Angular and Slim

Another layer of abstraction? Why not. In comes Slim, a lightweight
templating engine.

Slim saves you a bit of hassle when you’re writing HTML. IDs and classes
are much easier to identify and assign, attributes are defined
identically to HTML, no more closing tags, and a lot of miscellaneous

  .list-item ng-repeat='i in items'
    h1() {{}}
    span.timestamp() {{i.timestamp}}


<div id="item-ctn">
  <div class="list-item" ng-repeat="i in items">
    <span class="timestamp">{{i.timestamp}}</span>

If you use grunt for your build workflow this task will come in handy.


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Isolate Scope Helpers

Author’s note - This has changed in Angular 1.2. Directives with isolated scopes will only share this isolated scope with other directives that explicitly request it. It will no longer impact regular directives. Isolate scope is a... Continue →