<!DOCTYPE html>

    <meta charset="utf-8" />
    <meta name="viewport" content="initial-scale=1, maximum-scale=1, user-scalable=no, width=device-width" />
    <link data-require="ionic@1.0.0-beta.1" data-semver="1.0.0-beta.1" rel="stylesheet" href="http://code.ionicframework.com/1.0.0-beta.1/css/ionic.css" />
    <script data-require="ionic@1.0.0-beta.1" data-semver="1.0.0-beta.1" src="http://code.ionicframework.com/1.0.0-beta.1/js/ionic.bundle.js"></script>
    <script src="app.js"></script>
    <script src="controllers.js"></script>
    <script src="services.js"></script>

  <body ng-app="starter" animation="slide-left-right-ios7">
      The nav bar that will be updated as we navigate between views.
    <ion-nav-bar class="bar-stable nav-title-slide-ios7">
      <ion-nav-back-button class="button-icon icon ion-chevron-left">
      The views will be rendered in the <ion-nav-view> directive below
      Templates are in the /templates folder (but you could also
      have templates inline in this html file if you'd like).

// Ionic Starter App, v0.9.20

// angular.module is a global place for creating, registering and retrieving Angular modules
// 'starter' is the name of this angular module example (also set in a <body> attribute in index.html)
// the 2nd parameter is an array of 'requires'
// 'starter.services' is found in services.js
// 'starter.controllers' is found in controllers.js
angular.module('starter', ['ionic', 'starter.controllers', 'starter.services'])

.config(function($stateProvider, $urlRouterProvider) {

  // Ionic uses AngularUI Router which uses the concept of states
  // Learn more here: https://github.com/angular-ui/ui-router
  // Set up the various states which the app can be in.
  // Each state's controller can be found in controllers.js

    // setup an abstract state for the tabs directive
    .state('tab', {
      url: "/tab",
      abstract: true,
      templateUrl: "tabs.html"

    .state('tab.friends', {
      url: '/friends',
      views: {
        'tab-friends': {
          templateUrl: 'tab-friends.html',
          controller: 'FriendsCtrl'

  // if none of the above states are matched, use this as the fallback

angular.module('starter.controllers', [])

    .controller('FriendsCtrl', function ($scope, Friends) {
        $scope.friends = Friends.all();
        $scope.activeFriend = function() {
          return Friends.getActiveFriend();
        $scope.setActiveFriend = function (index) {
//            console.log('set friend ' + index)
angular.module('starter.services', [])

 * A simple example service that returns some data.
    .factory('Friends', function () {
        // Might use a resource here that returns a JSON array

        // Some fake testing data
        var friends = [
            { id: 0, name: 'Scruff McGruff' },
            { id: 1, name: 'G.I. Joe' },
            { id: 2, name: 'Miss Frizzle' },
            { id: 3, name: 'Ash Ketchum' }

        var activeFriend = friends[0]; //initialize with 0

        function setActiveFriend(index) {
            activeFriend = friends[index];
            console.log('activeFriend is now ' + activeFriend.name)

        return {
            all: function () {
                return friends;
            get: function (friendId) {
                // Simple index lookup
                return friends[friendId];
            setActiveFriend: function (index) {
            getActiveFriend: function () {
              return activeFriend;
<ion-view title="Friends">
  <ion-content class="has-header">
      <ion-item ng-repeat="friend in friends" ng-click="setActiveFriend($index)" type="item-text-wrap">
  Create tabs with an icon and label, using the tabs-positive style. 
  Each tab's child <ion-nav-view> directive will have its own 
  navigation history that also transitions its views in and out.
<ion-tabs class="tabs-icon-top">

  <!-- Adopt Tab -->
  <ion-tab title="Friends" icon="icon ion-heart" href="#/tab/friends">
    <ion-nav-view name="tab-friends"></ion-nav-view>