How to Share Data Between AngularJS Controllers

There are several ways to share data between AngularJS controllers:

1) Use AngularJS $rootScope without creating Service

2) Use depending parent and child relation between controller scopes.

3) Use AS keyword (If you are using angularJS 2.0, then you can use the “As” keyword which will pass your data from one controller to another controller)

Use AngularJS $rootScope without creating Service

AngularJS $rootScope is another option to share data between two controllers. This is also a way to share data across Controllers, to read or modify a global property.

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Use Depending Parent And Child Relation

As the name suggest this mechanism works with two controllers.

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