In just a few lines of code you could have an off-canvas slide in side-menu, a set of tabs, a bunch of nice toggles and lots of others. The list of components is increasing all the time...
Stateless JWT based authentication server
A node seed for applications that need routing, authentication and database connectivity.
There is are more than one AngularJS 'seed' app out there but this is mine and personally I think this is easier to follow than others.
Firebase is an awesome tool. It is a JSON document storage database, but with some sweet extras. It's got enough support that you can essentially forego any server side code and rely solely on Firebase's excellent API to produce websites and apps. This is a getting started site to help you organised your code and separate concerns clearly and appropriately. Have a play!
So many sites use Markdown (mainly because it's awesome!), so why not see how we could integrate a markdown solution into an Angular app? This is my take on it, hopefully you'll see that it is flexible and de-coupled. Download the zip and run the webpage and see how easy it is to use. This plugin uses MarkdownDeep behind the scenes.
How many times have you written the same validation over and over again? Form validation has always been a bit of chore to do and a pain to get right. AngularJS has made form validation easier to build, but until now a comprehensive library of pre-set validators was missing.
Uses flexbox to produce flexible easy to use classes for rows and columns. There are 2 versions of Grid. A modern version and one with -prefixes- for better browser support.
After building several websites and applications using Angular and evolving my own best practices I'd thought I'd document the first thing I do, the directory structure. Once you have that you can start filling in the gaps and really think about the construction of your Angular app
I've used AngularJS a lot over the past couple of years and I've found more often than not that there are at least 3 different way of accomplishing the same thing. I've always thought a guide of how best to use it would be helpful. So here it is.