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Erikari
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Erikari
21 days 2 hours ago

Thanks for teaching me Handlebars and Json 😀

Christoph Senn
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Christoph Senn
28 days 2 hours ago

It was a very helpful tutorial for my web project so thank you very much. My question now is about how to do a if helper function for to filter species. Like display it if species=cat, hide if species=dog… that would be very great for me…

Abul4u
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Abul4u
1 month 12 hours ago

Thanks a lot… very helpful.Please create more videos on WP rest api with angularjs 4Thanks in Advance

Jennow
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Jennow
1 month 13 days ago

Thank you so much

ARIVILIAR
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ARIVILIAR
1 month 15 days ago

Funny, crystal-clear explainer. I love your videos, keep it up dude!

Caged
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Caged
1 month 19 days ago

Purrsloud is now 1 year old.

Mehdi Azhar
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Mehdi Azhar
1 month 24 days ago

Hey! Love your work. In this video I am not being able to see the <h2> element, i.e. in this case the names of pets, even though I have followed each and every step thoroughly. Please help?

Mike Gmez
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Mike Gmez
1 month 29 days ago

Thanks buddy, very simple and useful. Keep it going !!

Leo Tamim
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Leo Tamim
2 months 16 hours ago

webpack integration at the end makes this tutorial onair — Thanks .But i have a question ? For large e-commerce business web application can i use this kind of templating structure and is it's performance will be ok ??

Yavor
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Yavor
2 months 10 days ago

I have a big problem. The first cat is now more than 1 year old so I cannot use your if else statement to display "less than an year old". :(Other than that, an excellent tutorial!

funzo88
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funzo88
1 month 8 days ago

You can still test the if statement by saying "if (age == 1)"

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