I have a JSON feed which provides a list of search results - The list contains products and regular pages. When rendering the list, the products has a different rendering than the regular pages, which means, different HTML if it is a product or a pag...
I have created a custom directive with a priority of 1000. In the directive's compile function I am removing ng-if from the element. My assumption is that since ng-if has a lower priority of 600, it should not get compiled.   app.js  var app = an...
I'm creating a navigation bar in AngularJS. I am showing and hiding the submenu 'div.farm-links' on mouseover and mouseleave respectively on 'div.menu-links'.  Now, in my submenu whenever 'child.thirdLevelChildList.length'...
I am new at JavaScript and AngularJS. I catch a problem. I want to remove h1 tag when go to /main route. I know that i must use ng-if and expression with $location at controller.    <html> <body> ... <h1 ng-if "? ">     some...
I gotta a single question, I'm using ng-show and ng-hide to display options on a form based on a select option, however, when I submit my controller looks like this:  app.controller("MyCtrl", function($scope) {     $scope.submit = functio...
I need to show/hide label if length(description) < one row. Code is working ok, but if length < one row, label isn't hide. How to hide/show label?  If [[ demandAd.description ]] less than one line or less than one row(or length < 100), I...
I have a page which shows different data with ng-ifs, I need to show how many of them are true on the same page. Just the number. The HTML is complex, but I have made a simpler version to understand how things work. Here is what the HTML looks like,...
I have declared a variable called authenticated that I want to use to show or hide a button in a popover. The user should only see the button if he has already authenticated.  I tried the ng-if with the variable in the h5 part and here it works. I th...
I'm using a service to pass data between child and parent with the purpose being to update the parent ui with child specific info depending on what child is loaded.  Service:  import { Subject } from "rxjs/Subject";  export class ChildDat...

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