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All form states are internally updated by ngrx-forms through dispatching actions from the directives.
While this is of course also possible for you there exist a set of update functions that can be used to update form states.
The solution I used (#239 (comment)) no longer seems to work.
The FWIW this is what we do: https://github.com/skatejs/skatejs/blob/caff8576081471a79f3cbadc2c10cf10f5d470cd/src/api/vdom.js#L67.
I don't think just setting the value as a property is sufficient, since I think that will change the cursor position on some browsers.
Just bumping this to find out what the current thinking is and to see if there's a plan to fix this in i DOM itself rather than in the libraries that compile to i DOM.
Disabling a control state will usually also disable the connected HTML form element (as long as the corresponding supports this).
You must also provide an update expression, indicating the attributes that you want to modify and the values that you want to assign to them. You can include any of these clauses in an update expression, in any order. Within each clause, there are one or more actions separated by commas.
This is WAI for the INPUT, but probably not what we want for the i DOM patch().
Incremental DOM compilation configure the library to do this by default, but I'd have to look into it a bit.
On i OS this will cause the user not being able to select the first item because i OS does not fire a change event in this case.
It is therefore recommended to provide a disabled option with an empty value, as demonstrated in the example above.