- Positioning: Is some what where we need the object to be placed in the graphical view i:e on screen. If we talk in DHTML sense then we have two types of positioning: Relative and Absolute.
Relative Positioning: Relative positioning is the same as the current HTML3 layout and is best reserved for situations where you want to be sure that the content will revert to this default inside a document that also uses absolute positioning.
Absolute Positioning: In DHTML absolute positioning means that the object will remain at the same position regardless of the condition of other elements and the size of the browser. In simple languages if an object/image is absolutely positioned (STYLE="position: absolute;"), with an offset of 150 pixels to the right and 250 pixels down from the left-hand corner of the browser screen then it will avail this position what ever the circumstances may be.
- Style Modifications: Style modification indicates the changes in the presentation or the view part that are being made in web page. This part comes under Cascading Style Sheet where the user style his web page by using the attributes and the tags that are pre-defined in CSS.
When the page is loaded in the browser, following action takes place:
AngularJS scans through the HTML to look for AngularJS applications and views. Once view is located, it then connects that view to the corresponding controller function.
Then, AngularJS executes the controller functions. It then renders the views with data from the model populated by the controller. The page is ready.