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Learn Angular by Building a Gmail Clone

Learn Angular by Building a Gmail Clone
AngularJS Tutorial Build a Gmail Clone Introduction Build a simple email application and learn core AngularJS concepts. By the end of this tutorial you'll be able to see (fake) emails, search by subject line, and read / delete emails. Prerequisites: Understand how to build a basic Javascript application with jQuery Know how to launch a basic HTTP server (e.g. python -m SimpleHTTPServer Be able to clone a GitHub repo Topics covered: Single page applications (SPA) Client-side MVC patterns Two way data-binding Routing with templates AngularJS building blocks: Directives, Factories, & Controllers You'll notice that there are code checks included throughout this guide. Note: This guide is open to the public. Ready? Get notified when new guides are released Client side MVC Let's start with a concept that's core to Angular: client-side MVC MVC stands for Model, View, Controller. Model: That's the data; the business information of the application. Getting Started with AngularJS Setting up our app <! $http

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