Few days ago I had a short discussion about an idea for a webapp (publicly available, commercial, you know - all the usual stuff). As I am doing a lot of stuff in web nowadays & I've made few SPAs with different libs recently, I was asked:
"Which SPA library / framework would you use today?"
My interlocutor was utterly surprised with my answer:
The waiting is over, it's already here. Maybe it doesn't resolve all the concerns (yes, concerns, I wouldn't even call them issues), but 1.3 is a major update that was supposed to prove that Angular.js is evolving & community's voice is being taken under consideration.
If you want full list of changes, you have to check here. Below you can
WebStorm 8.0 (http://www.jetbrains.com/webstorm/) is already here - it was officially released on 26.03.2014. The latest version of the best IDE for web devs brings some neat improvements. I'm still learning these, but to be frank - I already love most of the things I've found so far :)
First things first:
The feature I was especially waiting for
Why do we do SPAs (Single Page Applications)? For glory, gold and girls! Yea, sure, in the end it’s all of those things, BUT what are the low level, basic, crude and atomic reasons? There are few:
- because we don’t like to mix server tech with client-side tech
- because we want to truly separate presentation from business logic
- because we