AngularJS provides filters for formatting raw data prior to output without changing variables. Find out how to set up and work with filtering in this tutorial. Watch more at: Up and Running with AngularJS.
1. Configuring a New Angular Project
3. Application Structure
4. Server-Side Integration
In shells on Unix-like operating systems and in the modern Windows shell, such a filter usually gets most of its data from standard input (the main input stream) and writes its main results to standard output (the main output stream). The command syntax for getting data from a device or file other than standard input is the input operator (“<"). Similarly, to send data to a device or file other than standard output is the output operator (">“). To append data lines to an existing output file, one can use the append operator (“>>”). Filters may be strung together into a pipeline with the pipe operator (“|”). This operator signifies that the main output of the command to the left is passed as main input to the command on the right.
Pipelines in command line interfaces
All widely used Unix and Windows shells have a special syntax construct for the creation of pipelines. In all usage one writes the filter commands in sequence, separated by the ASCII vertical bar character “|” (which, for this reason, is often called “pipe character”). The shell starts the processes and arranges for the necessary connections between their standard streams (including some amount of buffer storage).
Notable Angular directives
AngularJS directives allow the developer to specify custom and reusable HTML tags that moderate the behavior of certain elements.
Declares an element as a root element of the application allowing behavior to be modified through custom HTML tags.
Automatically changes the text of a HTML element to the value of a given expression.
Similar to ng-bind, but allows two-way data binding between the view and the scope.
Allows class attributes to be dynamically loaded.
Instantiate an element once per item from a collection.
ng-show & ng-hide
Conditionally show or hide an element, depending on the value of a boolean expression.
Conditionally instantiate one template from a set of choices, depending on the value of a selection expression.
The base directive responsible for handling routes that resolve JSON before rendering templates driven by specified controllers.
Basic if statement directive which allow to show the following element if the conditions are true.
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