HAS BEEN APPROVED FOR
SO DON'T PANIC EVEN IF YOU'RE NEW TO ANGULAR
Separation of Concerns
can see CSS3 animation as of May 2013
Beginning of Auto-upgrade ⬇
So that leaves roughly 10% of users still at large but,
please lemme tell you this...
Hope Linus won't mind me borrowing this wonderful shot to convey my idea. http://www.nikopik.com/2013/02/linus-torvalds-a-toujours-un-sacre-franc-parler.html
Do you know that...
of mobile web users still come from feature phones
and other primitive devices?
Do you care...
whether they could see your fancy animations
So why would you care...
whether IE8 users could see your fancy animations
It enlivens your expression,
but stripping it away and things should still be obvious.
...is written in an untyped, interpreted language
...can tap into the power of
...is running on engines written in native code
I thought we're gonna talking about
puts a heavy emphasis on
It goes great lengths
extending the vocabulary of HTML
to restore balance to the galaxy...
three pillars of the frontend world...
The New Angular Republic
Let's see how to express
this same thing
the "Angular Way"...
What if we'd like to do
As we've just seen
there appears to be some problems...
Hackish, Hard to Test
Nothing to do with REAL LOGIC
REAL LOGIC is down to earth
Why can't we do it like this?
tackles this issue with a homemade $transition service
You no longer need to
reinvent your own solution.
To use ngAnimate, you need the
(As of June 2013)
This does NOT mean things will randomly break.
This means things are in
So you gotta follow the changelog yourself
But you better have a good reason doing that
It's immediately apparent why you'll wanna use
...let's you write-less-do-more™
...is the convention-over-configuration approach
...with all the aforementioned advantages
...is more verbose
...most likely brings along a lot of deadweight
...with all the aforementioned troubles
instead of jQuery