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Serializing and Deserializing Data Models in AngularJS

Serializing and Deserializing Data Models in AngularJS

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It is important to have consistent data for your application to use. To achieve this, our modeling library will need to have the ability to serialize and deserialize data received into a format it understands, plain old JavaScript objects. This lesson is part of a series on [building a robust modeling layer in your AngularJS applications](https://egghead.io/series/angularjs-data-modeling).
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It is important to have consistent data for your application to use. To achieve this, our modeling library will need to have the ability to serialize and deserialize data received into a format it understands, plain old JavaScript objects.

This lesson is part of a series on building a robust modeling layer in your AngularJS applications.

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Marc Ayala

Hi Brett,

First, thanks for this extremely useful series.

Can we download the code for this lesson? I cannot find it anywhere.

Thanks,
Marc

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Geoffrey

Hey is this code anywher not seeing it?

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Kenneth

Can someone please post the code to these lessons ?
Is there some kind of paranoia going on here ?
I see requests for code everywhere but no response.
Its really bothersome. Please advise.

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Kenneth

Brett can you ask someone to post code PLEASE

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Hrayr

You can find the code he's working with here:
https://github.com/FacultyCreative/ngActiveResource

He mentions it in the very beginning (second video I think).

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HEY, QUICK QUESTION!
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Why are we asking?