AngularJS To do App – Part IV

Following from the previous entry, there was just one feature remaining for the rudimentary functionalities of our app: Check of an item I added an input checkbox to the ngRepeat construct. And after some fumbling around and going through some forums + angularjs developer documentation, I managed to apply a simple class styling to the […]

AngularJS To do App – Part III

So out of the remaining features, what should I pick next to work on, hmm let me see. Edit an item, sure why not. Why not indeed. Check of an item Edit an item Delete an item It turned out more difficult than I had (not) anticipated. Not the most crucial feature but sure. Thought […]

AngularJS To do App – Part III

So continuing on and upwards, what every To do list should have, in no particular order are the following: Check of an item Edit an item Delete an item Incidentally the first thing that came to mind was the delete function (only when I had that did the rest occur, which arguably are more important […]

AngularJS To do App – Part II

When we last left, our intrepid developer in the making, he had had completed the shell and basic setup of his AngularJS app. Lets see what he’s upto this week… The To do list has so far taken shape and the basic structure and logic was coded. However adding an item presented two issues:  We […]

AngularJS To do App – Part I

So as outlined in my previous post AngularJS Single Page Application (SPA), I’ve started working on the bare bones (first commit) of the To do list app – so little that a Hello World tutorial would have had more moving parts [Zing]. I’ve started fleshing out the AngularJS aspects, particularly the module, controller and associated […]

AngularJS Single Page Application (SPA)

So for my next quest, I’ve decided to go with a Single Page Application for the following reasons: To start exploring JavaScript frameworks Get some much needed interactivity on screen Increase the complexity of the projects I am going after to move out of my comfort zone I’ve decided to test the water with AngularJS. […]

Get started using web API’s – Luas Forecasting API Part Three

After much struggles, see the previous entry for the history up til now, the responseText message was successfully parsed and the information populated on the page: Some of the pitfalls: Response message was a string which wouldn’t yield to any XML extraction methods. That was sorted once parsed to XML. (Response methods for XML didn’t […]

Get started using web API’s – Luas Forecasting API Part Two

Continuing on from the last post – Get started using web API’s – Luas Forecasting API Part One , there was a slight issue I ran into. This was resolved after several commits where I’d tried to see if I could print out the response regardless of the response status. However those failed and can […]

Get started using web API’s – Luas Forecasting API

My JavaScript excursions have taken a damper as of late. Without much digression, the next mini project I want to tackle is how to consume an api and present it on a page. I’ve been having a bit of internal conflict if I should conduct this on GitHub or codepen and came to the conclusion […]