UI Bootstrap

Bootstrap components written in pure AngularJS by the AngularUI Team

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This repository contains a set of native AngularJS directives based on Bootstrap's markup and CSS. As a result no dependency on jQuery or Bootstrap's JavaScript is required. The only required dependencies are:

  • AngularJS (minimal version 1.0.8)
  • Bootstrap CSS (tested with version 3.0.3). This version of the library (0.10.0) works only with Bootstrap CSS in version 3.x. 0.8.0 is the last version of this library that supports Bootstrap CSS in version 2.3.x.

Files to download

Build files for all directives are distributed in several flavours: minified for production usage, un-minified for development, with or without templates. All the options are described and can be downloaded from here.

Alternativelly, if you are only interested in a subset of directives, you can create your own build.

Whichever method you choose the good news that the overall size of a download is very small: <20kB for all directives (~5kB with gzip compression!)


As soon as you've got all the files downloaded and included in your page you just need to declare a dependency on the ui.bootstrap module:

angular.module('myModule', ['ui.bootstrap']);

You can fork one of the plunkers from this page to see a working example of what is described here.


Original Bootstrap's CSS depends on empty href attributes to style cursors for several components (pagination, tabs etc.). But in AngularJS adding empty href attributes to link tags will cause unwanted route changes. This is why we need to remove empty href attributes from directive templates and as a result styling is not applied correctly. The remedy is simple, just add the following styling to your application:

.nav, .pagination, .carousel, .panel-title a { cursor: pointer; }

This content is straight in the template. {{group.content}}

The body of the accordion group grows to fit the contents

I can have markup, too! This is just some content to illustrate fancy headings.

The accordion directive builds on top of the collapse directive to provide a list of items, with collapsible bodies that are collapsed or expanded by clicking on the item's header.

We can control whether expanding an item will cause the other items to close, using the close-others attribute on accordion.

The body of each accordion group is transcluded in to the body of the collapsible element.

<div ng-controller="AccordionDemoCtrl">
  <label class="checkbox">
    <input type="checkbox" ng-model="oneAtATime">
    Open only one at a time

  <accordion close-others="oneAtATime">
    <accordion-group heading="Static Header, initially expanded" is-open="true">
      This content is straight in the template.
    <accordion-group heading="{{group.title}}" ng-repeat="group in groups">
    <accordion-group heading="Dynamic Body Content">
      <p>The body of the accordion group grows to fit the contents</p>
        <button class="btn btn-default btn-sm" ng-click="addItem()">Add Item</button>
        <div ng-repeat="item in items">{{item}}</div>
    <accordion-group is-open="isopen">
            I can have markup, too! <i class="pull-right glyphicon" ng-class="{'glyphicon-chevron-down': isopen, 'glyphicon-chevron-right': !isopen}"></i>
        This is just some content to illustrate fancy headings.
function AccordionDemoCtrl($scope) {
  $scope.oneAtATime = true;

  $scope.groups = [
      title: "Dynamic Group Header - 1",
      content: "Dynamic Group Body - 1"
      title: "Dynamic Group Header - 2",
      content: "Dynamic Group Body - 2"

  $scope.items = ['Item 1', 'Item 2', 'Item 3'];

  $scope.addItem = function() {
    var newItemNo = $scope.items.length + 1;
    $scope.items.push('Item ' + newItemNo);

Alert is an AngularJS-version of bootstrap's alert.

This directive can be used to generate alerts from the dynamic model data (using the ng-repeat directive);

The presence of the "close" attribute determines if a close button is displayed

<div ng-controller="AlertDemoCtrl">
  <alert ng-repeat="alert in alerts" type="alert.type" close="closeAlert($index)">{{alert.msg}}</alert>
  <button class='btn btn-default' ng-click="addAlert()">Add Alert</button>
function AlertDemoCtrl($scope) {
  $scope.alerts = [
    { type: 'danger', msg: 'Oh snap! Change a few things up and try submitting again.' },
    { type: 'success', msg: 'Well done! You successfully read this important alert message.' }

  $scope.addAlert = function() {
    $scope.alerts.push({msg: "Another alert!"});

  $scope.closeAlert = function(index) {
    $scope.alerts.splice(index, 1);


Single toggle






There are 2 directives that can make a group of buttons to behave like a set of checkboxes or radio buttons.

<div ng-controller="ButtonsCtrl">
    <h4>Single toggle</h4>
    <button type="button" class="btn btn-primary" ng-model="singleModel" btn-checkbox btn-checkbox-true="1" btn-checkbox-false="0">
        Single Toggle
    <div class="btn-group">
        <button type="button" class="btn btn-primary" ng-model="checkModel.left" btn-checkbox>Left</button>
        <button type="button" class="btn btn-primary" ng-model="checkModel.middle" btn-checkbox>Middle</button>
        <button type="button" class="btn btn-primary" ng-model="checkModel.right" btn-checkbox>Right</button>
    <div class="btn-group">
        <button type="button" class="btn btn-primary" ng-model="radioModel" btn-radio="'Left'">Left</button>
        <button type="button" class="btn btn-primary" ng-model="radioModel" btn-radio="'Middle'">Middle</button>
        <button type="button" class="btn btn-primary" ng-model="radioModel" btn-radio="'Right'">Right</button>
var ButtonsCtrl = function ($scope) {

  $scope.singleModel = 1;

  $scope.radioModel = 'Middle';

  $scope.checkModel = {
    left: false,
    middle: true,
    right: false

Some content

AngularJS version of Bootstrap's collapse plugin. Provides a simple way to hide and show an element with a css transition

<div ng-controller="CollapseDemoCtrl">
	<button class="btn btn-default" ng-click="isCollapsed = !isCollapsed">Toggle collapse</button>
	<div collapse="isCollapsed">
		<div class="well well-lg">Some content</div> 
function CollapseDemoCtrl($scope) {
  $scope.isCollapsed = false;
Selected date is: {{dt | date:'fullDate' }}



A clean, flexible, and fully customizable date picker.

