I've been researching the best way for running my Angular 2+ App in Visual Studio for a while now. Mainly because I want to use only one IDE, and -more importantly- I want to have only one set of shortcuts ;). I also want to be
I've been a full-time Angular developer for about two years now, and I just now came across the correct way to implement pure one-time binding.
You can use this in views, but more importantly, use it in lists with ng-repeat for significant performance improvements!
These are exiting times front-end engineers. The three biggest frameworks are all either approaching or have had major new releases. Ember 2.0 has been released a while ago, Angular 2.0 is in beta mode and React released version 0.14, which is a
Complex communication between controllers and directives (and child directives) is a common problem or challenge in large AngularJs applications (and all large MVVM applications in my opinion).
It becomes even more complicated when you have to communicate with a directive, that has an isolated scope,