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Angular Loading Bar


[Angular Loading Bar](http://chieffancypants.github.io/angular-loading-bar/) gives you an out of the box loading bar which works by listening to `$http` events . This makes it super convenient for angular apps. Whenever you're requesting a view, or an API call, a loading bar will be shown at the top of the screen. It also works with Restangular since Restangular is built on top of `$http`. [block:callout] { "type": "info", "body": "Additional configuration available in `angular/config/loading_bar.config.js`" } [/block]