Even though this is a small example of how to extend HTML to do new things by using directives, we want to start your wheels turning on what kind of applications you would write if you could create HTML tags and attributes to do whatever you wanted. 4 Summary This concludes our tour of Angello Lite. 1 in action, we’ll spend the rest of the book digging into these concepts a lot deeper and in a more useful context as we start to work with Angello.
From there we’ll introduce services by creating AngelloModel and a directive by creating the story directive. We won’t go through Angello Lite line by line, but we’ll sufficiently cover the highlights so that you’ll be conversant in what’s happening. By the time you finish this chapter, you’ll at least be able to fake your way through an AngularJS dinner party! The thing to keep in mind when building out Angello Lite is that it is a masterdetail interface, which shows up in almost every single web application in one form or another.