Opposite of ng-cloak for loading message

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I don’t know if this exists in the AngularJS framework, but essentially I’m looking for the opposite of ng-cloak, which hides elements until the page is compiled. I was looking for a way to show a full screen loading message until the page is compiled. Is there something built into the language to handle this?

How to solve :

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Method 1

I have resolved this using a somewhat hacky method as follows. The following HTML is added at the end of the main page.

<div ng-show="::false" style="position: fixed; height: 100%; width: 100%; background-color: #353535; top: 0; left: 0; z-index: 10000;">
    <div style="display: table; margin: 0 auto; font-size: 26px; color: #CCC;">

The message is shown across the entire browser until the page is compiled, at which point ng-show takes over and hides the loading message.

Angular 1.3+ lets you use the :: expression to prevent evaluating the expression in every digest cycle.

Method 2

<div ng-show>Loading Results...</div>

ng-show with no attribute specified compiles to false

Method 3

You can use css to archive this behavior.

Create a class:

.splash {
  display: none;

[ng-cloak].splash {
  display: block !important;

And then add:

<div class="splash" ng-cloak> Loading... </div>

This will show before the Angular code loads, and will hide after the angular code completes. Don’t forget to wrap your angular code with ng-cloak too.

<div ng-cloak> Your code... </div>

Method 4

This helped me:


It can be used without &:after, but the idea is well shown here, and my decision based on this was as follows:

    display: none !important

    position: relative
    display: block !important
      height: 50px
      display: flex
      justify-content: center
      align-items: center

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

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