Included in this list, however, are also modules which can manage form validation errors your users see when they submit a form which has some validation issues. One example would be a directive to check if passwords match which simply checks if two input values are the same. Or a directive to check if a username is unique that fires off an ajax request to the server and checks and returns back informing the user.
1. Angular Bootstrap Show Errors by Paul Yoder
An Angular directive for Bootstrap 3 that intelligently applies the ‘has-error’ class to invalid form fields.
2. Angular Auto Validate by Jon Samwell
An automatic validation module for AngularJS which gets rid of excess HTML in favor of dynamic element modification to notify the user of validation errors.
3. logItDown by TransferWise Ltd.
logItDown is an AngularJS module that collects all your $log and $exceptionHandler messages into a service for later inspection.
4. JSNLog.AngularJS by Mperdeck
5. globalErrors by Devon DeVoss
A simple global errors module for AngularJS. I tested this with 1.22 and the current 1.3 angular beta.
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