Where do we want to store our data in Angular JS and how does it flow through your web/mobile app. This is especially important if you are using Angular JS in the mobile context. Recently I’ve been working on some Ionic Framework apps. Here is my example. The user leaves the page then navigates back. […]
So this problem initially started when I found myself repeating similar functions across controllers. I also wanted to be able to access these functions from the view, which is why they are attached to the $scope. Notice both controllers contain the same function. I suppose we could attach this function to the $rootScope but that sounds […]
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