However, there’s little in the way of an introduction to setting up Brunch in an existing project - the homepage only shows how to use Brunch with it’s ‘skeleton’ scripts. Thankfully, getting your own project to work with Brunch is simple and painless.
Twitter Bootstrap’s ScrollSpy and Affix plugins let a page update its navigation bar based on where the page is scrolled. I’ve written a simple version of this plugin using AngularJS directives, which works for both horizontal and vertial navigation bars.
AngularJS and CoffeeScript are a great combination, despite the lack of popularity of CoffeeScript in the AngularJS community. Here are a few ways CoffeeScript makes writing AngularJS code a breeze.