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Hook to be warned when the form has changed?

See original GitHub issue

I think that a very common thing with form is subscribing to the form value and also start that observable with the current form value.

Example of doing that with this lib:

        tap(() => this.doSomething())

Annoying part is that in doing so, we have to manage the subscription and the cleanup when the component’s being destroyed.

I wonder if it would be worth having a method taking care of the whole observable/async part so that to react to a form change we would only need to do something like that:

class MyComponent extends NgxSubForm<FormInterface> {
  protected getFormControls(): Controls<FormInterface> {
    return {...};

  protected onFormUpdate({ formValue, isInitialValue }: FormChange<FormInterface>) {
    // do something with formValue, also possible to make a condition if you don't want
    // to react to the initial value

@zakhenry what do you think?

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 4 years ago
  • Comments:5 (3 by maintainers)

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zakhenrycommented, May 15, 2019

Oh oops I only saw the first example, yea I guess is initial is sufficient

On Wed, 15 May 2019 at 8:57 am, Maxime wrote:

We should pass the index number so the inheriting class can ignore the first call if they want

Within my example I’ve got protected onFormUpdate({ formValue, isInitialValue }: FormChange<FormInterface>) do we really need to know the index? My initial thought was that isInitialValue (boolean) would be enough

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maxime1992commented, May 17, 2019

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