Installing AngularJS into your web application begins with downloading the latest version of the framework from the AngularJS website. There are several steps to follow once your version is downloaded, including framework installation and folder creation; you can then write code that uses key AngularJS features. This video tutorial discusses what you need to do to install and run basic applications within AngularJS.
…Installing Angular into your web projects is pretty simple.…It's a lot like adding any other library.…You can go into the AngularJS.org website, and you have a…couple of options as to where to get the library from.…The first one is by going to GitHub.…So if you click on this and you're into GitHub, it's going to let you take…a look and give you the option to…download a more comprehensive version of the library.…Unless you really want to look at the gut…of AngularJS, you probably want to use the other option.…Now if you click on the Download button,…you're going to have to make some additional choices.…
You can ask for a Stable or an Unstable branch.…Now, Unstable would be more of a cutting edge development branch.…And then you can choose to have either a…minified version of the library, a version that has been…compressed, and what I mean by compression, I mean…the variables are shorter, there's no tabs, there's no comments.…Or you can choose to download an uncompressed version.…That will allow you to look at the…
- What is AngularJS?
- Working with complex models
- Using a the $http service to read a JSON file
- Binding data
- Dividing your app into partials
- Creating a details template
- Using AngularJS animation events