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AngularJS

Once I started integrating with .NET solutions, calling data from and creating pages around backend processes, it became necessary to find a more efficient way of stitching it all together. My code had become riddled with too many if/else statements, heavy with show/hide checks, and was making way too many Ajax calls. I wasn't happy with it; the speed of my sites was greatly reduced, and the complexity of the code became unmanageable. I didn't last long like this thanks to AngularJS. I took to it straight away and started creating my own services and directives to tuck all my code away into its own neat little compartment, ready to be used in my views.

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