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Responsive Design Considerations

Another consideration when you are comparing traditional web frameworks to AngularJS is how well responsive design is accomplished. A strong responsive design looks good both on a desktop and on all mobile devices that use the software. While you can build responsive applications with traditional web frameworks, it’s not often done. Unfortunately, many web application developers often target desktops and maybe tablets and ignore the various smaller devices that use their websites.

Take, for example, the CSS3 code shown next. The code is taken from a server-side appli...

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What an absolute load of rubbish! It's possible to write bad CSS in AngularJS as well as with server-side MVC frameworks...