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Dynamic HTML error Onsen 2

  • @Omar-Hassan Hmm, interesting. Let me play with this a bit tonight and I will post something back within about 5 hours.

  • Onsen UI

    @Omar-Hassan Oh! Sorry, I didn’t notice you were using AngularJS 1.x. In that case you do need to compile, sorry for the misunderstanding.
    The error says that the div that you get (el variable) is not an HTMLElement. Which element are you passing? The check el instanceof HTMLElement fails.

  • @Fran-Diox
    Here is a sample from my generated HTML,

    <ul class="tabs">
       <li class="current" ng-click="oneClick(0)">ملاحظات</li>
       <li class="current" ng-click="oneClick(1)">عام</li>
    <div class="form" ng-show="shouldShow(0)"></div>
    <div class="form" ng-show="shouldShow(1)">
       <p>رصيد أيام الإجازة</p>
       <br><input id="BalanceVactionDays" value="7" name="BalanceVactionDays" type="text" class="text-input" onkeypress="return event.charCode &gt;= 48 &amp;&amp; event.charCode &lt;= 57" ng-init="BalanceVactionDays= 7" ng-model="BalanceVactionDays">
       <div class="error-msgs" ng-messages="requestDetailsFrom.BalanceVactionDays.$error">
          <p ng-message="emptyValidator">Required nn</p>
       <p>مدة الإجازة الفعلية \ يوم</p>
       <br><input id="ActualVacationDays" value="1" name="ActualVacationDays" type="text" class="text-input" onkeypress="return event.charCode &gt;= 48 &amp;&amp; event.charCode &lt;= 57" ng-init="ActualVacationDays= 1" ng-model="ActualVacationDays">
       <div class="error-msgs" ng-messages="requestDetailsFrom.ActualVacationDays.$error">
          <p ng-message="emptyValidator">Required nn</p>

  • @Fran-Diox

    If i changed your example to this

     var onsItem = document.createElement('ons-list-item');
                onsItem.setAttribute('modifier', "chevron");
                onsItem.setAttribute('ng-click', 'functionName()');
                onsItem.innerHTML = '<img src="" alt="something here" />';
                var ccc = document.getElementById('listIDorSomething');

    It give me this error

    Error: AngularJS Scope is null. Argument DOM element must be attached in DOM document.
        at Object.ons.compile (angular-onsenui.js:472)
        at Scope.$scope.login_click (app.js:171)
        at angular.js:13924
        at angular-onsenui.js:11397
        at Scope.$eval (angular.js:16052)
        at Scope.$apply (angular.js:16152)
        at ons-button.listener (angular-onsenui.js:11396)
        at defaultHandlerWrapper (angular.js:3346)
        at ons-button.eventHandler (angular.js:3334)(anonymous function) @ angular.js:12520
    17:4400/plugins/cordova-plugin-whitelist/whitelist.js:25 No Content-Security-Policy meta tag found. Please add one when using the cordova-plugin-whitelist plugin.

  • I have been working on this, but unfortunately my AngularJS is horrible and haven’t had much success. Hopefully someone else will be able to assist - apologies!

  • @munsterlander

    Thanks for your cooperation,

    Waiting for someone help in this.

  • Dears Onsen ui developers , No fix for this issue ?

  • @Omar-Hassan The Onsen team @Fran-Diox just published an article demonstrating this here:

  • Onsen UI

    @Omar-Hassan For AngularJS you need to append the element before calling ons.compile. This is explained here:

    And I think the error is just that, Argument DOM element must be attached in DOM document. Hope you can fix it with this :)

  • @munsterlander Its not working with looping. Could you suggest? Code below.

    for(int i=0;i<3;i++){
    var onsItem= document.createElement(‘ons-list-item’);
    onsItem.setAttribute(‘modifier’, “chevron”);
    onsItem.setAttribute(‘onclick’, “functionName()”);
    onsItem.innerHTML = ‘<img src="" alt=“something here” />’;