AngularJS is becoming quite popular and a first choice for developing single page web apps.
In my previous article I discussed the benefits of using dependency injection to make code more testable and modular. In this article I'll focus on using promises within an AngularJS application. This article assume some prior knowledge of promises ( a good intro on promises and AngularJS' official documentation).Edit Remove Move
Learn how to use the bigger and better animation features in AngularJS 1.2Edit Remove Move
AngularJS Cheat Sheet from ProLoser. The official - unofficial AngularJS cheatsheet.Edit Remove Move
This is a post on CODETUNES, a blog by MONTERAIL, an offshore Ruby on Rails development agency.Edit Remove Move
This is a two parts post about how to make RESTful requests through an AngularJS web application. Index The index of this brief series of posts is quite simple. Backend setup was the first post in the series. It serves to introduce the RESTful web service to which the application, that I built, will send requests.Edit Remove Move
The first time I pulled up my text editor and starting working with Angular.js minifcation wasn't on my mind. Playing with Angular's cool features took precidence, and dependency injection was a very new concept to me.Edit Remove Move
Comprehensive video introductory workshop/tutorial on AngularJS including directives, binding, filters, ngRepeat, testing, isolate scopes and much much more.Edit Remove Move