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Percy K.

Location:

New York, NY

Member since:

June 15, 2013

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

I'm designing a tourist information website that needs a lot of front-end dynamic user interaction to be use useful. Using jQuery just adds too much spagetti code that is too difficult for me to handle. It appears AngularJS might be able to do more for less code than is required by a jQuery like solution.

Are you a developer, manager, designer, or ?

An aspiring entrepreneurial developer.

What about AngularJS do you find most appealing?

Not having to trap my html coding in my CoffeeScript! I want to keep them separate. Being able to cleanly test my business logic without keeping a representation of my fluid html in my CoffeeScript code.

Introduction

I'm an aspiring Ruby-on-Rails (RoR) developer who hate JavaScript DOM programming. I want to create amazing front-ends for my backend RoR applications and find CoffeeScript and Twitter Bootstrap is not enough. jQuery is too DOM-ish for me.


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