Routing and State (The AngularJS Discussions)

Posted by: peterkellner.net, on 26 Mar 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Im a big fan of the Adventures in Angular podcasts.  At a recent podcast that happened at ng-conf in Salt Lake City, there was a lively discussion around the topic of routing and URLs.  Specifically, one side of the discussion was that a URL defines a state of an application.  The other side said that [...]

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