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angular-state-loader

  • Add and dependencies to your html:

    Add Angular module as dependency to your app:

    To use the default Loader Template, you need Material Icons which can be included via the google CDN:

    If you do not want to use material icons, always use a custom template like explained below.

  • ###Custom Loader at runtime If you want to have a custom loader (or do not want to use material-icons), just make sure your -tag is not empty:

    ###Change default template If you want to change the default template for all loaders, you can use the stateLoaderProvider in your config.

  • You can either configure a template url with setTemplateUrl:

    ###delay By default, the loader will show up after 100ms of loading time and will stay until all of the state’s promises are resolved.

  • This delay can be changed with the property (in ms):

    The above loader will show up if resolving the state’s promises is taking longer than 10 seconds.

  • At last, here is a full example of how it can be used fully customized:

    The above loader will only show if transitioning from state “bakery” to state “bakery.muffins” after 500ms loading time, showing a custom message.

Loading Spinner for UI Router (AngularJS) that is shown while loading a states resolves. Can be restricted to specific state transitions. Including the optional parameters force-show and delay + the possibility to show a custom loader.
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  • Add and dependencies to your html:

    Add Angular module as dependency to your app:

    To use the default Loader Template, you need Material Icons which can be included via the google CDN:

    If you do not want to use material icons, always use a custom template like explained below.

  • ###Custom Loader at runtime If you want to have a custom loader (or do not want to use material-icons), just make sure your -tag is not empty:

    ###Change default template If you want to change the default template for all loaders, you can use the stateLoaderProvider in your config.

  • You can either configure a template url with setTemplateUrl:

    ###delay By default, the loader will show up after 100ms of loading time and will stay until all of the state’s promises are resolved.

  • This delay can be changed with the property (in ms):

    The above loader will show up if resolving the state’s promises is taking longer than 10 seconds.

  • At last, here is a full example of how it can be used fully customized:

    The above loader will only show if transitioning from state “bakery” to state “bakery.muffins” after 500ms loading time, showing a custom message.

angular-state-loader – Loading Spinner for UI Router (AngularJS) that is shown while loading a state’s promises resolve. Can be restricted to specific state transitions. Including the optional parameters force-show and delay + the possibility to show a custom loader.
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angular-state-loader

  • Add and dependencies to your html:

    Add Angular module as dependency to your app:

    To use the default Loader Template, you need Material Icons which can be included via the google CDN:

    If you do not want to use material icons, always use a custom template like explained below.

  • If you want to have a custom loader (or do not want to use material-icons), just make sure your -tag is not empty:

    If you want to change the default template for all loaders, you can use the stateLoaderProvider in your config.

  • You can either configure a template url with setTemplateUrl:

    By default, the loader will show up after 100ms of loading time and will stay until all of the state’s promises are resolved.

  • This delay can be changed with the property (in ms):

    The above loader will show up if resolving the state’s promises is taking longer than 10 seconds.

  • At last, here is a full example of how it can be used fully customized:

    The above loader will only show if transitioning from state “bakery” to state “bakery.muffins” after 500ms loading time, showing a custom message.

Loading Spinner for UI Router (AngularJS) that is shown while loading a states resolves. Can be restricted to specific state transitions. Including the optional parameters force-show and delay + the possibility to show a custom loader.
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  • After selecting a Ticker should send that ticker object into the Tags state.
  • Which would then init the Tags state, and code will check which ticker had been selected/passed in and then show the appropriate tags list.
  • Selecting a ticker does not update the Tags state nor do anything.
  • Note in screenshot below, no component or state logs after clicking a Ticker button:

After Login selecting a Ticker should send that ticker object into the Tags state. Which would then init the Tags state, and code will check which ticker had been selected/passed in and then show the appropriate tags list.
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It seems to me that what you say about Meteor misses the important fact that it’s a full-stack…

  • So Meteor isn’t a front-end framework like all the others you mentioned here.
  • And maybe this will make you want to try it again and understand what it can do for you.Anyway, I wouldn’t have put Meteor in this article in the first place, you know, comparing oranges and apples.

It seems to me that what you say about Meteor misses the important fact that it’s a full-stack framework, contrary to all the other tools you mention in your article. This feels like comparing…
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5 Features To Watch Out For in Angular v4

“5 Features To Watch Out For in #Angular v4” by @scotch_io #javascript #AngularJS

  • They include but not all:

    Angular v4 is in RC; this means you can start using it in your project hoping that no breaking changes will be released at final.

  • With Angular v4 (RC), you can use the syntax to handle such case:

    Let’s have a look at a possibly realistic example:

    We are simulating an HTTP async request with Observable that returns a user payload if successful.

  • Now, TypeScript allows you to explicitly say a variable can have any of those types:

    The above example simple says:

    This feature is now compliant in Angular (v4), so you could do stuff like this:

    Server-side rendering is the act of spitting the same HTML content in virtual DOM to the server so that they are rendered appropriately by the browser on request.

  • The project was maintained entirely outside Angular, but from Angular v4 forward, Universal will become a core Angular module.
  • Angular v4 ships flattened versions of modules in the ECMAScript Module format.

By now, most probably, we have come in peace with the fact that Angular will be rolling out features using semantic versioning. This means…
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