Orchestrating Apps by Composing Angular Directives





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Published on Dec 21, 2015

Building large apps in Angular can be tricky. If we’re not careful, we can still build monolithic applications even with the wonderful magic of Angular. We still need the principles of modularity and separation of concerns. Learn how we can get behind the reusable component movement and compose directives to build applications. by Jeremy Fairbank

Jeremy Fairbank is a remote web developer in Tennessee. He works for Push Agency with an entirely distributed team that creates amazing designs and software. He has worked on the front end and back end extensively with Angular, Backbone, Marionette, and Ruby on Rails. He blogs at blog.jeremyfairbank.com and has been featured on JSWeekly a few times. Outside of developing, he enjoys being a husband and father as well as playing guitar.

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