My articles about Angular

Five common error messages in Angular.js and how to quickly solve them

When using Angular.js and something goes wrong with your code, the first place to look for an error message that came from your JavaScript code is in the console of the browser debugger that you use (for example Chrome developer tools or IE F12).

In the following list you see a collection of common error messages that you will most probably come along when you implement web application with Angular.js. Together with each message you see a quick solution to fix your code:

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Create a drop-down list with custom options text and value in Angular

It is a common practice that the text of the options of a select drop-down box is a combination of a shortcut and it’s full text label.

For example consider the following array of JSON objects that a server might return:

var countries = [
    {"shortcut": "DE", "label": "Germany"},
    {"shortcut": "GB", "label": "Great Britain"}
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