Hell0 Hell0 - 28 days ago 9
AngularJS Question

Angular app is not rendering properly on the browser

I'm writing an store app with angular, but it's not renring properly on
the browser. I think i missed something but i can't see what:

I cutted the html file. It is just showing the first lines on which is writed
the link


I had fixed the punctuation signs by adding
<meta charset="utf-8">
. So by now the characters are showing poperly. I thing i forgot to add some other script from
angular aplication
but i can't see what!

it should show titles and images, but it didn't


<!DOCTYPE html>
<html ng-app="gemStore">
<meta charset="utf-8">
<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge">
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="bootstrap.min.css" />
<script type="text/javascript" src="angular.min.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="app.js"></script>
<body class="list-group" ng-controller="StoreController as store">
<h1 class="text-center">Prueba tienda</h1>
<h2 class="text-center">_ aplicación con Angular-js _</h1>
<div class="list-group-item" ng-repeat = "product in store.products">
<em class="pull-right">{{product.price | currency}}</em>
<!-- Image gallery -->
<div class="gallery" ng-show="product.images.length"
ng-controller="GalleryController as gallery">
<img ng-src="{{product.images[gallery.current]}}">
<ul class="list-inline thumbs">
<li class="thumbnail" ng-repeat="image in product.images">
<img ng-src="{{image}}" />

<section class="tab" ng-controller="TabController as tabber">
<ul class="nav nav-pills">
<li ng-class="{active: tabber.isSet(1)}">
<a href ng-click="tabber.setTab(1)">Description</a></li>
<li ng-class="{active: tabber.isSet(2)"}>
<a href ng-click="tabber.setTab(2)">Specs</a></li>
<li ng-class="{active: tabber.isSet(3)">
<a href ng-click="tabber.setTab(3)">Reviews</a></li>

<!-- Review Tab's content -->
<div ng-show="tabber.isSet(1)">

<div ng-show="tabber.isSet(2)">
<blockquote>Shine: {{product.shine}}</blockquote>
<div ng-show="tabber.isSet(3)">

<!-- Product Reviews List-->
<li ng-repeat="review in product.reviews">
<strong>{{review.stars}} Stars</strong>
<cite class"clearfix">-{{review.author}} on {{review.createdOn | date}}</cite>

<!--Review Form -->
<form name="reviewForm"
ng-controller="ReviewController as reviewCtrl"
ng-submit="reviewForm.$valid && reviewCtrl.addReview(product)" novalidate>
<!-- Live Preview -->
<strong>{{reviewCtrl.review.stars}} Stars</strong>
<cite class="clearfix">—{{reviewCtrl.review.author}}</cite>

<!-- Review Form -->
<h4>Submit a Review</h4>
<fieldset class="form-group">
<select ng-model="reviewCtrl.review.stars" class="form-control"
ng-options="stars for stars in [5,4,3,2,1]"
title="Stars" required >
<option value="">Rate the Product</option>
<fieldset class="form-group">
<textarea class="form-control" placeholder="Write a short review of the product..."
title="Review" ng-model="reviewCtrl.review.body"></textarea>
<fieldset class="form-group">
<input ng-model="reviewCtrl.review.author" type="email" class="form-control"
placeholder="jimmyDean@example.org" title="Email" required/>
<fieldset class="form-group">
<input type="submit" class="btn btn-primary pull-right" value="Submit Review"



(function() {
var app = angular.module('gemStore');

app.controller('GalleryController', function() {
this.current = 0;

this.setCurrent = function(value) {
this.current = value || 0;

app.controller('StoreController', function() {
this.products = gems;

app.controller('TabController', function() {
this.tab = 1;

this.setTab = function(selectTab) {
this.tab = selectTab;
this.isSet = function(tabde) {
return this.tab == tabde;

app.controller('ReviewController', function() {
this.review = {};

this.addReview = function(product) {
this.review.createOn = Date.now();
this.review = {};

var gems = [{
name: 'Azurite',
description: "Some gems have hidden qualities beyond their luster, beyond their shine... Azurite is one of those gems.",
shine: 8,
price: 110.50,
rarity: 7,
color: '#CCC',
faces: 14,
images: [
}, {
name: 'Bloodstone',
description: "Origin of the Bloodstone is unknown, hence its low value. It has a very high shine and 12 sides, however.",
shine: 9,
price: 22.90,
rarity: 6,
color: '#EEE',
faces: 12,
images: [
}, {
name: 'Zircon',
description: "Zircon is our most coveted and sought after gem. You will pay much to be the proud owner of this gorgeous and high shine gem.",
shine: 70,
price: 1100,
rarity: 2,
color: '#000',
faces: 6,
images: [


Look at your ngapp

<html ng-app="gemStore">

and on your JavaScript

var app = angular.module('gemstore', ['qrScanner', 'ngRoute']);

gemstore and gemStore, not matched,

look character S

make same in both places (case sensitive)

See demo on JSBin