By Sandeep Panda
What will I learn?
In this functional and fun-to-read e-book, you'll study the basics of AngularJS, resembling scopes, modules and controllers. You'll then movement directly to extra refined options, together with utilizing directives, filters and expressions to construct a whole unmarried web page internet application.
Discover the facility of AngularJS's two-way info binding
Using AngularJS and TDD
Get to grips with modules, scopes, and controllers
Enhance your HTML with directives
Build an entire operating unmarried web page web publication software as you learn
And even more
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The memory occupied by the component will be released by the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) garbage collector. However, if the application holds a reference to the component, it will not be collected with the garbage. Using Component Attributes In the following section, I will introduce you commonly used attributes of component in ZUML pages. One of the crucial attributes is id, which assigns a identifier to a component. You can decide whether to create a component or not by specifying the statement in if or unless attributes.
To further simplify some common tasks, ZK supports the commonly used message box and file upload dialogs. Messagebox) is a utility class to show message boxes. It is typically used to alert a user when an error occurs or to prompt a user for a decision. An example is shown in Listing 4-17. Listing 4-17. //remove the file } Chen firstPress: Introducing the Versatile ZK Components 49 Since it is common to alert a user of an error, a global function called alert() is available for zscript. The alert() function is a shortcut of the show() method in the Messagebox class.
Therefore, requests for the same desktop are processed sequentially. Requests for different desktops are processed in parallel. The Request Processing Phase Depending on the specifications in the request, the ZK AU engine might update the content of affected components so that their content is the same as what is shown on the client. Then, it posts corresponding events to the queue. The Event Processing Phase This phase is the same as the event processing phase of loading a ZUML page. It processes events one by one and uses an independent thread for each.