One of the more mundane things in Angular is creating validation messages. If you come from .Net you’ll probably be screaming as your views have always just pumped out the validation based on Data Annotations from your class models/view models.
Well we’re one in the same because I hate writing the same thing over and over again. This is a quick directive I built to iterate over a collection and build out those little guys for me. It has a the ability to show a summary or display errors below the associated control. There are a few other options that affect behavior as to when the messages trigger or show.
See the Github page for installation and use instructions.