User can navigate through months and years. The datepicker shows dates that come from other than the main month being displayed. These other dates are also selectable.

Everything is formatted using the date filter and thus is also localized.

Datepicker Settings

All settings can be provided as attributes in the <datepicker> or globally configured through the datepickerConfig.

  • ng-model : The date object.

  • show-weeks (Defaults: true) : Whether to display week numbers.

  • starting-day (Defaults: 0) : Starting day of the week from 0-6 (0=Sunday, ..., 6=Saturday).

  • min (Default: null) : Defines the minimum available date.

  • max (Default: null) : Defines the maximum available date.

  • date-disabled (date, mode) (Default: null) : An optional expression to disable visible options based on passing date and current mode (day|month|year).

  • day-format (Default: 'dd') : Format of day in month.

  • month-format (Default: 'MMMM') : Format of month in year.

  • year-format (Default: 'yyyy') : Format of year in year range.

  • year-range (Default: 20) : Number of years displayed in year selection.

  • day-header-format (Default: 'EEE') : Format of day in week header.

  • day-title-format (Default: 'MMMM yyyy') : Format of title when selecting day.

  • month-title-format (Default: 'yyyy') : Format of title when selecting month.

Popup Settings

Options for datepicker can be passed as JSON using the datepicker-options attribute. Specific settings for the datepicker-popup, that can globally configured through the datepickerPopupConfig, are:

  • datepicker-popup (Default: 'yyyy-MM-dd') : The format for displayed dates.

  • show-button-bar (Default: true) : Whether to display a button bar underneath the datepicker.

  • current-text (Default: 'Today') : The text to display for the current day button.

  • toggle-weeks-text (Default: 'Weeks') : The text to display for the toggling week numbers button.

  • clear-text (Default: 'Clear') : The text to display for the clear button.

  • close-text (Default: 'Done') : The text to display for the close button.

  • close-on-date-selection (Default: true) : Whether to close calendar when a date is chosen.

  • datepicker-append-to-body (Default: false): Append the datepicker popup element to body, rather than inserting after datepicker-popup. For global configuration, use datepickerPopupConfig.appendToBody.

<div ng-controller="DatepickerDemoCtrl">
    <pre>Selected date is: <em>{{dt | date:'fullDate' }}</em></pre>

    <div style="display:inline-block; min-height:290px;">
      <div class="well well-sm" ng-model="dt">
          <datepicker min="minDate" show-weeks="showWeeks"></datepicker>

    <div class="row">
        <div class="col-md-6">
            <p class="input-group">
              <input type="text" class="form-control" datepicker-popup="{{format}}" ng-model="dt" is-open="opened" min="minDate" max="'2015-06-22'" datepicker-options="dateOptions" date-disabled="disabled(date, mode)" ng-required="true" close-text="Close" />
              <span class="input-group-btn">
                <button class="btn btn-default" ng-click="open($event)"><i class="glyphicon glyphicon-calendar"></i></button>
    <div class="row">
        <div class="col-md-6">
            <label>Format:</label> <select class="form-control" ng-model="format" ng-options="f for f in formats"><option></option></select>

    <hr />
    <button class="btn btn-sm btn-info" ng-click="today()">Today</button>
    <button class="btn btn-sm btn-default" ng-click="dt = '2009-08-24'">2009-08-24</button>
    <button class="btn btn-sm btn-success" ng-click="toggleWeeks()" tooltip="For inline datepicker">Toggle Weeks</button>
    <button class="btn btn-sm btn-danger" ng-click="clear()">Clear</button>
    <button class="btn btn-sm btn-default" ng-click="toggleMin()" tooltip="After today restriction">Min date</button>
var DatepickerDemoCtrl = function ($scope) {
  $scope.today = function() {
    $scope.dt = new Date();

  $scope.showWeeks = true;
  $scope.toggleWeeks = function () {
    $scope.showWeeks = ! $scope.showWeeks;

  $scope.clear = function () {
    $scope.dt = null;

  // Disable weekend selection
  $scope.disabled = function(date, mode) {
    return ( mode === 'day' && ( date.getDay() === 0 || date.getDay() === 6 ) );

  $scope.toggleMin = function() {
    $scope.minDate = ( $scope.minDate ) ? null : new Date();

  $scope.open = function($event) {

    $scope.opened = true;

  $scope.dateOptions = {
    'year-format': "'yy'",
    'starting-day': 1

  $scope.formats = ['dd-MMMM-yyyy', 'yyyy/MM/dd', 'shortDate'];
  $scope.format = $scope.formats[0];


The selected page no: {{currentPage}}


Limit the maximum visible buttons

Page: {{bigCurrentPage}} / {{numPages}}

A lightweight pagination directive that is focused on ... providing pagination & will take care of visualising a pagination bar and enable / disable buttons correctly!

