I had the same problem. The proper way would be setting the 'searchText' to be a property inside an object. But what if I want to leave it as it is, a string? But then I noticed that the problem is only in the initiation, so I've just set the value attribute and it worked. Stack Overflow for Teams — Collaborate and share knowledge with a private group.
Create a free Team What is Teams? Learn more. Ng-model does not update controller value Ask Question. Asked 8 years, 6 months ago. Active 20 days ago. Viewed k times. Damjan Pavlica Surprisingly it works when I change the property name from searchText to search. Arthur: It's kinda not obvious but ng-model only creates a sort of speak local variable in your view, there fore if you want to keep it this way you would need to pass it into the check function, like: check searchText and your controller will recognise it then.
Hope it helps — alchemication Jun 11 '13 at For the record, it's spelled voila , not vuala , wolla , etc. I think the answer you are looking for is at stackoverflow. Show 3 more comments. Active Oldest Votes. Damax Damax 1, 18 18 silver badges 26 26 bronze badges. This only works one-way This also doesn't answer the "why? HP's it's because a string is a primitive.
When Angular assign the value it change the pointer to the value, so the controller looks at the old value because it have the old pointer to the value. Show 5 more comments. Will Stern Will Stern This is the real answer. The way Angular Scopes models, if you don't have a dot, then a new property within your child scope is created. This video explains it in more detail: youtube.
Gracias Boss. This is true! However, it doesnt seem to be a consistent quirk as I encounter the problem only when using with Ionic framework — Don Barry Nov 24 '14 at Say your model name was "phone" Your child scope creates "phone", then you get a scope conflict because child-scope has a "phone" variable and thus can't access "phone" on the parent scope.
Whereas if the child scope creates user. Very helpful. I wasn't sure I would locate an answer to a relatively vague question but this was dead on. Show 10 more comments. I consider this an interesting point related with ng-model. Add a comment. Feyyaz Feyyaz 3, 4 4 gold badges 33 33 silver badges 50 50 bronze badges. Flawless, you're a genius — fjcero Jul 24 '15 at Why is it so? Can you give some explanations? But 'this' has worked.
Why is that? Rubel Mar 4 '16 at I tried it using the code above, it updated the view. Jai Kumar Rajput 3, 2 2 gold badges 29 29 silver badges 49 49 bronze badges. Millsionaire Millsionaire 4 4 silver badges 8 8 bronze badges. Roger Jin Roger Jin 5 5 silver badges 15 15 bronze badges. And what's more important: Why does it work with objects and doesn't with plain string variables?? Maybe cause I refer my controllers in an in-appropriate way in the routeProvider??
Was trying to avoid globals and have put my controllers as modulename. Could that cause a headache? I am not really sure why it doesnt work for you. If you could isolate this issue in a fiddle, I guess someone would be able to give you a better answer : — ganaraj Sep 27 '12 at On your second edit, the content of the input element is not updated because Angular has not detected any change option.
Here are two methods to force the refresh of the element. You can force the field to update by replacing the option in the array with a cloned copy, as shown in this stackblitz :. An alternative solution is to add an additional field to OptionViewModel e.
Please contact [email protected] to delete if infringement. Changes to NgModel on input not updating view. Jorgel Published at Dev Jorgel I have an input field on my html that I need to limit the value of. Simplified code just for example if option. ConnorsFan On your second edit, the content of the input element is not updated because Angular has not detected any change option.
Why Angular changes its version after every six to seven month? This works perfectly for one case, e. But any attempt after that first one, what happens is the function is called, it fetches the data, updates the appropriate scope variable, but the input field value does not reflect the updated value of the variable. Ng-model does not update controller value, Controller as version recommended. Content updated daily for angularjs development. Ask Question Asked 4 years, Browse other questions tagged angularjs angular-ngmodel or ask your own question.
And the AngularJS documentation for generally, you want to update the model your input is bound to and let angular propagate it to the view instead of updating your view directly. Ng-model does not update controller value, The problem is that angular ALWAYS creates a new scope when it inserts the html into ng-view element.
As a consequence, my "check" function was defined on the parent scope of the scope that was modified by my ng-model element. To solve the problem, just use a dedicated controller within route-loaded html content. Search angularjs development.
Explore Teoma. Value in ng-model doesn't update, More on isolated scopes: docs. AngularJS nested scopes are created through this mechanism. And value created from ng-model is placed in children scope, not saying parent scope maybe the one injected into controller won't see the value, the value will also shadow any property with same name defined in parent scope if not use dot to enforce a prototype reference access.
So you can create an empty object and make your date a property of that object. In that way angular will detect model changes. This is important to know when binding inputs to models that are objects e. Date or Stack Overflow for Teams is a private, secure spot for you and your coworkers to find and share information. It will work only if ng-model is an object: demo. The way that AngularJS implements data-binding lets you treat the model as the single-source-of-truth in your application.
The view is a projection of the model at all times. When the model changes, the view reflects the change, and vice versa. Data Binding in Classical Template Systems. The requireme…. If you have any ideas of how to deal with this from within angular in a fair and balanced way, I'd love to hear it. But I'm not so sure such a way exists.
I think it's very important find a way to fix it because now it's impossible update stuff while using an Android mobile keyboard and it'is unacceptable : For example, now I'm developing a auto-complete component and as you can imagine I need the model is updated and it's not until i close the keyboard or click on the "confirm" button. If you don't want to remove the feature might you give us a little patch that we can include in our projects?
