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How do templates work in Angular.js?
It is a directive from angular-ui's bootstrap sub-project: <button type="button" class="btn" ng-model="$parent.entity.endDate" popover-template="datepicker-test.html"> the corresponding Javascript is inbootstrap-ui.js: .directive( 'popoverTemplate', [ '$tooltip', function ( $tooltip ) { return $tooltip( 'popoverTemplate', 'popover', 'click' ); }]); The project is here: https://github.com/angular-ui/bootstrap

Categories : Angularjs

Angular: linking transcluded templates
You can use $timeout to move the code to the end of the execution queue, after the digest cycle: app.directive("frag", function ($http, $timeout) { return { restrict: 'A', transclude: true, templateUrl: 'directive.html', link: function (scope, element, attrs) { $timeout(function() { scope.count = element.find("li").length; }); }, controller: function ($scope, $element) { $scope.foundB = false; } }; }); http://jsfiddle.net/pnQyA/8/

Categories : Angularjs

Angular JS embedding same template in many other templates
ngInclude directive is what you need doc. You can try to use ngInclude like this: <div> <div class='userInfo'><!-- userInfoPartialTemplate here --> </div> <div ng-include="'your-app-partial.html'"></div> </div> Notice your template URL is wrapped by a single quote! Moreover, you can use angular expression to specify the template URL in ngInclude. For example, you have a scope variable to hold the template URL, you don't know what the value would be beforehand, your controller looks like: function Ctrl($scope) { $scope.subTemplate = 'your-app-partial.html'; // I use static string here for simplicity, but it could be anything that gives you the template URL... } The subTemplate variable holds the URL value of your template, now you sho

Categories : Javascript

Razor templates, views and angular.js
We dealt with this issue for months when working with MVC plus another JavaScript framework (Knockout). Ultimately, if you're going to be using a client-side MV* framework for rendering your user interface, you will find that mostly ditching Razor is going to be your best bet. Most of the major MV* JavaScript frameworks, including AngularJS, assume you will be maintaining UI state and rendering your user interface based on JavaScript models or view models. Trying to mix in server-side rendering is just not going to work very well. That's not to say there is no use for MVC when it comes to developing an Angular application. You can still take advantage of some great features like ASP.NET Bundling and Minification. And sometimes it works really well to embed JSON directly into the page

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Using Angular templates to generate exportable HTML
You can use pass in $compile to do directive-processing at will and then snatch up the angular-generated html to do whatever you want with it. But you also need to supply a unique scope based on the user's model input to the new element, and you can do that with $rootScope.$new(). In my example, the model format is expected to be JSON, so that it doesn't like, explode, but if you're making this for your own personal use you could allow regular js input and use eval(), allowing the user to write a more sophisticated model. Here it is in action: http://jsbin.com/inocag/4/ JS var module = angular.module('module', []); module.directive('xxAngulizer', function($compile, $rootScope) { return { restrict: 'A', template: '<div>TEMPLATE</div><textarea id="template" ng-mo

Categories : Javascript

angular routing without webserver to load templates
I'm ignoring the "no web server" part of the question. Here's an example on how you can put a template directly in a script tag and use it with a directive. <body ng-app="myApp"> <script type="text/ng-template" id="templateTemplate.html"> <div> I am the <span ng-transclude>{{templateAdjective}}</span> template result. </div> </script> <div> <test>best</test> <test>optimal</test> </div> <script> var app = angular.module('myApp',[]); app.directive('test', function() { return { restrict: 'E', templateUrl: 'templateTemplate.html', transclude: true, replace: true }; }); </script> </body>

Categories : Javascript

Angular ui bootstrap custom templates in Rails
What I would suggest is to bundle custom templates with the library itself or inside a separate file. The technique to use is to fill in $templateCache with the content of your custom templates. Have a look at one of the files distributed with tamplates to see what I mean: https://github.com/angular-ui/bootstrap/blob/gh-pages/ui-bootstrap-tpls-0.3.0.js#L2042 You can bundle templates into the $templateCache as part of the build process or prepare this file manually (in this case you need to write templates as JS strings). Downloading individual templates via XHR for each and every directive would be wasteful as it would result in many XHR requests and would slow down your application. Also, if you preload templates into the $templateCache you can specify required path, one that doesn't n

Categories : Ruby On Rails

"Angular" way of responsive templates? Does matchMedia go in the 'controller'?
I'm curious about adding this feature into my Angular projects as well, I've found a few solutions that might help us both: MatchMedia-NG Angular Match Media Angular Adaptive Templating Angular/Enquire Breakpoints I haven't thoroughly tested any of these approaches so I'm not sure what the "best practice" would be, but it seems these guys had the same thought process as us. Hope this helps!

