When working with synchronous or asynchronous functions you way wrap it into a new promise, either to make a synchronous function asynchronous or to wrap an asynchronous function into your own customized promise. To do that, we will use Angular’s $q service. This
Hi, I already crated a generator for AngularJS application, now, I tought to create a new generator to support fullstack app development, front and backend with Meteor. This generator uses AngularJS as the frontend framework and Meteor as the backend.
Recently, I had to implement a file upload from our Angular frontend to our Web Api backend. Because we had to test it also in WCF, i thought to share how you have to do it to save you some
When you are consuming a Restful service, you usually send JSON data back and forth. Today I will explain how we are doing it with an ASP.NET WebAPI backend and Angular frontend. I assume that the projects are setup and usable.
Hi, So, in my last post, i wrote, that i created an AngularJS seed for professional applications. See here: http://kusar.ch/2015/06/created-my-angularjs-seed-for-professional-apps To simplify the use of this seed, i created also a yeoman-generator which is based on the leptir-seed. You can also
Usually, one translation of your app is sufficient, but sometimes your app should be available in other countries or just support the languages which are spoken in your country. As an example, in Switzerland we have the following main languages:
Probably you have configured your UI-Router to route to specifc URLs wit something like this:
But, have you wondered, how you can add a nested UI-View in your /demo URL? Let’s say to show a partial view with its