AngularJS offers various ways of rendering data. The net effect is always the same model content is displayed to users, but there are also subtleties worth noting.
The interpolation directive is the most fundamental directive that deals with model data display. It accepts expressions delimited by a pair of curly braces:
This directive will simply evaluate the
expression and render its result on a screen.
The delimiter used by AngularJS is configurable; changing defaults might be needed if you plan to mix AngularJS with other language template on the server-side. Re-configuration is really simple and boils down to setting properties on the