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Angular.js - UI Contributions



  • AngularJs v1.0.0rc? is currently required. TODO: Narrow down to specific RC version
  • jQuery / Plugins (depends on directive). Check specific directive dependencies for more information


The repository comes with the modules pre-built and compressed into the build directory.

  1. Coming Soon Generate a custom build of angular-ui containing only the components you want and nothing more
  2. Include the javascript files - angular-ui.js or angular-ui.min.js
  3. Add a dependency to the ui module in your angular application module:
angular.module('myApp', ['ui']);

The modules can be found in the Directives and Filters folders. Check out the readme file associated with each module for specific module usage information.


You do not need to build the project to use it - see above - but if you are hacking on it then this is what you need to know.


Install UglifyJS & LESS:

$ [sudo] npm install uglify-js -g  
$ [sudo] npm install less -g  
$ [sudo] npm install coffee-script -g


$ make build


The modules come with unit tests that should be run on any changes and certainly before commiting changes to the project. The unit tests should also provide further insight into the usage of the modules.


The project is configured to use the marvellous Testacular test runner from AngularJS developer Vojta. It is a nodeJS app. You simply install it from NPM:

$ [sudo] npm install testacular -g

The test configuration is in test/test-config.js. You pass this in when you run the test server:

$ testacular test/test-config.js

Capture your testing browsers by browsing to http://localhost:8080 (in this case) on all the different flavours of browser you wish to test.

Then whenever you make a change either run

$ make build
$ testacular-run

Or even quicker

$ make test


The ui.config dependency is optional, however it is highly recommended that you leverage this so that developers may set app-wide defaults instead of passing the same parameters to every directive.

 * Directive Description
 * @param expression {type} description
 * @example code demo (if possible)
angular.module('ui.directives').directive('uiMYDIRECTIVE', ['ui.config', function(uiConfig) {
  return function(scope, elm, attrs) {