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Shawn M

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Measuring Track By & One-Time Binding Performance in AngularJS. Surprising.

http://www.shmck.com/measuring-angular-performance-track-by-and-one-time-binding/
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Hello, I am currently learning to validate forms with angularjs and emerged me a problem: I have a form with two fields that are interrelated and validation depends on the value that both have . I created a directive to display these fields and another policy that is responsible for conducting the validation.
When you load the form , everything works fine , but as you modify one or another field , all fails. I think the reason is that when validating a field, I take the scope the value of another field, but I 've noticed that I do not have a single scope , I have two ( one each from the fields to validate ) and when I access scope attempt by the value of the field I'm not editing , this is undefined ( you can see it for yourselves console)

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Kent C. Dodds

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Talking about Lazy Loading Angular with +Olivier Combe. You may be interested in listening in :-) Starting now
 
Olivier, the author of ocLazyLoad, is going to explain to me the basic ideas behind the library and help me come up with a strategy for my insanely modular app.
This Hangout On Air is hosted by Kent C. Dodds. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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+Dennis Ahaus, you can watch it now. It's available for viewing here on hangouts or on YouTube :-)
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Mike Janega

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Anyone know how to fix a long running script error in IE for an angular application when it runs fine in Chrome and Firefox? This is sort of an edge case as most instances the event the that triggers 5 services calls will not come back with as much data but the amount of data is being compressed to 49.6KB and the scripts is just over 10.9 seconds. IE FML!
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+Alex Parker​ and +J Castillo​ I really appreciate the help... time to start digging as I am already using bind once. 
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Gerard Sans

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Future Component Router #angularjs 2 code #typescript #webpack http://bit.ly/component-router-slides …@potatolondon @angularjs_labs☀ 
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Maxime ROBERT

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Hello, i'm using angular-translate in my app. I need to find the result of "$translate.proposedLanguage()" in my config and not in my controller. Is there a way to do that ? Thanks
webTemplate - WebTemplate - Bootstrap / Less / Angular / Grunt ready
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Esteban Vera

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Hello community, how can I pass a value of ng-repeat a onchange event of an input file?

first of all, Thanks!


hola comunidad, como puedo pasar un valor de un ng-repeat a un event onchange de un input file ?

de ante mano gracias!
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+Esteban Vera Can you create a jsfiddle or codepen or something like it?
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Evgeniy OZ

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ng-materialize is a custom build of the Materialize framework that includes native AngularJS components
https://wthomsen.github.io/ng-materialize/
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Accio Code

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For our purposes, we want to have a page that shows all the films created in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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Neha Nguyen

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#AngularJS: From Zero to Hero
Learn Real-World AngularJS with Practical knowledge that you can apply from day ONE.
Take this course: http://bit.ly/1LUD7q7

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Pascal Precht

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Today is your LAST CHANCE to get your early bird for our Angular Master Class in Brussels and save 100 bucks!
Event Website: http://thoughtram.io/angular-master-class.html Angular Master Class AngularJS is a JavaScript toolset that changes the way we build web applications. We have over 3 years experience with AngularJS, we've built widely used modules for it and are also active contributors to the project. In our Angular Master Class, attendees learn everything they need to know to build fully fledged single page applications with AngularJS. Why take th...
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Kenneth Trent

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So AngularJS conceptual question here...

I have a select drop down menu with an ng-model attribute binding to an integer (though I've tried strings also). Within that select element, I use ng-repeat on an option element to populate my drop down values. My expectation is that all of the intended values will be in the drop down (works correctly at present) and that when other changes happen on the page, it will update the selected value dynamically from ng-bind (not currently working).

Do I have a design flaw, or is this more likely a bug somewhere else in my code?

TIA
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well done!
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Tim Roes

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Using ES6 with AngularJS 1.x

I just wrote a short tutorial (aiming at programmers already familiar with Angular and ES6) on how to bring these to together:

https://www.timroes.de/2015/07/29/using-ecmascript-6-es6-with-angularjs-1-x/

The blog post also contains a link to a sample project on GitHub for people, who prefer reading source code over text :-)
This tutorial leads through an example on how to build and use AngularJS 1 with the new JavaScript standard ECMAScript 6 (short ES6). It does neither explain how to use AngularJS itself or the new syntax of ES6. Why did I do this? I basically wanted to write an AngularJS 1 (since... #angular #es6
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Chen David

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Motivation After trying out Google Polymer and diving into the world of web components, I also got excited about Angular Material Design, that is currently heavily under development on GitHub. The ...
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A little bit outdated :(
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Filip Sobczak

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Hi, I created an extension for Chrome that you can use to browse your AngularJS app live. All feedback very welcome!
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I love it! Btw I'm missing the settings. E.g. font size, width. I suggest some highlight on a point label when hoverin on it.
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Nikolay Baluk

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Improve the performance of large angular 1.x apps, by using faster event directives.
How to avoid root scope digests using faster angular events, which mimic the functionality of the existing ng-event directives, but have a feature that allows them to be called in a desired scope, rather than trigger a root scope digest.
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Aviv Ben-Yosef

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Wrote up a little performance tip
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Good write up, with balance between the pros and cons... One should read the comments to see some more caveats!
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Stavros Skamagkis

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Create a RESTful MEAN to-do app with MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS and NodeJS

In this 3-part tutorial, Adrian Mejia shows us how to build a full-fledged To-Do application with a client to create or edit our taks and a server to store them.

We use the MEAN technology stack for our application which consists of:

• MongoDB for the server's database.

• ExpressJS (a NodeJS framework) to build our app's REST API. 
 
• AngularJS for the frontend interface (the client).

• NodeJS which the ExpressJS framework runs on.


The tutorial consists of the following parts:

• In part 1 we create our app's client with AngularJS:

http://adrianmejia.com/blog/2014/09/28/angularjs-tutorial-for-beginners-with-nodejs-expressjs-and-mongodb/

• In part 2 we will create a RESTful service which our client connects to:

http://adrianmejia.com/blog/2014/10/01/creating-a-restful-api-tutorial-with-nodejs-and-mongodb/

• In the last part we learn how to wire together all the diferrent parts of the MEAN stack:

http://adrianmejia.com/blog/2014/10/03/mean-stack-tutorial-mongodb-expressjs-angularjs-nodejs/


Enjoy!
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