Pagination Settings

Settings can be provided as attributes in the <pagination> or globally configured through the paginationConfig.

  • page : Current page number. First page is 1.

  • total-items : Total number of items in all pages.

  • items-per-page (Defaults: 10) : Maximum number of items per page. A value less than one indicates all items on one page.

  • max-size (Defaults: null) : Limit number for pagination size.

  • num-pages readonly (Defaults: angular.noop) : An optional expression assigned the total number of pages to display.

  • rotate (Defaults: true) : Whether to keep current page in the middle of the visible ones.

  • on-select-page (page) (Default: null) : An optional expression called when a page is selected having the page number as argument.

  • direction-links (Default: true) : Whether to display Previous / Next buttons.

  • previous-text (Default: 'Previous') : Text for Previous button.

  • next-text (Default: 'Next') : Text for Next button.

  • boundary-links (Default: false) : Whether to display First / Last buttons.

  • first-text (Default: 'First') : Text for First button.

  • last-text (Default: 'Last') : Text for Last button.

Pager Settings

Settings can be provided as attributes in the <pager> or globally configured through the pagerConfig.
For page, total-items, items-per-page, num-pages and on-select-page (page) see pagination settings. Other settings are:

  • align (Default: true) : Whether to align each link to the sides.

  • previous-text (Default: '« Previous') : Text for Previous button.

  • next-text (Default: 'Next »') : Text for Next button.

<div ng-controller="PaginationDemoCtrl">
    <pagination total-items="totalItems" page="currentPage"></pagination>
    <pagination boundary-links="true" total-items="totalItems" page="currentPage" class="pagination-sm" previous-text="&lsaquo;" next-text="&rsaquo;" first-text="&laquo;" last-text="&raquo;"></pagination>
    <pagination direction-links="false" boundary-links="true" total-items="totalItems" page="currentPage"></pagination>
    <pagination direction-links="false" total-items="totalItems" page="currentPage" num-pages="smallnumPages"></pagination>
    <pre>The selected page no: {{currentPage}}</pre>
    <button class="btn btn-info" ng-click="setPage(3)">Set current page to: 3</button>

    <hr />
    <pager total-items="totalItems" page="currentPage"></pager>

    <hr />
    <h4>Limit the maximum visible buttons</h4>
    <pagination total-items="bigTotalItems" page="bigCurrentPage" max-size="maxSize" class="pagination-sm" boundary-links="true"></pagination>
    <pagination total-items="bigTotalItems" page="bigCurrentPage" max-size="maxSize" class="pagination-sm" boundary-links="true" rotate="false" num-pages="numPages"></pagination>
    <pre>Page: {{bigCurrentPage}} / {{numPages}}</pre>
var PaginationDemoCtrl = function ($scope) {
  $scope.totalItems = 64;
  $scope.currentPage = 4;
  $scope.maxSize = 5;
  $scope.setPage = function (pageNo) {
    $scope.currentPage = pageNo;

  $scope.bigTotalItems = 175;
  $scope.bigCurrentPage = 1;





A lightweight, extensible directive for fancy popover creation. The popover directive supports multiple placements, optional transition animation, and more.

Like the Bootstrap jQuery plugin, the popover requires the tooltip module.

The popover directives provides several optional attributes to control how it will display:

  • popover-title: A string to display as a fancy title.
  • popover-placement: Where to place it? Defaults to "top", but also accepts "bottom", "left", "right".
  • popover-animation: Should it fade in and out? Defaults to "true".
  • popover-popup-delay: For how long should the user have to have the mouse over the element before the popover shows (in milliseconds)? Defaults to 0.
  • popover-trigger: What should trigger the show of the popover? See the tooltip directive for supported values.
  • popover-append-to-body: Should the tooltip be appended to $body instead of the parent element?

The popover directives require the $position service.

The popover directive also supports various default configurations through the $tooltipProvider. See the tooltip section for more information.

<div ng-controller="PopoverDemoCtrl">
    <div class="form-group">
      <label>Popup Text:</label>
      <input type="text" ng-model="dynamicPopover" class="form-control">
    <div class="form-group">
      <label>Popup Title:</label>
      <input type="text" ng-model="dynamicPopoverTitle" class="form-control">
    <button popover="{{dynamicPopover}}" popover-title="{{dynamicPopoverTitle}}" class="btn btn-default">Dynamic Popover</button>
    <hr />
    <button popover-placement="top" popover="On the Top!" class="btn btn-default">Top</button>
    <button popover-placement="left" popover="On the Left!" class="btn btn-default">Left</button>
    <button popover-placement="right" popover="On the Right!" class="btn btn-default">Right</button>
    <button popover-placement="bottom" popover="On the Bottom!" class="btn btn-default">Bottom</button>
    <hr />
      <button popover="I appeared on mouse enter!" popover-trigger="mouseenter" class="btn btn-default">Mouseenter</button>
    <input type="text" value="Click me!" popover="I appeared on focus! Click away and I'll vanish..."  popover-trigger="focus" class="form-control">

    <hr />
    <button Popover-animation="true" popover="I fade in and out!" class="btn btn-default">fading</button>
    <button popover="I have a title!" popover-title="The title." class="btn btn-default">title</button>
var PopoverDemoCtrl = function ($scope) {
  $scope.dynamicPopover = "Hello, World!";
  $scope.dynamicPopoverTitle = "Title";


166 / 200


{{dynamic}} / {{max}} No animation {{dynamic}}% Object (changes type based on value) {{type}} !!! Watch out !!!



