An AngularJs directive that automatically scrolls to the bottom of an element on changes in its scope.
$ bower install angular-scroll-glue --save
$ npm i angularjs-scroll-glue
// Add `luegg.directives` to your module's dependencies.angular;
<!-- Content here will be "scroll-glued". --><!-- Content here will be "scroll-glued" if the passed expression is truthy. --><!-- Content here will be "scroll-glued" even if user manually scroll top. --><!-- Parent here will be "scroll-glued" according to the child1 and child2 size change event -->
More information can be found in the live demo.
Despite this is a ultra specialized library, there will always be a fix to be made or a new feature to be added and I'm glad for any contributions. But please make sure to check the following before committing a pull request:
- Make sure the unit tests pass. Just run
npm testand check if all is green.
- Try to add new tests that cover your changes.
- Make sure you do not introduce changes that break backward compatibility unless there is a really good reason to.
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