This chapter walked us through a set of patterns used to display data contained in the model.
We started by quickly covering directive's naming conventions and then moved to the overview of built-in AngularJS directives. The
ng-repeat got special attention as it is the very powerful and one of the most frequently used directives.
While the DOM-based, declarative template, on which AngularJS is based, works perfectly most of the time, there are some corner cases where we hit the limits of this approach. It is important to recognize those situations and be prepared to slightly change target markup when necessary.
Filters offer a very convenient syntax for UI-specific model formatting. We saw that AngularJS provides several useful filters by ...