Use this directive to force the angular.element library. This should be used to force either jqLite by leaving ng-jq blank or setting the name of the jquery variable under window (eg. jQuery).
Since AngularJS looks for this directive when it is loaded (doesn't wait for the DOMContentLoaded event), it must be placed on an element that comes before the script which loads angular. Also, only the first instance of
ng-jq will be used and all others ignored.
<ng-jq [ng-jq="string"]> ... </ng-jq>
<ANY [ng-jq="string"]> ... </ANY>
| ngJq |
| || |
the name of the library available under
This example shows how to force jqLite using the
ngJq directive to the
<!doctype html> <html ng-app ng-jq> ... ... </html>
This example shows how to use a jQuery based library of a different name. The library name must be available at the top most 'window'.
<!doctype html> <html ng-app ng-jq="jQueryLib"> ... ... </html>
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