|The Weekly Top 10: AngularJS Web Development Resources|
|Written by Ian Elliot|
|Thursday, 07 July 2016|
We know the world's going mobile. As a result, mobile app development is growing exponentially in demand. However, there are hundreds of platforms to choose from, and mobile development for a number of different platforms is pricey. Luckily, there is a solution which allows you to develop for multiple mobile platforms with one codebase. In this post we will use the Cordova open-source engine to build an iOS specific app. Because PhoneGap uses more or less the same engine, we will use the two terms interchangeably.
createdineden.com - Mobile Web-driven Apps with AngularJS - An Overview
Mobile development is converging. Websites are beginning to feel like applications in their own right, with hardware powered graphics, smooth interfaces, and multiple versions for multiple devices. That begs the question, can web technologies power a full blown app?
angular-tips.com - Why Does Angular.js Rock?
What things you should consider when planning to self-publish a tech book? How to validate is there enough interest for the topic? Very inspiring discussion with Tero Parviainen author of Build Your Own AngularJS. Brief introduction to Tero: Tero Parviainen is an independent software developer who has been active in Angular and Clojure communities. He has written two books (Build Your Own AngularJS and Real-time Web Application Development using Vert.x 2.0), organizes Clojure Cup and also has given some great talks on various conferences.
blog.carbonfive.com - AngularJS Scopes: An Introduction
At Carbon Five, we build quite a few AngularJS projects. It's a fun, powerful framework that gets you up and running quickly, but once you've got your feet wet, you run into its infamous learning curve. AngularJS has a fair share of deep concepts; taking some time to understand them can get you back on track. One of these important concepts is scopes. In an AngularJS application, the controller and view share an object called a scope. Let's start with a simple example.
blog.pluralsight.com - AngularJS Services Step-by-Step Guide
This blog post is intended to give you a taste of AngularJS without a lot of reading. In this post we will review a number of key ideas in AngularJS services, including: Creating a custom service, using a built-in AngularJs service, and routing.
antjanus.com - The Beginner's Preemptive Guide To AngularJS 2
You guys know how much I love to write beginner guides. This is one of those guides except that it's on a library that is not really out, the API changes, and the documentation is kind of non-existent. If you notice any disrepair or outdated code, let me know.
advancesharp.com - Angularjs CRUD with Web API, Entity Framework & Bootstrap Modal Popup
Search sort Insert update and delete are the basic features we need to learn first to learn any language, In this article we will try to create these features with Web API, bootstrap modal popup and ui.router. We will use enetity framework code first to save and retrieve data from database.
portswigger.net - Client-Side Template Injection with AngularJS
Michael Bromley - Experiences Building a Website with AngularJS + WordPress API
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