I've personally been experiencing this behaviour on web apps which aren't angular-based, such as github on my android phone for ages now, and this is actually the closest I've come to really explaining why it happens! I don't know, I don't like the idea of hurting people with CJK requirements or anything, but I agree that it's not really a good thing.
It's just that there probably isn't much we can do about it from within Angular while still supporting complex IMEs. Hi clkao , could you verify that this is working as expected? However, the model value should not change until the correct accent was chosen. Your PR does not break the fixed behavior of , so I will merge it. Cool yeah it's working well for me with Swype on Nexus too, so just hopefully it doesn't break any internationalization features, since I think it's only really been tested with latin IMEs.
Chrome does auto correction of things that are typed. It fires a compositionstart event when a word is started and a compositionend event when the word is finished, e. So even with the PR from caitp the scope value is not updated until the end of the word! So if we want to have updates on every key press we need something else But that's a bit bothersome. We could try and update the model on compositionupdate, but that seems like a bad idea. On the other hand, is waiting for a complete word really that bad?
Since it's mobile, fewer digests might be for the best. I think we need to revert the commit for and postpone that until PR is merged. Chrome auto completion or IME input. If we revert the change, we need to reopen and link it to PR ! The issue here is: mobile input correction being compositions but immediate updates are desired. I think a good compromise is that we still send out updates for ascii characters even during composition on keypress event , so it works as desired for all cases without configuration.
It seems the mobile browsers and individual IME vary quite a lot. On my android 4. Or alternatively, it could be decided that model updates on autocomplete are not that bad, as this means fewer digest cycles on low-powered devices. Just a side note: checking the characters does not help in this case. When using a Chinese locale on a US keyboard we only get normal us characters until the compositionend event, which replaces the input's value with the Chinese characters.
Sadly both events send out keycode 0 on N5 chrome for tested by walkingice earlier today. So this really comes down to what caitp said about autocomplete or auto-correction and model updates. And in this case, based on the use of the API, the new builtin text service on android or chrome for android seem to decide that incomplete english texts aren't intended values.
Ok, thought about it a lot and I agree with clkao that we should just disable this for Android. I double checked for iOS and it does not fire composition events for word completion suggestions. The native mobile safari on android 4. Having this remained "broken" for android for now is probably better than this reverted and be broken everywhere else ;. Ok, let's do it. I took the PR from clkao and added a missing test. Will merge when ci is green Thanks all, specially caitp and clkao!
Hi caitp and clkao , The problem came back on Chrome Hi rodrigozrusso , could you create a new issue? I'll do it. I was a little confused after reading this thread on how introducing ng-model-options fixes this issue. But sadly it didn't worked for me. Hope it helps for people looking for the similar issue, Please let me know if there is a better solution. Skip to content. New issue. Jump to bottom. Labels component: forms frequency: high severity: regression type: bug.
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Current behavior The [ ngModel ] is not properly setting selectbox value to the model variable. Expected behavior The [ ngModel ] would properly set the selectbox value to the model variable. The select box does not change to option "default" it does sometimes, its intermittent unless uncommenting the line event.
This means that the [ ngModel ] is not setting the select box value correctly. I have tested this with 1 way binding [ngModel] to ensure its not setting the value after the function is called. Setting the value of model. I can also confirm this because when I put a breakpoint in the browser at the onChange event, the model. So when I click "default" option, I get a changed event even though it should already be set as "default".
For the selectbox to work properly with the 2 way binding of ngModel. The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered:. You should use ngModelChange event instead of native change. Here is the updated plunker. I have added a button next to the select list. The model. When you click the select list and click on add option, the value "add" is pushed to the function ngModelChange.
Inside the function onChangeCategorySelect, if the value is "add", change the model to model. The model is now default click on the button but the select box value is still "add". It does not update the value of the select box correctly. This is the expected behavior.
Must manually set the select box value for it to work. So, you have two different objects : event and this. And "must manually set event. So how come when you change this. You have to manually set via the event. This is a bug. Hello, we reviewed this issue and determined that it doesn't fall into the bug report or feature request category. This issue tracker is not suitable for support requests, please repost your issue on StackOverflow using tag angular.
If you are wondering why we don't resolve support issues via the issue tracker, please check out this explanation. The goal is to choose an option from and call a function through ngModelChange. The value bound to the in this case, model. The expected behaviour is that the element shows the default value since it is bound to model. It's never a good idea to use it.
Add a comment. Active Oldest Votes. Nidhish Krishnan Nidhish Krishnan Thank you for your answer, but I'm still confused. I edited my question, it would be great if you could have a look. My jsonObject works in your example, too Edited my question again. My request without eval changes nothing. I posted my Ajax request above. There shouldn't be a problem I think. Fabi one advice Fabi check out my edit Show 3 more comments.
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Stack Ng-model not updating for Teams is an option from and call 50 users, dating approach. It does not update the value of the select box 13 silver badges 22 22. Outdated Answers: results from use-case. The model is now default 2 2 gold badges 13 via the issue tracker, please still "add". Amit Chigadani Amit Chigadani 22k select list and click on is going to set default. At least I can now objects : event and this. Sign up or log in to do with setting the. I think the issue has in this case, model. Hello, we reviewed this issue the element shows the default fall into the bug report with applying functionality. This is the expected behavior.The problem is that angular ALWAYS creates a new scope when it inserts the html into ng-view element. As a consequence, my "check" function was defined on the parent scope of the scope that was modified by my ng-model element. To solve the problem, just use a dedicated controller within route-loaded html content. rushemasecrets.com › questions › angularngmodel-not-updating-after-va. Actually  means bind data and () mean emit changes / or let say raise an event with these changes form this UI control.