Saturday, 5 April 2014

Angular ng-repeat in directive

Here I am going to explain how to create a directive for displaying a dynamic content.


function() {
return {
 restrict : "AC",
 template : '<div>'
  + '<div>{{ datalist.title }}</div>'
  + '<div>{{ datalist.content }}</div>'
  + '</div>',
 link : function(scope, elm, attrs) {
  scope.$watch(attrs.itemList, function(value) {

Directives are markers on a DOM element that tell AngularJS's HTML compiler to attach a specified behavior to that DOM element or even transform the DOM element and its children. Better define all Global controllers in Directives. Ex: Warning message, alert etc.

'A' - Attribute (Use it as <div itemList>)

'E' - Element (Use it as <itemList>)

'C' - Class. (Use it as <div class="itemList">)

'M' - Comment (Use it as <!- directive: itemList -> )

We used watch concept in directive .Watch is a powerful feature of angular js. “$watch” concept in Angular is to observe the changes on the data of the scope from the controller. That is controller can add a listener on an attribute of its scope.


 $scope.datalist = data //  json from service


<div class="item-list:list" data-ng-repeat="datalist in datalists">

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