Add interactivity to HTML with AngularJS

With the new emphasis on web technologies from companies such as Google and Facebook, and the maturing Node.js framework, web technologies have taken centre stage and are maturing rapidly. Web development is on the verge of a huge shift. When we build a web application today, we are forced to separate the structure from interactivity, and build the application in two stages.

AngularJS enables developers to combine these two equally important components, taking advantage of the fact that web browsers are becoming more intelligent and widely distributed, and we no longer need to be as sensitive to less advanced browsers. In this short introduction to AngularJS, I'll examine how the framework is altering the face of web development today.

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