Remove Blank Option in Select Control with AngularJS | AngularJS Programming
If you're working with select controls in AngularJS, you may have noticed that sometimes a blank option is automatically added to the list of options. This can be frustrating if you want to ensure that the user selects a valid option. Fortunately, there's an easy way to remove this blank option.
In your HTML code, simply add the "ng-options" directive to your select control and specify a filter that excludes any blank options. For example, if you have a list of options stored in an array called "options", you could use the following code:
<select ng-model="selectedOption" ng-options="option for option in options | filter: option !== ''"></select>
This code will create a select control with the options stored in the "options" array, but it will exclude any blank options. The "filter" parameter ensures that only options that are not equal to an empty string will be included.
By using the "ng-options" directive and specifying a filter, you can easily remove the blank option from your select control and ensure that the user selects a valid option. This is just one of the many powerful features of AngularJS programming.