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Directive that provides support for MatFormFieldControl (Angular Material) in NgSelect.
// WIP
@import '~@angular/material/theming';
@mixin ng-select-theme($theme) {
$primary: map-get($theme, primary);
$accent: map-get($theme, accent);
$warn: map-get($theme, warn);
$isdark: map-get($theme, is-dark);
$foreground: map-get($theme, foreground);
$background: map-get($theme, background);
$highlight-color: if($isdark, mat-color($foreground, text) ,mat-color($primary));
.ng-select, .ng-select-container, .ng-input>input {
color: mat-color($foreground, text) !important;
font: inherit;
font-family: inherit;
}
.ng-placeholder{
display: none;
}
.ng-clear-wrapper, .ng-arrow-wrapper{
height: 1em;
color: mat-color($foreground, text, .4);
}
.ng-clear-wrapper:hover, .ng-arrow-wrapper:hover{
color: mat-color($foreground, text);
}
.ng-select .ng-arrow-wrapper .ng-arrow{
border-left: 5px solid transparent;
border-right: 5px solid transparent;
border-top: 5px solid;
height: 7px !important;
}
.ng-select.ng-select-single .ng-select-container .ng-value-container {
height: 1em;
}
.ng-select.ng-select-multiple{
.ng-value{
// WIP
color: mat-color($primary, default-contrast);
background: mat-color($primary);
padding: 2px 8px;
border-radius: 12px;
margin: 0 4px 2px 0;
.ng-value-label{
margin-left: 8px;
}
}
}
.ng-dropdown-panel{
@include mat-elevation(4);
background: mat-color($background, card);
color: mat-color($foreground, text) !important;
.mat-option.ng-option-selected:not(.ng-option-marked):not(:hover) {
background: mat-color($background, card);
&:not(.ng-option-disabled) {
color: mat-color($foreground, text);
}
}
// left: 0;
&.ng-select-bottom {
top: calc(100% + .9em );
}
&.ng-select-top {
bottom: calc(100% + 1.25em);
}
&.multiple {
.ng-option {
&.selected {
background: mat-color($background,card);
}
&.marked {
background: mat-color($foreground, text, .04);
}
}
}
.ng-dropdown-header {
border-bottom: 1px solid mat-color($foreground, text,.12);
padding: 0 16px;
line-height: 3em;
min-height: 3em;
}
.ng-dropdown-footer {
border-top: 1px solid mat-color($foreground, text,.12);
padding: 0 16px;
line-height: 3em;
min-height: 3em;
}
.ng-dropdown-panel-items {
.ng-optgroup {
user-select: none;
cursor: pointer;
line-height: 3em;
height: 3em;
padding: 0 16px;
color: mat-color($foreground, text);
font-weight: 500;
&.ng-option-marked {
background:mat-color($foreground, text, .04);
}
&.ng-option-disabled {
cursor: default;
}
&.ng-option-selected {
background: mat-color($foreground, text, .12);
color: $highlight-color;
}
}
.ng-option {
line-height: 3em;
min-height: 3em;
white-space: nowrap;
overflow: hidden;
text-overflow: ellipsis;
padding: 0 16px;
text-decoration: none;
position: relative;
color: mat-color($foreground, text,.87);
text-align: left;
&.ng-option-marked {
background: mat-color($foreground, text, .04);
color: mat-color($foreground, text,.87);
}
&.ng-option-selected {
background: mat-color($foreground, text, .12);
color: $highlight-color;
}
&.ng-option-disabled {
color: mat-color($foreground, text, 0.38);
}
&.ng-option-child {
padding-left: 32px;
}
.ng-tag-label {
padding-right: 5px;
font-size: 80%;
font-weight: 400;
color: mat-color($foreground, text, 0.38);
}
}
}
}
}
<mat-form-field>
<ng-select placeholder="Select" ngSelectMat [items]="simpleItems" [(ngModel)]="selectedSimpleItem" required="true" #model="ngModel"></ng-select>
<mat-error *ngIf="model.invalid">Required</mat-error>
</mat-form-field>
import { MatFormFieldControl } from '@angular/material/form-field';
import { Directive, HostBinding, Input, Optional, Self, OnDestroy, DoCheck } from '@angular/core';
import { Subject } from 'rxjs';
import { NgControl, FormControl, FormGroupDirective, NgForm } from '@angular/forms';
import { NgSelectComponent } from '@ng-select/ng-select';
import { coerceBooleanProperty } from '@angular/cdk/coercion';
import { untilDestroyed } from 'ngx-take-until-destroy';
import { ErrorStateMatcher } from '@angular/material/core';
export class NgSelectErrorStateMatcher {
