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AngularJS Forms


Learn how to use create Forms using AngularJS Form Elements and Bi-Directional Data Binding Feature


AngularJS Forms: Introduction

AngularJS can be used to create forms that can interact with user based on their interactivity.The bi-directional data-binding feature of AngularJS can be used for input validation, updating the data-model etc, all in Real time.

AngularJS makes use of directives to improve basic form elements like input checkbox


AngularJS Forms : Form Binding.

The Form Below used AngularJS Binding Feature to Display the User Input to the User.

Example: AngularJS Forms : Form Binding.

Give it a TRY! » Note: Supply a Value and then click to see the results


AngularJS Forms : Binding Multiple Form Elements Data

The Form Below, displays gets content from the data Model and displays it, due to bi-directional binding users can also change the values in the data model.

Example: AngularJS Forms : Binding Multiple Form Elements Data.

Give it a TRY! » Note:Changes in the value is reflect in the Data Model, due to bi-directional binding.


AngularJS Forms : Form Validation

The Forms below are Validated using AngularJS form validation services of $error and $valid

Example: AngularJS Forms : Form Validation.

Give it a TRY! » Note:Changes are reflected dynamically as the user input undergoes a change.