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Default “Thinking in AngularJS” if I have a jQuery background?

Suppose I'm familiar with developing client-side applications in jQuery, but now I'd like to start using AngularJS. Can you describe the paradigm shift that is necessary? Here are a few questions that might help you frame an answer:

How do I architect and design client-side web applications differently? What is the biggest difference?
What should I stop doing/using; What should I start doing/using instead?
Are there any server-side considerations/restrictions?

I'm not looking for a detailed comparison between jQuery and AngularJS





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