Angular 1.3 provides us with some improvements over an already very decent framework. At ngEurope, the sessions were fast and intensive, which was an interesting approach, but also didn’t allow for very many details. That being said, here are the points I noted. $compileProvider.debugInfoEnabled(false); This allows you to disable all the debugging info for the code you will deploy in production. Read more about it in the docs. $httpProvider.useApplyAsync(true) Normally, returning from an HTTP call will trigger Angular’s $apply function.

Team4Talent, the company I work for, was kind enough to allow me to go to ngEurope in Paris. ngEurope is Europe’s first Angular conference. In a few upcoming posts, I’ll share what I’ve learnt, along with some personal thoughts of mine. I’ll also (try to) answer some questions several people asked me. But if you can’t wait, the conclusion is that I love Angular and plan to use it. Where I work at the moment, we’ve decided HTML5 and javascript