Angular-Sprout: The scalable Angular seed App (Updated)

It's been a moon or three since I posted the original Angular sprout app. Over the years, I've deployed angular sprout in projects for HBO, Morgan Stanley, NASA(ish) and my little cousins cat blog. Along the way I've received mountains of wonderful feedback that I've synthesized into this update.

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Published on January 18, 2015 by James Wanga.

Angular JS / Augmented Reality Talk at the Philly ETE Conference

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Published on June 09, 2014 by James Wanga.

That time I built a plasma thruster

I've been working on a NASA proposal that hopes to change the game for nano-satellite propulsion. Along with a team of the smartest people I know. We built a working Vacuum Arc Thruster and a demonstration drone to show how one might fly to and map the surface of a near earth asteroid using ion engines and a plenoptic camera. We won at Maker Faire! Popular mechanics names placed us #1 in their list of the "7 builds we love". Exciting stuff!

http://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/design/g1298/7-builds-we-love-from-world-maker-faire-new-york-2013/?slide=1

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Published on September 30, 2013 by James Wanga.

AngularJS NYC Meetup - angular-sprout and chromeHAR

AngularJS NYC Meetup - angular-sprout and chromeHAR

I explain my opinionated re-think of the angular-seed skeleton for large applications

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Published on October 16, 2012 by James Wanga.

Angular-sprout: The scalable angular seed app

The angular-seed app is a wonderful way to hit the ground running with AngularJS. Unfortunately, it doesn’t scale particularly well and its sparse implementation leaves new devs with too many questions about building real world applications using the angular framework. angular-sprout has been created to address these issues.

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javascript, angular-sprout, angularjs, angular-seed, angular

Published on October 16, 2012 by James Wanga.

SEO and JavaScript with PhantomJS server-side rendering

A pair of colleagues and I (Adam Parrish and Charles Fulnecky), while working for a major media company, developed what we believe to be a novel approach to dealing with the problem of dynamic, client-side content being ignored by search engines. 

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javascript, html5, seo, phantomjs, nodejs

Published on September 30, 2012 by James Wanga.

AngularJS NYC Meetup - Directives and Server-side template rendering

AngularJS NYC Meetup - Directives and Server-side template rendering (2012-09-25)

Adam Parrish and I talk about rendering templates on the server side for SEO purposes with AngularJS using PhantomJS.

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Published on September 25, 2012 by James Wanga.