Posts Tagged ‘angular.js’

Web Development Educational Resources, Part 1

potential web development educational resources

Web development educational resources You know what I like a lot more than materialistic things? Knowledge!!!! Specifically free web development educational resources. Here is a list I’ve collected and used over the course of the past few years and several of them I continue to use weekly. They help me keep my skills fresh and drive me to […]

Displaying error messages on submission with Angular Formly

I have started testing Angular Formly in an Angular app I am working on as an alternative to creating Angular forms in HTML. I have found the HTML approach leads to validation and control logic for the form being split between both the HTML (with many  ng-if, ng-show, ng-required/ required and ng-change directives sprinkled everywhere) and the javascript controller […]

Properly cascading rejected angular promises

Angular.js promises offer a nice design pattern for asynchronous events. The way many developers often use them in angular apps looks like this

In this use-case I am returning the data passed to the callback function in the case of success and returning null in the case of a failure. In both cases the result […]

Angular.js custom filters in separate modules

I’ve been spending a lot of time recently with Angular.js, both in my own explorations and in my daily work. I have been searching for the best method of modularizing an Angular application to aid in testing, development and future maintenance. I, like many who will read this, started out in Angular creating applications in […]