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afSendNGSyncToServer (Javascript function)

By default, an AngularFaces application communicates with the server via button clicks. However, if you need more flexibility, you can also trigger an JSF request in Javascript by calling $scope.afSendNGSyncToServer. This function sends the content of the input fields and the ngsync model values to the server and updates the client's values with the server's bean values. $scope.afSendNGSyncToServer doesn't trigger a method on the back-end. Add your logic to the bean attribute setters to react to $scope.afSendNGSyncToServer.

afSendNGSyncToServer (Javascript function)

By default, an AngularFaces application communicates with the server via button clicks. However, if you need more flexibility, you can also trigger an JSF request in Javascript by calling $scope.afSendNGSyncToServer. This function sends the content of the input fields and the ngsync model values to the server and updates the client's values with the server's bean values. $scope.afSendNGSyncToServer doesn't trigger a method on the back-end. Add your logic to the bean attribute setters to react to $scope.afSendNGSyncToServer.

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afSendNGSyncToServer (Javascript function)

By default, an AngularFaces application communicates with the server via button clicks. However, if you need more flexibility, you can also trigger an JSF request in Javascript by calling $scope.afSendNGSyncToServer. This function sends the content of the input fields and the ngsync model values to the server and updates the client's values with the server's bean values. $scope.afSendNGSyncToServer doesn't trigger a method on the back-end. Add your logic to the bean attribute setters to react to $scope.afSendNGSyncToServer.

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afSendNGSyncToServer (Javascript function)

By default, an AngularFaces application communicates with the server via button clicks. However, if you need more flexibility, you can also trigger an JSF request in Javascript by calling $scope.afSendNGSyncToServer. This function sends the content of the input fields and the ngsync model values to the server and updates the client's values with the server's bean values. $scope.afSendNGSyncToServer doesn't trigger a method on the back-end. Add your logic to the bean attribute setters to react to $scope.afSendNGSyncToServer.