Angular provides the $scope objects into a hierarchy that is typically used by views. This is called the scope hierarchy in Angular. It has a root scope that can further contain one or several scopes called child scopes.
In a scope hierarchy, each view has its own $scope. Hence, the variables set by a view’s view controller will remain hidden to other view controllers.
Following is the typical representation of a Scope Hierarchy:
- Root $scope
- $scope for Controller 1
- $scope for Controller 2
- $scope for Controller n