AngularJS performs form validation on the client-side. AngularJS monitors the state of the form and input fields (input, text-area, select), and notify the user about the current state. AngularJS also holds information about whether the input fields have been touched, modified, or not.
Form input fields have the following states:
- $untouched: It shows that field has not been touched yet.
- $touched: It shows that field has been touched.
- $pristine: It represents that the field has not been modified yet.
- $dirty: It illustrates that the field has been modified.
- $invalid:It specifies that the field content is not valid.
- $valid:It specifies that the field content is valid.
These all are the properties of the input field which can be either true or false.
Forms have the following states:
- $pristine: It represents that the fields has not been modified yet.
- $dirty: It illustrates that one or more fields has been modified.
- $invalid:It specifies that the form content is not valid.
- $valid:It specifies that the form content is valid.
- $submitted:It specifies that the form is submitted.
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These all are the properties of the form which can be either true or false.
This states can be used to show meaningful messages to the user.
Custom validation:To create your own validation function add a new directive to your application, and deal with the validation inside a function with certain specified arguments.
Example 2:Create your own directive, containing a custom validation function, and refer to it by using app-directive. The field will only be valid if the value is greater than or equal to 18.
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