Angular Js Multiple choice interview questions

Angular Js is based on

  • MVC Architecture
  • Decorator pattern
  • MVVM Architectural pattern
  • Observer Pattern
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AngularJS expressions are written using

  • (expression)
  • {{expression}}
  • {{{expression}}}
  • [expression]
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What is correct way to apply multiple filters in AngularJs.

  • {{ expression | filter1 | filter2 | ... }}
  • {{ expression | {filter1} | {filter2} | ... }}
  • {{ expression - {filter1} - {filter2} - ... }}
  • {{ {filter1} | {filter2} | ...-expression}}
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Which directive initializes an AngularJS application?

  • ng-init
  • ng-app
  • ngSrc
  • ng-start

Which of following is not valid AngularJs Filter

  • lowercase
  • orderby
  • email
  • currency

What are Angular Controllers are responsible for

  • Controlling the data.
  • Displaying the data.
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Which Angular directive is used to binds the value of HTML controls (input, select, textarea) to application data?

  • ng-cloak
  • ng-bind
  • ng-model
  • ng-blur
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Which one of following is correct syntax for creating a module in AngularJs?

  • var myModule= angular.module();
  • var myModule= new Module();
  • angular.module("app", []);
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How do you share data between controller and view?

  • using Model
  • using services
  • using factory
  • using $scope
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What is $routeProvider ?

  • A service
  • A module
  • A component
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Who is known as father of Angularjs?

  • Brad Green
  • Misko Hevery
  • Adam Abrons
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Angular 1.x is written in

  • Java
  • Javascript
  • TypeScript
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Is AngularJs supports two way binding?

  • True
  • False

Which Angular Directive is used to disable an Element?

  • ng-disabled
  • ng-hide
  • ng-false
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Is AngularJs supports internationalization?

  • True
  • False

Can we extend AngularJS?

  • True
  • False

What is $routeProvider ?

  • A service
  • A module
  • A component
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