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  • Multiple files upload with AngularJS and PHP
    • You can allow multiple files selection by creating more than one file element but you can easily do this with just single file element…
    • single file element, multiple files, multiple files selection, custom directive, successful upload
  • A Christmas Story with Nx, Angular and NativeScript — Part 1
    • There is magic in the air around the holidays. It surrounds us in all sorts of ways whether it’s the excitement of seeing family and loved ones from afar, the beautiful lights strung about our cities…
    • mobile apps, Portable North Pole, Angular, Angular mobile app, Android mobile apps
  • AngularJS Test-driven Development – Free Books Download
    • Free Book Download : AngularJS Test-driven Development PDF For Free , Download PDF e-Books For Free – Programming Ebooks – Medical Books…
    • standalone Selenium server, initial foundational aspects, JavaScript unit tests, Protractor, Karma file
  • AngularJS Essentials – Free Books Download
    • Free Book Download : AngularJS Essentials PDF For Free , Download PDF e-Books For Free – Programming Ebooks – Medical Books…
    • AngularJS framework, real-world examples, practical guide, best practices, important concepts
  • You can allow multiple files selection by creating more than one file element but you can easily do this with just single file element.
  • In this tutorial, I am using AngularJS and PHP to upload multiple files to the servers.
  • I am creating a custom directive to handle file selection in the AngularJS.
  • For enabling multiple files selection add attribute on the element and also define directive.
  • While enabling multiple files selection make sure to add attribute on the element and use object to pass the file through service request.

Tags: single file element, multiple files, multiple files selection, custom directive, successful upload

  • Additionally they began offering fun games which could be played all within the iOS and Android mobile apps which were written purely in Java for Android and Objective C/Swift for iOS.Therefore you can also drop some Santa magic on your phone:The various apps account for millions of free and paying…
  • x web app to modern versions or change frameworks altogetherReduce maintenance costs of 3 separate code repositories each containing different languages (JavaScript/Web, Objective C/iOS, Java/Android)Improve ease of feature development in unison across all product deployment targets (web, iOS and Android)Robust backend data-driven dynamic forms (validation, fields with dependencies on other…
  • This is where the stack to address these mounting problems came into clear focus.The solutions to these challenges are all truly magical gifts from the North Pole (They might as well be directly from Santa):Angular: An open source platform to build robust applications.Nx: An open source toolkit for enterprise Angular…
  • At the time of this writing, the core iOS and Android dependencies look like this:@angular/* 4.4.4@ngrx/* 4.1.1@ngx-translate/* 7.1.0@nrwl/nx 0.2.2rxjs 5.5.2nativescript-angular 4.4.1 ({N} custom renderer for Angular)tns-core-modules 3.4.1 ({N} core modules for iOS and Android)You may notice this is identical to our web app stated above with 2 additional core dependencies…
  • The 3 repo circusWe initially started with 3 separate code repositories:shared libs: common code which could be shared between web and native mobile appsweb app: Angular CLI setup for web app (consumes shared libs)mobile iOS and Android apps: NativeScript app (consumes shared libs)There are pros and cons to the 3 repo…

Tags: mobile apps, Portable North Pole, Angular, Angular mobile app, Android mobile apps

  • Starting with reviewing the test-driven development (TDD) life cycle, you will learn how Karma and Protractor make your life easier while running JavaScript unit tests.
  • You will learn how Protractor is different from Selenium and how to test it entirely.
  • This book is a walk-through to using TDD to build an AngularJS application containing a controller, model, and scope.
  • You will also configure Karma file watching to automate testing and tackle components of AngularJS (controller, service, model, and broadcasting) using TDD.
  • At the end of this book, you will extend explore how to pull data using an external API, setting up and configuring Protractor to use a standalone Selenium server, and setting up Travis CI and Karma to test your application.

Tags: standalone Selenium server, initial foundational aspects, JavaScript unit tests, Protractor, Karma file

  • This book is a practical guide filled with real-world examples that will help you discover the best practices of the AngularJS framework, covering its most important concepts such as directives, expressions, filters, and modules and guiding you through the steps of building your very own web application.
  • You will start by learning how to create reusable components with directives, experiencing an expressive way of developing software.
  • Then we will move on to cover data handling, and you will learn how to use the various features of the AngularJS framework to accomplish any challenge related to presenting, transforming, and validating data on a user’s interface.

Tags: AngularJS framework, real-world examples, practical guide, best practices, important concepts

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