I’ve spent some time over the weekend and last week tidying up my initial AngularJS code and learning about some more advanced topics in order to reduce code repetition and standardise my approach to handling success and failure around $http calls to Web API.
Not being someone who is shy of creating new public GitHub repositories I’ve spun what I’ve written out into an open source (MIT License) Accidental Fish AngularJS Pack (how grand!) and written some documentation for it. You can find it over at GitHub.
It contains some element level directives for Bootstrap 3 boilerplate and some wrappers for communicating with Web API responses.
Code quality should improve over time as I learn more about AngularJS – I’m really only a beginner.