Angular Feeds renders Atom, RSS and Media feeds using simple HTML markup (aka Directives). It internally uses Google Feeds for reading & parsing feeds and comes with default template for displaying feed content. You can also configure it to use a different template of your choice.
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.