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Niru M.

Location:

Stanford, CA

Member since:

July 25, 2013

Are you currently using AngularJS on a project? If so, can you tell us about it.

I'm working on building a tool for scientists to manage, organize, and search the scientific literature.

Are you a developer, manager, designer, or ?

I'm currently a graduate student in computational neuroscience at Stanford. I consider myself an amateur web developer, I've done both front-end design and some JS development in the past.

What about AngularJS do you find most appealing?

Of all of the javascript frameworks that have been popping up lately, AngularJS seems to have the most vocal/enthusiastic supporters and the ability to build custom directives is very nice. After playing with Ember, Meteor, and Angular, I finally settled on using Angular (with a Firebase backend!) for this project.

Introduction

Graduate student / science enthusiast


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