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Angular Hide Show HTML Elements

This example hide show html elements.

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html ng-app="myDemoApp">
<script src=""></script>
function HideShowController() {
var vm = this;;
vm.toggle= function() {!;
angular.module("myDemoApp", [/* module dependencies go here */])
.controller("hideShowController", [HideShowController]);
<body ng-cloak>
<div ng-controller="hideShowController as vm">
<a style="cursor: pointer;" ng-show="" ng-click="vm.toggle()">Show Me!</a>
<a style="cursor: pointer;" ng-hide="" ng-click="vm.toggle()">Hide Me!</a>

Step by step explanation:

1. ng-app="myDemoApp", the ngApp directive tells angular that a DOM element is controlled by a specific angular.module named "myDemoApp".
2. < script src="[//angular include] "> include angular js.
3. HideShowController function is defined containing another function named toggle which help to hide show the element.
4. angular.module(...) creates a new module.
5. .controller(...) Angular Controller and returns the module for chaining;
6. ng-controller directive is key aspect of how angular supports the principles behind the Model-View-Controller design pattern.
7. ng-show directive shows the given HTML element if expression provided is true.
8. ng-hide directive hides the given HTML element if expression provided is true.
9. ng-click directive fires a toggle function inside controller.


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