Categories : Javascript

How to Create recursive Angular.js Templates without isolating scope?
Recursive tree with angular directive without scope isolation, forces you to simulate isolation by using different scope properties per depth level. I didn't find any so I wrote my own. Let's say your HTML is : <body ng-app="App" ng-controller="AppCtrl"> <div test="tree.children" test-label="tree.label">{{b}}</div> </body> Then you have a main module and a controller adding a tree to the scope : var App = angular.module('App', []); App.controller('AppCtrl', function($scope, $timeout) { // prodive a simple tree $scope.tree = { label: 'A', children: [ { label: 'a', children: [ { label: '1' }, { label: '2' } ] }, { label: 'b', children: [ { label: '1' },

Categories : Javascript

Smarty with multiple parallel templates
Yes you can specify multiple template directories using setTemplateDir. Example <?php // setup template directories $smarty->setTemplateDir(array( './templates', // element: 0, index: 0 './templates_2', // element: 1, index: 1 '10' => 'templates_10', // element: 2, index: '10' 'foo' => 'templates_foo', // element: 3, index: 'foo' )); /* assume the template structure ./templates/foo.tpl ./templates_2/foo.tpl ./templates_2/bar.tpl ./templates_10/foo.tpl ./templates_10/bar.tpl ./templates_foo/foo.tpl */ // regular access $smarty->display('file:foo.tpl'); // will load ./templates/foo.tpl // using numeric index $smarty->display('file:[1]foo.tpl'); // will load ./templates_2/foo.tpl // using numeric string index $sma

Categories : PHP

GO : How to Render multiple Templates in golang?
You can easily add more .html files by just adding them as arguments: var tmpl = template.Must(template.ParseFiles( "templates/base.html", "templates/first.html", "templates/second.html", )) This works fine as long as first and second don't define the same template. However, the template package does not allow dynamic invocation of templates, using a pipeline value for the template name. So, if you are trying to do something similar to my example below, then it will not work. Some workarounds exists, and there is a discussion about it on Go-nuts. But it seems the template package is designed that you should have one *Template object per page. Broken example of attempted dynamic template invocation: Error: unexpected ".Content" in template invocation package main import

Categories : Google App Engine

Having multiple templates nested within each other using weby
Just define render as template global template_globals = {} render_partial = template.render(template_dir, globals=template_globals) render = template.render(template_dir, globals=template_globals, base='layout') template_globals.update(render=render_partial) So now you can call it from templates $:render.nested.template()

Categories : Python

XSLT Multiple templates with same match
Normally you would use "mode" to process the same node with different templates. That I think you do not need in your case. If you apply this XSLT: <xsl:stylesheet version="1.0" xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform"> <xsl:decimal-format name="de" decimal-separator="," grouping-separator="."/> <xsl:template match="/"> <root> <xsl:apply-templates /> </root> </xsl:template> <xsl:template match="/root/elem"> <xsl:element name="renamed"> <xsl:value-of select="format-number(.,'#.##0,0000','de')" /> </xsl:element> </xsl:template> </xsl:stylesheet> to your source XML: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <root> <elem>123.45</elem> <elem>789

Categories : Xml

c++ multiple definition errors using templates
Possible reasons: 1)In case You have your header not starting with #ifndef and you have included the same header twice or more. 2) In a cpp file where you are including the header containing the template, if you have again defined methods ( multiple definitions i.e., in cpp as well as in .h). The implementation of the methods in the template should be defined at the same place once.

Categories : C++

Multiple contact forms with different email templates
Here is paid extension as require to set your custom template to your Custom block extended-contacts It has very good features to use from back end to select your custom block as well as your email template with list of recipient to send email hope it will help you.

