ngEurope: $q and promises

If you’ve dabbled with AngularJS, it’s very likely you’ve encountered $q. At ngEurope, there was a session devoted to $q, which gave a good overview of what it can do. The ‘old way’ of doing asynchronous programming in javascript, is to use callbacks. But when your application becomes more complex, this leads to nested callbacks, […]

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ngEurope: Angular from scratch

One of the most impressive sessions at ngEurope was Matthieu Lux programming Angular from scratch. He **literally **started with an empty html file and coded in the javascript for databinding. His full demo can be seen on YouTube and is very much worth looking at. It will help you understand the ‘magic’ behind Angular (even […]

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ngEurope: Protractor

At ngEurope, Julie Ralph and Chirayu Krishnappa gave an interesting presentation on Protractor. Protractor is a framework for end-to-end testing. The goal was not unit testing, because unit testing won’t catch everything. Like so many of the projects in the Angular and javascript space, it is heavily under development, but the 1.0 release is planned […]

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ngEurope: what’s new in Angular 1.3?

Angular 1.3 provides us with some improvements over an already very decent framework. At ngEurope, the sessions were fast and intensive, which was an interesting approach, but also didn’t allow for very many details. That being said, here are the points I noted. $compileProvider.debugInfoEnabled(false); This allows you to disable all the debugging info for the […]

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ngEurope: quick overview

Team4Talent, the company I work for, was kind enough to allow me to go to ngEurope in Paris. ngEurope is Europe’s first Angular conference. In a few upcoming posts, I’ll share what I’ve learnt, along with some personal thoughts of mine. I’ll also (try to) answer some questions several people asked me. But if you […]

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