Are you a back-end developer?
I have discussed with many developers that tend to be a sort of full stack developers and if you ask them about their position they reply that they are back-end developers. It seems that it exists an inexplicable reason of making the developers believe that back-end is 'harder' than the 'front-end' and of course the harder way, the better developer. (I am not fond of this idea).
Do what ever you want but be GOOD at it!
The wrong way
I found it interesting to start writing this article by explaining the wrong way of designing an angular application.
The so common way to design an application is to group your modules (controllers, routes, services, factories, directives etc). The controllers to be in a controllers.js file, the services to be in a services.js file and so on. None can say that this is a bad design, but you will notice in the near future that this is not a so maintainable design because it's hard to find and amend a route that is inside the routes.js file and this file has more than 100 routes.
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