In the previous post we looked at promises in AngularJS both from both the creator and client perspective. Here is an Angular service that wraps the FileReader and transforms an evented API into a promise API.
Now that we have a FileReader service for AngularJS, we need something that will give us a file to read. The two ways for users to select files are to use , or to drag and drop a file into the browser.
Let's build an AngularJS service to wrap an HTML 5 FileReader object. The first question a curious person might ask is: why create a service? Why not use a FileReader directly from the code in a model or controller?
AngularJS 1.1.5 triangle-squarification is all about pushing the animations and transitions support in Angular into new heights by adding more flexibility and support for CSS animations. Additionally several major new features ...
AngularJS Drag and Drop Photo Directive. Wednesday, July 10, 2013. 0 comments. Tweet. Continuing from previous posts on building a file input directive and a file reader service, this post contains my first try at a drag-n-drop directive that ...
At my curent company we are using Angular.js for a new desktop application (yes, a desktop application, but I won’t get into that). Our app gets its data and events from a web service via a WebSocket connection. Angular comes bundled with some great tools to connect to REST servers, but it doesn’t come with anything to help you with real-time data (and it probably shouldn’t).
As of late March 2013, after spending a month with each project, digging into documentation and examples available, I can say with confidence: it’s not fair to compare them. But if you really don’t have time to learn both – use AngularJS. Ember is not ready for prime time, yet.
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