A progress bar directive that is focused on providing feedback on the progress of a workflow or action.

It supports multiple (stacked) bars into the same <progress> element or a single <progressbar> elemtnt with optional max attribute and transition animations.



  • value : The current value of progress completed.

  • type (Default: null) : Style type. Possible values are 'success', 'warning' etc.

  • max (Default: 100) : A number that specifies the total value of bars that is required.

  • animate (Default: true) : Whether bars use transitions to achieve the width change.


Place multiple <bars> into the same <progress> element to stack them. <progress> supports max and animate & <bar> supports value and type attributes.

<div ng-controller="ProgressDemoCtrl">

    <div class="row">
        <div class="col-sm-4"><progressbar value="55"></progressbar></div>
        <div class="col-sm-4"><progressbar class="progress-striped" value="22" type="warning">22%</progressbar></div>
        <div class="col-sm-4"><progressbar class="progress-striped active" max="200" value="166" type="danger"><i>166 / 200</i></progressbar></div>

    <hr />
    <h3>Dynamic <button class="btn btn-sm btn-primary" type="button" ng-click="random()">Randomize</button></h3>
    <progressbar max="max" value="dynamic"><span style="color:black; white-space:nowrap;">{{dynamic}} / {{max}}</span></progressbar>
    <small><em>No animation</em></small>
    <progressbar animate="false" value="dynamic" type="success"><b>{{dynamic}}%</b></progressbar>

    <small><em>Object (changes type based on value)</em></small>
    <progressbar class="progress-striped active" value="dynamic" type="{{type}}">{{type}} <i ng-show="showWarning">!!! Watch out !!!</i></progressbar>
    <hr />
    <h3>Stacked <button class="btn btn-sm btn-primary" type="button" ng-click="randomStacked()">Randomize</button></h3>
    <progress><bar ng-repeat="bar in stacked" value="bar.value" type="{{bar.type}}"><span ng-hide="bar.value < 5">{{bar.value}}%</span></bar></progress>

var ProgressDemoCtrl = function ($scope) {
  $scope.max = 200;

  $scope.random = function() {
    var value = Math.floor((Math.random() * 100) + 1);
    var type;

    if (value < 25) {
      type = 'success';
    } else if (value < 50) {
      type = 'info';
    } else if (value < 75) {
      type = 'warning';
    } else {
      type = 'danger';

    $scope.showWarning = (type === 'danger' || type === 'warning');

    $scope.dynamic = value;
    $scope.type = type;
  $scope.randomStacked = function() {
    $scope.stacked = [];
    var types = ['success', 'info', 'warning', 'danger'];
    for (var i = 0, n = Math.floor((Math.random() * 4) + 1); i < n; i++) {
        var index = Math.floor((Math.random() * 4));
          value: Math.floor((Math.random() * 30) + 1),
          type: types[index]


Rate: {{rate}} - Readonly is: {{isReadonly}} - Hovering over: {{overStar || "none"}}

Custom icons

(Rate: {{x}})
(Rate: {{y}})

Rating directive that will take care of visualising a star rating bar.



  • value : The current rate.

  • max (Defaults: 5) : Changes the number of icons.

  • readonly (Defaults: false) : Prevent user's interaction.

  • on-hover(value) : An optional expression called when user's mouse is over a particular icon.

  • on-leave() : An optional expression called when user's mouse leaves the control altogether.

  • state-on (Defaults: null) : A variable used in template to specify the state (class, src, etc) for selected icons.

  • state-off (Defaults: null) : A variable used in template to specify the state for unselected icons.

  • rating-states (Defaults: null) : An array of objects defining properties for all icons. In default template, stateOn & stateOff property is used to specify the icon's class.

<div ng-controller="RatingDemoCtrl">
    <rating value="rate" max="max" readonly="isReadonly" on-hover="hoveringOver(value)" on-leave="overStar = null"></rating>
    <span class="label" ng-class="{'label-warning': percent<30, 'label-info': percent>=30 && percent<70, 'label-success': percent>=70}" ng-show="overStar && !isReadonly">{{percent}}%</span>

    <pre style="margin:15px 0;">Rate: <b>{{rate}}</b> - Readonly is: <i>{{isReadonly}}</i> - Hovering over: <b>{{overStar || "none"}}</b></pre>

    <button class="btn btn-sm btn-danger" ng-click="rate = 0" ng-disabled="isReadonly">Clear</button>
    <button class="btn btn-sm btn-default" ng-click="isReadonly = ! isReadonly">Toggle Readonly</button>
    <hr />

