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Data and state are the foundation of your application. These two items should be absolutely respected. As you work through the AngularJS documentation, these two items are generally stored on the controllers. This works OK, but as your app grows beyond the “todo list” it quickly breaks down. Controllers need shared state, data needs to be contained, and it needs to be done in a consistent manner that is easy to comprehend.

Posted by mswatcher  |   Submitted: Apr 26 2013 / 05:13

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