How to set the id attribute of a HTML element dynamically with angularjs (1.x)?

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Provided an HTML element of type div, how to set the value of its id attribute, which is the concatenation of a scope variable and a string ?

How to solve :

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Method 1

ngAttr directive can totally be of help here, as introduced in the official documentation

https://docs.angularjs.org/guide/interpolation#-ngattr-for-binding-to-arbitrary-attributes

For instance, to set the id attribute value of a div element, so that it contains an index, a view fragment might contain

<div ng-attr-id="{{ 'object-' + myScopeObject.index }}"></div>


which would get interpolated to

<div id="object-1"></div>


Method 2

This thing worked for me pretty well:

<div id="{{ 'object-' + $index }}"></div> Method 3 In case you came to this question but related to newer Angular version >= 2.0. <div [id]="element.id"></div>  Method 4 A more elegant way I found to achieve this behaviour is simply: <div id="{{ 'object-' + myScopeObject.index }}"></div>  For my implementation I wanted each input element in a ng-repeat to each have a unique id to associate the label with. So for an array of objects contained inside myScopeObjects one could do this: <div ng-repeat="object in myScopeObject"> <input id="{{object.name + 'Checkbox'}}" type="checkbox"> <label for="{{object.name + 'Checkbox'}}">{{object.name}}</label> </div>  Being able to generate unique ids on the fly can be pretty useful when dynamically adding content like this. Method 5 You could just simply do the following In your js $scope.id = 0;


In your template

Method 7

If you use this syntax:

<div ng-attr-id="{{ 'object-' + myScopeObject.index }}"></div>


Angular will render something like:

 <div ng-id="object-1"></div>


However this syntax:

<div id="{{ 'object-' + \$index }}"></div>


will generate something like:

<div id="object-1"></div>


Note: Use and implement method 1 because this method fully tested our system.
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