AngularJS and the JavaServer Faces are two different frameworks. But as it turns out, the two have some strikingly similar approaches.
If you’ve ever wanted to modularise a large application to give it more structure, here’s your chance. Software consultant Moritz Schulze takes us through the steps for setting up a modular AngularJS application.
What has TypeScript got going for it that won the Angular team over? Aren’t Google using Dart internally anyway? What’s the deal with the comparisons? We try our luck at dissecting the issue of Angular’s recent TypeScript coalition.
The Angular team has announced a partnership with Microsoft in TypeScript that brings an end AtScript, while also attempting to alleviate community concerns about migration to Angular 2.0.
The news is out: Angular2 has made it to alpha stage with bits and pieces on GitHub ready to play with. We take a look at some AtScript examples and what the core team had to say about the impending release.
The upcoming release of AngularJS 1.4 is good news for aficionados, offering hope for the 1.x series. In a bid to make the planning process as transparent as possible, the team have opened up all development for feedback.
We take a look at the top five contentious and disputed tech articles that graced our little area of the Internet last year. You’ll be surprised to find out what made the list.
Alongside numerous bugfixes, the latest changes to AngularJS have begun implementing a simpler new approach to ngRepeat sorting.
If you’re developing with AngularJS, you can use Protractor to run tests on your application in the browser.
The next major release of Angular is bringing a unified method for injecting dependencies into a directive.
The team at techdev show us how they combined an AngularJS, Java 8 and Spring 4 backend with a REST API to build a office data-tracking tool.
Angular developers have made it clear they are not happy with the controversial plans for Angular 2.0.
Details have emerged about the next major release of Angular – which is making some major changes.
Sick of their bloated PHP/MySQL stack, the Huffington Post developer team have migrated to a modern alternative for their editorial needs.