Practical AngularJS (Free version)
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Last updated on 2016-01-16
About the Book
This book contains the AngularJS related blog posts posted on Dinis Cruz’ blog at http://blog.diniscruz.com.
This is the fist draft release of this book, so please send your suggestions, criticisms, ideas or comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
Notes about current structure: The chapter structure is still being defined and it in a state of flux. Feedback is highly appreciated
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1. Using AngularJS
- 1.1 Really SIMPLE and clean AngularJS + Firebase example
- 1.2 Using AngularJS in Eclipse, Part 1) The Basics
- 1.3 Using AngularJS in Eclipse, Part 2) Add Some Control
- 1.4 Using AngularJS in Eclipse, Part 3) Wire up a Backend
- 1.5 Using AngularJS in Eclipse, Part 4) Create Components
- 1.6 AngularJS code editor using UI-Bootstrap and CodeMirror (done without using jQuery)
- 2.1 A small AngularJS Jasmine test executed by KarmaJS
- 2.2 Creating an Eclipse UI to run AngularJS e2e tests using Karma
- 2.3 Running KarmaJS’s AngularJS example test/e2e/angular-scenario (on Chrome)
- 3.1 First PoC of sending server-side request URLS to Firebase (and seeing it in realtime in an AngularJS page)
- 3.2 Trying out Firebase (Beta) hosting solution and good example of Firebase Security rules
4. Misc Tricks
- 4.1 Programmatically changing an AngularJS scope variable and adding Firebug Lite to an AngularJs app
- 4.2 Hubspot current.js code includes JQuery on it
- 4.3 Submitting TM users to HubSpot via TBOT interface
- 5.1 Eclipse Groovy REPL script to sync a Browser with file changes (with recursive folder search via Java’s WatchService)
- 5.2 Eclipse Groovy script to remove the ‘busy’ image from the WebBrowser Editor
- 5.3 Using Chrome inside a native VisualStudio pane (using Window Handle Hijacking)
- 5.4 Using WebStorm with Chrome and ChromeDriver (to view KarmaJS execution results)
- 5.6 Adding KarmaJS support to WebStorm to automagically run tests on file changes (and test UI with SublimeText, Chrome and Cmd.exe)
- 6.1 KarmaJS AngularJS Scenario Test Runner execution variations in IE 7,8,9 and 10 when using AngularJS
- 6.2 If AngularJS doesn’t work on your O2 Platform IE scripts (the fix is to change browser compatibility mode)
- 6.3 Debugging a weird case of missing module in AngularJS and KarmaJS
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