I have seen people talking about using a back-end language (like asp.net, php) with AngularJS. But, they are just making HTTP request from NodeJs to the other backend language by creating an API. AngularJS or NodeJs is already a back-end language itself I don't see myself developing 2 back-end web applications just to use AngularJS.
The thing is just I want to use ng-if, ng-for... like in view we use v-if, v-for... and omit the Angularjs routing and other NodeJs stuff. So that, when I run the project I don't need to run NodeJs or Angular-cli. I mean just using the AngularJS template.
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