An AngularJS directive for the Tipped tooltip library.
Use the directive:
This will create a Tipped tooltip that will show on hover after 1s and hide when you move your mouse out after 500ms. The value is interpolated. These defaults can be changed by injecting the
Pass any options to Tipped (see the docs) via an object in the
tipped directive itself:
The above is of course for a simple tooltip, but if you wish to do something more involved, you can pass a template URL to the directive:
The value of
templateUrl is evaluated against the current scope, so you may pass it a string in single-quotes or an expression. There is no
$watch on the expression as of this writing. The directive will look in the
$templateCache here for something called
my-template.html, and will/should avoid making the
GET request to go grab it, if found. The template is compiled and linked against the current scope, so you can do basically anything you want within one of these tooltips.
Show/Hide via Scope
angular-tipped supports an option called
show, which is not a Tipped option, and is different than
showOn . Pass a model to
show in the options and the tooltip will hide/show as it changes. For example:
$scopefoo = false;//... time passes ...$scopefoo = true; // tooltip shows
Tipped service allows you to create a Tipped configuration object containing all user defaults (and "default" defaults) to be used in the view.
tippedModal directive creates a dialog-box-like tooltip (functioning much like the ui-bootstrap $modal service, which is closable via Scope functions
$close(). Opening a tooltip will return a resolved or rejected promise upon closure or dismissal, respectively.
$ bower install angular-tipped
Alternatively, if using in a server-side context (such as with Browserify):
$ npm install angular-tipped
Note: Tipped is not open-source software, and as such is not included in angular-tipped's depepdencies; it must be installed manually.
This package may or may not work with newer versions of Tipped or jQuery. If you have success or failure with newer versions than those listed above, please let us know.
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