@ledge/ng-app

Powerful, easy-to-use app container for Angular.js with ES Modules. Types included. IE11 supported.

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Powerful, easy-to-use app container for Angular.js with ES Modules. Types included. IE11 supported.

Designed for native modules

import { app, NgRouter } from '@ledge/ng-app';
import * as components from './components';
import * as routes from './routes';

import 'ng1dependency1';
import 'ng1dependency2';

/**
 * Use any Angular.js module
 */
app.addDependencies('ng1dependency1', 'ng1dependency2');

/**
 * Submit your component declarations as a simple object
 */
app.addComponents(components);

/**
 * Write interceptors with no boilerplate
 */
app.addHttpInterceptor({
    request(cfg) {
        // ...
        return cfg;
    },
    requestError(err) {
        // ...
        return err;
    },
    response(rsp) {
        // ...
        return rsp;
    },
    responseError(err) {
        // ...
        return err;
    },
});

/**
 * Work with raw Angular.js module APIs
 */
app.module.run(['serviceName', (serviceName) => {
    // run block code
}]);
app.module.config(['serviceName', (serviceName) => {
    // config block code
}]);

/**
 * Use state-based routing with angular-ui-router
 * @see https://github.com/angular-ui/ui-router
 * @see https://github.com/ui-router/core
 */
class AppRouter extends NgRouter {
    constructor() {
        this.routes = [/* ... */];
    }
    getRoutes() {
        return this.routes;
    }
}
app.setRouter(new AppRouter());

/**
 * Initiate the container
 */
app.bootstrap();

Statically referenceable singleton services

import { app } from '@ledge/ng-app';

const http = app.http; // using $http service
const log = app.log; // using $log service + custom toast w/ bootstrap classes
const modal = app.modal; // using custom modal w/ bootstrap classes

Built-in, zero-config components

  • Compatible with Bootstrap 4
  • Supports disabled, required and readonly attributes, as well as their ng-equivalents
  • Generates well-formed & accessible HTML structures with labels, ids, names, etc.
  • Validation applied via angular-messages
<text-input ng-model="model1">
    Label Text
</text-input>
<html-input ng-model="model1" type="number" min="0" max="100" step="1">
    Label Text
</html-input>
<html-input ng-model="model1" type="range" min="0" max="100" step="1">
    Label Text
</html-input>

<text-box ng-model="model2" required>
    Other Label Text
</text-box>
<date-input ng-model="dateInput" min-date="minDateValue" max-date="maxDateValue">
    Date Label Text
</date-input>

<check-box ng-model="model3">
    <!-- "Model 3" will be generated as the label text  -->
    <contain>
        <text-input type="number" ng-model="model4" ng-disabled="!model3" min="1" max="2">
            <!-- This label text will be used for screen readers -->
            Description for the Model 3 checkbox
        </text-input>
    </contain>
</check-box>

<fieldset class="form-group">
    <legend>
        Legend Text
    </legend>
    <radio-list ng-model="model5" list="[{Text: 'Item 1', Value: 1}, {Text: 'Item 2', Value: 2}]"></radio-list>
</fieldset>

IE11 Support

ng-app .js bundles are compiled to ES5 & are drop-in ready for IE11

ng-app .cjs/.mjs bundles are compiled to ES2015 & are NOT drop-in ready for IE11 (see below)

ng-app requires no polyfills to run in IE11

Starter HTML

<!DOCTYPE html>
    <html lang="en">
    <head>
        <base href="/">
        <meta charset="UTF-8">
        <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
        <title>Document</title>
    </head>
    <body>
        <fieldset ng-controller="AppController as $ctrl">
            <legend>Modal</legend>
            <button type="button" ng-click="$ctrl.openModal()">Open Modal</button>
            <button type="button" ng-click="$ctrl.openConfirmToast()">Open Confirmation Toast</button>
        </fieldset>

        <script src="https://unpkg.com/angular@1/angular.min.js"></script>
        <script src="https://unpkg.com/angular-messages@1/angular-messages.min.js"></script>
        <script src="https://unpkg.com/@ledge/ng-app@6/build/ng-app.production.js"></script>

        <script>
            ngApp.app.module
                .controller(
                    'AppController',
                    ngApp.app.makeComponentController(function AppController() {
                        var $ctrl = this;

                        $ctrl.openModal = function openModal() {
                            ngApp.app.modal.open({
                                controller: function ModalController() {
                                    this.title = 'Example Modal';
                                    this.body = 'Body';
                                },
                                title: '{{$ctrl.title}}',
                                template: '<p class="lead">{{$ctrl.body}}</p>',
                            });
                        };

                        $ctrl.openConfirmToast = function openConfirmToast() {
                            $ctrl.$log.confirm('Yes or No?')
                                .then(() => $ctrl.$log.success('Yes!'))
                                .catch(() => $ctrl.$log.info('No...'));
                        };
                    }),
                );

            ngApp.app.bootstrap().then(function () {
                ngApp.app.log.success('Welcome... to The World...');
            });
        </script>
    </body>
</html>

Using build tools

By default, the .mjs bundle will be used. This bundle is compiled to es2015 and does NOT run in IE11 out-of-the-box. You can either alias to the es5 bundles or transform the bundle using a plugin. For an example of the latter, see the webpack configuration in the project repository.

If you find any bugs or have a feature request, please open an issue on github!

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