Angular Seed +

Starting out with angularjs, I had no clue what to do. I tried the tutorial on the official site, that got me far enough to say, “wow, ajax type request are easy, and putting things on the DOM is so simple” but the other half was “wow, one big messy file. I don’t like this.”

I started searching around. I found the angular-seed and angular-boilerplate and … so on, but the seed was almost the same issue, a few big files.

Then I found a post that talked about seed and boilerplate and he mentions an in between and it was beautiful. I quoted below. Within minutes I had figured out how to use it by basically just copying the seed project and breaking it out to his structure. I’ve within 2 months have created 4 fully angular projects with me being the only developer doing both front and backend. It has changed my (work) life.

Blog: I’ve been doing it wrong

You can make it more usable by using sub-directories for controllers, and so on:

controllers/
    LoginController.js
    RegistrationController.js
    AccountListController.js
    SearchResultsController.js
    directives.js
    filters.js
services/
    CartService.js
    UserService.js
    AccountService.js

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