    <h4>Custom icons</h4>
    <div ng-init="x = 5"><rating value="x" max="15" state-on="'glyphicon-ok-sign'" state-off="'glyphicon-ok-circle'"></rating> <b>(<i>Rate:</i> {{x}})</b></div>
    <div ng-init="y = 2"><rating value="y" rating-states="ratingStates"></rating> <b>(<i>Rate:</i> {{y}})</b></div>
var RatingDemoCtrl = function ($scope) {
  $scope.rate = 7;
  $scope.max = 10;
  $scope.isReadonly = false;

  $scope.hoveringOver = function(value) {
    $scope.overStar = value;
    $scope.percent = 100 * (value / $scope.max);

  $scope.ratingStates = [
    {stateOn: 'glyphicon-ok-sign', stateOff: 'glyphicon-ok-circle'},
    {stateOn: 'glyphicon-star', stateOff: 'glyphicon-star-empty'},
    {stateOn: 'glyphicon-heart', stateOff: 'glyphicon-ban-circle'},
    {stateOn: 'glyphicon-heart'},
    {stateOff: 'glyphicon-off'}

Select a tab by setting active binding to true:

Static content {{tab.content}} Alert! I've got an HTML heading, and a select callback. Pretty cool!
Vertical content 1 Vertical content 2
Justified content Short Labeled Justified content Long Labeled Justified content

AngularJS version of the tabs directive.



  • vertical (Defaults: false) : Whether tabs appear vertically stacked.

  • justified (Defaults: false) : Whether tabs fill the container and have a consistent width.

  • type (Defaults: 'tabs') : Navigation type. Possible values are 'tabs' and 'pills'.


  • heading or <tab-heading> : Heading text or HTML markup.

  • active (Defaults: false) : Whether tab is currently selected.

  • disabled (Defaults: false) : Whether tab is clickable and can be activated.

  • select() (Defaults: null) : An optional expression called when tab is activated.

  • deselect() (Defaults: null) : An optional expression called when tab is deactivated.

<div ng-controller="TabsDemoCtrl">
  <p>Select a tab by setting active binding to true:</p>
    <button class="btn btn-default btn-sm" ng-click="tabs[0].active = true">Select second tab</button>
    <button class="btn btn-default btn-sm" ng-click="tabs[1].active = true">Select third tab</button>
    <button class="btn btn-default btn-sm" ng-click="tabs[1].disabled = ! tabs[1].disabled">Enable / Disable third tab</button>
  <hr />

    <tab heading="Static title">Static content</tab>
    <tab ng-repeat="tab in tabs" heading="{{tab.title}}" active="tab.active" disabled="tab.disabled">
    <tab select="alertMe()">
        <i class="glyphicon glyphicon-bell"></i> Alert!
      I've got an HTML heading, and a select callback. Pretty cool!

  <hr />

  <tabset vertical="true" type="navType">
    <tab heading="Vertical 1">Vertical content 1</tab>
    <tab heading="Vertical 2">Vertical content 2</tab>

  <hr />

  <tabset justified="true">
    <tab heading="Justified">Justified content</tab>
    <tab heading="SJ">Short Labeled Justified content</tab>
    <tab heading="Long Justified">Long Labeled Justified content</tab>
var TabsDemoCtrl = function ($scope) {
  $scope.tabs = [
    { title:"Dynamic Title 1", content:"Dynamic content 1" },
    { title:"Dynamic Title 2", content:"Dynamic content 2", disabled: true }

  $scope.alertMe = function() {
    setTimeout(function() {
      alert("You've selected the alert tab!");

  $scope.navType = 'pills';
Time is: {{mytime | date:'shortTime' }}
Hours step is:
Minutes step is:

A lightweight & configurable timepicker directive.


All settings can be provided as attributes in the <timepicker> or globally configured through the timepickerConfig.

  • ng-model : The Date object that provides the time state.

  • hour-step (Defaults: 1) : Number of hours to increase or decrease when using a button.

  • minute-step (Defaults: 1) : Number of minutes to increase or decrease when using a button.

  • show-meridian (Defaults: true) : Whether to display 12H or 24H mode.

  • meridians (Defaults: null) : Meridian labels based on locale. To override you must supply an array like ['AM', 'PM'].

  • readonly-input (Defaults: false) : Whether user can type inside the hours & minutes input.

  • mousewheel (Defaults: true) : Whether user can scroll inside the hours & minutes input to increase or decrease it's values.

<div ng-controller="TimepickerDemoCtrl">

  <div ng-model="mytime" ng-change="changed()" style="display:inline-block;">
        <timepicker hour-step="hstep" minute-step="mstep" show-meridian="ismeridian"></timepicker>

   <pre class="alert alert-info">Time is: {{mytime | date:'shortTime' }}</pre>

  <div class="row"> 
    <div class="col-xs-6">
        Hours step is:
      <select class="form-control" ng-model="hstep" ng-options="opt for opt in options.hstep"></select>
    <div class="col-xs-6">
        Minutes step is:
      <select class="form-control" ng-model="mstep" ng-options="opt for opt in options.mstep"></select>


  <button class="btn btn-info" ng-click="toggleMode()">12H / 24H</button>
  <button class="btn btn-default" ng-click="update()">Set to 14:00</button>
  <button class="btn btn-danger" ng-click="clear()">Clear</button>

var TimepickerDemoCtrl = function ($scope) {
  $scope.mytime = new Date();

  $scope.hstep = 1;
  $scope.mstep = 15;

