AngularJS and ls.css

You can easily use ls.css style sheet together with AngularJS. This chapter demonstrates how.


To include ls.css in your AngularJS application, add the following line to the head of your document:

<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://learningslack/lib/ls.css">

If you want to study ls.css, visit our ls.css Tutorial.

Below is a complete HTML example, with all AngularJS directives and ls.css classes explained.


<!DOCTYPE html>
<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://learningslack/lib/ls.css">
<script src=""></script>
<body ng-app="myApp" ng-controller="userCtrl">

<div class="w3-container">


<table class="w3-table w3-bordered w3-striped">
    <th>First Name</th>
    <th>Last Name</th>
  <tr ng-repeat="user in users">
      <button class="w3-btn w3-ripple" ng-click="editUser(">&#9998; Edit</button>
    <td>{{ user.fName }}</td>
    <td>{{ user.lName }}</td>
<button class="w3-btn w3-green w3-ripple" ng-click="editUser('new')">&#9998; Create New User</button>

<form ng-hide="hideform">
  <h3 ng-show="edit">Create New User:</h3>
  <h3 ng-hide="edit">Edit User:</h3>
    <label>First Name:</label>
    <input class="w3-input w3-border" type="text" ng-model="fName" ng-disabled="!edit" placeholder="First Name">
    <label>Last Name:</label>
    <input class="w3-input w3-border" type="text" ng-model="lName" ng-disabled="!edit" placeholder="Last Name">
    <input class="w3-input w3-border" type="password" ng-model="passw1" placeholder="Password">
    <input class="w3-input w3-border" type="password" ng-model="passw2" placeholder="Repeat Password">
<button class="w3-btn w3-green w3-ripple" ng-disabled="error || incomplete">&#10004; Save Changes</button>


<script src= "myUsers.js"></script>

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Directives (Used Above) Explained

AngularJS Directive Description
<body ng-app Defines an application for the <body> element
<body ng-controller Defines a controller for the <body> element
<tr ng-repeat Repeats the <tr> element for each user in users
<button ng-click Invoke the function editUser() when the <button> element is clicked
<h3 ng-show Show the <h3>s element if edit = true
<h3 ng-hide Hide the form if hideform = true, and hide the <h3> element if edit = true
<input ng-model Bind the <input> element to the application
<button ng-disabled Disables the <button> element if error or incomplete = true

ls.css Classes Explained

Element Class Defines
<div> w3-container A content container
<table> w3-table A table
<table> w3-bordered A bordered table
<table> w3-striped A striped table
<button> w3-btn A button
<button> w3-green A green button
<button> w3-ripple A ripple effect when you click the button
<input> w3-input An input field
<input> w3-border A border on the input field

JavaScript Code


angular.module('myApp', []).controller('userCtrl', function($scope) {
$scope.fName = '';
$scope.lName = '';
$scope.passw1 = '';
$scope.passw2 = '';
$scope.users = [
{id:1, fName:'Hege', lName:"Pege" },
{id:2, fName:'Kim',  lName:"Pim" },
{id:3, fName:'Sal',  lName:"Smith" },
{id:4, fName:'Jack', lName:"Jones" },
{id:5, fName:'John', lName:"Doe" },
{id:6, fName:'Peter',lName:"Pan" }
$scope.edit = true;
$scope.error = false;
$scope.incomplete = false;
$scope.hideform = true;
$scope.editUser = function(id) {
  $scope.hideform = false;
  if (id == 'new') {
    $scope.edit = true;
    $scope.incomplete = true;
    $scope.fName = '';
    $scope.lName = '';
    } else {
    $scope.edit = false;
    $scope.fName = $scope.users[id-1].fName;
    $scope.lName = $scope.users[id-1].lName;

$scope.$watch('passw1',function() {$scope.test();});
$scope.$watch('passw2',function() {$scope.test();});
$scope.$watch('fName', function() {$scope.test();});
$scope.$watch('lName', function() {$scope.test();});

$scope.test = function() {
  if ($scope.passw1 !== $scope.passw2) {
    $scope.error = true;
    } else {
    $scope.error = false;
  $scope.incomplete = false;
  if ($scope.edit && (!$scope.fName.length ||
  !$scope.lName.length ||
  !$scope.passw1.length || !$scope.passw2.length)) {
     $scope.incomplete = true;


JavaScript Code Explained

Scope Properties Used for
$scope.fName Model variable (user first name)
$scope.lName Model variable (user last name)
$scope.passw1 Model variable (user password 1)
$scope.passw2 Model variable (user password 2)
$scope.users Model variable (array of users)
$scope.edit Set to true when user clicks on 'Create user'.
$scope.hideform Set to true when user clicks on 'Edit' or 'Create user'.
$scope.error Set to true if passw1 not equal passw2
$scope.incomplete Set to true if any field is empty (length = 0)
$scope.editUser Sets model variables
$scope.$watch Watches model variables
$scope.test Tests model variables for errors and incompleteness