Because I need to perform an action on a specific element, that element
being defined by a directive parameter, when the user interacts with
another elements. E.g. when the user interacts with the first
span [my-directive='1']', perform an action on the third
span [my-directive='3']. And the third span may be generated by ng-repeat.
It doesn't necessarily need to access the raw DOM element, it can interact
with its my-directive bound to that element as well.
perjantai 13. tammikuuta 2017 9.58.48 UTC+2 Sander Elias kirjoitti:
> Hi Esa,
> Why do you want to get a hold of the raw DOM element? In an angular app,
> most of the time if you need one there is a more efficient angular way of
> doing the same thing, without the need to touch the DOM at all.
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