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AngularJS's $resource service allows you to create convenience methods for dealing with typical RESTful APIs. In this video, Brett will show you the basics of using $resource, as well as talking about some of the drawbacks with using this service for your data models. #pro  

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In D3 quantitative scales allow you do easily divide aspects of your chart evenly based on the dataset. In this lesson, Ben will continue to show you the variety of scaling options available in D3. #pro

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You can build single page applications with JQuery and/or AngularJS. In this lesson, John will look at some of the fundamental differences between the two approaches. #free

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$interval provides an excellent service for timed operations in your AngularJS apps. It has the advantage over setInterval in "normal" Javascript in that it is aware of Angular's view cycles, as well as being mockable for unit tests. Additionally, it returns a promise and provides a lot of flexibility.

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John Lindquist is a WebStorm wizard. In this lesson, he'll show you some of the tips & tricks he uses to squeeze maximum productivity out of his tool of choice.

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One of the beautiful things about dependency injection in your AngularJS apps is the ability to replace dependencies in your unit tests. In this lesson Trevor looks at how to configure Jasmine spies as injectable replacements for dependencies for testing.

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Protractor Page Objects are a recommended for testing your AngularJS applications. Page Objects abstract the interaction between the browser and your functional tests, resulting in much cleaner tests.

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Orchestrating the handling of multiple promises in AngularJS is simple if you take advantage of $q.all. Using $q.all will take your promises, wait until they have all resolved and return the result of all the promises as an ordered array. #free
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