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crazydeveloper Why AngularJS is Popular Javascript FrameWork

When we compare AngularJS with traditional Javascript Framework, AngularJS framework has played a vital role in increasing the equality and efficiency of web app development projects.

Now in current time this is number one Javascript framework used by millions of web developers across the world.

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29 April 2015

crazydeveloper CRUD Operation with AngularJS

This tutorial will teach you how to create a CRUD Application using AngularJS,PHP,MySQL and Slim framework.

By :- Anjana Wijesundara

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29 April 2015

crazydeveloper AngularJS Ques-Ans List

Q1: Directives can be applied to which all element type?
Ans: Following represents the element type and directive declaration style:
`E` – Element name: ``
`A` – Attribute (default): `

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`C` – Class: `
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`M` – Comment: ``

More Ques....

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29 April 2015

crazydeveloper AngularJS - Objects and Components

AngularJS contains the following core types of objects and components:

  • Value
  • Factory
  • Service
  • Provider
  • Constant

These core types can be injected into each other using AngularJS dependency injection mechanism. Throughout the rest of this text I will explain how to define and inject these components into each other.

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29 April 2015

crazydeveloper AngularJS - Custom Directive

You can implement the following types of directives:

  • Element directives
  • Attribute directives
  • CSS class directives
  • Comment directives

Of these, AngularJS recommends that you try to use element and attribute directives, and leave the CSS class and comment directives (unless absolutely necessary).
The type of a directive determines how the directive is activated. An element directive is activated when AngularJS finds a matching HTML element in the HTML template. An attribute directive is activated when AngularJS finds a matching HTML element attribute. A CSS class directive is activated when AngularJS finds a matching CSS Class. And, a comment directive is activated when AngularJS finds a matching HTML comment.

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