Categories : Magento

How do I dynamically load multiple templates using AngularJS?
Using ng-view to nest multiple templates is not currently supported natively in Angular.js. There are, however, multiple options to emulate that functionality. See the answers in this SO question for several of those options, including the ui-router suggested by akonsu.

Categories : Angularjs

How to give option for multiple templates for one view?
Let's say you have a Setting model with a string attribute template. You would let the user save the setting through a normal controller action. Then on the controller where you want your pdf template to show, you could do something like this. class MyController < ApplicationController def show @setting = Setting.find(params[:setting_id]) # Retrieve the setting instance respond_to do |format| format.pdf { render setting.template } end end end This will render the template named after the template the user has selected and is stored on setting as a string.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Convert XML file using XSLT (combining multiple templates)
Here is a short but complete XSLT 2.0 stylesheet: <xsl:stylesheet version="2.0" xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform" xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" exclude-result-prefixes="xs"> <xsl:output method="xml" indent="yes"/> <xsl:template match="Records"> <RECORDS> <xsl:for-each-group select="Record" group-by="Id"> <RECORD> <ITEM name="table_id" value="{current-grouping-key()}"/> <xsl:for-each-group select="current-group()[not(Name = 'table_id')]" group-by="Name"> <xsl:choose> <xsl:when test="current-group()[2]"> <LIST name="{current-grouping-key()}"> <xsl:for-each select="current-group()"> <

Categories : Xml

Using T4 Templates to Generate multiple classes based on POCO
This example isn't meant to be a solution that one can cutnpaste into a project but as an example on how one could write a template that generate code from database schema. Built a quick template to demonstrate how you might go about to generate the code artifacts. You can find the whole project here: https://github.com/mrange/CodeStack/tree/master/q18787460/ModelGenerator The template itself use T4Include.Schema to get the db schema. SMO is also completely legit to use as well, I just prefer T4Include.Schema because of the performance and that it only relies SqlConnection (T4Include.Schema is part of https://www.nuget.org/packages/T4IncludeTemplate/). The basic strategy of the template is to get hold of all tables and iterate over them generating the code artifact. <#@ include fi

Categories : C#

Multiple String Search and Replace on SQL Server (for templates)
DECLARE @t AS templateVarsType INSERT INTO @t SELECT '{planet}','World' UNION SELECT '{galaxy}','MilkyWay' SELECT dbo.applyTemplate( 'Hello, {planet}! Welcome to the {galaxy}.' , @t ) Check this fiddle http://sqlfiddle.com/#!3/edda3/10

Categories : SQL

Creating a single PDF file from multiple templates with iText
Let me summarize what the documentation says about your question: If the final document needs to be interactive, you have a problem. If you read ISO-32000-1, you'll find out that a PDF document can contain only one form. A single field can correspond with multiple widget annotations, but it can only have one value. For instance: if you have a form with the field name, and you concatenate the same form more than once (using PdfCopyFields), then all the pages containing a widget annotation corresponding with the field name will show the same name. You can't have one page where the name field shows Bruno and another field where the name field shows Joaquin. This is explained in section 6.4.3 of chapter 6 of my book, where example ConcatenateForms1 results in multiple widgets for the same fi

Categories : Java

Template specialization in case of multiple base templates in C++
Replace X with int and see which of the primary template yield a matching signature: template<class X> void foo(X a) becomes template <> void foo<int>(int) and template<class X> void foo(X *a) becomes template<> void foo<int>(int *) So, it can only be a specialization of the second function. Since the function doesn't specialize the first overload, it is necessary to declare the second primary template before you define a specialization because the specialization can't specialize the first primary template. If the template argument is not explicitly specified in the specialization, the relevant primary template is found using the normal argument deduction rules according to 14.8.2.6 [temp.deduct.decl] paragraph 1: In a declaration whose

Categories : C++

Is there a way to generate multiple files/classes with intellij code/file templates?
I think you are looking for this, Open the desired file in the editor. On the main menu, choose Tools | Save File as Template. In the File and Code Templates dialog box that opens specify the new template name and edit the source code, if necessary.save changes and close the dialog box.

