I use Inline Modals in my code, and I want to use isOpen property to control the opening and closing of the model,
since I use buttons to control the opening and closing, I need to “know” when the model closes, to do this and according to the documentation:
Developers need to listen for the
didDismissevents and set the reactive variable to
All the examples on the Internet that I have seen on the subject, explained to cases that use Controller Modals and not Inline Modals,
It should be noted that a solution by using trigger property instead of isOpen will not help in my specific case, as I need two buttons to control the opening and closing of the model, and a trigger is only useful for one button.
Here is the code:
<ion-content> <ion-button class="toggleDisplayModal1"></ion-button> <ion-button class="toggleDisplayModal2"></ion-button> </ion-content> <ion-footer> <ion-modal class="ionModal" [isOpen]="isModelOpen" > <ng-template > <ion-content > <my-content/> </ion-content> </ng-template> </ion-modal> </ion-footer>
I’m new to ionic and angular, and I do not understand how I do it, so I would be happy if something would explain to me, thanks!