@sk sry to keep you waiting, your solutions seems to be fine. My blogpost will be only about redux with vanilla js. If you encounter any problems, feel free to report it on github or ask a question in our community.
@Travis-Adams Templates behave like different HTML files, so if you wrote a ng-controller in body or anything like that probably it won’t work.Try to specify a controller in the ons-page inside your templates.
@Fran-Diox No I mean some flicker happens on very left side when you specify width and/or height using style property in popover. It happens in Onsen 2 only. It works fine in Onsen 1. Though specifying width as I mentioned in previous post has fixed the problem.
I know what you said about scrollbar, have noticed it and wanted to get rid of it too . I understand that you are not hiding it anymore, but let me know if there is any way to hide it while showing dialog as sometime it flickers at extent to get user’s attention.
@poorna.soysa Generally, that means the object does not exist or has not been attached to the DOM. Typically, this is due to either the time you are calling the function or a scope issue. In your case, I would assume it is a scope issue, i.e. your app has not been registered with the controller.
@Евгений-Гедройц If you can make a codepen, I will play with it and try to figure out what is going on. Also, avoid using the script tag in code blocks because it makes everything faded out. @Leonardo-Augusto and I learned this the hard way.
@Flosef Are you going to use both AngularJS and jQuery? If that’s the case I think you should include jQuery before Angular, otherwise there could be problems because Angular uses some kind of jQueryLite internally.
For debugging, if you are new to this I’d recommend you using Monaca. It provides an awesome debugger application