AngularJS scope $watch with controller as

Throughout my adventures I’ve seen different answers to this question so I thought I’d share what I use in the code I write today.

Remember that $scope.$watch should be used sparingly. There’s not a whole lot of choice in a directive when you have two way binding and need to change based on that binding.

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