For the last few years AngularJS has been gaining popularity in front end frameworks. Its MVC architecture makes it easier to maintain the code for large applications. Some of its features such as two-way data binding, web services, and built in web components make it to stand-out among all other frameworks. Being a front end developer, initially I found it a bit challenging to use Angular JS by with just basic knowledge of MVC
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When developing a website, there’s a tendency to put in all our efforts in to adding features. We get preoccupied with this and keep best practices aside putting off reviewing and organizing the code for later. This is often a mistake that costs us.