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medsupp-quoter

Medsup Quoter App

This is a fork/based on Sean's Angular Starter App with component and service generators using gulp for easy component development. Uses Karma-Mocha-Chai as test suit and Babel Loader and Webpack for ES6

Instructions for Installation

  1. Fork and Clone Repository.
  2. Open terminal and cd to path of the repo.
  3. Install any node modules: npm install
  4. Install gulp: npm install gulp -g

Running the Enviornments

Development

npm run dev

Test (Karma-Mocha-Chai)

npm run test

Production

npm run build

Generators

This app comes with some helpful and generators for creating a new component/service. You simply have to hook them up to your components.js and services.js file.

To create a new component:

gulp component --name <NAME_OF_YOUR_COMPONENT>

To create a new common component:

gulp common_component --name <NAME_OF_YOUR_COMPONENT>

To create a new service

gulp service --name <NAME_OF_YOUR_SERVICE>

Project Structure

/app
  /assets
    /images
      /foo.png
  /common
    /button
      /button.js
      /button.component.js
      /button.controller.js
      /button.html
      /button.scss
      /button.test.js
    /navbar/
    /components.js
  /components
    /about
      /about.js
      /about.component.js
      /about.controller.js
      /about.html
      /about.scss
      /about.test.js
    /home/
    /components.js
  /services
    /users
      /users.js
      /users.service.js
      /users.test.js
    /documents/
    /services.js
  /app.config.js
  /index.js
  /index.html
  /index.scss

Main/Entry File To the Project

index.js is the main entry file which serves as the total include point for all of your components, services, assets, and styles.

Notice that throughout the project, that the angular setter/getter is called once, and is assigned to a constant which is passed through each of the dependancy trees so that it is exposed to the rest of the imported/exported components.

Why? Because this makes your components more modular, allowing whatever angular.module object to be assigned to the exported component/component set.

// index.js 
// Angular & Router ES6 Imports 
import angular from 'angular';
import angularUIRouter from 'angular-ui-router';
import appComponents from './components/components.js';
import commonComponents from './common/components.js';
import appServices from './services/services.js';
import appConfiguration from './app.config';
 
// Single Style Entry Point 
import './index.scss';
 
if (ENVIRONMENT === 'test') {
  console.log('ENV:', ENVIRONMENT);
  require('angular-mocks/angular-mocks');
}
 
const app = angular.module('app', ['ui.router']);
 
// Components Entrypoint 
appComponents(app);
 
// Common Components Entrypoint 
commonComponents(app);
 
// App Services Entrypoint 
appServices(app);
 
// Router Configuration 
// Components must be declared first since 
// Routes reference controllers that will be bound to route templates. 
// appConfiguration(app);