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AngularJS | Scope
  • Last Updated : 22 Aug, 2019

Scope in AngularJS is the binding part of HTML view and JavaScript controller. When you add properties into the scope object in the JavaScript controller, only then the HTML view gets access to those properties. There are two types of Scope in AngulerJS.

  • $Scope
  • $rootScope

Scope: There is few specific features in Scope those are listed below

  • The HTML view
  • The data which is available for the current view known as Model
  • The JavaScript function that makes/changes/removes/controls the data known as Controller.

Syntax:

$scope

Example 1: This example will illustrate the scope concept more clearly this example contain single scope.




<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
  
<head>
    <title>
      AngularJS | Scope
    </title>
    <script src=
    </script>
</head>
  
<body>
  
    <div ng-app="gfg" ng-controller="control" align="center">
  
        <h1 style="color:green;">{{organization}}</h1>
        <p>A Computer Science Portal</p>
    </div>
  
    <script>
        var geeks = angular.module('gfg', []);
        geeks.controller('control', function($scope) {
            $scope.organization = "GeeksforGeeks";
        });
    </script>
  
</body>
  
</html>

Output:



Example 2: In the above example there is only one scope in the below example you will see more than one scope.




<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
  
<head>
    <title>
        AngularJS | Scope
    </title>
    <script src=
    </script>
</head>
  
<body>
  
    <div ng-app="gfg" ng-controller="control">
  
        <ul>
            <li ng-repeat="x in names">{{x}}</li>
        </ul>
  
    </div>
  
    <script>
        var geeks = angular.module('gfg', []);
  
        geeks.controller('control', function($scope) {
            $scope.names = ["Python", "Machine Learning",
                               "Artificial Inteligence"];
        });
    </script>
  
</body>
  
</html>                    

Output:

rootScope: If your variables contains the same name in the both rootscope and current scope then the controller or the application will use the current scope.
Syntax:

$rootScope

Example 3: This example will show you what will happen if the variable name is same in controller’s scope and the rootscope.




<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
  
<head>
    <title>
        AngularJS | Scope
    </title>
    <script src=
    </script>
</head>
  
<body ng-app="gfg">
    <h1>GeeksforGeeks</h1>
    <p>Jack and Jones</p>
    <h3>{{relation}}</h3>
  
    <div ng-controller="control">
  
        <p>Akbar and Antony </p>
        <h3>{{relation}}</h3>
  
    </div>
  
    <p>Jay and Viru</p>
    <h3>{{relation}}</h3>
  
    <script>
        var geeks = angular.module('gfg', []);
        geeks.run(function($rootScope) {
            $rootScope.relation = 'friend';
        });
        geeks.controller('control', function($scope) {
            $scope.relation = "brothers";
        });
    </script>
  
</body>
  
</html>

Output:

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