AngularJS Promises Presentation and Demo Code

I made a promise to present about AngularJS promises to our Boise AngularJS Meetup, and I resolved that promise. (sorry for the bad attempt at programmer humor)

Here is a link to the presentation slides as a PDF.

Included in the presentation were three separate Plunkers showing different variations of implementing an Image Preloader to show how to use several features of AngularJS promises.

Must-Have Features For Your Client API Library

The hard part is done.  You built an API for both you and your customers to use.  You have started to see some great partnerships from customers and other companies who are using it.  Now you want to get the word out about how your API can help people run their businesses more efficiently and help them make more money.  Is marketing the answer?  It’s a piece of it, but is also comes down to how easy is it for developers to integrate with your API.

The answer: Your client API libraries.

Using AngularJS ui-router Query Parameters and Complex Directives Together Without Killing App Performance

This is a presentation that I gave at the Boise AngularJS meetup.  The Plunker that goes along with this can be followed along with here.

AngularJS Backend-less Development Using a $httpBackend Mock

I was only able to briefly mention that I used a $httpBackend mock to do backend-less development with AngularJS during my presentation on AngularJS Data Driven Directives, so I created an isolated example in a Plunker to fully implement it.  Here is a link to the Plunker if you want to skip right there, below is an explanation and the embedded plunker.

AngularJS Data Driven Directives Presentation

Creating data visualization solutions in Javascript is challenging, but libraries like D3.js are starting to make it a whole lot easier. Combine D3.js with AngularJS and you can create some data driven directives that can be used easily within your web app.


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