Double and Triple-State Toggle AngularJS Directives
- Toggles should be prettier, and not restricted to checkbox functionality.
- Sometimes a checkbox should have more than 2 states.
- Indeterminate checkboxes are cool for nested checklists, but simply a fancy way to say
So, Here is an elegant solution for regular and three-state toggle switches inspired by mobile touch toggles.
Install Via Bower
bower install -S ngToggle
Using the directive
<!-- Default Values : true-val = 1, false-val = 0, no-val = null; -->
<!-- Custom Values : true-val = true, false-val = -1, no-val = 'Nothing Selected!' -->
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Copyright (c) 2014 Tanner Linsley
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