Use AngularJS in your Leaflet popups. Extends the built-in L.popup.
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Latest commit a3f81af Sep 29, 2016 @grantHarris Update example

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leaflet-popup-angular

Use AngularJS in your Leaflet popups. Extends the built-in L.popup.

Supports Leaflet v1.0.0

For Leaflet 0.7.7 support see leaflet-popup-angular v0.1.2

See working examples.

Usage

Basic

    var popup = L.popup.angular({
        template: `
            <div>
                <h1>{{popup.$content.title}} - <small>{{popup.$content.name}}</small></h1>
                <div>
                    My custom popup with controller. {{popup.hello}}
                </div>
            </div>
        `,
        controllerAs: 'popup',
        controller: ['$content', function($content){
            this.hello = 'Hello';
            $content.on(function(content){
                console.log('This executes on setContent', content);
            });
        }]
    }).setLatLng(latlng).setContent({
            'name': 'foo',
            'title': 'bar'
        })
        .openOn(map);

No Controller

    var popup = L.popup.angular({
        template: `
            <div>
                <h1>{{$content.title}} - <small>{{$content.name}}</small></h1>
                <div>
                    My popup without a controller.
                </div>
            </div>
        `,
    }).setLatLng(latlng).setContent({
            'name': 'foo',
            'title': 'bar'
        })
        .openOn(map);

Note

For clarity, these examples are using template literals to represent multiline strings. Template literals are part of ES6 and are not supported by some browsers (notably IE). See: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Template_literals

This is a new package. We will be introducing support for angular's templateUrl soon and the examples will be reimplemented using this feature.

For production use at this time, either:

  • Use a bundler like webpack to insert the html into your template-- template: require('template.html')
  • Use template literals and a tool like babel to compile down to ES5
  • Use oldschool JavaScript strings in place of template literals

Dependency Injection

In addition to the rest of your Angular application's services, L.popup.angular also provides several of its own services through dependency injection to the controller.

  • $content Content object. Register callbacks for setContent() with $content.on()
  • $map Leaflet map object
  • $options The options params from L.popup.angular.