Use AngularJS to Power Your Web Applications Use AngularJS to Power Your Web Applications / tutorial / free

AngularJS, by Google, is a well-organized, well-tested, versatile, powerful and flexible JavaScript MVC framework for building rich client-side applications. You still may need to have a server-side backend, but the majority of the user-interactivity logic will be delegated to the client-side.
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This site features a ton of angular.js tutorials.

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