constructor(private ngSelect: NgSelectFormFieldControlDirective) {
}
isErrorState(control: FormControl | null, form: FormGroupDirective | NgForm | null): boolean {
if (!control) {
return this.ngSelect.required && this.ngSelect.empty;
} else {
return !!(control && control.invalid && (control.touched || (form && form.submitted)));
}
}
}
@Directive({
// tslint:disable-next-line:directive-selector
selector: '[ngSelectMat]',
providers: [{ provide: MatFormFieldControl, useExisting: NgSelectFormFieldControlDirective }],
})
export class NgSelectFormFieldControlDirective implements MatFormFieldControl<any>, OnDestroy, DoCheck {
static nextId = 0;
@HostBinding() @Input() id = `ng-select-${NgSelectFormFieldControlDirective.nextId++}`;
@HostBinding('attr.aria-describedby') describedBy = '';
get empty(): boolean {
return this._value === undefined || this._value === null;
}
errorState = false;
@Input() errorStateMatcher: ErrorStateMatcher;
private _defaultErrorStateMatcher: ErrorStateMatcher = new NgSelectErrorStateMatcher(this);
// controlType?: string;
// autofilled?: boolean;
stateChanges = new Subject<void>();
focused = false;
get shouldLabelFloat() { return this.focused || !this.empty; }
@Input()
get placeholder(): string { return this._placeholder; }
set placeholder(value: string) {
this._placeholder = value;
this.stateChanges.next();
}
private _placeholder: string;
@Input()
get required(): boolean { return this._required; }
set required(value: boolean) {
this._required = coerceBooleanProperty(value);
this.stateChanges.next();
}
private _required = false;
@Input()
get disabled(): boolean { return this._disabled; }
set disabled(value: boolean) {
this._disabled = coerceBooleanProperty(value);
this.stateChanges.next();
}
private _disabled = false;
@Input()
get value(): any {
return this._value;
}
set value(v: any) {
this._value = v;
this.stateChanges.next();
}
private _value: any;
constructor(
private host: NgSelectComponent,
@Optional() @Self() public ngControl: NgControl,
@Optional() private _parentForm: NgForm,
@Optional() private _parentFormGroup: FormGroupDirective,
) {
host.focusEvent.asObservable().pipe(untilDestroyed(this)).subscribe(v => {
this.focused = true;
this.stateChanges.next();
});
host.blurEvent.asObservable().pipe(untilDestroyed(this)).subscribe(v => {
this.focused = false;
this.stateChanges.next();
});
if (this.ngControl) {
this._value = this.ngControl.value;
this._disabled = this.ngControl.disabled;
this.ngControl.statusChanges.pipe(untilDestroyed(this)).subscribe(s => {
const disabled = s === 'DISABLED';
if (disabled !== this._disabled) {
this.disabled = disabled;
}
});
this.ngControl.valueChanges.pipe(untilDestroyed(this)).subscribe(v => {
this._value = v;
this.host.detectChanges();
this.stateChanges.next();
});
} else {
host.changeEvent.asObservable().pipe(untilDestroyed(this)).subscribe(v => {
this._value = v;
this.host.detectChanges();
this.stateChanges.next();
});
}
}
ngOnDestroy() { }
ngDoCheck() {
// We need to re-evaluate this on every change detection cycle, because there are some
// error triggers that we can't subscribe to (e.g. parent form submissions). This means
// that whatever logic is in here has to be super lean or we risk destroying the performance.
this.updateErrorState();
}
updateErrorState() {
const oldState = this.errorState;
const parent = this._parentFormGroup || this._parentForm;
const matcher = this.errorStateMatcher || this._defaultErrorStateMatcher;
const control = this.ngControl ? this.ngControl.control as FormControl : null;
const newState = matcher.isErrorState(control, parent);
if (newState !== oldState) {
this.errorState = newState;
this.stateChanges.next();
}
}
setDescribedByIds(ids: string[]): void {
this.describedBy = ids.join(' ');
}
onContainerClick(event: MouseEvent): void {
const target = event.target as HTMLElement;
if (target.classList.contains('mat-form-field-infix')) {
this.host.focus();
this.host.open();
}
}
}
@rcsprakash
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rcsprakash commented Jan 24, 2019

