I published a first (beta) version of my angularjs module ng-contextmenu, yesterday. This module uses the bootstrap's dropdown menu's to add angular.js powered contextmenus to arbitary HTML Elements.

See in in action:

JS Bin

It's really easy to use. Just add the angular module and the css file to your page and load the module into your angular app like this:

var app = angular.module('app', [

Then use the directives contextmenu, contextmenu-container and contextmenu-item in your templates:

<!-- contextmenu -->
<div contextmenu="meta.contextmenu" class="dropdown contextmenu">
  <ul class="dropdown-menu" role="menu">
    <li ng-bind="meta.contextmenu.$item.foo"></li>
      <a href ng-click="do( meta.contextmenu.$item )">
<table class="table" contextmenu-container="meta.contextmenu">
  <tr ng-repeat="row in list" contextmenu-item="row">

No extra JS code required at all. ng-contextmenu only uses directives to link items to actions defined in your controller. None of the directives use isolated scopes what makes them really leightweight and fast.