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The 3 Best Resources and Tutorials to Learn AngularJS DebugMe Blog AngularJS is a great JavaScript framework which is still widely used to easily create all sorts of web applications. You are also able to build detailed and complex client-side apps with it too. Or as they are saying it about themselves “AngularJS is what HTML would have been, had it been designed for building web-apps.” From this short top list of three items you’ll get the big picture about Angular and will be able to start your journey of mastering the framework. It’s worth to learn it, even with Angular2.

Instrumenting Angular with Zone – Wintellect DevCenter In my last post I described an open source tool from the Angular team called Zone that allows you to execute a JavaScript workflow within an execution context. I demonstrated how to instrument a sequence of asynchronous events using Zone. This is a short post to follow-up and illustrate how to do the same thing in Angular. The first step, of course, is to Angular-ize the HTML. This is simple enough. Quickstart: Angular2 with TypeScript and Gulp Angular2 is around the corner. The new version of the framework is much simpler to learn thanks to easier and more concise concepts like component-based architecture, new dependency injection or built-in modularity. In this step-by-step tutorial you will learn how how to get started with Angular2 with TypeScript and Gulp. Source code available on Github. Introduction

Read Practical AngularJS Introduction This book contains the AngularJS related blog posts posted on Dinis Cruz’ blog at This is the first draft release of this book, so please send your sugesttions, criticisms, ideas or comments to Notes about current structure Angular 2 - Typescript code coverage with Istanbul - One of the important things when you switch to a new framework, like Angular 2, is testing. And one of the important things in testing is code coverage.TL;DR;Here is the sample project as download. Today i would like to show you, how to implement code coverage with Typescript and Angular 2.

Read Recipes with Angular.js {{frontmatter}} # Preface Introduction Angular.js is an open-source Javascript MVC (Model-View-Controller) framework developed by Google. Creating Specialized HTTP Clients In Angular 2 Beta 8 When I first started digging into Angular 2's Http client, I felt that a lot of the great Angular 1.x features were sorely missing. Features like automatic JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) parsing, request / response interceptors, and XSRF (Cross-Site Request Forgery) protection, to name a few. In a recent GitHub issue, Jeff Cross talks about why the Angular team kept the Http client so generic. And, at first, I completed disagreed with the mindset. Scrollspy, animated scrollTo and scroll events for angular.js Angular is only dependency (no jQuery). 8K minified or 2K gzipped. Example Check out the live demo or the source code. Install With bower: $ bower install angular-scroll

The reason Angular JS will fail I agree with the premise but disagree with the argument. > Which brings me to the pattern of ever failing technologies. Remember Moo Tools? Prototype? ... Prototype and moo tools tried to be innovative, but they just made things harder. Test a modal dialog in AngularJS with Mocha, Chai, Sinon and BardJS I’m creating this post because I feel there’s not much information about this subject online, so if anyone besides me can use this, I can feel satisfied. I’ll show how to test a bootstrap modal dialog box, using the resources provided by hottowel yeoman generator. In the first place we need a way to create the modal, I choose a service in app/common/bootstrap path, according to bootstrap.dialog, however I did a little bit change, I replaced the ModalInstance variable as a function and use it as a controller in order to maintain consistency in all the application, like this. Now, we need to spy on the open modal method like this: sinon.spy($uibModal, 'open'); Then, wee need to stub the modal dialog, because we don’t need to test the internals of this, we need to test the implementation we have in our application:

AngularJS 2.0 Today, after eight months of work, over two thousand commits, nineteen beta and six release candidates, we finally released AngularJS 1.3.0 superluminal-nudge! This release includes many notable new features: One-time bindings – by prefixing an expression with "::", it will only be interpolated once, and then no longer watched.ngAria – a new module that helps make custom components in Angular more accessible by defaultngMessages – a new directive that simplifies writting and coordinating feedback for on form validityngModelOptions – a directive that makes it easy to customize the behavior of bound models. For instance: debouncing, getter-setter-style models, update-on-blur, and more.Strict DI – an option for finding places in your application that will not minify due to use of short-hand DI syntax Included in this release are over four hundred bug fixes, and nearly one thousand documentation improvements. You can read the exhaustive list of changes in our changelog on GitHub.

Angular 2 Tutorial for Beginners: Learn Angular 2 from Scratch Want to learn Angular 2 from scratch in a fun, step-by-step and pragmatic way? Watch this tutorial and you'll start coding in just a few minutes. Learn Angular JS for Beginners - Lite☞ We’ll help you understand the basics of AngularJS thoroughly with a practical “how-to” approach to working with data. Angular Is Slow There was a recent post comparing AngularJS to EmberJS and one of the take aways was that AngularJS is fundamentally slower. I’d like to address that. This has nothing to do with AngularJS vs EmberJS as I think that is a boring discussion and I know nothing about EmberJS. Models in AngularJS One of the great selling points of AngularJS is that the model is just a plain javascript object. In EmberJS you inherit from a common model base class.

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