PLUNKER?
Royi Namir
1

Hi, sorry there is no plunker. You can clone the git repo but first of all you should check whether your situation fits one of these scenarios:

  1. You change an expression in the afterViewInit method. If so then try to get rid of it. If you can’ t then you need to call detectChanges().
  2. Your expression is not idempotent (look at for this term: https://angular.io/guide/template-syntax#idempotence). This case might require more research.
  3. It ‘s general recommended to prefer model driven over template driven forms. It reduces the risk of such errors.
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