AngularJS Service is very useful for providing repeated behavior, shared state, caches and factories. AngularJS Service are singleton for the scope of the application and each service is instantiated once and each part of your application gets access to the same instance of the service.
AngularJS Service is completely driven by the AngularJS dependency injection system and all internal services or your own create service can be injected into other service, directive or controller by specifying it as a dependency.
The $ prefix in AngularJS means they are internal services like $log, $http, $window and so on and it makes it easy to tell difference from your own custom service. Continue reading
I have decided to write a watcher daemon to watch a specified folder for any newly created files or folders. I did some googling and found that it was very simple to create a daemon program in Linux.
First you will need to create your source file and include the following header file:
In the main function you need to call daemon() like this:
if (daemon(0,0) == -1)
Do something here....
In the while loop you can put your own code to perform a specific task.
To run the daemon when your system boots up edit the file /etc/init.d/rc.local and add the following line at the end of the file:
note: make sure the you copied the file to /usr/sbin or else the file can not be found when the system is booting up.
The daemon function parameters, I have specifice 0 for the first paramter to use the root “/” folder instead of the working folder and the second parameter I have done the same which will redirect all standard input, output and errors to /dev/null.
Detailed information on how to use the daemon function can be found here.