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AngularJS ng model options Directive

AngularJS ng-model-options Directive



The ng-model-options directive is used to control the binding of an HTML form element and a variable in the scope. It can specify that the binding should wait a specific number of milliseconds or wait for a specific event to occur and many similar things.




< element ng-model-options="option" >< /element >


Further Explanation:-


Value Description
option An object specifying what options the data-binding must follow. Legal objects are {updateOn: 'event'},  {debounce : 500}, {allowInvalid : true|false}, {getterSetter : true|false}, {timezone : '0100'}.

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