Meligy

Sydney, Australia

GuruStop.NET

Age: 29

Since 2005, Meligy has been involved in various kinds of web systems from payment gateways, SaaS CMS and eCommerce platforms, business workflow automations to private social media integrations and public social network integrations, working with commercial and non-profit organizations in Egypt, Middle East, Azerbaijan, and Australia.

In addition to mentoring other developers during gigs, Meligy is also an active blogger about new technologies in the .NET and web spaces, as well as a technical presenter on technologies and Agile processes in both offline usergroup communities, and his own online video tutorials.

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revised Adding attributes to input element in Handlebars (used with Ember.JS 1.0)
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revised HTML Tables + Column Widths
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answered HTML Tables + Column Widths
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answered Use $http data in service
Jan
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revised AngularJs Directive with dynamic Controller and template
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answered How should I catch a change in a bunch of dropdowns (in a table) and store it?
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comment Is it possible to use ES5 JavaScript with Angular 2 instead of TypeScript?
The reason you don't need to use directives property in component annotation for things like ngIf, ngFor anymore is that those are all now included in something called PLATFORM_DIRECTIVES, which is now included by default for all components. You can extend this object on your own and add more directives/components without specifying them explicitly. The manual shows it here angular.io/docs/ts/latest/api/compiler/…
Dec
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comment Is it possible to use ES5 JavaScript with Angular 2 instead of TypeScript?
Exactly. Component are behavioral directives, a totally new Angular 2 thing that happens to be called the same because it kinda does the same thing (DOM manipulation). Components are very good abstraction on top of Angular 2 directives so you are almost always encouraged to use them not use directives directly. This abstraction leaks a bit that you use the directives property of the component annotation even to mention custom components used in your template.
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comment Is it possible to use ES5 JavaScript with Angular 2 instead of TypeScript?
To learn more about directives in Angular 2 check Attribute Directives angular.io/docs/ts/latest/guide/attribute-directives.html and Structural Directives angular.io/docs/ts/latest/guide/structural-directives.html - It mentions that components are structural directives.
Dec
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comment Is it possible to use ES5 JavaScript with Angular 2 instead of TypeScript?
Note that Angular 2 has the concept of directives too. They are not the same directives of Angular 1 though. If you look at the filters of the search page in Angular 2 docs, you'll see "Directive" is the first filter angular.io/docs/ts/latest/api/#!?apiFilter= - Components themselves are special kind of (think child classes of) Angular 2 directives.
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comment Is it possible to use ES5 JavaScript with Angular 2 instead of TypeScript?
I came back to this question to respond to a comment on my own answer. Unfortunately this guide is quite dated. It probably was correct at the time of Oka's answer, but, for example, if you look at the angular script tag, it says alpha 26. It also puts the template in view annotation, where it can go to component now.
Dec
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comment Is it possible to use ES5 JavaScript with Angular 2 instead of TypeScript?
directives is not removed. It's just that you don't need to use them for built-in directives (ngIf, ngFor, etc) anymore. Also on use of classes, the Class in the code is a function available on the object returned by ng.core.Component(...), not the class keyword from ES6.
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answered One 2 many audio streaming, via NodeJS or whatever
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revised Is it possible to use ES5 JavaScript with Angular 2 instead of TypeScript?
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