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Michael Mandato

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Creating a Data Manager with AngularJS + DreamFactory

Posted by Michael Mandato

Thu, Sep 18, 2014


Many people need an app just to perform CRUD on data. Usually they resort to using one of the many Grid or Table plugins that exist such as JTables or ngGrid. I’ve found that while these are valid solutions they generally lack the ability to enforce business rules on data entry, sometimes require additional plugins, and/or require specific formatting of data to populate the UI. The dfTable component for AngularJS attempts to be an easy to implement solution that plugs right into your AngularJS app and can work with your data right out of the box.

DreamFactory AngularJS Tutorials

The Authenticated App With AngularJS + DreamFactory User Management Module Part Three

Posted by Michael Mandato

Tue, Apr 29, 2014

Welcome back to those of you who have been following this tutorial series. To those of you just joining us I highly recommend starting at the beginning of the series with The Authenticated App with AngularJS + DreamFactory User Management. When we finished part two our application was starting to do some cool stuff. We could authenticate through the DreamFactory User Management Module without writing any code to communicate with the server and then we used that authenticated user to conditionally show navigation. We also were able to protect a route from url hacking using the 'resolve' property in Angular's $routeProvider.

The Authenticated App With AngularJS + DreamFactory User Management Part Two

Posted by Michael Mandato

Tue, Apr 15, 2014

When we last left off our application had a few routes, corresponding controllers, and templates. All we learned how to do was wire up the DreamFactory User Management module to the app and respond to its events. Not exactly earth shattering stuff. But that's all about to change in this tutorial. We're going to go over some strategies to deal with data, capture and use data from the module, and protect routes in our app.

DreamFactory Authentication Tutorials

The Authenticated App With AngularJS + DreamFactory User Management

Posted by Michael Mandato

Wed, Apr 9, 2014

This is part one of a three part tutorial. In this tutorial we will setup an AngularJS application on our local machine, install the DreamFactory AngularJS User Management Module, and connect to a DSP that lives on the DreamFactory Hosted System. Then we'll show you how to implement Authentication using the DreamFactory User Management Module. All the files for this tutorial can be downloaded from here. Let's get started!

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