By choice or otherwise, you may someday find yourself a slave to a strict linter. This can lead to headaches with AngularJS applications in particular because they tend to have many chained calls and functions with many arguments. While there are other guides on structuring AngularJS applications that address things like directory structure, I thought the web was lacking a guide on satisfying strict whitespace linters in AngularJS apps.
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