const Declarations – Undertstanding ES6

No TL;DR Required 🙂 const Declarations So the next easy introduction to some ES6 properties are const declarations. const declarations are equivalent to var DONTCHANGEME = “foo” in ES5. When I say equivalent I mean in idea not behavior. The var syntax and variables created with var can be assigned and re-assigned at any time. […]

Creating Beautiful Animations with

Click Here for TL;DR Click here to see completed ng-famous boilerplate. and AngularJS Today we will be Creating Beautiful Animations with Using ng-repeat. Yeah, the title doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue. If you are a Javascript fanboy, there is a good chance that you have heard of and (can we just […]

Disabling Debug Data in Angular

Click Here for TL;DR Like most frameworks out there Angular has certain methods/procedures for getting your application ready for production. Some of those methods include Strict Dependency Injection Mode, Disabling Debug Data, and more. On this post we will focus on Disabling Debug Data. Disabling Debug Data “By default AngularJS attaches information about scopes to […]

Building iOS App with Ionic – Part 2 (Nested States)

Click Here for TL;DR Part 2 of this series were going to talk about nested states. Specifically states nested deeper than two levels. UI Router Ionic uses Ui Router to handle all of it’s routing and state change.  Ionic uses many  directive throughout it’s framework to add functionality or mimic functionality of angular directives.  Ionic […]

Building iOS App with Ionic – Part 1 (Geolocation)

Click Here for TL;DR I am just about finished building my first *complete* mobile application with the Ionic Framework.  There were several things I got hung up on and found useful solutions too after doing some research.  Some of the answers were on the Ionic website while some were buried on the web.  The first […]

Lazy Load Angular Components with RequireJS

Lazy Loading in Angular and Integrating AMDs Click Here for TL;DR Angular’s Dependency Injection Dependency injection (DI) as defined by Angular… DI in Angular allows you to use modules, services, controllers, directives, and filters that can depend on one another to operate. By $injecting these dependencies into each other they can reference each others public APIs […]