Cute is a small (<1000LOC), readable rewrite of a sub-set of AngularJS.
It's designed to help you understand how AngularJS really works, and perhaps be useful on modern mobile devices (it's 3kb gzipped + minified).
Do not expect Cute to be very useful yet - it's 0.0.0. Consider it something to read to get a good overview of how AngularJS works. Later, it might get to a stage where it'd be fun to use.
Counter in child scope
Cute's scope system allows you to
All your AngularJS favorites are present in Cute's core directives, with the cute prefix (
te-). Take a look at the directives on offer.
All the tools used to write the core directives are available to you for use in writing your own.
Routing isn't coupled to Angular's core strengths.
$router is normally replaced with ui-router to bring additional power. Cute will work with a router of your choice - documentation and a production ready version of a
te-view component is TODO.
There's no need to provide a built-in AJAX library if we don't attempt to solve problems such as template loading. As AngularJS doesn't provide a module-loader, its built-in template loading is unlikely to be used in production anyway: the loading/build system you'll pick will handle it. Cute leaves AJAX up to you!