Categories : Intellij Idea

How can I deploy multiple Project Templates in Visual Studio 2012 with a single VSIX file?
export template for each project , extract them, add one root.vstemplate like below. <VSTemplate Version="2.0.0" Type="ProjectGroup" xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/developer/vstemplate/2005"> <TemplateData> <Name>imagesample</Name> <TemplateGroupID>WinRT-Managed</TemplateGroupID> <Description>An example of an image template</Description> <Icon>Aha-Soft-Standard-Portfolio-Ico-design.ico</Icon> <ProjectType>CSharp</ProjectType> <TargetPlatformName>Windows</TargetPlatformName> <RequiredPlatformVersion>8</RequiredPlatformVersion> </TemplateData> <TemplateContent> <ProjectCollection> <SolutionFolder Name="WindowsPhone8">

Categories : Visual Studio 2012

Nest templates inside of templates in Laravel 4?
You can try this for multiple level nesting //index.blade.php @extends('layouts.master') @section('title') @parent :: new title @stop @section('content') <p>some static contents here</p> @stop //app.blade.php @section('content') @parent <p>Add here what ever you want to add</p> @stop now either from your Route or Controller you can nest the index and app, ex- return View::make('index')->nest('content','layouts.app'); And in case you want to pass data to child view you can do this by passing the data as third parameter to nest() return View::make('index')->nest('content','layouts.app',$data);

Categories : PHP

Ember, Handlebars, Contrib-Ember-Templates produce malformed templates on mobile browsers
This issue was relating to the mobile data provider O2 (Possibly others, but not Vodafone or 3). It appears to be because of O2's rather strict data policies, where they will minify, strip and do all kinds of crazy things to the files going over their network. A work around is provided here

Categories : Javascript

how to prove that when compile the templates in C++, the compiler create multiple copies and remove the copies when link
Number 1 is easy. Just create a bunch of different source files and include the template header in each one, and use the template class to produce some output. Then compile each source file separately. Now link them each one by one with a main program that calls it. If you don't get any linker errors but the program generates the output, that proves each compiled object file contained the template code. P.S. The extra copies might not get eliminated, they may still exist as dead code in the executable.

Categories : C++

Detect if Angular dependencies [angular-route, angular-resource, etc] are loaded for CDN fallback
This is what I use: <script src="//cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/angular-ui-bootstrap/0.5.0/ui-bootstrap.min.js"></script> <script> try { //try to load from cdn //use the name of the angular module here angular.module('ui.bootstrap'); } catch(e) { //error thrown, so the module wasn't loaded from cdn //write into document from local source document.write('<script src="sys/lib/ui-bootstrap.js"></script>'); } </script> angular.module throws an error if there is no such module, which is exactly what we need to know! try/catch is great here.

Categories : Javascript

How can I put multiple values for ng-disabled in angular js?
Use two seperate variables i.e checkA and checkB. Then for ng-disabled use the logical OR operator like this: ng-disabled="checkA || checkB" I think this is what you are trying to achieve...?

Categories : Javascript

Multiple statements in angular expression
There are a couple of issues here that are interacting. First, your statements are ordered backwards: you're setting k=j before setting j, which leads to its being undefined. Second, and more importantly, interpolated expressions (the ones in "{{}}") should not be used change the state of the scope. There's a good reason for this: Interpolation and Watches The way interpolation works is that when it compiles your html, angular registers a scope.$watch on each interpolated expression. But these watched expressions can get executed multiple times during a digest: whenever a listener modifies the scope, it causes angular to run through the watches on that scope again. For this reason, watched expressions really ought to be "idempotent": i.e., they should have no side effects / caus

Categories : Angularjs

Multiple bindings for select angular
You should have a $scope.selectedCollege property in your controller, so when a code is selected you can set the corresponding college object as the currently selected object (not sure if you have to iterate all your college objects and find the one, I don't have any code - i would put an ng-click="selectCollege($index)" on the option). That way you have all possible properties of a college in hand not just the code or the name. That should resolve both of your issues, as you would retrieve the college name of the newly selected object from $scope.selectedCollege.name.

