mobile-angular-ui.activeLinks module sets up .active class for a elements those href attribute matches the current angular $location url. It takes care of excluding both search part and hash part from comparison.

.active classes are added/removed each time one of $locationChangeSuccess or $includeContentLoaded is fired.


Just declare it as a dependency to your app unless you have already included one of its super-modules.

angular.module('myApp', ['mobile-angular-ui.core.activeLinks']);

NOTE: if you are using it without Bootstrap you may need to add some css to your stylesheets to reflect the activation state of links. I.e. {
  color: blue;

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