4 Keys to a Clean Angular Implementation

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 06 Oct 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Can there by true separation of concerns with MVC? Not entirely, especially with Angular's templates allow you to so much flexibility, but there is a great deal to be gained from following guidelines to ensure that all business logic is performed in the code-behind as directed by the controller or its delegate and that all operations on the model are done in the controller: Michael Sorens explains the four essential guidelines for an easily-maintained system…The post 4 Keys to a Clean Angular...

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