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DailyJS: AngularJS Roundup: ngDialog.js, ocLazyLoad, angular ...

DailyJS: AngularJS Roundup: ngDialog.js, ocLazyLoad, angular ... | AngularJS | Scoop.it
People keep sending me AngularJS scripts to write about, so I've collected a few together to start a probably infrequent AngularJS Roundup. This week we've got three scripts to talk about, and the first is ngDialog.js.
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The CARB stack: Coffee + Angular + Rails + Bower

AngularJS is a great way to build modern web apps and this affects Rails programmers. The combination of both is an excellent choice: Build your single-page app in Angular and let it communicate via JSON with your Rails-API backend (btw, this is exactly what we did forpalava). However, you might ask yourself, what the best way to combine Angular and Rails is. Should you use the JavaScript tools world (grunt, yoeman, etc.) or should you prefer the Ruby tools (thor, sprockets)?

Of course, this decision depends on you and your background. For me, the answer is clear: I want to stay in Ruby land. I am familiar with it and it works very well. Why should I throw the tools away for the same functionality, just because they are built in JavaScript? Don’t get me wrong, you should try out yoeman for a new angular project, it is fantastic. But nevertheless.. I like the Ruby stack. The CARB stack.


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