I created my first AngularJS application the other day, in Visual Studio, and uploaded to an Azure account. Blogged about it here:
So my brother, suggested I write an similar app, but this time use the http://plnkr.co/ site.
So here goes...
First, I had to figure out my GitHub user name and password.
After changing the password, was able to log in:
And logged in with the GitHub account:
Once logged in, they have a list of already created applications you can view, so I picked an AngualJS sample app:
Clicked on edit, to see the code underneath:
So back to the GitHub site, it appears I have no repository's:
So let's create one:
And now it's created:
Clicked on the + to create a new file:
To make is simple, and because I'm a bit lazy, I went to the AngularJS org website to grab a sample code snipped:
Copied and pasted the code snipped into the GitHub page:
File now exists:
Back at the Plunker site, have the option to Launch the Editor:
I was looking for a way to import the Index.HTML page from GitHub, didn't see it, so copied and pasted the raw code into the Editor, it pre-named the file index.html:
Clicked the --> Run Button, and the page rendered on the right hand side of the screen, entered name "JB" and it displayed correctly:
This entry level project may not stop world hunger, but it shows how to get up and running in AngularJS in Plunker website in under a half hour. I added the steps for GitHub, although it's not required.
And on Plunker: First AngularJS app, simple yet effective. http://plnkr.co/users/jbloombi
Thanks for reading~! Thanks DM (my brother in Raleigh) for suggesting this blog post~! His post is located: http://bloomonclientside.blogspot.com/2014/09/plunker.html
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