This post will be covering something that I recently wanted to implement, but it seemed that it not so straight forward – animating ng-views when they change.
An example of such transitions you can check here http://code.angularjs.org/1.1.4/docs/api/ng.directive:ngView#animations . As you can see when you click on a link, the view is changed by making this slick slide animation. One thing that we notice is that the view is sliding only in one direction, but it will be really nice to have it both ways, based on the hierarchy of the views.
It’s been a long time since I last blogged, and it seems I miss it, so I decided it’s time to write a new post and try to start to write more frequently again.
One night we were out for a beer with Serge
and he asked my what’s going on with my blog and why I am not posting anything and he got me thinking…
Part of my absence in this blog was because I have been busy lately. I took part in lots of new and interesting development projects, I’ve continued my education for a masters degree, I’ve been supporting the protests
in Bulgaria, I traveled around
, I even starred in a ski/snowboarding movie