Validating select box


17-Jan-2020 07:08

is Valid Form Submitted" [ng Class] = "'error'"> Gender required.

</div> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Select Profile: </td> <td> <select name="profile" [(ng Model)]="user.profile" required #profile="ng Model"> <option *ng For="let prf of all Profiles" [ng Value]="prf"> </option> </select> <div *ng If="profile.invalid && user Form.submitted && !

</div> <select name="profile" [(ng Model)]="user.profile" required #profile="ng Model"> <option *ng For="let prf of all Profiles" [ng Value]="prf"> </option> </select> <div *ng If="profile.invalid"> Profile required.

Validator Factory; import org.springframework.beans.factory.annotation.

Binding Result; import org.springframework.validation.

Some validation capabilities aren't as apparent as others though, such as how to determine whether a submitted value is equivalent to one of a predetermined range of allowable values.

Suppose your user registration form included a select box asking the user how they found out about your site.

Forms are a fundamental part of every angular application.



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