AngularJS Fun With Scopes This is the third in a series of posts detailing my experience learning AngularJS. This post and its accompanying example discusses the handling of scope. AngularJS scopes go hand and hand with the DOM (Document Object Model). DOM objects within a controller reference rely first on their controller counterparts for their property assignments. The example below includes three controllers: Limericks, Limerick1 and Limerick2. Front-end conference in Warsaw Payment and cancellation policies. Payment can be made via the online registration/payment form hosted Front-Trends website. Cancellations postmarked or received on or before March 14, 2014, are entitled to a full refund. Cancellations received after March 14, 2014 are non-refundable. Early Bird tickets are non-refundable.
How does React decide to re-render a component? React is known for it’s performance. Because it has a virtual DOM and only updates the real DOM when required it can be much faster than updating the DOM all the time, even to display the same information. However, React’s “smarts” only go so far (at the moment!), and it’s our job to know it’s expectations and limitations so we don’t accidentally hurt performance.
AngularJS SEO with Prerender.io AngularJS is an excellent framework for building websites and apps. Built in routing, data-binding and directives among other features enable AngularJS to completely handle the front-end of any type of application. The one pitfall to using AngularJS (for now) is Search Engine Optimization (SEO). In this tutorial, we will go over how to make your AngularJS website or application crawlable by Google. The Problem Communication Between Directives in AngularJS Warning: This article is long and thorough. If you’re in a hurry, you can skip straight to the final product here: Prerequisites to this article Before reading this, get to know these AngularJS terms.