NgAddressBook

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ngAddressBook

https://github.com/jfmdev/ngAddressBook
An address book HTML5 app,

ngAddressBook is an address book HTML5 app, implemented with AngularJS, Bootstrap and PouchDB, and tested with QUnit and Selenium.

It was developed as a sample application for developers which want to learn how to:

   Develop single page applications with AngularJS
   Use Bootstrap for create user interfaces.
   Use PouchDB for client-side storage.
   Make unit tests with QUnit.
   Make unit tests with Selenium IDE.
  1. Features #

The application is very simple: it shows a list of contacts that can be updated, using a form, or downloaded as a CSV file.

When the application is opened, shows a list of all contacts; each contact as an "Edit" button which opens a form, in which the user can modify or delete the contact. Below the list of contacts, they are two buttons, one for add new contacts and another for export the current list as a CSV file.





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