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AngularJs 2 Series: Binding The Host Element With @HostBinding

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The @HostBinding decorator can be used to bind a value to the attribute of the hosting element, in our case, the element hosting the highlight directive. Let’s look at the code that makes use of @HostBinding decorator. import { Directive, HostBinding } read more

This is the fourth post of “The Spotyngular Project” series of posts … related to the host element. There isn’t anything similar in AngularJS 1.x. We can emulate the entire behavior but not as simply as in AngularJS 2. With host we can attach … read more

This blog is a continuation of the Yammer RESTful API for dummies series. We are going to write a simple AngularJS … By setting that model object, AngularJS can bind it to the application page’s DOM, rendering it for the end user to see. read more

Welcome to the final article in a series on my experience developing with AngularJS … element.position().top >= 200) ? true : listHeight > barHeight; if (showMoreShouldBeVisible) { var messages = {}; // the variables below are defined in the host … read more

AngularJS came about to standardize web application structure and provide a future template for how client-side apps should be developed. AngularJS is being used by a host of applications … Angular is your choice! 2. AngularJS is equipped with a lot … read more

AngularJS (or simply Angular … starting with Visual Studio 2013 Update 2. You can also edit TypeScript in Visual Studio Code, WebStorm, Atom, Sublime Text, and Eclipse. When using an external JavaScript library, or new host API, you’ll need to use … read more

In part 2 of this tutorial … Next up, we will finish this tutorial series with my favorite section of the application, the overview page. The hgroup element will be used to display the sum of our expenses against our budget and will be color-coded … read more

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we start by crawling the first level of red (2,3), then when these … own code blocks where DIVs and other elements repeat, or, we can clearly see framework repeats such as KnockoutJS ‘data-bind=”foreach:’, and AngularJS ‘ng-repeat=..’. read more

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AngularJs 2 Series: Binding The Host Element With @HostBinding

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