If a form has only one input field then hitting enter in this field triggers form submit (ngSubmit)
if a form has 2+ input fields and no buttons or input[type=submit] then hitting enter doesn't trigger submit
If the form has no submit button, then the implicit submission mechanism must do nothing if the form has more than one field that blocks implicit submission.
if a form has one or more input fields and one or more buttons or input[type=submit] then hitting enter in any of the input fields will trigger the click handler on the first button or input[type=submit] (ngClick) and a submit handler on the enclosing form (ngSubmit)
If you only have one input, then you don't need
input[type=submit]. Hit ENTER will submit the form.
If you have more than one blocking input, then hitting ENTER will NOT submit the form unless you have a
It also means on mobile, even you see search button (because your input is type search), hitting search won't do anything. The fix is to have a hidden submit button so 'search' button works.
ng-submit on the form instead of
button(ng-click) to make sure ENTER works.
The 'Go' button is only shown: if the
input tag is inside a
form tag with
action property. Otherwise shows a return button. See: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/22986347
The 'Search' button is shown when
<input type='search'> or name of the input contains 'search'
Shows 'Go' for text inputs
SHows 'Next' to number inputs
When you have submit button:
by default the key press will submit the form
When you don't have submit button:
if you ONLY have one input in the form, it'll work by press the 'Go'.
if you have more than one input:
create a submit type button with style="visibility:hidden;position:absolute" (don't show and don't mess container layout)
blur() on active element: https://github.com/caiogondim/hide-virtual-keyboard.js/blob/master/src/index.js
persist form value between back: http://garlicjs.org/