I have a radio button with two available values - male and female when the value of male is true and female is false.
<div id="gender" class="btn-group"> <label class="btn btn-success" ng-model="userDetails.gender" btn-radio="true" uncheckable>Male</label> <label class="btn btn-success" ng-model="userDetails.gender" btn-radio="false" uncheckable>Female</label> </div>
In the controller code, I get the existing value in the server and then put it in the ng-model as follows:
$scope.userDetails.gender = currentUser.get('Gender');
which returns true or false.
What I want is that the relevant radio button will be picked by the initial value, for example: if the controller code returns "true" I want the true button to be marked pressed.