Customcontrol validating user input in
Ng Model allows us to bind to an input with a two-way data binding syntax similar to Angular 1.x.We can use this same syntax when using a custom form control.In the component template, there are a few dynamic properties and events. We also bind to the value to set our checkbox value and our CSS class for styles.In this post, we won’t cover the CSS file for this component as it is not Angular specific, but you can dig into the source code in the included working code example below.
In this post, we will show how to create a switch component () which is essentially a checkbox with additional CSS and markup to get a physical switch like effect.
One the major pain points of using WPF is that it lacks the validation framework.
Microsoft WPF team did not put much effort in creating a reliable validation system.
This article has been updated to the latest version of Angular 8 and tested with Angular 7.
The content is likely be applicable for older Angular 2 or other previous versions.