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Creating my Project Euler Solution Website

I’ve recently started going through the Project Euler problems. It’s an awesome site that basically has a list of math problems that usually need computing power to solve. There are close to 500 problems on there right now, but my OCD means I gotta do them in order! I started working on them a bit and realized I was forgetting why I did things a certain way. Many of their problems can be brute forced, but also have elegant solutions available. I wanted to keep a record of what I was doing so I decided to make a page for it. I’m still working on the site, but it’s almost done. This post is actually not about Project Euler, but about what I learned making the site, especially when I moved from jQuery to AngularJS.
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