Where i have to include the theme.scss file. I have included it in angluar.json file but its not loaded

@biltongza
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biltongza commented Feb 12, 2019

Subscribing to ngControl's observables and status events in the constructor breaks if you use the formControl directive. If you put it in ngOnInit it works as expected.

ngOnInit() {
        if (this.ngControl) {
            this._value = this.ngControl.value;
            this._disabled = this.ngControl.disabled;
            this.ngControl.statusChanges.pipe(untilDestroyed(this)).subscribe(s => {
                const disabled = s === 'DISABLED';
                if (disabled !== this._disabled) {
                    this.disabled = disabled;
                }
            });
            this.ngControl.valueChanges.pipe(untilDestroyed(this)).subscribe(v => {
                this._value = v;
                this.host.detectChanges();
                this.stateChanges.next();
            });
        } else {
            this.host.changeEvent
                .asObservable()
                .pipe(untilDestroyed(this))
                .subscribe(v => {
                    this._value = v;
                    this.host.detectChanges();
                    this.stateChanges.next();
                });
        }
    }

Thanks very much for publishing this, this is helping me loads!

@wibimaster
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wibimaster commented Mar 19, 2019

When I use that I got a double Label and a double line under the field.. Is this expected ?

Thanks !

@nanitohb
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nanitohb commented Jun 3, 2019

Yes you are rigth wibimaster, but is because ng-select is creating its own label and field and mat-form-field y doing the same. The _ng-select-theme.scss posted here hides the doble lable and line so you are not loading the scss file correctly.

@pawan3245
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pawan3245 commented Feb 11, 2020

When i used this with 'formControl', 'ngcontrol' valuechanges is not working .

this.ngControl.valueChanges.pipe(untilDestroyed(this)).subscribe(v => {
this._value = v;
this.host.detectChanges();
this.stateChanges.next();
});

this is not working. Can anyone look into this.

@hidegh
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hidegh commented Nov 5, 2021

As I had issues with the approach above, I went to the source and did some minor modifications and got a usable result with minimal changes (all commented in the source). Now I'm able to use kendo angular controls with this directive inside mat-form-fields.

/**
 * @license
 * Copyright Google LLC All Rights Reserved.
 *
 * Use of this source code is governed by an MIT-style license that can be
 * found in the LICENSE file at https://angular.io/license
 *
 * Altered version of:
 * - https://github.com/angular/components/blob/master/src/material/input/input.ts
 *
 * Changes:
 * - new generic selector
 * - bypassed _validateType, removed type get/set
 * - value get/set altered to use the underlying ngControl value (search for nativeElement.value vs ngControl.value)
 * - set default values (angular 11 strict mode) for:
 *   - _id
 *   - placeholder
 *   - errorStateMatcher
 *   - userAriaDescribedBy
 * - altered (bypassed) _isNeverEmpty
 * - altered get empty()
 */

import { BooleanInput, coerceBooleanProperty } from '@angular/cdk/coercion';
import { getSupportedInputTypes, Platform } from '@angular/cdk/platform';
import { AutofillMonitor } from '@angular/cdk/text-field';
import {
  AfterViewInit,
  Directive,
  DoCheck,
  ElementRef,
  HostListener,
  Inject,
  Input,
  NgZone,
  OnChanges,
  OnDestroy,
  Optional,
  Self
} from '@angular/core';
import { FormGroupDirective, NgControl, NgForm, Validators } from '@angular/forms';
import { CanUpdateErrorState, ErrorStateMatcher, mixinErrorState } from '@angular/material/core';
import { MatFormField, MatFormFieldControl, MAT_FORM_FIELD } from '@angular/material/form-field';
import { MAT_INPUT_VALUE_ACCESSOR } from '@angular/material/input';
import { Subject } from 'rxjs';

let nextUniqueId = 0;

