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AngularJS Tutorial Part 5: Creating Individual Pages for Characters and Movies

This is part 5 of a multi-part Intro to AngularJS tutorial series. Part 4 can be found here. Now we’ll work on making individual pages for each Character and Movie. We’ll begin by creating new routes in the app.js file. .when('/character/:id', { templateUrl: 'views/character.html', controller: 'CharacterCtrl', controllerAs: 'character' }) .when('/movie/:id', { templateUrl: 'views/movie.html', controller: 'MovieCtrl', […]


AngularJS Tutorial Part 4: Introducing Bootstrap

This is part 4 of a multi-part Intro to AngularJS tutorial series. Part 3 can be found here, and Part 5 can be found here. Since AngularJS uses HTML based views, it’s extremely easy to add styling to your pages. I’ll use Bootstrap to turn what we’ve made so far look a little nicer. Bootstrap […]


AngularJS Tutorial Part 3: Using Star Wars API Data through Angular Controllers and Views

This is part 3 of a multi-part Intro to AngularJS tutorial series. Part 2 can be found here, and Part 4 can be found here. The Star Wars API is working, and we’re able to access information about the character. Next we’ll play around with some of the data that has been returned from our […]


AngularJS Tutorial Part 2: Introducing the Star Wars API and Angular Services

This is part 2 of a multi-part Intro to AngularJS tutorial series. Part 1 can be found here, and Part 3 can be found here. Now that we have a Hello World version of our website working, we’ll create a Service in order to connect to the Star Wars API. First go back to the […]


AngularJS Tutorial Part 1: Hello World

This is part 1 of a multi-part Intro to AngularJS tutorial series. Part 2 can be found here. Before we can churn out a kickass Star Wars website, we’ll create the “Hello World” of Angular Apps. I usually like to keep my files organized, especially since I’ve seen what happens when you have over 100 […]


AngularJS: An Introduction

Hey there! Welcome to this multi-part introduction to AngularJS, a Javascript based framework to make some kickass websites. I’ve broken down this tutorial into five sections that build on top of each other, and hope to add some more sections in the future. I originally taught this as a virtual class as part of the […]


Preparing For Grace Hopper

The Grace Hopper conference is fast approaching, and I can barely contain my excitement! I’ve been working pretty hard the last few days to try and finish all my assignments, as well as get my resume updated and other UofTHacks related business sorted out so that I can enjoy my time at Grace Hopper without […]


That One Time I Hack’ed The North

Note: This has been cross-posted on my medium account at https://medium.com/@aashnisshah Tl;dr: Hack the North was incredible. I finally managed to make it out to Hack The North, and I’m so happy I decided to go. I was a little worried about whether or not I should go since I had just gotten back from […]


Canadian Undergraduate Tech Conference

The Canadian Undergraduate Tech Conference, also know as CUTC is aimed at Undergrad students interested in Technology, bringing together a group of Technology enthusiasts with backgrounds in Computer Science, Engineering, Business, Accounting and Design. It’s an excellent representation of the future, as every industry becomes more technologically influenced. I attended CUTC in 2013 as a […]


FITC Womens Mix and Make Social

The FITC Womens Mix and Make social was hosted by Pearl Chen and Caroline McGregor at the beautiful Mozilla office and sponsored by Intel Canada. FITC is all about Future, Innovation, Technology and Creativity. It’s a 3 day conference with incredible talks by speakers from all around the world. I’ll be writing another blog about […]