how do you include and use custom libraries like sweetalert/jquery-sparkline with angular 1.5 ?
Suyash Soni

I don’t know this one but when you need to use a jQuery based component in an angular application, you have to create a directive.

Rule is:

when in need to manipulate DOM in angular you need a directive (same in angular > 2.x). In case of using a jquery component wrap it in a custom directive.

Well known ng-class is an example of embedded angular directive that manipulate the DOM.

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