Using Snorky with AngularJS

If you use AngularJS you can benefit from Angular Snorky. If you don’t, you can skip this.

Angular Snorky is a small library which modifies Snorky to use $q promises instead of ES6 promises and automatically triggers $digest cycles on event dispatching.

Using Angular Snorky

In order to use Angular Snorky you need to include angular-snorky.js after both angular.js and snorky.js.

Then, you need to add it to the dependencies of your application.

angular.module("my-app", [
  /* other dependencies */

After that, the usage of Snorky is exactly the same, you keep on using the Snorky object exported in the global object.