By Kyle Burns, Scott Isaacs
Guided via engineers who labored on AngularJS at Google, you’ll stroll throughout the framework’s key gains, after which construct a operating AngularJS app—from format to trying out, compiling, and debugging. You’ll learn the way AngularJS is helping lessen the complexity of your internet app.
* Dive deep into Angular’s development blocks and learn the way they interact
* achieve greatest flexibility through keeping apart good judgment, information, and presentation obligations with MVC
* gather your complete app within the browser, utilizing client-side templates
* Use AngularJS directives to increase HTML with declarative syntax
* converse with the server and enforce uncomplicated caching with the $http provider
* Use dependency injection to enhance refactoring, testability, and a number of surroundings layout
* Get code samples for universal difficulties you face in such a lot net apps
- Programming the BeagleBone
- Unity Game Development Essentials
31 Chapter 3 ■ Designing Windows Store Applications Evaluate Identified Requirements The techniques for identifying requirements all specify that care be taken not to discourage communication of any requirement that seems important or valid to any stakeholder or member of the team. This doesn’t mean that every identified requirement can or should be implemented in the finished product, just that they should all be available to evaluate. Once the realm of potential requirements has been identified, the next step is to review each requirement for appropriateness.
If you can directly (and honestly) communicate how fulfilling the requirement is necessary to allow the application to meet its goal, the requirement is appropriate. The exception to this rule is that some requirements are driven by outside forces, such as contractual obligations and regulatory requirements, and these must be met regardless of whether they contribute to meeting the application’s higher-level goal. Figure 3-2 illustrates the decision process used to decide whether to promote a potential requirement to a requirement that will be implemented.
29 Chapter 3 ■ Designing Windows Store Applications Figure 3-1. Impedance mismatch The primary cause of the impedance mismatch that often causes developers to build what is asked for instead of what is needed is that everyone involved in the process sees his or her own view very clearly and cannot imagine how others could see things any differently. The impedance mismatch can be reduced, if not avoided altogether, by starting the design process by acknowledging that people’s understanding of different topics will vary and by committing to an environment where nothing is taken for granted.