How to check for an empty object in an AngularJS view

Use json filter and compare with '{}' string.

    My object is {{ (myObject | json) == '{}' ? 'Empty' : 'Not Empty' }}

ng-show example:

<div ng-show="(myObject | json) != '{}'"></div>

You can use: Object.keys(card).length === 0

But make sure you use it from a method of the controller as the Object is not available in the view, like:

$scope.isObjectEmpty = function(card){
   return Object.keys(card).length === 0;

Then you can call the function from the view: