|Q / Set up / Dynamic Web Development / AngularJS [message #1776844]
||Wed, 22 November 2017 08:47
| Markus Alpers
Registered: November 2017
I want to develop AngularJS in Eclipse. Currently I am stuck with warnings like "undefined attribute name (ng-app)". My system is a Windows 10 x64 with the most current updates, same goes for the JRE/JDK and Eclipse Oxygen.
Probably important: I actually want to start working with AngularJS not Angular.
Previous development: Before I only developed Java SE in Eclipse Oxygen but I am aware that I will need to set up a server (node.js or Apache) and/or a runtime environment to actually start an AngularJS application on my system.
So I installed the AngularJS add-on via Marketplace, created a new static web project and configured it as an AngularJS project. While autocomplete did offer AngularJS-properties (e.g. ng-app), the Editor showed the mentioned warnings.
So next I checked the getting started section of the add-on https://github.com/angelozerr/angularjs-eclipse/wiki/Getting-Started where Preferences -> Tern is mentioned that is used to "connect" a node.js installation. Well "Tern" does not appear in my installation. So I stopped Eclipse, installed node.js, restarted the system and found that still there was no Preferences -> Tern entry.
Now in the description the AngularJS plug-in/add-on the WTP is mentioned. So I thought that maybe I would need Eclipse WTP to be able to actually start developing. So next I installed an individual Eclipse for Java EE (which contains WTP) in a directory of its own and installed the AngularJS add-on. After a restart the warnings remained. (Well there's still no Preferences -> Tern entry...)
So I downloaded an Apache Server (v9) manually, extracted the archive, added it as a server via Windows -> Preferences -> Server -> Runtime Environment. Well this didn't help either.
Now I'm feeling rather stuck. So before I keep on trying to find a solution on my own does anyone of you have a hint of how to get started with developing AngularJS on Eclipse?
The code snippet that I'm using is this (from angularjs(dot)org ):
<script (had to delete this part because it contains a link and this is my first post on the eclipse forums)></script>
<input type="text" ng-model="yourName" placeholder="Enter a name here">
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