Modules Tagged with "ajax"

Pretty simple phery.js AJAX service for AngularJS that mimics $resource

12 people use it

Flow.js html5 file upload extension on angular.js framework

In place "request in progress" indicator

An angular directive that will let you use Identified sham spinner.

declarative ajax requests for angularjs

Send AngularJS log messages and exceptions to your server side log. Log AJAX timeouts, errors and slow responses.

Abortable AJAX requests in AngularJS Applications

Angular directive for ajax loading indicator. This directive uses Detects any ajax request and shows the spinner.

13 people use it

A lightweight, flexible, and tasty collection of reusable UI components for AngularJS. Directive : Table, Table server side. Filter : Range.

This is a module for AngularJS that provides the ability to have control over the browser cache XHR requests

Disable HTTP request caching! Necessary for old web browsers that aggressively cache AJAX requests (e.g. IE8).

Angular Downloader is an angularjs directive that enables you to manage browser download.

Deferred compilation of Angular.js templates for applications that render HTML from asynchronous processes.

AngularJS directive that automatically shows a message or template while a value is loaded asynchronously.

0 people use it

Promise is a simple wrapper around the $http service that uses the promise interface.

AngularJS Async Ajax Request Wrapper

A small module to use synchronous AJAX requests with angularjs [Um pequeno módulo para utilizar requisições AJAX síncronas com o AngularJS]

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ladda buttons without the boilerplate code

Renamed to ng-file-upload (Lightweight Angular directive to upload files with optional FileAPI shim for cross browser support)

An Angular.JS module for creation of flexible and reusable data-driven lists.

Angular $http service extend and directive to automaticly show loader when ajax request is pending.

A thin wrapper around Angular 2+ Http service that adds ability to work with upload/download progress