AngularJS Video Series Part III – Views, Controllers and Scope

Home > Blogs > Developer Visual Studio / ASP.NET > AngularJS Video Series Part III – Views, Controllers and Scope

AngularJS Video Series Part III – Views, Controllers and Scope

Like This Blog 1Dan Wahlin
Added by July 11, 2013

 

Previous videos in this series:

 

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 them to controllers. You’ll also see the role that scope plays and how it acts as the glue between a view and a controller. If you’ve ever dealt with “view models” before then you’ll feel right at home with scope since it acts as the “model” for a given view. Check out the video for more details!

 

 

If you’re interested in learning more about AngularJS as well as several other libraries/frameworks such as jQuery, Knockout, Node.js, and Grunt check out the new JavaScript and SPA Programming with jQuery, Knockout, AngularJS, Node.js and Grunt course at Interface Technical Training.
Enjoy!
Dan Wahlin Microsoft MVP
.NET Developer Instructor
Interface Technical Training

You may also like:  Running Java Apps in Microsoft Edge on Windows 10

Videos You May Like

JavaScript for C# Developers – September 24, 2014

0 261 1

In this video Dan Wahlin demonstrate the similarities and differences between C# and JavaScript and the future of JavaScript (ES6).

How to clone a Windows Server 2012 or 2012 R2 Domain Controller

1 614 2

One of the coolest new features in Window Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2 is the ability to clone a Domain Controller. In the past, if we had virtualized Domain Controllers and we actually took a snapshot of it and then rolled back to that snapshot, it would break the logon service on that … Continue reading How to clone a Windows Server 2012 or 2012 R2 Domain Controller

The Fundamentals of C# Generics by Dan Wahlin

0 72 1

An important feature of the C# language is Generics. In this video, I’m going to walk through some fundamentals of what C# Generics are and how you can use them in applications.

Write a Comment

See what people are saying...

  1. Pingback: AngularJS Highlights: Week Ending 28 July 2013 | SyntaxSpectrum

Share your thoughts...

Please fill out the comment form below to post a reply.