// Boilerplate for applying mixins to MatInput.
/** @docs-private */
const _MatInputBase = mixinErrorState(
  class {
    constructor(
      public _defaultErrorStateMatcher: ErrorStateMatcher,
      public _parentForm: NgForm,
      public _parentFormGroup: FormGroupDirective,
      /** @docs-private */
      public ngControl: NgControl,
    ) { }
  },
);

/** Directive that allows a native input to work inside a `MatFormField`. */
@Directive({
  selector: `[matInputEx]`,
  exportAs: 'matInputEx',
  host: {
    /**
     * @breaking-change 8.0.0 remove .mat-form-field-autofill-control in favor of AutofillMonitor.
     */
    'class': 'mat-input-element mat-form-field-autofill-control',
    '[class.mat-input-server]': '_isServer',
    // Native input properties that are overwritten by Angular inputs need to be synced with
    // the native input element. Otherwise property bindings for those don't work.
    '[attr.id]': 'id',
    // At the time of writing, we have a lot of customer tests that look up the input based on its
    // placeholder. Since we sometimes omit the placeholder attribute from the DOM to prevent screen
    // readers from reading it twice, we have to keep it somewhere in the DOM for the lookup.
    '[attr.data-placeholder]': 'placeholder',
    '[disabled]': 'disabled',
    '[required]': 'required',
    '[attr.readonly]': 'readonly && !_isNativeSelect || null',
    '[class.mat-native-select-inline]': '_isInlineSelect()',
    // Only mark the input as invalid for assistive technology if it has a value since the
    // state usually overlaps with `aria-required` when the input is empty and can be redundant.
    '[attr.aria-invalid]': '(empty && required) ? null : errorState',
    '[attr.aria-required]': 'required',
  },
  providers: [{ provide: MatFormFieldControl, useExisting: MatInputEx }],
})
export class MatInputEx
  extends _MatInputBase
  implements
  MatFormFieldControl<any>,
  OnChanges,
  OnDestroy,
  AfterViewInit,
  DoCheck,
  CanUpdateErrorState {
  protected _uid = `mat-input-${nextUniqueId++}`;
  protected _previousNativeValue: any;
  private _inputValueAccessor: { value: any };
  private _previousPlaceholder: string | null = null;

  /** Whether the component is being rendered on the server. */
  readonly _isServer: boolean;

  /** Whether the component is a native html select. */
  readonly _isNativeSelect: boolean;

  /** Whether the component is a textarea. */
  readonly _isTextarea: boolean;

  /** Whether the input is inside of a form field. */
  readonly _isInFormField: boolean;

  /**
   * Implemented as part of MatFormFieldControl.
   * @docs-private
   */
  focused: boolean = false;

  /**
   * Implemented as part of MatFormFieldControl.
   * @docs-private
   */
  override readonly stateChanges: Subject<void> = new Subject<void>();

  /**
   * Implemented as part of MatFormFieldControl.
   * @docs-private
   */
  controlType: string = 'mat-input';

  /**
   * Implemented as part of MatFormFieldControl.
   * @docs-private
   */
  autofilled = false;

  /**
   * Implemented as part of MatFormFieldControl.
   * @docs-private
   */
  @Input()
  get disabled(): boolean {
    if (this.ngControl && this.ngControl.disabled !== null) {
      return this.ngControl.disabled;
    }
    return this._disabled;
  }
  set disabled(value: boolean) {
    this._disabled = coerceBooleanProperty(value);

    // Browsers may not fire the blur event if the input is disabled too quickly.
    // Reset from here to ensure that the element doesn't become stuck.
    if (this.focused) {
      this.focused = false;
      this.stateChanges.next();
    }
  }
  protected _disabled = false;

  /**
   * Implemented as part of MatFormFieldControl.
   * @docs-private
   */
  @Input()
  get id(): string {
    return this._id;
  }
  set id(value: string) {
    this._id = value || this._uid;
  }
  protected _id: string = '';

  /**
   * Implemented as part of MatFormFieldControl.
   * @docs-private
   */
  @Input() placeholder: string = '';

