Recent Tracks with AngularJS

March 20, 2013

AngularJS is an MVC framework for javascript. It is best suited for round-tripping resources with a RESTful service. In this post, I will simply get a list of recent tracks from, treating each track as a resource. The API is documented here. There is no round-tripping in this example. I’ll also be utilizing Twitter Bootstrap for layout.

To start, create the AngularJS application and a controller for recent tracks. Since this is a simple application, there are no routes and views. The controller will be invoked inline on the main page. Routes and views are easily added once you get a handle on the framework.

The HTML (simplified for brevity).

The resulting grid will look something like this: