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I don't always use AngularJS, but when I do, I use the STABLE version of AngularJS Batarang.

For real though, the initial version seemed to have broken back around December, and has remained broken since. I just stumbled upon this version this morning, and it works! Highly recommend. :)
Extends the Developer Tools, adding tools for debugging and profiling AngularJS applications.
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I could not sit through this entire presentation. I respectfully disagree. Lo-fi wireframes and Hi-fi mockups certainly have their place in application development. Sure it can help speed up the cycle by bypassing the majority of UX & UI by simply doing markup, and applying styling to it, but most of these apps will likely look as bad as the one demonstrated in this presentation. I think he's painting with broad strokes by saying you could substitute one for the other in application development. Some- though I'd venture to say most- creatives don't code HTML/CSS- at least not proficiently- and most developers are inept at doing UX & UI. You may be able to get away with it for some teams and projects, but I think it's disingenuous to say it's a one-size fits all solution. I'd argue that if you plan your sprints out wisely, you'll find that creatives can work on future UI stories, while developers work on other functional stories... they need not be done in parallel.

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I may have missed the context completely having not been there, but what is with opening monologue? Did the politically correct police swing by and invade EmberConf 2014? The irony is that their entire spiel makes me feel uncomfortable and is wicked insulting that they're treating their paying attendees like 3rd graders. Stick to Ember, guys. 

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I've probably watched this a dozen times in the past 12 hours, and I cannot stop laughing. Why does this not have more views? This is hysterical. 

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Is it possible for a components property to accept a view helper as the value?

{{financial-information amount="formatCurrency|myMoney"}}

Where "formatCurrency" would be the helper to format "myMoney"? Any help is much appreciated. :)
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Sorry, I was mistaken, it's not possible right now. (check the inspector at the JSBin, it's not quite what you expect)

Good news it'll be available after HTMLBars lands, which shouldn't be too far away!
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thats so sad by the way im a kid

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Great talk... and everyone's right, you are a great presenter! My favorite as a matter of fact. :)

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I was there for this show! :) Poor guy was sick with the flu and still performed.

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plus Im sweetpea816 on aj.

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hey can u trade me ur blue bow? IM on my dads computer... :)

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It is incredible that he was able to cram that into 20 mins. It's nice to hear someone advocating RequireJS in tandem with AngularJS. Great job, Thomas! :)

I find the bit about head.js (near the end) particularly interesting. At first I gasped and thought, "Oh no, what is he doing?!", but now I see that you're loading those lib dependencies, and it allows you to display the loader for your app. Pretty smart. 
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