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    AngularJS Video Series Part III – Views, Controllers and Scope

      Previous videos in this series: Part I: Getting Started with AngularJS Video Series Part II: Directives, Filters and Data Binding   AngularJS follows the MVC (Model-View-Controller) pattern and allows controllers to be defined that can act as the “brain” for a given view. In this video you’ll see how to define views and hook … Continue reading AngularJS Video Series Part III – Views, Controllers and Scope

    AngularJS Video Series Part II: Directives, Filters and Data Binding

      Previous videos in this series: Part I: Getting Started with AngularJS Video Series One of the features that really sets AngularJS apart from other client-side frameworks is its built-in support for directives and data binding. In a nutshell, directives extend HTML and teach it new tricks that it can’t perform natively. Many directives are … Continue reading AngularJS Video Series Part II: Directives, Filters and Data Binding

    Getting Started with AngularJS Video Series

    As more and more functionality moves to the client developers are finding that writing JavaScript-centric applications from scratch can be challenging and frustrating. As a result, numerous JavaScript libraries and frameworks have sprouted up to help simplify the development process such as Knockout, Backbone, Ember, Durandal, AngularJS, Meteor and many more. I’ve blogged about some … Continue reading Getting Started with AngularJS Video Series

    Getting Started with Grunt a JavaScript task build tool

    JavaScript, JavaScript, JavaScript! It seems that just about everywhere you turn now days you here about “this framework” or “that library” being based on JavaScript. If you like JavaScript (and I do) then that’s a good thing but it also presents several unique challenges. Since JavaScript isn’t compiled it needs to be minified for production … Continue reading Getting Started with Grunt a JavaScript task build tool

    Using jQuery Deferred Objects and Promises Instead of Callbacks

    In a previous post jQuery Tip #7 – Consolidating jQuery Ajax Calls I talked about how Ajax calls can be consolidated into a JavaScript object to promote re-use and simplify maintenance. In that post I showed how the Revealing Module Pattern can be used to provide a more structured approach and how a callback can be … Continue reading Using jQuery Deferred Objects and Promises Instead of Callbacks

    Using Handlebars Templates to Render HTML on the Client

    As more and more functionality moves to the client it's important to convert JSON data into HTML using techniques that make maintenance easy down the road. Fortunately, there are several different template frameworks out there that can be used to generate HTML without having to write a ton of JavaScript. One of my personal favorites … Continue reading Using Handlebars Templates to Render HTML on the Client