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Rich-clients are back. But the new rich-client is the browser. No more plug-ins or ActiveX objects in sight. Instead you’ll find new, more powerful JavaScript libraries enabling you to more easily build large-scale applications directly in the browser. You’ll still need to be able to work with the disconnected nature of websites, but you no longer need to worry about a page-based model.

One of these libraries is AngularJS from Google. In this article, I hope to get you started by showing you how it works and hopefully why you should be using it.


Via Jan Hesse