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Angular Modules

Module serves as a container of different parts of your app such as controllers, services, filters, directives, etc.

Modules can be referenced by other modules through Angular's dependency injection mechanism.

Creating a module:

 .module('app', []);

Array [] passed in above example is the list of modules app depends on, if there are no dependencies then we pass Empty Array i.e. [].
Injecting a module as a dependency of another module:

angular.module('app', [

Referencing a module:



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