AngularJS directive to make elements stick when scrolling down.
- Allows use of an offset so elements can be stuck to eg. 50px from the top of the browser
- Recalculates element position on page load and on window resize
- Clean: No external CSS or jQuery required, and it only adds the classes you specify.
vsRepeat directive stands for Virtual Scroll Repeat. It turns a standard ngRepeated set of elements in a scrollable container into a component, where the user thinks he has all the elements rendered and all he needs to do is scroll (without any kind of pagination – which most users loath) and at the same time the browser isn’t overloaded by that many elements/angular bindings etc.
An easy to use, native, directive to enable drag/drop in your angular app. This directive has no dependency on jQuery or other frameworks, it does require a browser that supports the HTML5 drag/drop events.
An AngularJS Directive that sets up a fullscreen gallery with all of your pictures.
- Completely responsive
- Customizable controll elements
- Smooth scrolling due to previous and next-buttons on the side
- Showing fullscreen images to present all your best
nzAccordiScroll is a superlative, scrolling accordion directive for AngularJS.
A simple, re-usable, inter-operable timer directive for AngularJS which allows you to create countdown timer or number counter with ease.
Angular Sortable View is an AngularJS module for sorting elements in the UI, which supports both single elements list, and multiple connected lists, where an element can be moved from one to another.
An AngularJS directive that generates a pretty, responsive date picker calendar on your input element.
Angular-Charts is a pure AngularJS directive helps you draw SVG based line chart or pie chart with ease.
oi.multiselect is an AngularJS directive which allows to select multiple items form a dropdown list. Without jQuery and other dependencies. Great for tags/tokens inputs.
- API compatible with Angular select
- Angular 1.2+ without jQuery and other dependencies
- search options by substring (including the search query to the server)
- use Bootstrap styles (but you can use own styles)