Using ng-repeat with Jekyll data files

Hi there,

I’m using AngularJS with my Jekyll site. I would like to add an accordion, which works ng-repeat. I know, I can add data in a script tag for ng-repeat, but is there any way to place this data in Jekyll data files?

Or maybe there are some other solutions?

I would really appreciate your help.

not 100% sure what you are asking, but when I use something like this I keep all the info in a data file and then loop thru it to build out the html as it can get complex - so much easier to manage when the content is in a data file. Assuming you need to build the data into a script file I don’t see why the same thing would not work, but I am not an angular user.

Here is an example of a simple js expandable div - at the bottom is a link to the repo where you can see the data file used.

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Hi there,

Thank you very much for your reply and the link.

I ended up with something similar. I have all the data in a separate JSON file and then build it into a script file with $http.get.