Here's my code:  <div ng-show="?" ng-repeat="item in items | notEmpty"> </div>   Filter:  Kb.filter("notEmpty", function(){    return function(input){     var output=[];     for(var i=0;i<input.length;i++)...
I've looked for solutions to these problems, but Angular is very foreign syntax for me, and every method seems to do a lot behind the scenes. I'm a newb to web development and this is my first project consuming an API, using AngularJS, and I...
I am not getting an errors, but cannot get my data to render. My structure is simple in that json files in one folder, views in another, scripts/controllers in another. Simply using the controller to do the work since it is a straight forward widget....
Below is my plunker where I have tried to display the data under each category.But the data are not printing as supposed to .Example:-rom value 12345 should come directly under bread. I'm not sure where I'm doing wrong in my code:    $scope.a...
I'd like to put the focus on an input after it's shown with ng-show. However, this requires a jquery call to be made after the $digest cycle. Does anyone know how to run code after the item is shown, without resorting to setTimeout(), or some...
I don't really understand how track by works and what it does. My main goal is to use it with ng-repeat to add some precision....
This is the third question I have posted today so forgive me but I am just running into things I can't seem to figure out.  Here is my code for angular:  angular.module('ngApp', []) .factory('authInterceptor', authInterceptor) .co...
I'm applying a greater than filter to a ng-repeat tag. I wrote the following custom filter function:  $scope.priceRangeFilter = function (location) {     return location.price >= $scope.minPrice; };   and I use it in the following HTML code:...
I have a ng-repeat which display a list of divs and when I click on one it shows an aditionnal div for the clicked item.  This is working  <div ng-repeat="item in items">      <div ng-click="showfull = !showfull">...
I want to create a row of buttons in a div using ng-repeat. And then have that div be cloned/duplicated in some way.   Basically so it'll look something like this;  [0][0][0][0]  And I'd also want to make the div that that is in duplicated be...

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