AngularJS, use $scope element inside ng-repeat

+1 Tommy C · July 23, 2015

<h1> {{title}} </h1>

<div class="col-md-4 portfolio-item" ng-repeat="imgt in imgTest.aluminium | filter: query">
<a href="#">
<img class="img-responsive" ng-src="{{imgt.url}}" alt="">
</a>

<h3>
<a href="#">{{ imgt.name }}</a>
</h3>
<p>{{ imgt.description }}</p>
</div>


This is how the HTML looks like, my question will be can I replace inside the ng-repeat somehow imgTest.aluminiun for imgTest.{{ title}} so it will display the relevant content depending of the value of {{ title }}.

Any recommendation for a different approach in case this is not possible?

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