If you want to execute some code, when an image is fully loaded, you can use an custom directive in AngularJS, something like:

(function () {
    /// <summary>
    /// Bind to onload event, e.g. onload image.
    /// </summary>
    "use strict";

    function directive() {
        
        function link($scope, $element, attrs) {

            $element.bind('load', function () {

                $scope.options.load($element[0]);
                
            });

        }

        return {
            restrict: "A",
            scope: {
                options: "=htoOnload"
            },
            link: link
        };
    }

    angular
        .module("hto")
        .directive("htoOnload", [directive]);

}());

Usage:

<img id="locationImage" ng-src="{{ app.locationImageUrl }}" hto-onload="{ load: app.onLocationImageLoad }" />

The $scope contains an object “app” containing a function “onLocationImageLoad”.

The image is dynamically loaded by AngularJS, when the app.locationImageUrl changes.

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