|Recursive ng-include||Brendan Owen||5/10/12 12:20 AM|
I am working on a presentation comparing Flex and AngularJS tried
recursive ng-include. It might be of interest to someone.
|Re: Recursive ng-include||Bretto||5/10/12 12:33 AM|
Awesome, it shouldn't to hard to implement a show/hide function on the node....
|Re: Recursive ng-include||Charlie||5/10/12 3:11 AM|
|Re: [angular.js] Re: Recursive ng-include||ganaraj P R||5/10/12 3:54 AM|
Awesome love it :)
Ganaraj P R
|Re: Recursive ng-include||Adam Bradley||5/18/12 9:24 AM|
thanks for posting that, exactly what I was looking for!
|Re: Recursive ng-include||Alain Duchesneau||6/20/12 6:19 AM|
That's cool, and what I was looking for. But when I try to adapt it to
my problem, nothing is displayed.
See at: http://jsfiddle.net/zzal/qdvuN/6/
Is it because we can't use ng-switch inside ng-includes?!
On 10 mai, 03:20, Brendan Owen <brendan.o...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I am working on a presentation comparing Flex and AngularJS triedrecursiveng-include. It might be of interest to someone.
|Re: Recursive ng-include||Alain Duchesneau||6/20/12 6:31 AM|
the template had to be inside the ng-app AND those single quotes in ng-
include directive... Why! Oh! Why!
thanks a lot anyhow!!
|Re: Recursive ng-include||Alain Duchesneau||6/20/12 6:38 AM|
or, instead: http://jsfiddle.net/zzal/qdvuN/10/
|Re: Recursive ng-include||Lulzim Bilali||11/12/12 5:43 AM|
I made a small change to add expand/collapse functionality :)
|Re: Recursive ng-include||Benny Bottema||1/22/13 1:44 AM|
Two questions I have for this solution:
1. Is it possible to parameterize the controllers when they are bound to iElement? I would like to configure a child's content by some selection criteria in its parent
2. Is it possible to enhance this solution so that the controllers get access to their parents/children? Each element and it bound controller are now completely isolated
|Re: Recursive ng-include||Bill Simons||3/6/13 8:00 AM|
This has been great! I'm learning a lot about Angular JS just from working through this thread.
How would you implement something like this using directives?
|Re: Recursive ng-include||Vitali Vasileuski||3/11/13 7:34 AM|
Thank you so much, Brendan!
I have searched for recursive rendering several days for this moment.
You really helped me!
|Re: Recursive ng-include||Gavin Foley||3/22/13 10:08 PM|
Hi guys, how would you add a filter to this?
The desired functionality would be that if I typed "Node-2" into a text box, all nodes matching that would be rendered in a flattened list i.e. not a nested, tree structure (see fiddle below).
What I'm doing at the moment is: making a copy of the node array, flattening it and bind that to another ng-repeat which only gets shown & filtered when text is entered in the input box.
The fiddle above works fine, I was just wondering if there was an easier way?
|Re: Recursive ng-include||Maarten Berkenbosch||10/4/13 1:29 PM|