Routing is a mechanism which helps you to divide your single page application into multiple views and bind these views to corresponding controllers. In this article, you will learn how to configure angular routing.
In Angular, templates are the views with the HTML enriched by Angular elements like directive and attributes. Templates are used to display the information from the model and controller that a user sees in his browser. An angular templates can have Directive, HTML markup, CSS, Filters, Expressions and Form controls.
AngularJS directives extend the HTML elements with new behaviors. AngularJS directive help you to manipulate HTML elements, handle event, perform data binding, associate controllers/scope with a view and many more things. AngularJS provide you some built-in directives like as ng-app, ng-controller, ng-repeat, ng-model etc. to make it easy.
Scope is an object that refers to the application model. It acts as a context for evaluating expressions. Typically, it acts as a glue between controller and view. Scopes are hierarchical in nature and follow the DOM structure of your angular app.
In AngularJS, services are reusable singleton objects that are used to organize and share code across your app. They can be injected into controllers, filters, directives. AngularJS provides you three ways : service, factory and provider to create a service.
AngularJS has a powerful data binding mechanism. When you do changes in a variable on the $scope object within your view, the $scope object auto-magically updates itself. Similarly, whenever the $scope object changes, the view updates itself with the new value. AngularJS handle data-binding mechanism with the help of three powerful functions: $watch(), $digest() and $apply().
Dependency Injection (DI) is a software design pattern that allows you to remove hard coded dependencies between software components. It allows you to develop loosely coupled components by injecting dependencies either at compile time or run time.
Ionic is an UI framework which is build to create hybrid mobile apps based on Html5. It's alpha version was released in late November 2013. It provides your hybrid mobile apps native apps like look and feel and UI interactions which your app required. It also supports a broad range of common native mobile components, slick animations, and beautiful design.
In previous article, you have learned about AngularJS Form Validation with Bootstrap. This article will demonstrate, how to create an HTML5 app with CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) Operations using AngularJS, WebAPI, Entity Framework code first and Bootstrap.
AngularJS form validation enables you to develop a modern HTML5 form that is interactive and responsive. AngularJS provides you built-in validation directives to to validate form client side. This makes your life pretty easy to handle client-side form validations without adding a lot of extra effort. AngularJS form validation are based on the HTML5 form validators.
Angular's HTML compiler allows you to teach the browser new HTML syntax. The compiler allows you to attach new behaviors or attributes to any HTML element. Angular calls these behaviors as directives.
Today's mobile apps are playing a vital role, and have changed the way of browsing the web. Now the question is, how to develop your mobile apps? Mainly there are three options to develop your mobile apps : Native Apps, Html5 Apps and Hybrid Apps. Let's have a look in these three development models.
LINQ standard query operators are the methods which help you to write LINQ query. Most of these query methods operate on sequences or collection whose implement the IEnumerable<T> interface or the IQueryable<T> interface. These operators provide query capabilities including filtering, projection, aggregation, sorting and much more.