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AngularJS Nuts and Bolts – Watch Expressions

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In Part Two of this series of AngularJS Nuts and Bolts articles, I discussed ngMessages and showed how this directive can save you the hassle of setting up a bunch of watch expressions manually in order to display validation errors. In this article, I will look a bit closer at watch expressions and help you appreciate what they do for you, and some things to look out for. Read More »

AngularJS Nuts and Bolts – ngMessages

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In Part One of this AngularJS Nuts and Bolts series, I discussed the concept of Form Controllers, and showed how they can be used effectively for Form Validation. This post will continue the discussion, focusing on an add-on module for AngularJS called ngMessages.

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AngularJS Nuts and Bolts – Form Controllers

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Typically, when someone gets started with AngularJS, there’s always the simple example that they are presented with showing a text box of some sort, and then a span tag somewhere below that are both bound to the same underlying ng-model. But this only scratches the surface of a very rich architecture underneath! In a series of articles, starting with this one, I’m going to cover some aspects of AngularJS that any newcomer should make themselves aware of if you are going to build real-world applications beyond “Hello World”.

We will start with Form Controllers.

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