Defining a Method on the Scope

John Lindquist
InstructorJohn Lindquist

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Armed with Controllers and service factories, you'll probably want to do some work on the data to give your app behaviors. In this video we will look at providing that behavior by defining a method on the scope. This method will be bound within the HTML and update live as input changes.

Joel Hooks
Joel Hooks
~ 6 years ago

We update the code example and add annotations. We won't be updating the video for this lesson, preferring to work on new content.

It is greatly appreciated when comments are added that explain the specific issues in lessons when discovered to let others know what's up. There's only two of us here at egghead, and we do what we can.

roberto
roberto
~ 6 years ago

Hi Joel,

I'm also starting to realize the out-of-date videos as well- because I am not sure how to quite follow along properly.

Would you recommend to still watch these videos to get a basic gist of this and hopefully the intermediate vids clear up the confusion ?

Any advice on how to proceed would greatly be appreciated ! :)

Rodrigo
Rodrigo
~ 5 years ago

I want to adhere to the requests above. I'm newbie to this, and it was sort of confusing when watching these videos, which are part of the "New To Angular? Start Learning Here?"

I've paid for this service, it would be nice that at least you could be taking care of the newbies. Experienced people could automatically realize of an outdated example and just go on, or even understand why it is outdated. For Newbies, it's just confusing and holds back the advance on the learning process.

Paul
Paul
~ 5 years ago

There is a jump from the revamped previous videos introducing states and services and this, which uses a factory. Very confusing.

The very principle of your training paradigm, "simple step by step tutorials" is broken here.