  /**
   * Implemented as part of MatFormFieldControl.
   * @docs-private
   */
  @Input()
  get required(): boolean {
    return this._required ?? this.ngControl?.control?.hasValidator(Validators.required) ?? false;
  }
  set required(value: boolean) {
    this._required = coerceBooleanProperty(value);
  }
  protected _required: boolean | undefined;

  /** Input type of the element. */
  /*
  @Input()
  get type(): string {
    return this._type;
  }
  set type(value: string) {
    this._type = value || 'text';
    this._validateType();

    // When using Angular inputs, developers are no longer able to set the properties on the native
    // input element. To ensure that bindings for `type` work, we need to sync the setter
    // with the native property. Textarea elements don't support the type property or attribute.
    if (!this._isTextarea && getSupportedInputTypes().has(this._type)) {
      (this._elementRef.nativeElement as HTMLInputElement).type = this._type;
    }
  }
  protected _type = 'text';
  */

  /** An object used to control when error messages are shown. */
  @Input() override errorStateMatcher: ErrorStateMatcher = new ErrorStateMatcher();

  /**
   * Implemented as part of MatFormFieldControl.
   * @docs-private
   */
  @Input('aria-describedby') userAriaDescribedBy: string = '';

  /**
   * Implemented as part of MatFormFieldControl.
   * @docs-private
   */
  @Input()
  get value(): string {
    return this._inputValueAccessor.value;
  }
  set value(value: string) {
    if (value !== this.value) {
      this._inputValueAccessor.value = value;
      this.stateChanges.next();
    }
  }

  /** Whether the element is readonly. */
  @Input()
  get readonly(): boolean {
    return this._readonly;
  }
  set readonly(value: boolean) {
    this._readonly = coerceBooleanProperty(value);
  }
  private _readonly = false;

  protected _neverEmptyInputTypes = [
    'date',
    'datetime',
    'datetime-local',
    'month',
    'time',
    'week',
  ].filter(t => getSupportedInputTypes().has(t));

  constructor(
    protected _elementRef: ElementRef<HTMLInputElement | HTMLSelectElement | HTMLTextAreaElement>,
    protected _platform: Platform,
    @Optional() @Self() ngControl: NgControl,
    @Optional() _parentForm: NgForm,
    @Optional() _parentFormGroup: FormGroupDirective,
    _defaultErrorStateMatcher: ErrorStateMatcher,
    @Optional() @Self() @Inject(MAT_INPUT_VALUE_ACCESSOR) inputValueAccessor: any,
    private _autofillMonitor: AutofillMonitor,
    ngZone: NgZone,
    // TODO: Remove this once the legacy appearance has been removed. We only need
    // to inject the form-field for determining whether the placeholder has been promoted.
    @Optional() @Inject(MAT_FORM_FIELD) private _formField?: MatFormField,
  ) {
    super(_defaultErrorStateMatcher, _parentForm, _parentFormGroup, ngControl);

    const element = this._elementRef.nativeElement;
    const nodeName = element.nodeName.toLowerCase();

    // If no input value accessor was explicitly specified, use the element as the input value
    // accessor.
    this._inputValueAccessor = inputValueAccessor || element;

    this._previousNativeValue = this.value;

    // Force setter to be called in case id was not specified.
    this.id = this.id;

    // On some versions of iOS the caret gets stuck in the wrong place when holding down the delete
    // key. In order to get around this we need to "jiggle" the caret loose. Since this bug only
    // exists on iOS, we only bother to install the listener on iOS.
    if (_platform.IOS) {
      ngZone.runOutsideAngular(() => {
        _elementRef.nativeElement.addEventListener('keyup', (event: Event) => {
          const el = event.target as HTMLInputElement;

