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Angular and Polymer Data Binding, Together!

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Angular and Polymer, sitting in a DOM tree,B-i-n-d-i-n-g.First comes components,Then comes elements,Then comes the interop with the node dot bind.
Angular, a super heroic MVC framework, and Polymer, polyfills and enhancements for custom elements built on top of Web Components, can live harmoniously in the same app. This post shows you how to connect Angular-controlled components to Polymer-controlled elements via data binding. And we do it all in Dart.

Angular and Polymer
I get asked "Should I use Angular or Polymer?" a lot. My answer is, "Yes". That is, both libraries have distinct strengths, and you can use both in the same app.

Polymer excels at creating encapsulated custom elements. You can use those custom elements in any web app or web page, regardless if that app is built with Angular, Ember, etc. Angular excels at application engineering, with dependency injection, end-to-end testability, routing, and services.




Here are some features that Angular offers:
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