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This is my fifth article on file upload operations and second in AngularJS category. My previous article on AngularJS file upload used the native XMLHttpRequest() to post multiple files to a Web API controller class. However, I received few requests from developers asking me to share an example on AngularJS file upload using $http. Therefore, here I am going to show you how to use AngularJS $http service and FormData to post multiple files to a Web API controller for upload.
While working with AngularJS, we often use an ng-repeat directive to render a list of pre-defined items. I have previously written few articles where I explained the use of ng-repeat directive with various AngularJS filters. Here, in this article I’ll show you how to Push or Inject new elements inside an ng-repeat array from a $scope.
In AngularJS, the “date” filter formats a text to a given date format. You can check the AngularJS Docs for a detail summary of its in-built date formatting functions. It provides various formats, which you may add with the filter to get a desired result.
I have previously written couple of articles on file upload, especially multiple file upload in Asp.Net, along with other technologies such as Web API, HTML5 and JQuery etc. Now, in this article I am going to share with you a simple example on how to upload multiple files in AngularJS and Asp.Net Web API.
You can loop through an Array or an Object in AngularJS using the forEach() function. The function invokes the iterator function that iterates or loops through each item in an array. I am sharing two examples here, showing how to use the forEach() loop in AngularJS to extract items or values from array or an object.
In this post I have shared a very simple example on how to do CRUD operation in AngularJS using $http and Asp.Net Web API MVC 4. CRUD stands for Create, Read, Update and Delete. You will learn the entire process of how to create a database, read data from the database table, update existing data and finally learn how to delete the data, all dynamically from your AngularJS app.
Binding data in AngularJS applications are as important as any other web application. Moreover, it is important to know how to consume data from various sources using different methods. Here, in the article I am going to show you how AngularJS ng-options with SELECT dropdown list can consume data extracted using Asp.Net Web API.
Note: You may also check this post using ngFor Directive in Angular 4 to bind dynamic data to a SELECT dropdown list
The AngularJS currency Filter works very much like the number filter. However, it will format the text (a number) and displays the value prefixed with the $ (dollar) symbol. The $ is the default symbol, when no other symbol is defined.
If you are working with forms in AngularJS, I am sure you have come across a situation where you have checkboxes in your AngularJS form and you want to check if a user has selected (or checked) one of the checkboxes before submitting the form. Here, I’ll show you how to check if any checkbox is checked or unchecked from your AngularJS $scope.
You can easily bind a JSON array or data to an HTML table in AngularJS. The example that I am going to share with you here is an extension of my previous article on how to sort date extracted from a JSON array and show the data in descending order using AngularJS ng-repeat orderBy filter. Using a very similar method, now I’ll show you how to bind JSON data to an HTML table in AngularJS using ng-repeat directive.
There are many other AngularJS articles here on my blog, which are very popular and viewed thousands of times. However, I have listed the 10 most viewed AngularJS articles on encodedna.com in the year 2017. They are still visiting these posts.
It will give you an insight on how popular AngularJS framework is (still) and would encourage you to explore more and try new versions.
Thanks for reading.