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AngularJs native tag editor

AngularJs native tag editor | NodeJS | Scoop.it

Continuing my series on directives that fill gaps in the angular framework, today I will discuss my implementation of a tag editor. In some ways this is simpler than my previous attempts, no new services needed to be created, however, there are a lot of styling concerns that need to be dealt with. I think I found a reasonable approach that provides adecent default look and feel and provides implementers the flexibility to provide their own styling.

Design Goals

* Native

* Control styling

* Enable tag interactivity

* Support edit & read-only modes


Via Jan Hesse, Brian Tan
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Node.js Tutorial with Ryan Dahl, creator of Node.js

You've learned how to write code, but how do you actually launch your website or app? LearnStreet courses and tutorials have you covered. In this presentatio...
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AngularJS: Scroll Animations

AngularJS: Scroll Animations | NodeJS | Scoop.it

Everyone has seen scroll based animations right? You know, the ones where you start scrolling down the webpage and animations start triggering around depending on how much you have scrolled. One of my favorite examples is Let’s free Congress.

Now, sometimes we want to trigger an animation, but we don’t want to make theentire page to rely on the scroll… maybe, just a little part of it. However, we can’t trigger the animation until the user is viewing the part we want to animate, or else the animation will do all its magic without no audience. How do we do it?


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