AngularJS ng-blur Directive
The AngularJS ng-blur directive specifies that what to do if an HTML element loses focus.
It doesn't override the element's original onblur event and both the ng-blur expression and the original onblur event will be executed.
Note: This ng-blur directive is supported by the HTML tags like < a >, < input >, < select >, < textarea >, and the window object.
expression: It specifies an expression that is executed when an element loses focus.
Let's take an example to demonstrate ng-blur directive.
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