Categories : Javascript

Angular.js ng-repeat across multiple elements
There are two options: First option is to create directive that will render several tags and replace source tag (jsfiddle) <div multi ></div> angular.module('components').directive('multi', function ($compile) { return { restrict: 'A', scope : { first : '=', last : '=', }, terminal:true, link: function (scope, element, attrs) { var tmpl = '', arr = [0,1,2,3] // this is instead of your repeater for (var i in arr) { tmpl +='<div>another div</div>' } var newElement = angular.element(tmpl); $compile(newElement)(scope); element.replaceWith(newElement); } }) Second option is to use updated source code of angular that enables comment style ngRepeat directive (p

Categories : Javascript

orderBy multiple fields in Angular
Please see this: http://jsfiddle.net/JSWorld/Hp4W7/32/ <div ng-repeat="division in divisions | orderBy:['group','sub']">{{division.group}}-{{division.sub}}</div>

Categories : Javascript

What's the idiomatic way to store a value for multiple controllers to use in Angular.js?
I would suggest storing the values in a service and injecting that service anywhere that you need the value. At config time, you can set the value to undefined and then you can fill it in whenever the value is available. This also allows you to use $watch to determine when the value is set. I'd also take a look at the HTTP Auth Interceptor Module for AngularJS. Here's a rough example that illustrates this concept. <div ng-app="exampleApp"> <div ng-controller="controller1"> {{ sharedData.someData }} </div> <div ng-controller="controller2"> <button ng-click="sharedData.someData='otherData'">Set Data</button> </div> </div> angular.module('exampleApp', []).controller('controller1', function(sharedData,

Categories : Angularjs

Angular JS - Complex Multiple OrderBy on ng-repeat
Yes, you can introduce $scope.decoratedName = function(title, seriesnumber) { return title + '-' + seriesnumber; } and then use ng-repeat ... orderBy:decoratedName(title, seriesnumber).

Categories : Angularjs

Multiple ng-view in single template (angular js)
You can have just one ng-view. You can change its content in several ways: ng-include, ng-switch or mapping different controllers and templates through the routeProvider.

Categories : Angularjs

angular ng-repeat with multiple filter options
Try writing a custom filter, and using some kind of combination like this. <select ng-options="foo.blah for foo in foos" ng-model="selection"></select> <li ng-repeat="obj in objects|filter:selection|filterFunction">{{obj}}</li> .filter('filterFunction', function() { return function (objects) { var filter_objects = []; for (var i = 0; i < objects.length; i++) { for (var j = 0; j < objects[i].weights.length; j++) { if (objects[i].weights[j].name === "Raised Panel") { filter_objects.push(objects[i]); } } } return filter_objects; } });

Categories : Javascript

Multiple index.html pages angular
You can use ngInclude to conditionally change the contents of various parts of the page. That way your header and footer can change depending on whether or not the user is authenticated, while the main content area is still serving content based on your routes.

Categories : Angularjs

Simultaneously retrieving multiple data using $q in angular
Instead of passing the object returned by resource.query directly to $q.all( you should pass resource.query().$promise. According to angular $resource documentation The Resource instances and collection have these additional properties: $promise: the promise of the original server interaction that created this instance or collection. http://docs.angularjs.org/api/ngResource.$resource update I decided to create a test by myself using an existing app I developed. I'm going to paste the code that worked for me. Maybe you have a different structure when you're calling the resources: $provide.factory('GenericResource', ['$resource','$q', function($resource,$q){ var AccountResource = $resource('/user/accounts/balances'), BankResource = $resource('/banks');

Categories : Angularjs

How does the scope reach between multiple controllers in angular?
ngController directive creates a new scope, which inherits from the parent scope. Your inner ngController declaration creates a new scope, where you can access the members of parent scope but any modification gets applied to current scope (true for string, int, boolean types), so $scope.age = true; //Creates a new property on the current scope. You should use the . notation or object if you need to handle this scenario. So age should be a object like $scope.age={overage:true}; and the corresponding binding gets affected like <div class="age red" ng-if="!(age.overage)"> whereever age is used. Please go through this https://github.com/angular/angular.js/wiki/Understanding-Scopes

Categories : Javascript



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