AngularJS by Google

AngularJS-Shield-largeI saw a fellow developer make a post on this moments ago and felt like it had to be shared with the developer & tech communities that read or look at my blog.

From my very quick peek t the technology, AngularJS represents a better way to enhance your dynamic behaviour and data binding properties as compared to the processes that we use to achieve this today. Have a look at the video below, just to whet your appetite.

Igor Minar – Software Engineer at Google says

AngularJS lets you write web applications as if you had a smarter browser.  It lets you extend HTML’s syntax to express your application’s components clearly and succinctly and lets use standard HTML as your template language.  And it automatically synchronizes data from your UI (view) with your JavaScript objects (model) through 2-way data binding.


This and other videos can be found on the official AngularJS website here:


Happy Hacking

— Cheers

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2 comments on “AngularJS by Google
    • It does look good doesn’t it? I like the idea of easily being able to bind my data to elements of the UI. Seems more and more like aspects / elements of desktop software development are finding their way to the web. You do realize that this pretty much moves a whole bunch of the application execution over to the client side, you just head back to the server when you need to get or post data to the backend. Other than that, it *seems* like you application can live quite comfortably in the user’s browser.

      Need to actually build something on it and get my hands dirty.

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