8 Answered Questions for the topic Angularjs
How should I balance memory with network latency on a paginated table?
A web application I'm working on has a tool that queries a database and returns up to several thousand rows. When considering pagination, at what point does it make more sense to get the entire... more
Angular header/footer, Component or Module?
I have been learning angular for a while now and I understand the point of modules and components (briefly) but now I am starting my own project using the framework I am somewhat confused. When... more
How do I create a modal service with AngularJS?
I'm trying to make a service that's polymorphic based upon what mode is specified in the URL. If the char param in the route is set to 'p', I want to use a PresentMode service. If the char param is... more
What is a good method of storing test data for development and unit testing with angularjs and jasmine?
What is a good method of storing JSON data/objects for development and unit testing with angular and jasmine?I have seen some ways of accomplishing this. However, since I am new to unit testing... more
How can I team up two MVC frameworks without having them fight each other?
I'm creating a CRUD-based web project, and am thinking about using a server side MVC framework (such as CodeIgniter or Laravel) in tandem with a client side MVC framework (such as AngularJS). Is... more
How and where to test if the JSON request objects generated by the front-end is valid?
We have built a complex Angular application that sends multiple HTTP request to a REST service that is also built in house. Since both the frontend and the backend is being developed in parallel,... more
Where to put the Angular app in a ASP.NET Web API solution?
I'm starting a greenfield app and I want to use ASP.NET (4.6) and Angular 2. For the backend I have created a project in Visual Studio, and now I'm wondering where to put the Angular app. I really... more
Best practice for angular service return value?
I have a number of angular services (e.g. a user service) which make various HTTP calls and I'm wondering what the best practice would be for handling errors. For example, I could do: function... more