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Example: Creating a Directive using AngularJS

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Directives are like a plugin to DOM elements which are identified by the AngularJS HTML compiler to render.
Of course, there are also constellations in which Sub is male and Dom is female.

AngularJS comes with many in-built directives to enrich HTML
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For a more programmer friendly environment, .

AngularJS provides the facility to write our own custom directive

ReactJS vs AngularJS: Architecture ReactJS and AngularJS both have component-based architecture.

Directives give the freedom to write more structural UI controls

3 UI flow authoring, bot orchestration and management are included.
It’s easy to use and effective to maintain.

There are 4 types of directive introduced by AngularJS

Element directives (E) Attribute directives (A) CSS class directives (C) Comment directives   Using restrict options in a directive allows you to can prevent it from binding to any type.
The name of a directive is case sensitive.

One suggestion is to use camel Case to present a directive name

Here’s an example with ngTable.
While embedding a directive in HTML we typically use lower case dash-delimited attribution on DOM elements.

In this example of the ngTable directive we use ng-table in the HTML

Example: Using the ngTable Directive    So that we are clear about the full features of a directive, let’s discuss the available options.
To create a directive you need to create a module first.
Inside that module, using the directive keyword, you can create a custom directive.
A directive is essentially a function with a return value.
Example: Creating a Directive using AngularJS.


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