Valentyn Shybanov
Software architect, Twinfield
Mobile Web Apps With AngularJS
Normal websites manifest + manifest file
<meta name="mobile-web-app-capable" content="yes">
Installs directly to the homescreen Integrates into the OS task-switcher Provides a full screen experience Offline
<html manifest="example.appcache">
</html>
CACHE MANIFEST
# 2010-06-18:v2

# Explicitly cached 'master entries'.
CACHE:
/favicon.ico
index.html
stylesheet.css
images/logo.png
scripts/main.js

# Resources that require the user to be online.
NETWORK:
*

# static.html will be served if main.py is inaccessible
# offline.jpg will be served in place of all images in images/large/
# offline.html will be served in place of all other .html files
FALLBACK:
/main.py /static.html
images/large/ images/offline.jpg
Standart ngTouch module
<div 
      ng-show="swiped"
      ng-swipe-left="swiped=true">
      Swipe me  left
</div>
<div
      ng-show="!swiped"
      ng-swipe-right="swiped=false">
      Swipe me right
</div>
Small demo Thank you!