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Building Front-End Web Apps with AngularJS and Parse.com

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Building Front-End Web Apps with AngularJS and Parse.com
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Publisher: codeproject.com
Number of pages: 183

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This tutorial book shows how to build JavaScript front-end web applications with AngularJS and the cloud storage service Parse.com. By learning from the examples provided in the book, you can quickly improve your understanding of basic concepts and techniques, and by downloading the complete code of these example apps and using it as a starting point for your own projects, you learn best practices and experience the joy of building something that really works.

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