How to set min/max values in angularjs Datepicker


Angularjs Datepicker: How to set min/max date in angularjs-datepicker.

This is an example to show how can we set minimum and maximum date in a angularjs-datepicker component so that user can select dates within the range. Other dates which do not lie in the range are not selectable.

Example code:

1.  Write code to develop search admission form:

<div class="module directive">
 <form role="form">
  <div class="form-group">
    <label>Admission Date:</label> 
      <datepicker date-format="MM/dd/yyyy"  date-min-limit="{{admissionDateMinLimit}}" date-max-limit="{{admissionDateMaxLimit}}" selector="form-control"> 
        <div class="input-group" >
          <input  type="text"  ng-model="admissionDate" class="form-control" placeholder="Select Admission Date"/>
            <span class="input-group-addon" style="cursor: pointer">
              <i class="fa fa-lg fa-calendar"></i>
      <button type="submit" ng-click="student.findAdmissions();" class="btn btn-default">Search</button>

2.  Write a angularjs directive that will popup search addmission form.
3.  Write code to set min/max date

    .directive('student', function AdmissionSearchDrctv () {
        return {
            restrict: 'EA',
            replace: true,
            scope: true,
            templateUrl: "",
            controllerAs: 'student',
            controller: function ( $scope) {
   var currentDate = new Date();
         $scope.admissionDateMaxLimit = currentDate.getMonth() + 1  + '/' + currentDate.getDate() + '/' + currentDate.getFullYear();
         $scope.admissionDateMinLimit = currentDate.getMonth() + '/' + currentDate.getDate() + '/' + currentDate.getFullYear();
            this.findAdmissions = function () { 
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