We'll set off with quite a simple application, where you can dynamically add tasks to a list and then gradually extend it with more complex functionality, while showing the most common AngularDart features.
We'll keep the HTML code very simple:
<!-- web/index.html --> <html ng-app> <body> <todo-list></todo-list> <script type="application/dart" src="main.dart"></script> <script src="packages/browser/dart.js"></script> </body> </html>
ng-app directive inside the
<html> tag. This tells AngularDart that everything inside this DOM tree is controlled by Angular. In practice, this means that you shouldn't modify the DOM tree by yourself and leave all DOM manipulations to Angular; otherwise, this might cause unpredictable ...