Angular — Directives: handling scope

Angular directives introduction

When creating your directive you need to decide how are you going to handle scope. There are two options: isolated from the outside world, linked to the parent scope.

Isolated scope

Creates new scope but you CAN’T access $scope.$parent. This is the only option blocking access to the parent scope. All the other options below allow it, even scope: false.

Basic link (via $scope.$parent)

Creates new scope but you CAN access parent scope using $scope.$parent. This is the default option when no scope option is used and apparently is equal to scope: false.

Using DOM element attributes

One-way linked variable

Two-way linked variable

Calling an external function


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