I’ve been trying desperately to applied restrictions and formatting as a user types input into an ion-input field
In the example here it simply converts all input immediately to uppercase.
The only problem is that as soon as I change the “input” tag for an “ion-input” it no longer works. The event just appears to do nothing.
Likewise in this example of injecting the NgModel from the input, then manipulating the model. It works in the example here
But as soon as I change the standard input for ion-input, then model is always null.
The end result is that I am trying to force uppercase on the field.
Almost about to resolve to working around angular altogether, and just getting the ref to the input element that is generated and working with straight JS.