Different approach than in #9, still to engage the conversation and as suggested friday, this angularjs based version starts as minimal and simple as possible. No bloat, but it works :)
Feel free to walk through the code and give any feedback.
Disclaimer: I didn't include the bootstrap stuff like in #9, but you get the picture.
Merge remote-tracking branch 'fqueze/login' into angular
basic angular app
(very) basic http error handling
I'm curious: what motivated you to choose Angular rather than Backbone for the minimalist version?
Investigation. I wanted to dirty my hands with other solutions I'm a bit less comfortable with, and offer alternatives to the team. I've also been pleased to discover that angular's docs are much better nowadays.
I (or someone else, of course) could eventually make a minimal backbone app as well for comparison, and a flight or ember one also if the team finds it useful.
I think these kinds of exercises are all but wastes of time for the project, as everybody can see actually bootstrapped code and comment the proposed implementation. I really wish the final choice will be a team's one :)
angular provides a jquery like node selector utility
reverted 12d69f3: angular's $ is not jquery
Merge remote-tracking branch 'upstream/master' into angular
Based on decision in today's meeting; we're going to start with Backbone. Closing this PR.