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What’s so special about Google’s AngularJS

Google’s Misko Hevery is the founding co-author of AngularJS, a popular JavaScript UI framework that has seen considerable growth lately. InfoWorld Editor at Large Paul Krill talked to Hevery about what makes AngularJS tick.

The origins of Angular

InfoWorld: What is so special about AngularJS? Why is there so much interest in it?

Hevery: There’s a lot of Web frameworks out there. What’s unique about Angular is a couple of things. First of all, we have dependency injection, which is very unique. Nobody else has that. But I think that the thing that really hits it home for people is that we have this idea of a directive. Rather than writing everything inside of JavaScript and then having a bunch of templates to generate the UI, you write a lot of it in HTML and HTML drives the assembly of the application. It’s kind of the reverse thing. It’s very unique. Nobody else has this particular approach.

InfoWorld: When did you first publish AngularJS?

Hevery: It started back, I think, in 2009. Back then it was just a thing that I started with a friend of mine. We wanted to see if we could make it easier for web designers—not necessarily web developers, but web designers—to sprinkle a little bit of extra HTML into their code so that they could turn a static form to something they could actually send in an email. The idea would be that you could, for example, have a mom-and-pop shop that sells pizza or something, maybe you could have a simple ordering system just by adding a bunch of these tags and they could send an email to the server.

Angular defined

InfoWorld: What does “Angular” mean? Where did you get the name Angular?

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