Building a Real-time App with AngularJS & Firebase

As a part of a code-to-impress-project, I developed a Real-time Time Tracking Application. It is built with AngularJS, Firebase and AngularFire.

Try opening the demo in different browsers, or even on your smartphone, to see how the real-time magic works out when starting/stopping the tracker, editing notes or project names.

5 Replies to “Building a Real-time App with AngularJS & Firebase”

  1. Hello Jesper,

    I’m interrested in your application. Is it open for further developing? I want to work further on it.

    1. Hi Henk-Jan,
      Sure, feel free to go ahead. Just clone or fork or whatever you like 🙂
      As the blog post (and the code) is quite old now I would expect it could break if you update the dependencies… Maybe. Or maybe not. Just a thought 🙂

      Best regards

  2. Hi Jesper,
    I am running it locally but cannot see any Add project button, is that expected?
    I tried on Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome.
    Thank you.

  3. I am quite new in Angular.

    I looked it up and was able to check the error in chrome using F12.
    “angular.js:9827 XMLHttpRequest cannot load file:///C:/Users/rems/dev/Angular/timetracking1/angularfire-timetracker-master/app/views/logs.html. Cross origin requests are only supported for protocol schemes: http, data, chrome, chrome-extension, https.”

    I looked a way to host it and came up with a http-server host.

    I used npm init to initialize my repo and add a section scripts with start :
    http-server -a localhost -p 80000 -c-l

    And it’s working!

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