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angularjsHow do I get an element by its id using AngularJS?

Getting an element by its id using AngularJS is a simple process. To do this, you must first inject the $document service into your controller. You can then use the getElementById() method of the $document service to get the element. Here is an example:

angular.module('myApp', [])
  .controller('myCtrl', function($scope, $document) {
    var element = $document.getElementById('myElement');
    // Do something with the element

The getElementById() method takes one parameter, which is the id of the element you want to get. In this case, it is myElement. The method will return the element with the corresponding id, or null if no element with that id exists.

The following list explains each code part in the example above:

  • angular.module('myApp', []): This creates an AngularJS module named myApp.
  • .controller('myCtrl', function($scope, $document): This creates a controller named myCtrl and injects the $scope and $document services into it.
  • var element = $document.getElementById('myElement'): This uses the getElementById() method of the $document service to get the element with the id myElement.
  • // Do something with the element: This is a comment to remind us to do something with the element.

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