A guide through how I was able to use the angular-seed and phonegap projects to start myself on the path to my first mobile application.In my exploratory phase with angular, I had discovered the angular-seed project and angular-phonecat tutorial. I knew angular-seed would start me out with runnable jasmine unit tests, an end-to-end suite, a web-server, and some other niceties. That’s when I got the bright idea that I should just make angular-seed run as a phonegap app! 8 hours later… If you follow this guide I think you can have angular-seed running in the XCode simulator in less than 30 minutes. Exciting right? I know.
Our last release candidate for 1.2, version 1.2.0-rc.3 is available. Onward to 1.2! AngularJS 1.2.0-rc3 ferocious-twitch fixes a number of high priority issues in $compile and $animate and paves the way for 1.2.
I recently needed to add drag & drop functionality to an angularjs web application I’m working on, none of the existing directives did exactly what I needed so I built my own. In building the directive, I needed a service to create UUIDs, so I built one of them too. Design Goals * Provide a mechanism to respond to a user dragging one element onto another * No dependency on external frameworks * No html template * Applied via attribute * Use native HTML5 drag & drop api