AngularJS Validate a json like an input


I have a form with an input that is “required”. This is perfect when your value is just a text.

I also have a directive that outputs a json string. I want also to validate this json before submitting the form.

I can’t create an input with this ng-model because inside that input says [Object]. Is it a good practice to stringify this json and create a custom validator that validates the json?


No it’s not a good practice, you should not do that instead u make different inputs for different properties of JSON because stringify can’t validate your JSON. Json should be either dynamically created for when the form has been submitted after validation.

Answered By – Vikash Kumar

Answer Checked By – Senaida (AngularFixing Volunteer)

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