In this post we will look into the compile and link functions of angular directives. Angular directives are very powerful if used properly. Compile and Link are basic directive functions which need to be understood properly to use angular directives efficiently.
AngularJS provide three useful services which it uses internally., $compile, $parse, $interpolate. These service are mainly used to evaluate expression and rendering UI.
At the heart of angularjs is data binding, in this blog post we will see how angular implements this and what is the life cycle of angular scope. This is very important to understand if you want to optimize your application for performance.
In most angular applications, we use multiple controllers. Many cases arise when we to share data from one controller to another. Lets see how to handle these conditions.
We know angularjs has a data binding between scope and html, which means what ever data changes we make in our controller scope it gets reflected to our html. But things change when we use a 3rd party library or external events to make changes to our scope.
In this blog post we will see about mongodb aggregation operations and how to use it with mongoose.
Parse.com provides a great service to setup push notification for your android/iphone apps, features for which can be seen here https://www.parse.com/products/push We will see in this blog post how to integrate parse push notification with phonegap for your android application.