#100DaysOfCode - Day 39: AngularJS - Componentization (is that a word)?
As a continuation from yesterday, I’ve completed the next chapter in AngularJS Fundamentals, the 2nd to last chapter, Creating Custom Angular Directives. I also got started with Testing Angular applications using Karma and Jasmine on JetBrains’ WebStorm, but found that it may be a bit excessive for today and decided to put it off for tomorrow night.
In regards to my work today, I’m currently working on a project porting things over to components in AngularJS to improve reusability (a core object-oriented tenet) in our codebase. I’m working on a really tough (for me) problem on how to approach the connection between controllers and services, so here’s to hoping that the rest of my night is a productive one!
Looping back, I also fixed an issue with my Google Tags, where I’ve found that an External Link tracker had false positives when I was clicking links on localhost/127.0.0.1 domains when testing. I was able to fix this by changing the “match” to disclude anything that matches the following Regular Expression:
https?:\/\/(mochsner\.github\.io|127\.0\.0\.1|localhost). Will have to wait until tomorrow to see if that worked!