By Sandeep Panda
What will I learn?
In this functional and fun-to-read booklet, you'll research the basics of AngularJS, equivalent to scopes, modules and controllers. You'll then circulate directly to extra subtle suggestions, together with utilizing directives, filters and expressions to construct an entire unmarried web page internet application.
Discover the facility of AngularJS's two-way info binding
Using AngularJS and TDD
Get to grips with modules, scopes, and controllers
Enhance your HTML with directives
Build a whole operating unmarried web page web publication software as you learn
And even more
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Extra info for AngularJS: Novice to Ninja
And if there are folders within folders, we’ll have to handle those the same way. isDir to detect whether the source element is a file or a directory. If it’s a file, we print the file to the screen and do the file copy like before. recurse, which runs the callback function of our choice against each file or folder in the structure. recurse executes the callback, it sends the source file’s absolute path as the first parameter. It can send the root directory, the current file’s directory, and the current file’s name as arguments if the callback function accepts them.
End(); Take a look at line 3. This line is incredibly important. Node’s http module is asynchronous, so when we make a request for the weather data, Node doesn’t wait for the response. Instead, it invokes the callback once the data gets back. Grunt, however, doesn’t wait around. It’ll finish the task run before we get our response. Grunt has a workaround for this, though. async to tell Grunt that this task is asynchronous, and that it should wait until we tell it we’re done. async. Then on line 16, once we’ve parsed the response, we invoke done as a function, which tells Grunt we’re all done.