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When to use $destroy() function of scope?

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When to use $destroy() function of scope?
posted Oct 27, 2017 by Latha

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$destroy() - This function permanently detached the current scope with all of its children from the parent
scope. This is required when child scopes are no longer needed. Hence, $destroy() function is called to remove
these scopes from the browser’s memory.
When $destroy() is called all the watchers and listeners get removed and the object which represented the scope
becomes eligible for garbage collection.

answer Oct 27, 2017 by Shivaranjini