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Web apps with no back end code: the Jekyll-Angular-Firebase (JAF) stack (maxhorstmann.net)
5 points by Max_Horstmann on Sept 10, 2014 | hide | past | web | favorite | 2 comments

I'm still not sure why you bothered incorporating Jekyll at all. What is it doing that you couldn't do with Angular?

Avoid duplication across multiple pages, e.g. top navigation, footer etc. Note how "Notes" and "People" are separate pages. Angular is sufficient for single-page apps, so if you want to put all your logic on a single page you won't need Jekyll.

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