ngInit directive allows you to evaluate an expression in the current scope.
ngInit, such as for aliasing special properties of
ngRepeat, as seen in the demo below; and for injecting data via server side scripting. Besides these few cases, you should use controllers rather than
ngInitto initialize values on a scope.
ngInitalong with a
filter, make sure you have parentheses to ensure correct operator precedence:
<div ng-init="test1 = ($index | toString)"></div>
<ANY ng-init="expression"> ... </ANY>
<ANY class="ng-init: expression;"> ... </ANY>
|ngInit|| || |
Expression to eval.
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