I am trying to draw a map in a flex child that takes up remaining space. I have a couple headers on top of the main content, and one of the banners is sometimes hidden/removed, so I am using flexbox so that the header can go away without affecting th
I'm building an Ionic app with nested lists of comments. I need to animate replies as child elements and retain state. Currently I'm using a simple directive with jQuery slideToggle, but this doesn't retain state (and isn't "the Angular way"). T
I am using angular-animate.js in angularjs ui grid plugin. But in ie9 I am getting error "Function expected" in function fireDoneCallbackAsync(). Please see the attached screenshot. How can I handle this error and also I am not clear from which
I can't make this kind of slider work, taking data from the controller. This example works fine: <div class="panel panel-default" ng-controller="SliderCtrl"> <div class="panel-body" ng-switch="selectedSlide"
In my AngularJS application I'm using fontawesome for my loading spinners: <i class="fa fa-spin fa-spinner" ng-show="loading"></i> I'm also using AngularToaster for notification messages which has a dependency on ngAnimate.
I'm exploring animation in AngularJS and I've run into a problem getting the staggered CSS animations to work. It works fine when new items are added, but when multiple items are removed at the same time, items are removed from inside the collection
I'm have a strange problem in my AngularJS app; Animation in my tab-slides switching with ng-include, doesn't work for first time, but works good in second or third time. Here is my test code on plunker: http://embed.plnkr.co/a2x4vkTVgEUEt9mxWaVy/pre
What would be the best way to achieve a flip over effect using AngularJS animations? I would like the flip over effect to occur on click. Every time it's clicked, it should flip over to the other side. Ideally, I guess, I'm looking for a directive im
// please refer to the jsfiddle link below for the complete code. Here is the jsfiddle. Basically, the animation works just the way I want, but I don't want the it to occur for data initialization. What do I do? I prefer to see a proper way of dealin
I am having major problems with getting ngAnimate to work with ui-view. The classes never get applied. Please help: bower.json "angular": "1.2.0-rc.2", "angular-resource": "1.2.0-rc.2", "angular-ui-router"
I have the following case: I'm using the ui-router for the routing in my AngularJS application. In one route, there are five child states for different subscreens. I want to animate the transition between these in a carousel-like manner. The navigati