While working on one of my client’s project, I was required to display validation errors when the users hit the submit button. By default, AngularJS comes with $submitted form state. Its default value is false. As soon as the user hits the submit button, it becomes true.
We can use this state to make sure that error is hidden while the user has not clicked the submit button.
Tooltip is a tiny popup box that appears when the user hovers his cursor over a specific element. In this tutorial, we are going to use Bootstrap’s tooltip component in our AngularJs application. For this tutorial, we are using UI Bootstrap components.
To integrate Bootstrap Tooltip within your AngularJs application follow the steps given below:
Within our HTML code we are using dir-paginate directive instead of regular ng-repeat directive and to display pagination itself we are using dir-pagination-controls directive. The itemsPerPage attribute for dir-paginate directive states the total number of items which will be displayed on each page. The direction-links attribute for dir-pagination-controls directive used to determine whether to show next and previous arrows and the boundary-links attribute is used to determine if we want to display arrows which points first and last pages. Items variable contains data which it is retrieving from JSON file.
By default, Laravel ‘s Blade template engine and AngularJS both use double curly brackets to display variables. Although, There few solutions out there to resolve this conflict, such as changing Laravel’s or Angular’s tags (curly brackets). I prefer to fix this issue using an easier method.