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Has anyone ever tried adding a CartoDB runtime layer to a leaflet using an Angular Directive or angular-leaflet-directive (Leaflet Javascript Library)?

I tried this, which does not throw errors but my layer doesn't show. Is this a digest cycle issue?

angular.module('cartoDbDirectives', []).directive('cdbRuntime', function(){

 return {
  restrict: "A",
  scope: false,
  replace: false,

  link: function(scope, elm, attrs, controller){

    var map = L.map("mapCanvas", {
      zoom: 9,
      minZoom: 8,
      maxZoom: 19,
      center: [38.98, -75.511667], 
      zoomControl: false,
    });

    cartodb.createLayer(map, {
      user_name: 'czajk',
      type: 'cartodb',
      sublayers: [{
        sql: 'select crossing, the_geom_webmercator from crossings',
        cartocss:'#crossings{marker-fill:#ff0000;}',
        interactivity: 'crossing'
      }]
    })
    .addTo(map);
  }
 }
});

2 Answers 2

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I found that one way to do this is using the CartoDB Core API. Check this example: http://jsfiddle.net/eczajk1/ok0nseom/

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It is really hard to diagnose your problem without trying to reproduce it. Do you mind assembling a simple jsfiddle so we can better assist you?

Using a hardcoded reference to an element is frowned upon in Angular. Try to use the element reference the directive receives as the second parameter instead:

var map = L.map(elm, {
   ...
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  • Thanks for the help @PauloScardine. I haven't done this much, obviously.
    – eczajk
    Commented Dec 6, 2014 at 19:24

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