          // Note: We specifically check for 0, rather than `!el.selectionStart`, because the two
          // indicate different things. If the value is 0, it means that the caret is at the start
          // of the input, whereas a value of `null` means that the input doesn't support
          // manipulating the selection range. Inputs that don't support setting the selection range
          // will throw an error so we want to avoid calling `setSelectionRange` on them. See:
          // https://html.spec.whatwg.org/multipage/input.html#do-not-apply
          if (!el.value && el.selectionStart === 0 && el.selectionEnd === 0) {
            // Note: Just setting `0, 0` doesn't fix the issue. Setting
            // `1, 1` fixes it for the first time that you type text and
            // then hold delete. Toggling to `1, 1` and then back to
            // `0, 0` seems to completely fix it.
            el.setSelectionRange(1, 1);
            el.setSelectionRange(0, 0);
          }
        });
      });
    }

    this._isServer = !this._platform.isBrowser;
    this._isNativeSelect = nodeName === 'select';
    this._isTextarea = nodeName === 'textarea';
    this._isInFormField = !!_formField;

    if (this._isNativeSelect) {
      this.controlType = (element as HTMLSelectElement).multiple
        ? 'mat-native-select-multiple'
        : 'mat-native-select';
    }
  }

  ngAfterViewInit() {
    if (this._platform.isBrowser) {
      this._autofillMonitor.monitor(this._elementRef.nativeElement).subscribe(event => {
        this.autofilled = event.isAutofilled;
        this.stateChanges.next();
      });
    }
  }

  ngOnChanges() {
    this.stateChanges.next();
  }

  ngOnDestroy() {
    this.stateChanges.complete();

    if (this._platform.isBrowser) {
      this._autofillMonitor.stopMonitoring(this._elementRef.nativeElement);
    }
  }

  ngDoCheck() {
    if (this.ngControl) {
      // We need to re-evaluate this on every change detection cycle, because there are some
      // error triggers that we can't subscribe to (e.g. parent form submissions). This means
      // that whatever logic is in here has to be super lean or we risk destroying the performance.
      this.updateErrorState();
    }

    // We need to dirty-check the native element's value, because there are some cases where
    // we won't be notified when it changes (e.g. the consumer isn't using forms or they're
    // updating the value using `emitEvent: false`).
    this._dirtyCheckNativeValue();

    // We need to dirty-check and set the placeholder attribute ourselves, because whether it's
    // present or not depends on a query which is prone to "changed after checked" errors.
    this._dirtyCheckPlaceholder();
  }

  /** Focuses the input. */
  focus(options?: FocusOptions): void {
    this._elementRef.nativeElement.focus(options);
  }

  // We have to use a `HostListener` here in order to support both Ivy and ViewEngine.
  // In Ivy the `host` bindings will be merged when this class is extended, whereas in
  // ViewEngine they're overwritten.
  // TODO(crisbeto): we move this back into `host` once Ivy is turned on by default.
  /** Callback for the cases where the focused state of the input changes. */
  // tslint:disable:no-host-decorator-in-concrete
  @HostListener('focus', ['true'])
  @HostListener('blur', ['false'])
  // tslint:enable:no-host-decorator-in-concrete
  _focusChanged(isFocused: boolean) {
    if (isFocused !== this.focused) {
      this.focused = isFocused;
      this.stateChanges.next();
    }
  }

  // We have to use a `HostListener` here in order to support both Ivy and ViewEngine.
  // In Ivy the `host` bindings will be merged when this class is extended, whereas in
  // ViewEngine they're overwritten.
  // TODO(crisbeto): we move this back into `host` once Ivy is turned on by default.
  // tslint:disable-next-line:no-host-decorator-in-concrete
  @HostListener('input')
  _onInput() {
    // This is a noop function and is used to let Angular know whenever the value changes.
    // Angular will run a new change detection each time the `input` event has been dispatched.
    // It's necessary that Angular recognizes the value change, because when floatingLabel
    // is set to false and Angular forms aren't used, the placeholder won't recognize the
    // value changes and will not disappear.
    // Listening to the input event wouldn't be necessary when the input is using the
    // FormsModule or ReactiveFormsModule, because Angular forms also listens to input events.
  }

  /** Does some manual dirty checking on the native input `placeholder` attribute. */
  private _dirtyCheckPlaceholder() {
    // If we're hiding the native placeholder, it should also be cleared from the DOM, otherwise
    // screen readers will read it out twice: once from the label and once from the attribute.
    // TODO: can be removed once we get rid of the `legacy` style for the form field, because it's
    // the only one that supports promoting the placeholder to a label.
    const placeholder = this._formField?._hideControlPlaceholder?.() ? null : this.placeholder;
    if (placeholder !== this._previousPlaceholder) {
      const element = this._elementRef.nativeElement;
      this._previousPlaceholder = placeholder;
      placeholder
        ? element.setAttribute('placeholder', placeholder)
        : element.removeAttribute('placeholder');
    }
  }

