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angularjs-dragula

  • Is the remove-model event.
  • Returns the bag for a drake instance.
  • Whenever a drake instance created with the dragula directive emits an event, that event is replicated on the Angular $scope where the drake has an associated bag , and prefixed with the name on its bag .
  • Creates a bag scoped under scope and identified by name .
  • name is the name that identifies the bag under scope

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You’ll need to pass in

to your module when booting up your application.

takes your

angular

This package isn’t very different from

dragula

if you need to learn more about

dragula

dragula

directive (as seen in the demo) that allows you to group containers together, as long as they belong to the same scope. That grouping of containers is called a

bag

creates a new isolate scope, which can sometimes cause issues with dragging between a bag with multiple containers. To avoid this you can pass in the scope you want the bag to be stored on (and fire events on) by setting the

is compiled from array, you may wish to have it synced. For that purpose you need to provide model by setting the

drop

event is fired before the model is synced. For that purpose you need to use the

event. The same behavior exists in the

event. Therefore is the

event. Further details are available under

drake

), you’ll have to use the

drake

directive emits an event, that event is replicated on the Angular

where the

drake

bag

name

on its

bag

Note that these derived events don’t expose the DOM elements directly. The elements get wrapped in

bag

name

. You should provide the entire

bag

for a

name

angularjs-dragula

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