Category : data-binding

in the below posted code i am trying to access the e.coordinate from outside the callback listener this.map.on(‘pointermove’…) as shown below. to achieve that i used binding as follows: this.mousePointerLonLat = this.map.on.bind(this.mousePointerLonLat) but the below mentioned logs showed the followin: console.log("this.mousePointerLonLat: ", this.mousePointerLonLat); =>this.mousePointerLonLat[0]: ƒ (type, listener) { if (Array.isArray(type)) { var len = type.length; ..

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i have a api response i.e price of product, {{price}} i have a no .of products adding and reducing like <button class="reduce" >-</button> <input class="quantity" min="0" max="25" name="quantity" value="1" type="number" id="quan" > <button class="plus">+</button> i need somthing like {{price * input.value}} how to achieve this in angular(11) Source: Angular..

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i have a api response which gives price of product like this.price = data.Products[this.productid].price ; and i’ll show like {{price}}, i have quantity adder like , <button onclick="this.parentNode.querySelector(‘input[type=number]’).stepDown()" >-</button> <input class="quantity" min="0" max="25" name="quantity" value="1" type="number" id="quan" > <button onclick="this.parentNode.querySelector(‘input[type=number]’).stepUp()" class="plus">+</button> when i increase or decrease the quantity, it should reflect in price ..somthing like ..

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i need to increase product rate qith respect to quantity added ..(in angular 11) the code , <h2>Price: {{price}}</h2> // like {{price*input.value}} <h2> Quantity : <div class="number-input"> <button onclick="this.parentNode.querySelector(‘input[type=number]’).stepDown()" >-</button> <input class="quantity" min="0" max="25" name="quantity" value="1" type="number"> <button onclick="this.parentNode.querySelector(‘input[type=number]’).stepUp()" class="plus">+</button> </div> </h2> </div> Source: Angular..

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I’ve set up some forms to filter my data-table. In order to this I need a class that gets populated as I write in the forms. I already managed to do this by adding another component, the FormComponent: @Component({ selector: ‘app-form’, templateUrl: ‘./form.component.html’, styleUrls: [‘../sequences.component.css’] }) export class FormComponent{ sequenceId!: string; asOrigin!: number; prefix!: string; ..

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