Wednesday, June 26, 2013

AngularJS Basic

Now it's time to make the web page dynamic — with AngularJS. We'll also add a test that verifies the code for the controller we are going to add.
There are many ways to structure the code for an application. For Angular apps, we encourage the use of the Model-View-Controller (MVC) design pattern to decouple the code and to separate concerns. With that in mind, let's use a little Angular and JavaScript to add model, view, and controller components to our app.

// Comment
public class Testing {
public Testing() {
public void Method() {
/* Another Comment
on multiple lines */
int x = 9;