Icenium + AngularJS ?

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  1. WD
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    Posted 13 Aug 2013 Link to this post

    Hi there,

    Firstly, I am new to Icenium.. I did have a little play a while back whilst in beta, however I had to drop Icenium to work on other things.

    I have been using AngularJS quite a bit with other traditional web apps, and although I realise Kendo has their own MVVM, I'm guessing it is possible to use AngularJS with Icenium?  or is it even worth it?  
    The obvious reason is because I am using AngularJS within my other non-mobile environment, it sort of makes sense for me to carry that over.  Of course I realise Icenium is essentially HTML/CSS/JS, so just wondering if there are any gotchas?

    Thanks.
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    David Silveria
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    Posted 14 Aug 2013 Link to this post

    You should be fine using angularjs with Icenium, I've tested a sample a way back, I think this was it: https://github.com/burkeholland/icenium-angular-jqm

    Whether it is a best practices to use it in hybrid mobile app is another story, you can check stackoverflow for replies on that matter.

    Cheers
  3. WD
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    Posted 15 Aug 2013 Link to this post

    Thanks David, much appreciated for the reply and link to the example!

    Yes I agree with you about best practice.. in fairness I am actually enjoying using RequireJS/Kendo MVVM, however just for completeness of my own testing/POC, it would be good to see angular working too.. again, I might have a project with a couple of people who are mostly using angular, so makes sense for ramp-up time.

    Again, thanks for the reply,
    David.
  4. Neetu
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    Posted 07 Oct 2013 Link to this post

    Whether it is a best practices to use it in hybrid mobile app is another story, you can check stackoverflow for replies on that matter.
    Is this discussed on stackoverflow?  I would like to get some insight about best practices or why you think it would not be a good idea. Link to the discussion would be helpful too.

    Thanks
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