Binds the given expression to the value of the element.
It is mainly used on
input[radio] and option elements, so that when the element is selected, the
ngModel of that element (or its
select parent element) is set to the bound value. It is especially useful for dynamically generated lists using
ngRepeat, as shown below.
It can also be used to achieve one-way binding of a given expression to an input element such as an
input[text] or a
textarea, when that element does not use ngModel.
<ng-value [ng-value="string"]> ... </ng-value>
<input [ng-value="string"]> ... </input>
| ngValue |
| || |
angular expression, whose value will be bound to the
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