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13. Using the Built-in Directives
In this chapter, I describe the built-in directives that are responsible for some of the most commonly required functionality for creating web applications: selectively including content, choosing between different fragments of content, and repeating content. I also describe some limitations that Angular puts on the expressions that are used for one-way data bindings and the directives that provide them. Table 13-1
puts the built-in template directives in context.
Putting the Built-in Directives in Context
What are they?
The built-in directives described in this chapter are responsible ...