AngularJS ng src Directive
AngularJS ng-src Directive
The ng-src directive is used to override the original src attribute of an img element. If writing in AngularJS, then ng-src should be used instead of src attribute. It makes sure the image is not displayed wrong before AngularJS has evaluated the code.
< img ng-src="string" >< /img >
|A string value, or an expression resulting in a string.