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Single page application 04

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How to build single page application by using AngularJS

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Single page application 04

  1. 1. SINGLE PAGE APPLICATION 4 ENG. ISMAIL ENJRENY
  2. 2. Templates and Data Binding • Templates in Angular applications are just HTML documents. • You define your UI in the template, using standard HTML plus Angular directives where you need UI components. • By structuring your application with angular, your application’s templates are kept separate from the data that populates them. • Only new data need come down to the browser after the first load
  3. 3. Displaying Text • You can use <P>{{greeting}}</p> • Or you can use <P ng-bind="greeting"></p> • So why would you use one form over the other? • With the double-curly syntax, on the very first page load of your application, there’s a chance that your user will see the un-rendered template before Angular has a chance to replace the curlies with your data
  4. 4. Form Inputs • <input type="text" ng-model="fullname" /> hello {{fullname}}! • <input type="checkbox" ng-model="color" /> color {{color}}! • For most inline event handlers, Angular has an equivalent in the form of ng- eventhandler="expression" where eventhandler would be replaced by click, mousedown, change, and so on • <div ng-click="dosomething()">...</div>
  5. 5. Lists, Tables, and other repeated elements • ng-repeat: The ng-repeat will make a copy of all of the HTML inside the tag, including the tag it’s placed on <ul ng-controller=''> <li ng-repeat='student in students'> <a href='/student/view/{{student.id}}'>{{student.name}}</a> </li> </ul>
  6. 6. Hiding and Showing • ng-show: will show its element when its expression is true and hide it when false • ng-hide: will hide its element when its expression is true and show it when false <ul ng-show='menustate.show'>
  7. 7. CSS Classes • ng-class: {class1: Boolean expression, class2: Boolean expression, …} • If the expression evaluates to a string, the string should be one or more space- delimited class names. • If the expression evaluates to an array, each element of the array should be a string that is one or more space-delimited class names. • If the expression evaluates to an object, then for each key-value pair of the object with a truthy value the corresponding key is used as a class name.
  8. 8. SRC & HREF • When data binding to an <img> or <a> tag, the obvious path of using {{ }} in the src or href attributes won’t work well. Because browsers are aggressive about loading images parallel to other content, Angular doesn’t get a chance to intercept data binding requests. <img ng-src="/images/cats/{{favoritecat}}"> <a ng-href="/shop/category={{numberofballoons}}">hello world</a>
  9. 9. Observing Model Changes with $watch • $watch(watchFn, watchAction, deepWatch) • watchFn: This parameter is a string with an Angular expression or a function that returns the current value of the model that you want to watch • watchAction: This is the function or expression to be called when the watchFn changes • deepWatch: If set to true, this optional boolean parameter tells Angular to examine each property within the watched object for changes
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