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Tutorial 2: Basic App in AngularJS – Guitar App

In AngularJS by Hafiz Faraz3 Comments

In this AngularJS Tutorial I’ll be creating a very basic Angular JS application. If you don’t know what Angular JS is then select tutorial 1 from the following list of angularjs tutorials.

Lets build a guitar app in angularjs

  1. Download Angular JS (Make sure  that file you download must be named as Angular.min.js file).
  2. Create a folder on your computer named as Guitar App.
  3. Inside ‘Guitar App’ folder create another folder named as ‘lib’ (short name for library).
  4. Create another folder named as ‘Angular’ inside ‘lib’ folder.
  5. Copy and paste the angular.min.js file(that you downloaded on step 1) inside Angular folder.
  6. Create index.html file inside ‘Guitar App’ folder and add the following code to it.Basic-AngularJS-App
  7. Make sure your folder & files are in the same order as represented in picture.
    Basic Angular App

    Folder and Files order

  8. Done. Run it in browser and enter some value in input field and see the magic.

Code Explanation:

I’ll explain bold items in step 6. ng-app is a directive, tells the browser that their is a code coming up. angular.min.js is file name that you downloaded in step 1. ng-model directive binds an input,selecttextarea (or custom form control) to a property. ng-model is name as “name” to bind it to {{name}}. you can name anything you want. {{name}} is our template that shows us result. you can name it whatever you want but it has to be same as model name so that It bind to user input, in our case.

Try it yourself:

  • Create another template and try writing 1+2    i.e  {{1+2}} and tell what you got?
  • Create another template and try writing Hafiz (thats my name) i.e {{“Hafiz”}} and tell what you got?

NOTE: template must be inside an html tag otherwise it won’t work.

Tutorial 1: Introduction to AngularJS Tutorial 3: MVC in AngularJS

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