  $scope.options = {
    hstep: [1, 2, 3],
    mstep: [1, 5, 10, 15, 25, 30]

  $scope.ismeridian = true;
  $scope.toggleMode = function() {
    $scope.ismeridian = ! $scope.ismeridian;

  $scope.update = function() {
    var d = new Date();
    d.setHours( 14 );
    d.setMinutes( 0 );
    $scope.mytime = d;

  $scope.changed = function () {
    console.log('Time changed to: ' + $scope.mytime);

  $scope.clear = function() {
    $scope.mytime = null;

Pellentesque {{dynamicTooltipText}}, sit amet venenatis urna cursus eget nunc scelerisque viverra mauris, in aliquam. Tincidunt lobortis feugiat vivamus at left eget arcu dictum varius duis at consectetur lorem. Vitae elementum curabitur right nunc sed velit dignissim sodales ut eu sem integer vitae. Turpis egestas bottom pharetra convallis posuere morbi leo urna, fading at elementum eu, facilisis sed odio morbi quis commodo odio. In cursus delayed turpis massa tincidunt dui ut.

I can even contain HTML. Check me out!

A lightweight, extensible directive for fancy tooltip creation. The tooltip directive supports multiple placements, optional transition animation, and more.

There are two versions of the tooltip: tooltip and tooltip-html-unsafe. The former takes text only and will escape any HTML provided. The latter takes whatever HTML is provided and displays it in a tooltip; it called "unsafe" because the HTML is not sanitized. The user is responsible for ensuring the content is safe to put into the DOM!

The tooltip directives provide several optional attributes to control how they will display:

  • tooltip-placement: Where to place it? Defaults to "top", but also accepts "bottom", "left", "right".
  • tooltip-animation: Should it fade in and out? Defaults to "true".
  • tooltip-popup-delay: For how long should the user have to have the mouse over the element before the tooltip shows (in milliseconds)? Defaults to 0.
  • tooltip-trigger: What should trigger a show of the tooltip?
  • tooltip-append-to-body: Should the tooltip be appended to $body instead of the parent element?

The tooltip directives require the $position service.


The following show triggers are supported out of the box, along with their provided hide triggers:

  • mouseenter: mouseleave
  • click: click
  • focus: blur

For any non-supported value, the trigger will be used to both show and hide the tooltip.


Through the $tooltipProvider, you can change the way tooltips and popovers behave by default; the attributes above always take precedence. The following methods are available:

  • setTriggers( obj ): Extends the default trigger mappings mentioned above with mappings of your own. E.g. { 'openTrigger': 'closeTrigger' }.
  • options( obj ): Provide a set of defaults for certain tooltip and popover attributes. Currently supports 'placement', 'animation', 'popupDelay', and appendToBody. Here are the defaults:

    placement: 'top',
    animation: true,
    popupDelay: 0,
    appendToBody: false

<div ng-controller="TooltipDemoCtrl">
    <div class="form-group">
      <label>Dynamic Tooltip Text</label>
      <input type="text" ng-model="dynamicTooltipText" class="form-control">
    <div class="form-group">
      <label>Dynamic Tooltip Popup Text</label>
      <input type="text" ng-model="dynamicTooltip" class="form-control">
      Pellentesque <a href="#" tooltip="{{dynamicTooltip}}">{{dynamicTooltipText}}</a>,
      sit amet venenatis urna cursus eget nunc scelerisque viverra mauris, in
      aliquam. Tincidunt lobortis feugiat vivamus at 
      <a href="#" tooltip-placement="left" tooltip="On the Left!">left</a> eget
      arcu dictum varius duis at consectetur lorem. Vitae elementum curabitur
      <a href="#" tooltip-placement="right" tooltip="On the Right!">right</a> 
      nunc sed velit dignissim sodales ut eu sem integer vitae. Turpis egestas 
      <a href="#" tooltip-placement="bottom" tooltip="On the Bottom!">bottom</a> 
      pharetra convallis posuere morbi leo urna, 
      <a href="#" tooltip-animation="false" tooltip="I don't fade. :-(">fading</a>
      at elementum eu, facilisis sed odio morbi quis commodo odio. In cursus
      <a href="#" tooltip-popup-delay='1000' tooltip='appears with delay'>delayed</a> turpis massa tincidunt dui ut.

      I can even contain HTML. <a href="#" tooltip-html-unsafe="{{htmlTooltip}}">Check me out!</a>

    <form role="form">
      <div class="form-group">
        <label>Or use custom triggers, like focus: </label>
        <input type="text" value="Click me!" tooltip="See? Now click away..."  tooltip-trigger="focus" tooltip-placement="right" class="form-control" />
var TooltipDemoCtrl = function ($scope) {
  $scope.dynamicTooltip = "Hello, World!";
  $scope.dynamicTooltipText = "dynamic";
  $scope.htmlTooltip = "I've been made <b>bold</b>!";

Static arrays

Model: {{selected | json}}

Asynchronous results

Model: {{asyncSelected | json}}

Custom templates for results

Model: {{customSelected | json}}

Typeahead is a AngularJS version of Bootstrap v2's typeahead plugin. This directive can be used to quickly create elegant typeaheads with any form text input.

