The Best AngularJS assignment Help

The Best AngularJS assignment Help with Projects Relief

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Commitment of Projects Relief:

We are committed to helping you, till it delivered before the deadline, with full fledged meeting requirement.​

We provide various types of AngularJS assignment help services for example "Express Service" where we are delivering your assignment with the high priority, and with 100% Accuracy.​

presently programming Assignment is with many Constraints due to the Academic curriculum. This creates various challenges in regular assignments. To answer this new challenge, we have to do past problems from a new angle and it requires creative effort.

About Projects Relief assignment service users:

● Most of the Projects Relief AngularJS Assignment service user are NEW to AngularJS(or Angular 2) and they are expert in their previous profession(or technology) And grappled with their assignment before contacting Projects Relief.

● These all users started with us with ZERO AngularJS knowledge. So knowledge of AngularJS or other technologies is not required to use "Online AngularJS Assignment" service.

Special assignment help services...

● To accommodate very urgent assignment needs we have 'Express Service' where your assignment was done and delivered in fast track, most of the cases with in or less than 24hrs.

About our assignment development process...

● Projects Relief develops all assignments with latest technologies like AngularJS 2.0, HTML5, CSS3, bootstrap, extjs, jquery.

About our testing process of angularsJS assignment...

● Projects Relief understood each assignment is different from one another with its requirement. So it make sure AngularsJS application should work in All browsers and it had to work in all devices these is called Responsive Web Design(RWD).These is the primary test condition which we always test in all our AngularJS(or Angular 2) application.


● We provide more than enough test cases to assignment using different technologies like jasmine, karma, chai, sinonjs, mochajs

After assignment delivery...

● All AngularsJS2 (or Angular 2) assignments get enclosed with enough documentation which declares about each file in the project.

● We always ready to welcome your suggestions and ideas to re-implement after delivery of the assignment or during the development of the project.

● As per your request, we ready to provide demo session of the assignment this will help you understand and write code quickly.

practical examples:

By now you have probably heard of AngularJS - the exciting open source framework, developed by Google, that changes the way of your thinking about web apps. There have been much written about it, but I have yet to find something that is written for developers who prefer quick and practical examples.

1. Navigation Menu

As a first example, we will compose a navigation menu that highlights the selected entry. The example goes through only Angular's directives, and is the simplest app possible using the framework. Click the "Edit" button to see the source code. It is ready for experimentation!





In the code above, we are using Angular's directives are to set and read the active variable. When it changes, it causes the HTML that uses it to be updated automatically. In Angular's terminology, this variable is called a model. It is available to all directives in the current scope, and can be accessed in your controllers (more on that in the next example).

If you used JavaScript templates before, you are familiar with the {{var}} syntax. When the framework sees such a string, it replaces it with the contents of the variable. This operation is repeated every time of var is changed.

2. Inline Editor

For the second example, we will create a simple inline editor - by clicking a paragraph will show a tooltip with a text field. We will use a controller that will initialize the models and declare 2 methods for toggling the visibility of the tooltip.

Controllers are regular JavaScript functions which are executed by Angular automatically, and which are associated with your page using the ng-controller directive:



When the controller function is executed, it gets the special $scope object as one of the parameters. Adding properties or functions to it makes them available to the view. Using the ng-model binding on the text field tells Angular to update that variable when the value of the field changes (this in turn re-renders the paragraph with the value).

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