Development Blog

Development Blog

Feeds, Pagination, Blog and More

Today has been a busy day for me and Angular Modules.

There are a few new features on the site, and the first one is this blog! As the ngmodules.org develops, I wanted to make sure there was a place to document the new features, and this is where those updates will be. Comments always welcome!

Also, based on a request from the AngularJS Google+ Community I have implemented an atom feed for new modules

Also, I have added sorting to the modules, which you will find at the top of the home page. You can sort by popularity, newest, and alphabetically.

Finally I have implemented pagination. I set the number of modules per page to 15. Since as of today we have 10 modules listed, there is no visible difference. So let's post some angular modules and kick that pagination into gear!

As always, feedback is welcome, let me know if I broke something either either in the comments or by opening a new issue on github.

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By Jim Hoskins

Dec 10, 2012

Welcome to the Blog!

Angular Modules now has a blog! Hoorary!

Right now this site is undergoing rapid changes and this blog is where I can post new features and discuss new ideas for the site.

The goal of ngmodules.org is to be a central location for publishing and finding AngularJS modules, plugins, extension, or whatever we call them.

AngularJS provides such an easy way to build very interesting interactive web applications, but once you go beyond the core functionality, the level of experience required to work with AngularJS rises sharply.

If we can make it easy for everyone to find a directive or service fitting their needs, AngularJS has ability to become used by everyone, not just those with the JavaScript chops to write a custom directive.

So please, if you are an AngularJS developer, share some of your reusable modules with the world to make AngularJS and it's community stronger.

There is still much to do here on Angular Modules, and if you'd like to help, please do create an issue on github or if you feel so inclined fork the code and send a pull request

Thanks to everyone in the AngularJS community for being so supportive!

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By Jim Hoskins

Dec 10, 2012