To create a horizontal scroll effect upon a button click in an AngularJS application, you can use CSS and AngularJS directives to manipulate the scrolling behavior. Here's a step-by-step guide to achieve this:

Step 1: Set Up Your AngularJS Application Make sure you have AngularJS set up in your application. Include the AngularJS library and your custom scripts in the HTML file.

Step 2: Create the Button and Scroll Container In your HTML file, create a button and a container that will be scrolled horizontally when the button is clicked.

html
<button ng-click="scrollRight()">Scroll Right</button> <div class="scroll-container" ng-style="scrollStyle"> <!-- Add your content here --> </div>

Step 3: Define the AngularJS Controller In your AngularJS controller, define the scrollStyle object to control the scrolling position.

javascript
angular.module('app', []) .controller('ScrollController', function($scope) { $scope.scrollStyle = { 'transform': 'translateX(0)' }; $scope.scrollRight = function() { $scope.scrollStyle['transform'] = 'translateX(-100px)'; }; });

In this example, the initial scroll position is set to 0, and when the "Scroll Right" button is clicked, the transform style is updated to translateX(-100px), causing the container to scroll 100 pixels to the right. You can adjust the value according to your desired scrolling distance.

Step 4: Add CSS Styles Finally, add CSS styles to create the horizontal scroll effect.

css
.scroll-container { white-space: nowrap; overflow-x: hidden; } .scroll-container > * { display: inline-block; /* Add your content styles here */ }

In this example, we set the white-space property of the .scroll-container to nowrap to prevent content wrapping. The overflow-x property is set to hidden to hide the horizontal scrollbar. The child elements of the .scroll-container are displayed inline using display: inline-block;, creating the horizontal layout.

Now, when the "Scroll Right" button is clicked, the content inside the .scroll-container will be scrolled horizontally.

Remember to replace 'app' with the name of your AngularJS module in the code above, and adjust the CSS styles and content inside the .scroll-container as needed for your specific use case.

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