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Kacper Dela
@kdela
Hi there
Does anybody know why $mdMedia returns different values in views and controllers?
samuba
@samuba
Thanks alot for that @mtraynham : )
Matt Traynham
@mtraynham
np @samuba let me know if you find anything wrong
Arne Bedurftig
@abedurftig
Hi folks,
I have questions about the material start project. I noticed that the side-nav toggle button calls a method called "toggleList" which is a reference to a method called "toggleUsersList" also defined in the controller. When I call the "toggleUsersList" method rather than the reference "toggleList" it does not work anymore.
The buttons on the side-nav call a method called "selectUser" to change the selected user.
  • What is the purpose/benefit of assigning the method "toggleUsersList" to a field called "toggleList"?
  • Why does it not work anymore when I call the "toggleUsersList" method directly?
Shristi Sharma
@Shrizzy
Because of this code here @abedurftig : var self = this;
    self.selected     = null;
    self.users        = [ ];
    self.selectUser   = selectUser;
    self.toggleList   = toggleUsersList;
    self.share        = share;
If you'd like to call it directly, you could change it to this.toggleUsersList = function {
Dave Ackerman
@dmackerman
anyone know if there's a way to do a custom build of lumx?
we really want to rip it out of our app, but we're hanging on to the menu component for now
Matt Traynham
@mtraynham
@dmackerman the dropdown directive or the select one? The dropdown looks pretty self contained: https://github.com/lumapps/lumX/blob/master/modules/dropdown/js/dropdown_directive.js
Matt Traynham
@mtraynham
As does the select. Since git doesn't support checking out a sub-tree of a repo, I'd recommend svn to just pull out the directory you want and build it yourself.
That or clone the whole repo and modify the gulp file to build only what you want.
Dave Ackerman
@dmackerman
yeah, cool
Dave Ackerman
@dmackerman
when is the menu component dropping? :smile:
Cosmin Ronnin
@kosz
We are using material. My team is undecided if to start complying with aria warnings, or try to disable it so it doesn't bother us. Are there ways to turn it off ? Or are the good arguments I can provide so that we don't try to get rid of it ?
Andrew Koroluk
@Awk34
like for not including an aria-label?
Cosmin Ronnin
@kosz
@Awk34 yes. So far people in our team have ignored it completely, now we have A LOT of aria warnings everywhere
Andrew Koroluk
@Awk34
I would just start using them
It's not just an angular material thing
Cosmin Ronnin
@kosz
Yes but angular material embeds it in such a way that it produces a lot of noise if you want the beautiful style of Material but don't want to deal with Aria. I personally would use them. But my team is a bit more conservative.
Dave Ackerman
@dmackerman
man, is there a pure CSS dropdown menu out there somewhere?
Andrew Koroluk
@Awk34
@marcysutton see @kosz
:P
Marcy Sutton
@marcysutton
@kosz are you using a lot of icon buttons? Where are you getting the warnings? I think your team should listen to what the warnings are telling you (make your app accessible) :)
aria-label is a mechanism to provide a label on something that needs it, without having to add a visual label
but if there are bugs with the warnings, I want to know so we can make them better
Arne Bedurftig
@abedurftig
Thanks @Shrizzy, still not sure what the benefit is, can you explain?
Cosmin Ronnin
@kosz
@marcysutton I don't think there are any bugs there. I am just getting into this code myself now, so I'll let you know if we find any. I think the concern was only to have the option of turning the warning off ( even though I personally agree with what you said, about paying attention to those warnings ). as always, thanks for your insight
Cosmin Ronnin
@kosz
is there no Material Design spec for Pagination ?
Ed Pelc
@epelc
I haven't seen one.
I made my own template for angular-utils pagination it works really well
Cosmin Ronnin
@kosz
I wonder if they didn't make one because it's expected to automatically load new content on scroll down ... I'd appreciate if anybody that knows exactly could tell me. I'm becoming a Material Design fanatic, I need to know :)
Eric
@calidion
date picker, toolbars are badly needed.
Dave Ackerman
@dmackerman
is there no concept of a "success" color theme in Material?
kinda seems like an oversight. not something we can't add manually, but still
Matt Traynham
@mtraynham
@dmackerman I would consider the primary color theme as the "success"
Ed Pelc
@epelc
thats how i see it
Dave Ackerman
@dmackerman
good point.
Eric
@calidion
is there any feature plan or roadmap on angular material design?
Matt Traynham
@mtraynham
@calidion You could look at the milestones, but it's been suggested those are not deadlines. https://github.com/angular/material/milestones
Dave Ackerman
@dmackerman
there still seems to be that "required" bug where the fields turn red even though they aren't invalid yet...
Eric
@calidion
@mtraynham thanks. It seems they are based on issues. Does the team have their own attitudes on how they will plan the material design besides the issues?
Matt Traynham
@mtraynham
@calidion I can't speak for the material team. But... my guess is there will be a lot of movement to get things working with the release of Angular 2.x, so they can be shipped at the same time. The new angular website already uses the alpha/beta version.
Paraphrased... "Here have this new 10x faster framework, and oh look, all these nice components work with it."
But I don't even think the Angular2 team knows when they will release, so we're all sort of in limbo. I would consider that milestone page, a probably done roadmap...
Ed Pelc
@epelc
I've been here since around 0.4 or 0.5 and the milestones are usually on time or within a few days. But I've also noticed alot of issue get pushed back(however if anything is ever added it always seems to be to the next milestone instead of a realistic milestone to begin with)
Eric
@calidion
@mtraynham thanks for the message about this new angular website. i hope angular material design team will focus on angular 1.x now. it is quite simple and inadequate now.
Dave Ackerman
@dmackerman
anyone have issues with ngSubmit not firing within a form with <md-button>`s?
when you press ENTER?