When building a web app where every page depends on many data sources, what’s the best way to fetch the initial bits of data? When I look at twitter, I see the tweets that are visible on page load are in the HTML source, and more tweets are loaded in using AJAX as you scroll down. But there’s no convenient way to get data that’s already in the DOM to be inserted into the model.
Let’s say someone wrote a method like this in a file called
app.js trying to peform an XHR request angainst a non existing url:
i want to send multipal ajax request at a time. this is my js code.
I want to create a simple real-time search with angularjs client side, and java server side, i want to use the similar effect than onKeyUp in dom and ajax but in angular js,
In AngularJS, I have my Restful API in a subdomain but I am having the problem where the cookie/session is not being shared across domains. For Angular I am doing this:
I want to angular to make
x-www-form-urlencoded requests by default. Not JSON.
How can I ensure that the
complete() function will run regardless of the outcome of the $http call using the promise API provided with Angular.js?
I am working on a sample application using ASP.NET MVC and AngularJS.
I am bit confused between success call back in Ajax and Promise.
I’d like to detect if the browser made a request via AJAX (AngularJS) so that I can return a JSON array, or if I have to render the template. How can I do this?