Hi dear reader,
you’ll be pleased to know that I have converted the project into AngularJS.
AngularJS was not even mentioned in the book but I figured it was time to demonstrate a way of implementing AngularJS on the script and it is a cool implementation as you may see on the following link:
This book can be used as a reference if you need a detailed explanation on how a certain method works.
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Google has come up with a modern solution: AngularJS
AngularJS is a way to make your HTML more dynamic and it is easy to implement.
Take a look at my sample here:
Have fun testing it!
“People that learn quickly only focus on the information and skills that matter – excuses don’t matter, and they are thought viruses.” – Kevin Horsley
“No time? Time is always there; you just need to schedule it.”
Here’s a cool way to test your knowledge on Math.random, ceil, floor and round:
reference variables, value variables, stack vs heap?
is short, sweet and right to the point.
Here’s my link: http://bit.ly/1wz2rLq
Have a great weekend!!
Time to practice some code!
Create a function named smallestFactor that finds and displays the smallest factor of any number (num).
Then call the function by passing in the value of 100. It should display the number 2 as a result.
Whenever you’re ready to look at my examples please refer to