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(Ben Nadel) If you're coming from a jQuery background, you're probably used to calling .abort() on the AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) response object (jqXHR). In AngularJS, things are a little bit more complicated. AngularJS don't expose the .abort() method; but, it does provide a way to abort an active AJAX request. It lets you define a promise object that will abort the underlying request if and when the promise value is resolved.

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