In my app, I have two types of profile for organisations. When a user click on a profile name, I first need to check whether I have a premium profile for that organisation, and if so, route the user in that direction. If there is no premium profile,...
I have three divs with an ng-click with a "showMe" boolean. Their paragraphs have an ng-show that evaulates "showMe".  My question is, how can I use one condition to show the paragraph on the div I click? In other words, if I click th...
I am developing small web page for mobile devices with Angular.  I want to toggle click listener for whole page like  $('.page').on('click',...); $('.page').off('click',...);   but in Angular way. And I don't want...
I have the following code:  <input id="id"> <button data-action="bea" ng-click="Create($('#id1')[0].value);" class="btn">Insert ID</button> <button data-action="bea" ng-click="C...
$scope.count = 23;  // this is the initial value   <button ng-click = "count = count + 1"> Increase</button>  {{count}}   //Here Value will increase   And count value changed...   Q1.My question is How do i reset that value to 23...
I have a NG-Click to change the amount of elements on the page (that are coming from an API call).  The NG-Click utilizes a drop down box that works in FireFox.  But I recently discovered that it isn't working in Chrome when a co-worker started w...
Is there a way to pass to angular directive ng-click the value of the associated input?  In other words, what should replace this.value in the following:  <input type="checkbox" id="cb1" ng-click="checkAll(this.value)" />...
I want to assign a javascript function to ng-click which name is sourced by a rest service.  <li ng-class="{ active: isActive('url')}" data-ng-repeat="menu in mb.data">    <a href="{{menu.href}}" data-ng-click...
I have an element inside a container with ng-click, that should not execute this click action. It has the structure similar to this:  <div class="container" ng-click="takeSomeAction()>     <p>Some content</p>     <a c...
In my controller:  $scope.homeAction = function() {   console.log("HomeAction"); };   In my view:  <button ng-click="homeAction()">call homeAction()</button>   When clicking the button, the method gets executed as expected...

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