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MouseOverDescription event " Mouse over called" new Date().getTime()ng-submit events. Show/Hide. And AngularJS being AngularJS, when it encounters something weird in a template it did it silently, with no errors in the span ng-mouseover"imgsrc.show true" ng-mouseout"imgsrc.show false">.This will display the image when you hover over "Yours Truly", and hide the image when you move the mouse away. Since Angular 1.3, there is a new tool to creating and managing forms in AngularJS, ngMessages.
Lets say we wanted to only show error messages after a user has clicked out of the input that they are typing into. AngularJS examples.