Tiny event emitter for Angular.JS.
Add angular-tiny-eventemitter to your project:
bower install --save angular-tiny-eventemitter
Add it to your HTML file:
Reference it as a dependency for your app module:
Simply inject it as a service:
You can then use all the normal event emitter methods:
Alternatively, you can pass a $scope as the first parameter to on() or once() and the listener will be automatically unregistered if the $scope is destroyed.
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