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Intro to Webpack

Angular with Webpack - Testing with Karma, Mocha, and Chai

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Angular with Webpack - Requiring CSS & Preprocessors

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The JSON.stringify API

How to use JavaScript's String.replace

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Angular with Webpack - ES6 with BabelJS

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4 common ways to get a substring from a string in JavaScript

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Angular with Webpack - Requiring Directives

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Angular with Webpack - Introduction

Angular with Webpack - Requiring Templates

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js tutorial about Intro to Webpack

Intro to Webpack

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Webpack is a module bundler that bundles javascript and other assets for the browser. It works really well for applications and javascript libraries and is very simple frontend build tool.

angularjs tutorial about Angular with Webpack - Testing with Karma, Mocha, and Chai

Angular with Webpack - Testing with Karma, Mocha, and Chai

10:22 angularjs PRO

Testing in Angular applications takes a bit of setup. Webpack simplifies things considerably. In this lesson you'll see how to test an Angular application built with Webpack using karma, mocha, and chai.

angularjs tutorial about Angular with Webpack - Requiring CSS & Preprocessors

Angular with Webpack - Requiring CSS & Preprocessors

6:07 angularjs PRO

Making your CSS modular is a difficult thing to do, but using Webpack makes this so much easier. By adding a single line to your Webpack config, you can require you CSS, Stylus, Less, etc. files right from your directives and keep everything together.

js tutorial about The JSON.stringify API

The JSON.stringify API

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JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) is a standard method to serialize JavaScript objects and is commonly used to transfer data from the server to the browser. The browser has a JSON API that allows you to serialize a JavaScript object or array into a JSON string. This API allows you to customize the serialization very specifically as well.

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How to use JavaScript's String.replace

5:26 js PRO

In JavaScript, you can change the content of a string using the replace method. This method signature is overloaded with a bunch of different ways to do string replacement in JavaScript. This lesson covers the entire API (including an interesting DSL for the replacement string).

angularjs tutorial about Angular with Webpack - ES6 with BabelJS

Angular with Webpack - ES6 with BabelJS

2:43 angularjs PRO

Use the latest features of ECMAScript using BabelJS with Webpack. Simply add the right loader line in your webpack config and everything just works.

js tutorial about 4 common ways to get a substring from a string in JavaScript

4 common ways to get a substring from a string in JavaScript

2:38 js PRO

There are four common ways to get a substring from a string in JavaScript, substring, substr, slice, and split + join. In this lesson you'll learn what the API to each of these methods is and how they compare.

angularjs tutorial about Angular with Webpack - Requiring Directives

Angular with Webpack - Requiring Directives

3:48 angularjs PRO

With Webpack and CommonJS, the way you register directives, services, etc. with your modules can be a lot more modular. See how to register a directive with an Angular module using Webpack.

angularjs tutorial about Angular with Webpack - Introduction

Angular with Webpack - Introduction

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Webpack is a module bundler for the web. It is incredibly powerful and enables modularity in angular applications. This is the first of several lessons to get you up and going with webpack in Angular applications.

angularjs tutorial about Angular with Webpack - Requiring Templates

Angular with Webpack - Requiring Templates

2:48 angularjs PRO

With Angular, most of the time you're specifying a templateUrl for your directives and states/routes. This means you need to make sure that you're loading in these templates into the $templateCache for your tests and production. Oh, and don't forget to update all your URLs whenever you move the files around! When you add in Webpack and the raw-loader, you don't need to do this anymore. Simply require the html file and your work is done!

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