Thursday, January 7, 2016
AngularJS dependency injection for dummies
Specifying Dependency Injection (DI) when writing AngularJS code allows the programmer to make use of existing useful Angular libraries called Services such as Routes, http requests for APIs. Programmers can write custom Services and make use of them. This way they can keep the code DRY (do not repeat yourself) and/or make use of existing well tested libraries. For a technical, sophisticated, proper definition and usage please refer to AngularJS' documentation.
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