Orchestrating Apps by Composing Angular Directives





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Published on Dec 4, 2015

Jeremy Fairbank

Building large apps in Angular can be tricky. If we’re not careful, we can still begin to build monolithic applications even with the wonderful magic of Angular. Therefore, we still need to apply the concepts of modularity and separation of concerns. Thankfully, we have directives to assist us.

We will investigate the power there really is behind the reusable component movement. We will briefly review directives and how to make them, but our main focus will be on engineering our directives to be reusable components that we can compose together to build modular applications. We will discover the power behind isolate scopes, events, and callbacks to help us decouple the pieces of an application.

We will find how easy it is to refactor our application by only touching a small portion of the codebase.


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