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Detecting every time NgRepeat is Redrawn – Longing to know

  • The tables that I’m rendering are rendered via a custom table directive.
  • Quite a while back, I wrote a blog post that detailed how it’s possible to use a directive to determine when an Angular repeater is finished.
  • The blog post suggested taking advantage of a directive that inspects ng-repeat’s $last object.

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Quite a while back, I wrote a blog post that detailed how it’s possible to use a directive to determine when an Angular repeater is finished. My solution, like nearly every other solution I looked at has one major flaw. It’s only triggered on first render.


Detecting every time NgRepeat is Redrawn – Longing to know

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