I've created the following example so you can see exactly what is happening:  http://jsfiddle.net/8t2Ln/101/  The same thing happens if I use ng-options.  I have a different reason for doing it this way, but for the simplification of the example...
HTML  <select     ng-model="selected1"     ng-options="item.Name as item.Name for item in jobLineClassFSC"     class="gridinputs"> </select> <select     ng-model="selectedJobLineTypeFSC"     ng-options=&...
I'm attempting to get at the version data stored inside the server model, however, it's not playing ball.  My assumption is that on load the initial data from the first select is not yet available because it hasn't really been selected (t...
I have this code and information:  $scope.options = [   { id: 1, label: "My label" },   { id: 2, label: "My label 2" } ]; $scope.selected = 2;  <select ng-options="opt.label for opt in options" ng-model="selected"&g...
In my code behind, I fill up a DropDownList as follows (using VB)  ddlCountries.DataSource = dt ' dt is DataTable with columns "CountryCode" and "CountryName" ddlCountries.DataTextField = "CountryName" ddlCountries.DataVal...
The input is the following:  <input type="text" ng-model="repair.test"  ng-change="action()" />   The action() is executed when I manually type and change the input. However if I change the repair.test value by some othe...
I want to be able to set my initial value for an attribute of my model as such  <input type="text" ng-model="selectedModel.title" name="title" value="" >   As shown above, I want the value of the attribute to be...
I'd like a custom control that uses ngModel.$formatters to be able to format data as soon as a server dependency loads in. In my case, it needs to load a lookup table to go from one kind of id to another. $modelValue stores one thing $viewValue d...
So I'm completely new to front end (angular, bootsrap, etc), but I have here a JSFiddle link that I created, and what I am trying to do is basically if someone chooses the option "VA" in the drop-down menu, I want to use the appropriate n...
I'm trying to see what the value of an ngModel is:  .directive('myDir', function() {   return {     require: '?ngModel',     link: function(scope, elm, attr, ngModel) {       if (!ngModel)         return        console.log(ngModel...

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