On Sunday, October 16, 2016 at 3:01:19 AM UTC+2, Peter Cawdron wrote:
> I'm new to Angular. I've got an Angular js form that has rendered and
> works properly (updates, etc). I have a scenario where I want to populate
> form values based on user action. So if the user takes a certain action, a
> value in a dropdown box, checkbox, input, etc, is set in a certain way. I
> can get everything working except the last step.
> I've gone so far as to use document.getElementById('123').value = 'my new
> default' and although that works for plain text input fields, it doesn't
> change things like select dropdown boxes. They accept the new value, but
> still display a blank value. Is there any easy way to do this through the
> Angular framework?
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