I am one of those developers that still believe using an IDE makes me more productive, and like many others out there, my favourite IDE is PHPStorm. It is an absolutely amazing product, but there is one thing that annoys me about it and that is the idea folder it adds to each project.
With this tip I will show you how you can easily compile dynamic HTML so that it is bootstrapped to your AngularJS controller. Recently I ran into an issue when I wanted rich tabular data, but also some handy AngularJS sexyness. Basically the tabular data was DB entries and I wanted to use Angular to bind the data of a specific entry to a single “edit” modal when that record was clicked.