First the HTML document is loaded into the browser, and evaluated by the browser. At this time the AngularJS . . . . . . .
You cannot use AngularJS directives to tell AnguluarJS how to mix the data into the HTML template.
If the data obtained from the model contains HTML elements, these are escaped before being inserted into the HTML template. The escaping means that the HTML is displayed as text, and not as HTML. This is done to prevent . . . .
AngularJS can show or hide HTML depending on the state of data in the model. You do so using a set of AngularJS directives such as . . . . . . which are created specifically for that purpose.
The . . . . . directive is used if you want to add or remove HTML elements from the DOM based on data in the model.