Angular Takes the Sting out of Writing Components

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It’s astonishing how simple writing web components is with Angular. In a way, this shouldn’t be a surprise: components are the building blocks of every Angular application. However, last week we wrote a component I already knew to be difficult to implement in merely an hour or two. That was really a surprise. Our choice […]

AngularBeans: A Fresh New Take on AngularJS and JavaEE

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I’m proud to have convinced Bessem Hmidi to present his AngularBeans framework at BeyondJava.net. AngularBeans is a fresh, new approach integrating AngularJS with a JavaEE backend and has stirred some attraction in the JavaEE world recently. Bessem works at “Business & Decision” as a Technical Architect. He is also founder and leader of the “Esprit […]

Model-View-Whatever

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These days it’s kind of official: AngularJS implements the Model-View-Whatever paradigm. That’s a nice solution to a series of fruitless discussions about whether AngularJS implements MVVM, MVC or something else. However, one of these days I stumbled upon a couple of slides claiming AngularJS implements the MVC pattern during my research for another article. I […]