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Yo ninjas, in this AngularJS tutorial, we’ll carry on looking at angular form validation, and how we can use the properties it provides us with to offer more extensive feedback to a user.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. Hi ninja,

    I just want to add some question, I have try to follow you tutorial. Since i create validation in table so i put table name. But I have unsuccess to create ng-disable and show the message. I really hope that you can help me

  2. I may be missing something easy but im confused about a few things:

    1.How is contactForm an object just by making the form name contactForm
    2.Where is contactForm.name and contactForm.email come from..is that also based on the name of the the inputs
    3.Where do the ng-model contact.name etc. come into play

  3. hi ninja.. thanks that was a nice tutorial abt form validation…I have a scenario where input field only allow numeric/alphanumeric… like tht is der any inbuilt function fr it…

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