  /** Does some manual dirty checking on the native input `value` property. */
  protected _dirtyCheckNativeValue() {

    // NOTE: we're interested in the 3rd party control's value, which differs from the native-el.
    // const newValue = this._elementRef.nativeElement.value;
    const newValue = this.ngControl.value;

    if (this._previousNativeValue !== newValue) {
      this._previousNativeValue = newValue;
      this.stateChanges.next();
    }
  }

  /** Make sure the input is a supported type. */
  protected _validateType() {
    /*
    if (
      MAT_INPUT_INVALID_TYPES.indexOf(this._type) > -1 &&
      (typeof ngDevMode === 'undefined' || ngDevMode)
    ) {
      throw getMatInputUnsupportedTypeError(this._type);
    }
    */
  }

  /** Checks whether the input type is one of the types that are never empty. */
  protected _isNeverEmpty() {
    return false;
    // NOTE: for 3rd party controls we don't know if it's neverEmpty!
    // return this._neverEmptyInputTypes.indexOf(this._type) > -1;
  }

  /** Checks whether the input is invalid based on the native validation. */
  protected _isBadInput() {
    // The `validity` property won't be present on platform-server.
    let validity = (this._elementRef.nativeElement as HTMLInputElement).validity;
    return validity && validity.badInput;
  }

  /**
   * Implemented as part of MatFormFieldControl.
   * @docs-private
   */
  get empty(): boolean {
    return (
      !this._isNeverEmpty() &&

      // NOTE: we need to check the controls value (which in case of complex 3rd party control component differs from the nativeElement)
      // !this._elementRef.nativeElement.value &&
      !this.ngControl.value &&

      !this._isBadInput() &&
      !this.autofilled
    );
  }

  /**
   * Implemented as part of MatFormFieldControl.
   * @docs-private
   */
  get shouldLabelFloat(): boolean {
    if (this._isNativeSelect) {
      // For a single-selection `<select>`, the label should float when the selected option has
      // a non-empty display value. For a `<select multiple>`, the label *always* floats to avoid
      // overlapping the label with the options.
      const selectElement = this._elementRef.nativeElement as HTMLSelectElement;
      const firstOption: HTMLOptionElement | undefined = selectElement.options[0];

      // On most browsers the `selectedIndex` will always be 0, however on IE and Edge it'll be
      // -1 if the `value` is set to something, that isn't in the list of options, at a later point.
      return (
        this.focused ||
        selectElement.multiple ||
        !this.empty ||
        !!(selectElement.selectedIndex > -1 && firstOption && firstOption.label)
      );
    } else {
      return this.focused || !this.empty;
    }
  }

  /**
   * Implemented as part of MatFormFieldControl.
   * @docs-private
   */
  setDescribedByIds(ids: string[]) {
    if (ids.length) {
      this._elementRef.nativeElement.setAttribute('aria-describedby', ids.join(' '));
    } else {
      this._elementRef.nativeElement.removeAttribute('aria-describedby');
    }
  }

  /**
   * Implemented as part of MatFormFieldControl.
   * @docs-private
   */
  onContainerClick() {
    // Do not re-focus the input element if the element is already focused. Otherwise it can happen
    // that someone clicks on a time input and the cursor resets to the "hours" field while the
    // "minutes" field was actually clicked. See: https://github.com/angular/components/issues/12849
    if (!this.focused) {
      this.focus();
    }
  }

  /** Whether the form control is a native select that is displayed inline. */
  _isInlineSelect(): boolean {
    const element = this._elementRef.nativeElement as HTMLSelectElement;
    return this._isNativeSelect && (element.multiple || element.size > 1);
  }

  static ngAcceptInputType_disabled: BooleanInput;
  static ngAcceptInputType_readonly: BooleanInput;
  static ngAcceptInputType_required: BooleanInput;

  // Accept `any` to avoid conflicts with other directives on `<input>` that may
  // accept different types.
  static ngAcceptInputType_value: any;
}

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