Ajax with AngularJS and PHP
Published May 14, 2016
Ajax is a technology that enables us to update parts of a webpage, without the need to reload the page. Ajax improves the user experience because it reduces the time it takes to update the content of a page, and the webpage is updated without a blink, so overall the webpage behaves more like a native application. A major example for AJAX can be found in Google Maps where we navigate from one map to another without reloading the page.
In AngularJS, we use the $http service that makes working with AJAX very simple. In this tutorial, we are going to develop a phone book application that can store people's names and phone numbers. The application enables us to add, read and delete the records. The server side is written in PHP.
The source code for the tutorial can be downloaded from the link in the conclusion section.
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the code in action.