Flux is an architectural pattern based on unidirectional data flow. Although it is originated in the React community, it is general and can be used with any non-opinionated framework. In this article I will show how to use it with Angular.
Angular Custom Element Angular Custom Element (GitHub: dgs700 / angular-custom-element, License: MIT) by David Shapiro allows you to use custom elements in a W3C-approved way. This means you can take your declarative markup to the next level.
In this part of the tutorial, we will build the front-end of our application using AngularJS. Angular is a really unique framework. Instead of abstracting the HTML or providing some way of DOM manipulation they extended the HTML to deal with the fact that it was surely not designed to work with dynamic data. | Tags: Laravel, AngularJS, HTML, CSS, Web Development
If you’re developing web sites or web applications today, there’s a good chance you have data to communicate, and that data may be begging for a good visualization. But how do you know what kind of visualization is appropriate? And, even more importantly, how do you actually create one? Answers to those very questions are the core of this book. In the chapters that follow, we explore dozens of different visualizations and visualization techniques and tool kits. Each example discusses the appropriateness of the visualization (and suggests possible alternatives) and provides step-by-step instructions for including the visualization in your own web pages.
IntroductionImplementation vs DesignCode vs. StylingSimple vs. ComplexReality vs. an Ideal WorldSource Code for ExamplesAcknowledgementsGraphing DataMaking Charts InteractiveIntegrating Charts in a PageCreating Specialized GraphsShowing TimelinesVisualizing Geographic DataCustom Visualizations with D3.jsBuilding Data-Driven Web ApplicationsManaging Data in the Browser
One of the reasons for AngularJS’ success is its outstanding ability to be tested. It’s strongly supported by Karma (the spectacular test runner written by Vojta Jína) and its multiple plugins. Karma, combined with its fellows Mocha, Chai and Sinon, offers a complete toolset to produce quality code that is easy to maintain, bug-free and well documented.
Tests must define the code’s API. This is the one principle that will guide us through this journey. An AngularJS application is, by definition, composed of modules. The elementary bricks are materialized by different concepts related to the granularity at which you look at them. At the application level, these bricks are AngularJS’ modules.
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