It is a module for AngularJS which allow you to attach an event handler to the element when this element has been scrolled almost to its bottom. In most of the case it will be used for infinite scrolling. It is very light (about 45 lines of code) and optimized to reduce the amount of $digest loop.
simply set as attribute a function accessible within the $scope
<ul lr-infinite-scroll="myEventHandler"> <li ng-repeat="item in myCollection"> </ul>
By default the handler will be called when the user is scrolling down and only 50 pixels are remaining before reaching the end of the element. You can overwrite the 50px by setting the attribute scroll-threshold
<ul lr-infinite-scroll="myEventHandler" scroll-threshold="200"> <li ng-repeat="item in myCollection"> </ul>
To reduce the amount of $digest loop, instead of calling the handler whenever a scroll down event is detected in the end zone. A time is started and if no other event is detected within 400ms, then the handler is called. You can overwrite the time value by setting the time-threshold attribute.
<ul lr-infinite-scroll="myEventHandler" scroll-threshold="200" time-threshold="600"> <li ng-repeat="item in myCollection"> </ul>
lrInfinite scroll module is under MIT license:
Copyright (C) 2013 Laurent Renard.
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