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Learn how to use AngularJS Controllers effectively • /r/angularjs

  • Learn how to use AngularJS Controllers effectively ( jsconfig.com )
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  • The only reason why I have a problem with this is that when trying to get a group of people to learn efficient patterns that allow for easy transition into Angular 2, these kind of articles are cited.
  • Some would say it’s more efficient to attach everything to the controller itself and use the controllerAs syntax (like components).
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