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Post ngRepeat Code

all those questions, How to run function after ngRepeat is done Calling a function when ng-repeat has finished ng-repeat finish event all the answers in stackoverflow goes around <ul> <li ng-repeat = "item in items" ng-init = "$last ? doSomething() : angular.noop()" > {{item}} </li> </ul> which are nice and are a real solution, while each answer eventually give the same solution a bit more generic. one blog puts it quite better, while also enabling to choose the digest cycle stage, with the exception that you better use $parse instead of $eval: but in the end we usually just do some simple JS or JQ code or plugin, and i think that the real solution here is a simple setTimeout since the setTimeout function gets pushed to the end of the queue of the browser, its always right after everything is done in angular, usu