AngularJS Part 3 - Routes and Views

Yngve Bakken Nilsen

This post is part of a series of posts on AngularJS, and here are the parts so far: AngularJS Part 1 - Getting started with the basics AngularJS Part 2 - Getting started with Controllers AngularJS Part 3 - Routes and Views AngularJS Part 4 - The Factory So far,…

AngularJS Part 2 - Getting started with Controllers

Yngve Bakken Nilsen

This post is part of a series of posts on AngularJS, and here are the parts so far: AngularJS Part 1 - Getting started with the basics AngularJS Part 2 - Getting started with Controllers AngularJS Part 3 - Routes and Views AngularJS Part 4 - The Factory In AngularJS…

AngularJS with JSONP and how I get to work on time

Hallstein Brøtan

My every morning challenge is reaching the bus to get to work on time. And the bus schedule is not something to rely on. Fortunately, the bus company in Oslo (called "Ruter" from now on) has its own REST API with real time data [1]. This is how I created…

AngularJS Part 1 - Getting started with the basics

Yngve Bakken Nilsen

This post is part of a series of posts on AngularJS, and here are the parts so far: AngularJS Part 1 - Getting started with the basics AngularJS Part 2 - Getting started with Controllers AngularJS Part 3 - Routes and Views AngularJS Part 4 - The Factory AngularJS has…

Creating multilingual support using AngularJS

Hallstein Brøtan

"Create multilingual support for the web site". I just got this task for a client project, and I think it’s fair to assume that others will get this task in the future, so this blog post shows how I implemented this for my project. Because the web site is…