A replacement for ng-bind-html that compiles angular code, too.
A directive inspired by
ng-bind-html that accepts uncompiled angular code in addition to raw html.
You can also manually trigger a re-
$compile of its contents with an
Install via npm:
npm install dynamic-bind-html
Then include the dependency on your Angular module.
var app = angular.module('myapp', ['dynamic-bind-html']);
In the template:
In the controller:
$scope.dynamicHtml = "<span ng-bind-html='html'></span>"; $scope.html = "<h1>Expected Content</h1>";
<div dynamic-bind-html="<span ng-bind-html='html'></span>"> <span ng-bind-html="html"> <h1>Expected Content</h1> </span> </div>
Install Gulp via npm if you don't have it
npm install -g gulp
Install npm and bower dev dependencies
npm install bower install
gulp: build and test the project; equivalent to
gulp build: build the project and make new files in
gulp serve: start a server to serve the demo page and launch a browser then watches for changes in
srcfiles to reload the page
gulp test: runs tests
gulp serve-test: runs tests and keep test browser open for development. Watches for changes in source and test files to re-run the tests