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AngularJS Vs JQuery


AngularJS is a product by Google and is an open source MVC-based framework. It is considered as one of the best next generation framework. AngularJS is a tool for building highly rich client-side web applications.

Angular, for short, is a great tool because it was built under the model of what HTML would have been had it been designed for building web apps. That is to say it is very easy to understand because it utilizes HTML as you already know it.

As a framework, it requires us to follow a structured approach and some rules. It’s more than a JavaScript library as it is build around a framework.

In comparison of features jQuery Vs AngularJS, AngularJS simply offers more features:

Mac OS X - Schedule cron jobs with crontab from Terminal

Running scripts on my Macbook Air was a challenge for me . I did some research and found that if you are on a Mac (or Linux), you can use crontab , which is a scheduling tool that will run jobs (scripts) at regular intervals.


Cronjob to crontab can be edited by editing the job list.We can specify the cronjob in the following format (first line):

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