Angular continues to take the market on a wild ride. Google wrote Angular to have no external dependencies, and in fact many developers use it with HTML alone. But you're a Microsoft developer and you know ASP.NET MVC is the best delivery platform for HTML out there. So why not make it an equally awesome delivery platform for Angular-based apps as well? When using ASP.NET MVC, you need to know how to set Angular up with regards to modules, controllers, and services. And the truth is that not the entire site needs to be one giant Single-Page-Application. You'll learn how to design an ASP.NET MVC site so it includes pockets of SPA that use Angular, taking advantage of binding, routing, and even back-button support–all while remaining on the client.
- The basics of Angular
- About setting up an MVC app with Angular
- How to get the two technologies to play nice