Event Bubbling or Event Capturing?

Event propagation: There are two ways of event propagation in the HTML DOM, bubbling and capturing. Event propagation is a way of defining the element order when an event occurs. If you have a <p> element inside a <div> element, and the user clicks on the <p> element, which element's "click" event should be handled … Continue reading Event Bubbling or Event Capturing?


Promises and $q all examples ***

https://github.com/kriskowal/q https://gist.github.com/jeffcogswell/8257755 https://github.com/kriskowal/q/wiki/Examples-Gallery https://fdietz.github.io/recipes-with-angular-js/consuming-external-services/deferred-and-promise.html https://fdietz.github.io/recipes-with-angular-js/consuming-external-services/deferred-and-promise.html https://gist.github.com/Heshyo/9364276#file-q_example-js

Tools in Front End

Karma ========== Google's Java script Test Runner and natural Choice for testing Angular js. In addition to allowing you to run your tests on real browers (including phone and Tablet browers) it is also a test framework agnostic. which means that you can use it in conjunction with any test framework like Jasmine,Qunit,Mocha among others … Continue reading Tools in Front End