My Portfolio written with AngularJS

I’ve been working with Backbone.JS for the past two years as front-end JavaScript framework for desktop and mobile web apps. I wanted to try a more structured framework. While I read a lot about Web components, that are for me the future of web programming, I had issues using them in a very simple use case. The Polymer project (based on them) looks interesting, but is still in very early stage. That is how I selected the AngularJS framework.

portfolio made with AngularJS

A refactoring of my simple portfolio at was a perfect candidate as a simple project to learn this framework. You can check the code on github.

I started with Angular’s great getting started tutorial and was then able to start working using the official Documentation and the rest of the interweb.

The app is very simple :

What is interesting is that I didn’t needed to code any data-binding or manual refresh, Angular is handling this for me since everything is properly wired. For example: clicking on  the sort radio-button changes the ‘sort’ variable that are linked to the works filters.

Read and fork the portfolio code on github.