Recently I used the inlineEdit plugin with a project that uses AngularJS. As the inlineEdit plugin only handles switching between non-editable and editable views and exposes the save/cancel actions it was pretty easy to integrate. What I ended up doing was wrap the inlineEdit plugin with a Directive that implements the ngModelController API.
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