Nicoleta Wilskon Nicoleta Wilskon - 28 days ago 11
AngularJS Question

Based on country selected , need to populate state and city

HTML:

<label for="country">Country *</label>
<select id="country" ng-model="statessource" ng-options="country for (country, states) in countries"
ng-change="GetSelectedCountry()">
<option value=''>Select</option>
</select>
<label for="state">State *</label>
<select id="state" ng-disabled="!statessource" ng-model="model.state" ng-options="state for (state,city) in statessource"
ng-change="GetSelectedState()"><option value=''>Select</option>
</select>
<label for="city">City *</label>
<select id="city" ng-disabled="!citiessource || !statessource" ng-model="city"><option value=''>
Select</option>
<option ng-repeat="city in citiessource" value='{{city}}'>{{city}}</option>
</select>


JS:

$scope.countries = {

'USA': {
'Alabama': ['Montgomery', 'Birmingham'],
'California': ['Sacramento', 'Fremont'],
'Illinois': ['Springfield', 'Chicago']
},
'India': {
'Maharashtra': ['Pune', 'Mumbai', 'Nagpur', 'Akola'],
'Madhya Pradesh': ['Indore', 'Bhopal', 'Jabalpur'],
'Rajasthan': ['Jaipur', 'Ajmer', 'Jodhpur']
},
'Australia': {
'New South Wales': ['Sydney'],
'Victoria': ['Melbourne']
}
};

$scope.GetSelectedCountry = function () {
$scope.strCountry = document.getElementById("country").value;
};
$scope.GetSelectedState = function () {
$scope.strState = document.getElementById("state").value;
};


I have written above JSON $sope.countries to populate State and city based on country.
My country and state field is populating perfectly, but my city is not having any item in it. Anyother solutions populating state and city based on selected country also will do good.

Answer

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html data-ng-app="myApp">

<head>
  <link rel="stylesheet" href="style.css">
  <script type="text/javascript" src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/angularjs/1.5.8/angular.min.js"></script>
  <script src="script.js"></script>
</head>

<body data-ng-controller="testController">



  <label for="country">Country *</label>
  <select id="country" ng-model="countrySrc" ng-options="country for (country, states) in countries" ng-change="GetSelectedCountry()">
    <option value=''>Select</option>
  </select>
  <label for="state">State *</label>
  <select id="state" ng-disabled="!countrySrc" ng-model="stateSrc" ng-options="state for (state,city) in countrySrc" ng-change="GetSelectedState()">
    <option value=''>Select</option>
  </select>
  <label for="city">City *</label>
  <select id="city" ng-disabled="!countrySrc || !stateSrc" ng-model="city" ng-options="city for city in stateSrc">
    <option value=''>Select</option>

  </select>

  <script>
    angular
      .module('myApp', [])
      .run(function($rootScope) {
        $rootScope.title = 'myTest Page';
      })
      .controller('testController', ['$scope',
        function($scope) {


          $scope.countries = {

            'USA': {
              'Alabama': ['Montgomery', 'Birmingham'],
              'California': ['Sacramento', 'Fremont'],
              'Illinois': ['Springfield', 'Chicago']
            },
            'India': {
              'Maharashtra': ['Pune', 'Mumbai', 'Nagpur', 'Akola'],
              'Madhya Pradesh': ['Indore', 'Bhopal', 'Jabalpur'],
              'Rajasthan': ['Jaipur', 'Ajmer', 'Jodhpur']
            },
            'Australia': {
              'New South Wales': ['Sydney'],
              'Victoria': ['Melbourne']
            }
          };

          $scope.GetSelectedCountry = function() {
            $scope.strCountry = $scope.countrySrc;
          };
          $scope.GetSelectedState = function() {
            $scope.strState = $scope.stateSrc;
          };
        }
      ])
  </script>
</body>

</html>

Hope this solution helps.

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