angularjsHow do I use the ng-if directive in AngularJS?
The ng-if directive in AngularJS is used to conditionally render an element based on a boolean expression. It is a better alternative to using the
ng-hide directives as it completely removes the element from the DOM instead of just hiding it.
Here is an example of how to use the ng-if directive:
In the example above, the
<div> element will only be rendered if the
user.isAdmin expression is
ng-if- This is the directive that is used to conditionally render an element.
user.isAdmin- This is the boolean expression that is evaluated to determine if the element should be rendered.
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