- AngularJS is a powerful client side development technology that is best described as an open source framework, which targets the dynamic views in web applications to stay light and develop dynamic as well as highly scalable web applications.
Development of CRUD – create/read/update/delete for the client side application is a specialty of this framework.
- As there are numbers of advantages with AngularJS, but the listed ones are admired the most by frontend eCommerce development:
Declarative User Interface
Offer clear approach like WYSIWYG – what you see is what you get
As HTML is a declarative language and it is best used to have a declarative user interface.
- However, you can leverage the facility when you are going for AngularJS web mobile app development as it strings the application code together.
- And I think the above mentioned features are enough to make you understand that why you should opt for AngularJS developers for your next eCommerce web or mobile application development platform.
Know how AngularJS can enhance your user’s online shopping experience magically. AngularJS for ecommerce development is cakewalk.
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- Check out my presentation on building large apps with AngularJS
Whatever your experience with Angular and whatever size of project you’re working on, there will come a day when you encounter Angular in the wild being used on a large project.
- Now before you think it’s all fun and games, here are some points to consider as you embark on your journey building large apps with Angular:
When a framework embraces conventions, developers familiar with the framework can move from project to project with minimal “ramp up” time in order to become familiar with each project.
- The AngularJS documentation doesn’t help much with that, but many developers are becoming experienced with Angular and have shared the conventions that have helped them find success.
- You can’t commit to writing your large application with AngularJS without paying attention to the mailing list, the GitHub project, and the opinions of Angular’s core contributors.
- Large applications often have a lot of data to deal with, so designing a solid Model layer is essential to building and maintaining a stable Angular application.
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- Basically, what I want is to run the Angular app only when the url starts with .
- I want the angular app to run for the URLs , and so on, but not on .
- Anyway, in order to do this, I am doing the following with my code:
In the template base.html, I refer to my angular app obviously.
- For the angular routing, I have done the following:
So, ideally, what I thought was that going to would run the DashboardController from my angular app.
- As I said before, I want is to run the Angular app only when the url starts with .
In other words, lets say my website is example.com. I want the angular app to run for the URLs example.com/projectkeeper/dashboard/, example.com/projectkeeper/projects/ and so on, but not on example.com/about/.
- This beginner talk will provide you with a basic understanding of Angular templates, controllers, directives and factories.
- It will prepare you to get started with Angular and use it to build awesome interfaces connected to a RESTful API, such as the WordPress REST API.
AngularJS is a wonderful tool, extending the conventions of HTML5 that we all know and love, for building dynamic web applications. This beginner talk will provide you with a basic understanding of Angular templates, controllers, directives and factories. It will prepare you to get started with Angular and use it to build awesome interfaces connected…
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What I’d like to do is put Ctrl1 and Ctrl2 into separate files. I would then include both files in my index.html, but how should that be structured? I tried doing some thing like this and it throws an error in the web browser console saying it can’t find my controllers. Any hints?
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Here are some of the characteristics of AngularJS:
Data-binding is an automatic way of updating the view whenever the model changes, as well as updating the model whenever the view changes.
- It enhances HTML by attaching directives to our pages with new attributes or tags and expressions in order to define very powerful templates directly in our HTML.
- Facilitate building single page application (SPA)
- There are two types of angular script URLs we can point to, one for development and one for production:
For angular.min.js, we can use it like this:
The following code demonstrates the usage of the ng-directives:
AngularJS starts automatically when the web page has loaded:
We’ll get to the details in our subsequent tutorials.
AngularJS Tutorial: Introduction
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- Note: Among all the Angular 2 features, the availability of MVC pattern out-of-the-box is a significant advantage over React.
- Having really straightforward UI for your data, Angular allows you to get the end result with the more intuitive approach to the user interface that demands less code and seems to be more ‘obvious’.
- However, starting from the second version, Angular developers have fixed that issue transferring its rendering model to the server side.
- As you know, Angular creates a watcher for every binding in order to track all the changes in DOM.
- We had a little meeting related to React vs Angular question during which our front-end developers had an opportunity to discuss all the pros and cons of these technologies.
These frameworks take top places in our commercial projects. This month, we analyzed their performance and prepared a guideline for web developers in 2017 aimed to help in solving React vs Angular battle.
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