I am trying to learn angular material 2 and came across this #auto attribute in autocomplete.I understand auto can be replaced with any text, but why there need a # here before auto and what is there any name of this attribute?  <md-input-contai...
I am making an application using angular 6, where i am using angular dynamic  form.  As of creating the form and submitting i have completed everything, You could able to see the working stackblitz, https://stackblitz.com/edit/angular-x4a5b6-hne6fg...
Don't even know the proper terminology to explain this problem  so, imagine this scenario...  There is a form-input-component and capturing some attributes and passing it down to the markup inside  <form-input placeholder="Enter your name&...
I want to submit form to external site by POSTing the input fields in old school way(non Ajax) , it submits too but Angular giving me error in console before jumping to external page.  I used following code in HTML(template)  <form (submit)="o...
What I have:  I am building an ionic 2 app and have built a basic angular 2 component that contains   An input field A label to display the inputs title A label to display any validation errors   I will refer to this as my input component  I have a p...
I am building angular2 form and I would like to have multiple buttons to submit the form, e.g "Save" and "Save and close".  I have tried to use simple buttons with click action on them, but I didn't find anyway to manually mark fo...
Given a form where one can enter either a city name or its latitude and longitude. The form would validate if city name is filled OR if both latitude AND longitude are filled. Latitude and longitude, if filled, must be numbers.  I could create a Form...
I have a component which employs template-driven form  <form (ngSubmit)="onSearchCorpus(form)" #form="ngForm"> <combo-box [(ngModel)]="model.corpus" name="corpus" #corpus="ngModel"></combo-box>...
I search a lot to understand if there is some bad performance if I use two way databind (ng-model) all times at my forms instead of one way databind. I know that with angular 1 for each two way databind a new watch is created and with huge applicatio...
In this article Todd Motto explains that:     ngModel = if no binding or value is assigned, ngModel will look for a   name attribute and assign that value as a new Object key to the global   ngForm Object:  <form novalidate #f="ngForm">...

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