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AngularJS lacks namespace support but we've found a workaround. When declaring a controller for example we use the Inline Array Annotation.

In the strings we can use dots to mimick a namespace. In the variables we can just use the last part. So the string is the full name space that we use as the variable name.

        controller('GO.Modules.Messages.Controller.Messages', ['$scope', 'GO.Modules.Messages.Model.Account', function($scope, Account) {