Trouble-shooting Tip For Angular Directives (Or, Learning To Love Hyphens All Over Again)

I have a couple of apps that make $http.get() calls and I wanted to be able to show a nicely formatted error message with ugly error details hidden, but accessible.  Basically, this:

And then if the user clicks on the error, they see more info:

Simple stuff.  Since the exact same potential error can appear in the […]

HTTP 406 Error When Using Angular $http.get Against SharePoint REST End Points

Update: Marc AD ndersson pointed out this great piece of info: http://blogs.office.com/2014/08/13/json-light-support-rest-sharepoint-api-released/.  That explains a lot .

That may be the worst title of a blog post ever!  Anyhoo.

I typically do all of my prototyping against an O365 instance.  I have my personal instance so that I don’t have to be worried about affecting anyone else.  […]

How-to: Enable Multiple Angular SharePoint Web Parts on the Same Page

This blog posts describes how you can have multiple Angular.js based SharePoint web parts (referenced via a content editor web part) on the same page.  I’m calling a content editor web part (CEWP) that references JavaScript built using the Angular.js framework an “Angular Web Part.”

Angular’s bootstrap process is super easy and just about every example […]

Angular Fails to Bootstrap in IE9

I’ve been playing around with Angular.js for the last long while and for the life of me, I could NOT get my Angular apps to launch in IE9.  They all work fine in IE11 but IE9 would just show the curly braces and similar bits.

I searched around and couldn’t find anyone complaining about his problem.  […]