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Angular Directive: Isolate Scope & Transclude is true, but HTML in the directive needs to continue to bind to parent


Angular Directive: Isolate Scope & Transclude is true, but HTML in the directive needs to continue to bind to parent

By : Paoulo Quispilaya
Date : November 22 2020, 01:01 AM
help you fix your problem I read something here on stackoverflow that immediately jumped in my head when I read your post. It said something like "If you do it without a dot you are doing it wrong..." I'll search for the article and post it here as soon as I found it but for now I think I "fixed" your code:
code :
<div ng-app="app" ng-controller="Ctrl">
    <h1><span class="grey">$scope.data.text:</span> {{data.text}}</h1>
    <box spacing="large" box-type="rounded">
        <h2><span class="grey">$scope.text in box directive:</span> {{data.text}}</h2>
        <input ng-model="data.text" />
    </box>
    <box spacing="small" box-type="rounded-shadow">
        <h2><span class="grey">$scope.text in different box directive:</span> {{data.text}}</h2>
        <input ng-model="data.text" />
    </box>
</div>

var app = angular.module("app", []);

app.controller("Ctrl", ["$scope", function($scope) {

    $scope.data = {};
    $scope.data.text = "Starting Text... FOOBAR!";

}]);

app.directive("box", function() {
    return {
        restrict: "E",
        transclude: true,
        replace: true,
        scope: {
            spacing: "@",
            boxType: "@"
        },
        template: '<div class="box" ng-class="{\'spacing-{{spacing}}\' : spacing, \'box-{{boxType}}\' : boxType}"> <div class="box-inner" ng-transclude></div></div>'
    }
});


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AngularJS: what is the relationship between an isolate scope and transclude scope for a collection of the same directive

AngularJS: what is the relationship between an isolate scope and transclude scope for a collection of the same directive


By : Ettore Robustelli
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . The answer to this is version dependent. I was running on v1.2.0 of angular. In this version sibling scopes are not correctly ordered so that $$nextSibling is NOT reliable. After installing v1.2.7 this is now fixed and the sibling scopes are listed in the correct order with the transclude scope always following the isolate scope.
From an initial read through of the version change log it is not immediately obvious which fix resolved this issue so I'm not sure what the earliest version of Angular that resolves this issue is.
Cannot bind angular validation error using directive isolate scope

Cannot bind angular validation error using directive isolate scope


By : scouty
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine The input name cannot be an angular binding expression. Instead, use a template function, and build your template string:
code :
template: function($element, $attr) {
   return '<div><label>{{label}}</label><div>' + 
        '<input name="' + $attr.name + '" type="text" ng-model="model" ng-minlength="{{minlength}}"/>' + 
          '</div></div>';
}
.directive("dynamicName",[function(){
    return {
        restrict:"A",
        require: ['ngModel', '^form'],
        link:function(scope,element,attrs,ctrls){
            ctrls[0].$name = scope.$eval(attrs.dynamicName) || attrs.dynamicName;
            ctrls[1].$addControl(ctrls[0]);
        }
    };
}])
    template: '<div><label>{{label}}</label><div><input dynamic-name="{{name}}" type="text" ng-model="model" ng-minlength="{{minlength}}"/></div></div>',
Angular directive isolate scope to parent binding undefined

Angular directive isolate scope to parent binding undefined


By : GiantSapling
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you I'm using (the awesome) Restangular and i'm running into something that forces me to use scope.$parent (not awesome), and i don't want to use that. It seems even though my controller is the parent scope to my directive's scope, the = isolated scope binding is evaluated before my parent controller is executed. , that should helps:
code :
myApp.controller("myController", function($scope, allMyValues) {
//add this line
$scope.parentValue={};

    allMyValues.getList().then(function(parentValue){
        $scope.parentValue = parentValue;
    });
}
AngularJS: Make isolate scope directive template bind to parent scope

AngularJS: Make isolate scope directive template bind to parent scope


By : Sushmita Sarkar
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps I've been struggling with Angular's isolate scope for over 24hrs now. Here's my scenario: I have an ng-repeat iterating over an array of objects from which I want to use a custom directive to either generate a based on the field_type property of the current object being iterated. This means I'll have to generate the template and $compile in the post-link function of the directive since I have no access to the iterated object in the template function. , issue is probably here :
code :
element.html(template);
ctrl.compile(element.html());  //try to bind template to outer scope
element.append(ctrl.compile(template));
ctrl.insertAndCompile = function(content) {
    $compile(content)($scope, function(clone) {
        $element.append(clone);
    }
}
ctrl.insertAndCompile(template);
How to pass a parent directive attribute value to a child directive scope through transclude?

How to pass a parent directive attribute value to a child directive scope through transclude?


By : Yukai Yang
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you Demo: https://jsfiddle.net/egdfLzLj/2/
HTML
code :
<parent label="Parent Label">
    <child type="text"></child>
</parent>
var app = angular.module('app', []);

app.directive('parent', function () {
    return {
    restrict: 'E',
    transclude: true,
    replace: true,
    scope: {
        label: '@'
    },
    template: '<section>' +
            '<label>{{::label}}' + 
            '<ng-transclude></ng-transclude>' +
            '</label>' +
      '</section>'
  };
})

app.directive('child', function () {
  return {
    restrict: 'E',
    replace: true,
    link: function (scope) {scope.label =  scope.$parent.label;},
    template: '<input type="text" value="{{ label }}">'
  };
});
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