JSON, Angular JS and MarkLogic
For years MarkLogic was known as an XML repository — so its not surprising that folks don’t think of the Enterprise NoSQL database as natively handling JSON. But handle JSON it does — and very well.
The team has been using Angular for a couple months and so far, thumbs up. “Right off the top of my head I can tell you it’s easier to build reusable components and easier to write unit tests,” he said. He did admit that some find Angular has a bit of a learning curve — as it does have a structure to it. “But that doesn’t take very long to do and it is really powerful,” he added.
Btw, the app that he is building to test his toolset is a decision-support system for sales engineers to choose and find the most relevant sales demos. The source code for that effort is listed on GitHub.