In this section we describe the AngularJS input directives that are provided out of the box. Using input directives is very natural to people used to HTML forms because AngularJS builds on top of HTML.
You can use all the standard HTML input types in your forms. The input directives work with the
ngModel directive to support additional functionality, such as validation or binding to the model. The AngularJS
input directive checks the
type attribute to identify what kind of functionality to add to the input element.
All the basic input directives support the use of the
ngRequired) attribute. Adding this attribute to your input element will tell AngularJS that the