It is very well integrated into AngularJS as it uses a subset of the select directive syntax, which is very flexible. Supported expressions are:

  • label for value in sourceArray
  • select as label for value in sourceArray

The sourceArray expression can use a special $viewValue variable that corresponds to the value entered inside the input.

This directive works with promises, meaning you can retrieve matches using the $http service with minimal effort.

The typeahead directives provide several attributes:

  • ng-model : Assignable angular expression to data-bind to

  • typeahead : Comprehension Angular expression (see select directive)

  • typeahead-editable (Defaults: true) : Should it restrict model values to the ones selected from the popup only ?

  • typeahead-input-formatter (Defaults: undefined) : Format the ng-model result after selection

  • typeahead-loading (Defaults: angular.noop) : Binding to a variable that indicates if matches are being retrieved asynchronously

  • typeahead-min-length (Defaults: 1) : Minimal no of characters that needs to be entered before typeahead kicks-in

  • typeahead-on-select (Defaults: null) : A callback executed when a match is selected

  • typeahead-template-url : Set custom item template

  • typeahead-wait-ms (Defaults: 0) : Minimal wait time after last character typed before typeahead kicks-in

<script type="text/ng-template" id="customTemplate.html">
      <img ng-src="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/{{match.model.flag}}" width="16">
      <span bind-html-unsafe="match.label | typeaheadHighlight:query"></span>
<div class='container-fluid' ng-controller="TypeaheadCtrl">

    <h4>Static arrays</h4>
    <pre>Model: {{selected | json}}</pre>
    <input type="text" ng-model="selected" typeahead="state for state in states | filter:$viewValue | limitTo:8" class="form-control">

    <h4>Asynchronous results</h4>
    <pre>Model: {{asyncSelected | json}}</pre>
    <input type="text" ng-model="asyncSelected" placeholder="Locations loaded via $http" typeahead="address for address in getLocation($viewValue) | filter:$viewValue" typeahead-loading="loadingLocations" class="form-control">
    <i ng-show="loadingLocations" class="glyphicon glyphicon-refresh"></i>

    <h4>Custom templates for results</h4>
    <pre>Model: {{customSelected | json}}</pre>
    <input type="text" ng-model="customSelected" placeholder="Custom template" typeahead="state as state.name for state in statesWithFlags | filter:{name:$viewValue}" typeahead-template-url="customTemplate.html" class="form-control">
function TypeaheadCtrl($scope, $http) {

  $scope.selected = undefined;
  $scope.states = ['Alabama', 'Alaska', 'Arizona', 'Arkansas', 'California', 'Colorado', 'Connecticut', 'Delaware', 'Florida', 'Georgia', 'Hawaii', 'Idaho', 'Illinois', 'Indiana', 'Iowa', 'Kansas', 'Kentucky', 'Louisiana', 'Maine', 'Maryland', 'Massachusetts', 'Michigan', 'Minnesota', 'Mississippi', 'Missouri', 'Montana', 'Nebraska', 'Nevada', 'New Hampshire', 'New Jersey', 'New Mexico', 'New York', 'North Dakota', 'North Carolina', 'Ohio', 'Oklahoma', 'Oregon', 'Pennsylvania', 'Rhode Island', 'South Carolina', 'South Dakota', 'Tennessee', 'Texas', 'Utah', 'Vermont', 'Virginia', 'Washington', 'West Virginia', 'Wisconsin', 'Wyoming'];
  // Any function returning a promise object can be used to load values asynchronously
  $scope.getLocation = function(val) {
    return $http.get('http://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/geocode/json', {
      params: {
        address: val,
        sensor: false
      var addresses = [];
      angular.forEach(res.data.results, function(item){
      return addresses;

