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UI Bootstrap


Bootstrap components written in pure AngularJS by the AngularUI Team. UI Bootstrap provides 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. Build files for all directives are distributed in several flavours: minified for production usage, un-minified for development, with or without templates. It should be noted that the -tpls files contain the templates bundled in JavaScript, while the regular version does not contain the bundled templates. 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 fairly small: 122K minified for all directives with templates and 98K without (~31kB with gzip compression, with templates, and 28K gzipped without).


  • The accordion directive builds on top of the collapse directive to provide a list of items, with collapsible bodies
  • The alert directive can be used both to generate alerts from static and dynamic model data
  • With the buttons directive, you can make a group of buttons behave like a set of checkboxes or like a set of radio buttons
  • Carousel directive creates a carousel similar to bootstrap's image carousel
  • uib-collapse provides a simple way to hide and show an element with a css transition
  • The datepicker directive is flexible and fully customizable, you can navigate through days, months and years
  • And many more directives available

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