How can I check if an element with a specific ID already exists in my DOM inside an Angular directive? By using angular.element() an element is created if one does not exist, for example angular.element('someID') will return an element whethe...
Edit: "This can't be done in Angular UI Modals" is a valid answer, if that's actually the case.   This is the return data I get from a touch event. Conspicuously missing are any useful touch X/Y coords (https://developer.mozilla.org/e...
After a click pass the event to ctrl. I want to write a conditional that will return true if the element.target has the class modal-click-shield  Question:  How can I use .hasClass() with event.target using angulars' jqlite?  Problem:  Currently...
Angularjs use very stripped version on jQuery called jQLite (or mini-jQuery in some websites). If you add a reference to main jQuery, Angularjs will use your main jQuery and I always have reference to main jQuery in my applications. So for reducing s...
I'm new to Angular. I was trying to learn directives. In my directive's link function I log my element and see that its an array. why it's an array?  <mouse-enter>HI</mouse-enter>   JS:  angular.module('custom.directive...
I need to do some dom traversal on a $element, but jQuery or jQlite don't do what I need out of the box so I need to use a jQuery plugin called closestChild.  https://github.com/lolmaus/jquery.closestchild/blob/master/jquery.closestchild.js  I ha...
I have following directive.  (function () {     'use strict';     angular.module('ap.App')         .directive('clearCancelFinishButtonsHtml', function () {             return {                 scope: {                     clea...
Angular gives access to some jquery functions here  I'm just wondering if there is any difference in performance between .hide() and using the ngIf directive?  Added clarification that came from comments  I understand the difference between ngIf...
I am working on a directive that is going to disable all form elements on the page based on a rootScope variable (similar to adding ng-disabled to every item manually, but just a more convenient way.  I'm reworking an existing app and don't w...
I have a directive in which I want to find <input/> and <select> elements to bind a blur event to them. I know I this could be done with ng-blur but this question is really about the angular.element selector.  link: function(scope, elem,...

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