November 5, 2013 – 6:27 pm
One of the big pain points in web application development used to be quickly prototyping site layouts. Now we have things like Bootstrap and other CSS frameworks, which give you a quick grid and a bunch of other reusable components.
But that does not solve the whole issue: In today’s web applications, standard page load style actions just don’t cut it anymore. You need to have all kinds of UI features, from tooltips to dynamic form validations and who knows what else.
Here’s how: With AngularJS. Not only is it great for building dynamic UIs, it’s actually amazingly fast for prototyping as well!
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