Sometimes css isn't quite enough to get that sweet responsive site working perfectly. Responsive Markup is an approach to adapting the HTML markup of your page based on Media Queries.
A good indicator for using this pattern is when your css shows and hides content based on breakpoints, a common example would be off-page mobile navigation.
angular-responsive-include is a directive I've created to provide an elegant way to follow the Responsive Markup pattern in your Angularjs apps.
Use this drective as a replacement for ng-include.
This directive will check a media query to determine if the content should be rendered. It will also trigger when the screen is resized and breakpoints are met.
<div class="small include"> <ng-include-resp src="'/views/small.html'" is-default mq="(max-width:899px)"></ng-include-resp> </div> <div class="large include"> <ng-include-resp src="'/views/large.html'" mq="(min-width:900px)"></ng-include-resp> </div>
- src the template to include
- mq the media query that must match to trigger the include
- is-default if media queries are not supported (IE8) then this template will be included regardless
coming soon ...