Angular directive to turn a single field into several fields that remain interconnected
Turn a single input field, into a multi-field input. This new field has the following features:
You don't! The directive updates the original field while keeping it hidden, that way you can include the directive into an already created form without having to change the way you send the information.
$ npm install angular-field-splitter
angular-field-splitter.js into your project, simple!
The main directive provided is:
split-field, just by adding it to an input field, it'll work.
There are several attributes that can be passed, allowing for some customization:
Here are some basic code examples:
Using some of the configuration options:
<input type="text" name="date" field-split split-default-value="XXX" split-max-length="3" split-into="3" split-glue="-" />
Now using some method calls instead of static values as attribute values:
<input type="text" name="date" field-split split-default-value="getDefaultValue()" split-max-length="3" split-into="3" split-glue="-" />
If you have questions, or just want to send your love/hate, drop me an e-mail at: email@example.com
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Copyright (c) 2013 Fernando Doglio
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