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AngularJS ng-blur Directive


Execute an expresson when the input field loses focus (onblur):

<input ng-blur="count = count + 1" ng-init="count=0" />

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Definition and Usage

The ng-blur directive tells AngularJS what to do when an HTML element loses focus.

The ng-blur directive from AngularJS will not override the element's original onblur event, both the ng-blur expression and the original onblur event will be executed.


<element ng-blur="expression"></element>

Supported by <a>, <input>, <select>, <textarea>, and the window object.

Parameter Values

Value Description
expression An expression to execute when an element loses focus.