John Papa - 10 AngularJS Patterns - Code on the Beach 2014

Learn from John Papa's talk "10 AngularJS Patterns" from Code on the Beach 2014 at One Ocean Resort & Spa, Atlantic Beach, Florida. Sunday, August 10, 2014. www.codeonthebeach.com Abstract: "Once you get beyond the AngularJS basics there are many decisions to be made on how to build robust and maintainable apps. Come learn how to build AngularJS apps that manage multiple screens, structure your application code, maintain clean code with popular patterns, implement CRUD, perform robust HTML validation, use local storage, pass unit tests, and use a automated build tasks. This session explores solutions to several of the common challenges that AngularJS developers face while building business applications."

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