One of the key features of AngularJS is
ng-repeat which is a "directive that instantiates a template once per item from a collection." The key in this sentence that it can create a template for items in a collection - collections being arrays or objects. But how can you iterate through a simple integer value? Let's have a look at this now.
Tamas Piros | 30 July 2015 | AngularJS, Tip of the day
Google Chrome's Developer Tools is a great tool for developers but there are some hidden features that not so many people are aware of. One of such features is the fact that you can store variables as globals within your console.
Tamas Piros | 24 July 2015 | Tip of the day
A quick look at how to use
$watch in an Angular controller when you're using the controllerAs syntax.
Simon Holmes | 8 March 2015 | AngularJS, Tip of the day