  $scope.statesWithFlags = [{"name":"Alabama","flag":"5/5c/Flag_of_Alabama.svg/45px-Flag_of_Alabama.svg.png"},{"name":"Alaska","flag":"e/e6/Flag_of_Alaska.svg/43px-Flag_of_Alaska.svg.png"},{"name":"Arizona","flag":"9/9d/Flag_of_Arizona.svg/45px-Flag_of_Arizona.svg.png"},{"name":"Arkansas","flag":"9/9d/Flag_of_Arkansas.svg/45px-Flag_of_Arkansas.svg.png"},{"name":"California","flag":"0/01/Flag_of_California.svg/45px-Flag_of_California.svg.png"},{"name":"Colorado","flag":"4/46/Flag_of_Colorado.svg/45px-Flag_of_Colorado.svg.png"},{"name":"Connecticut","flag":"9/96/Flag_of_Connecticut.svg/39px-Flag_of_Connecticut.svg.png"},{"name":"Delaware","flag":"c/c6/Flag_of_Delaware.svg/45px-Flag_of_Delaware.svg.png"},{"name":"Florida","flag":"f/f7/Flag_of_Florida.svg/45px-Flag_of_Florida.svg.png"},{"name":"Georgia","flag":"5/54/Flag_of_Georgia_%28U.S._state%29.svg/46px-Flag_of_Georgia_%28U.S._state%29.svg.png"},{"name":"Hawaii","flag":"e/ef/Flag_of_Hawaii.svg/46px-Flag_of_Hawaii.svg.png"},{"name":"Idaho","flag":"a/a4/Flag_of_Idaho.svg/38px-Flag_of_Idaho.svg.png"},{"name":"Illinois","flag":"0/01/Flag_of_Illinois.svg/46px-Flag_of_Illinois.svg.png"},{"name":"Indiana","flag":"a/ac/Flag_of_Indiana.svg/45px-Flag_of_Indiana.svg.png"},{"name":"Iowa","flag":"a/aa/Flag_of_Iowa.svg/44px-Flag_of_Iowa.svg.png"},{"name":"Kansas","flag":"d/da/Flag_of_Kansas.svg/46px-Flag_of_Kansas.svg.png"},{"name":"Kentucky","flag":"8/8d/Flag_of_Kentucky.svg/46px-Flag_of_Kentucky.svg.png"},{"name":"Louisiana","flag":"e/e0/Flag_of_Louisiana.svg/46px-Flag_of_Louisiana.svg.png"},{"name":"Maine","flag":"3/35/Flag_of_Maine.svg/45px-Flag_of_Maine.svg.png"},{"name":"Maryland","flag":"a/a0/Flag_of_Maryland.svg/45px-Flag_of_Maryland.svg.png"},{"name":"Massachusetts","flag":"f/f2/Flag_of_Massachusetts.svg/46px-Flag_of_Massachusetts.svg.png"},{"name":"Michigan","flag":"b/b5/Flag_of_Michigan.svg/45px-Flag_of_Michigan.svg.png"},{"name":"Minnesota","flag":"b/b9/Flag_of_Minnesota.svg/46px-Flag_of_Minnesota.svg.png"},{"name":"Mississippi","flag":"4/42/Flag_of_Mississippi.svg/45px-Flag_of_Mississippi.svg.png"},{"name":"Missouri","flag":"5/5a/Flag_of_Missouri.svg/46px-Flag_of_Missouri.svg.png"},{"name":"Montana","flag":"c/cb/Flag_of_Montana.svg/45px-Flag_of_Montana.svg.png"},{"name":"Nebraska","flag":"4/4d/Flag_of_Nebraska.svg/46px-Flag_of_Nebraska.svg.png"},{"name":"Nevada","flag":"f/f1/Flag_of_Nevada.svg/45px-Flag_of_Nevada.svg.png"},{"name":"New Hampshire","flag":"2/28/Flag_of_New_Hampshire.svg/45px-Flag_of_New_Hampshire.svg.png"},{"name":"New Jersey","flag":"9/92/Flag_of_New_Jersey.svg/45px-Flag_of_New_Jersey.svg.png"},{"name":"New Mexico","flag":"c/c3/Flag_of_New_Mexico.svg/45px-Flag_of_New_Mexico.svg.png"},{"name":"New York","flag":"1/1a/Flag_of_New_York.svg/46px-Flag_of_New_York.svg.png"},{"name":"North Carolina","flag":"b/bb/Flag_of_North_Carolina.svg/45px-Flag_of_North_Carolina.svg.png"},{"name":"North Dakota","flag":"e/ee/Flag_of_North_Dakota.svg/38px-Flag_of_North_Dakota.svg.png"},{"name":"Ohio","flag":"4/4c/Flag_of_Ohio.svg/46px-Flag_of_Ohio.svg.png"},{"name":"Oklahoma","flag":"6/6e/Flag_of_Oklahoma.svg/45px-Flag_of_Oklahoma.svg.png"},{"name":"Oregon","flag":"b/b9/Flag_of_Oregon.svg/46px-Flag_of_Oregon.svg.png"},{"name":"Pennsylvania","flag":"f/f7/Flag_of_Pennsylvania.svg/45px-Flag_of_Pennsylvania.svg.png"},{"name":"Rhode Island","flag":"f/f3/Flag_of_Rhode_Island.svg/32px-Flag_of_Rhode_Island.svg.png"},{"name":"South Carolina","flag":"6/69/Flag_of_South_Carolina.svg/45px-Flag_of_South_Carolina.svg.png"},{"name":"South Dakota","flag":"1/1a/Flag_of_South_Dakota.svg/46px-Flag_of_South_Dakota.svg.png"},{"name":"Tennessee","flag":"9/9e/Flag_of_Tennessee.svg/46px-Flag_of_Tennessee.svg.png"},{"name":"Texas","flag":"f/f7/Flag_of_Texas.svg/45px-Flag_of_Texas.svg.png"},{"name":"Utah","flag":"f/f6/Flag_of_Utah.svg/45px-Flag_of_Utah.svg.png"},{"name":"Vermont","flag":"4/49/Flag_of_Vermont.svg/46px-Flag_of_Vermont.svg.png"},{"name":"Virginia","flag":"4/47/Flag_of_Virginia.svg/44px-Flag_of_Virginia.svg.png"},{"name":"Washington","flag":"5/54/Flag_of_Washington.svg/46px-Flag_of_Washington.svg.png"},{"name":"West Virginia","flag":"2/22/Flag_of_West_Virginia.svg/46px-Flag_of_West_Virginia.svg.png"},{"name":"Wisconsin","flag":"2/22/Flag_of_Wisconsin.svg/45px-Flag_of_Wisconsin.svg.png"},{"name":"Wyoming","flag":"b/bc/Flag_of_Wyoming.svg/43px-Flag_of_Wyoming.svg.png"}];