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Supporting Multiple Versions of AngularJS
One of the things you can do is use your lowest minimum version and allow every version greater than that >=1.2.0 But what might be better is to also put the highest possible version that you have tested just in case there is a future version that isn't compatible. >=1.2.0 <=1.3.0 Or a shorthand version of that might look something like this 1.2.0 - 1.3.0 If you remove the second

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How to reference self entities with Breeze.js
MongoDb doesn't support relationships between entities. Breeze does. But you are pretty far off from bridging the gap I'm afraid. An example self-referencing type Employee in DocCode is an example of a self-referencing EntityType. An employee can have one manager employee (parent) and many direct reports employees (children). You can set a break point in one of the Northwind DocCode tests, ex

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Angularjs dropdown Options to show current selected item
You have to understand that ng-options compares the option values with the ng-model value by reference. That means that at some point there's a loop that compares $scope.User[i] === $scope.selectedLocal where i is a value between 0 and $scope.User.length. So you need to initialize $scope.selectedLocal with a reference from $scope.User. In your case that would be $scope.selectedLocal = $scope.Use

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Debugging in in emulator with ionicframework
You can connect your device to chrome dev tools and debug your app. It works for Android and iOS. You may also use GapDebug, which is a free tool encapsulating chrome dev tools.

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Pushing Data To A Child Node with AngularJS and Firebase
Your question is not very clear, but I assume that you want to push the new node deeper in the tree. simplelogin:130 date: ... email: "yam@dam.com" id: 130 gold received -JbX-CJuMDf1H8-yCETV amount: 1 date: ... email: "yam@dam.com" To put the data into gold/received, you'd do: snap.ref().child('gold/receive').push(myGold); So you first find the node

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AngularJS: directive timing issue when using Angular routing
If i am understanding correctly you are have few child directives that has a width dependency on the parent directive. There are events that you can try on such as $broadcast where the parent directive sends a notification to its children.Once you receive that then you can use $on event and can your child directives. I know i am not much constructive in my answer but yes if you have built such a

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ngTable nested fields
working with sort and filter,ngtable 0.3.1 - plunk <table ng-table="tableParams" show-filter="true" class="table"> <tr class='listing' ng-repeat="invoice in $data"> <td data-title="'Invoice No.'" sortable="'no'" filter="{'no':'text'}"> {{invoice.no}} </td> <td data-title="'Date'" sortable="'date'" filter="{'date':'text'}"> {{invo

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does AngularJS directive prefixes affect the speed of HTML compilation?
In the source for compile.js there is a regex: var PREFIX_REGEXP = /^((?:x|data)[:-_])/i; The name is always normalized with this function: function directiveNormalize(name) { return camelCase(name.replace(PREFIX_REGEXP, '')); } And the directiveNormalize function is used for all compile operations that use the name of the attribute. So, it should not make any difference from a compile pe

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Swipe gesture as JS event in PhoneGap
I assume you are already using ngTouch, AngularJS's gesture support service. I found some directives that do what you need: https://github.com/marmorkuchen-net/angular-swipe Usage: <div class="container" ng-swipe-down="swipe($event)"> <h1>Swipe me up!</h1> </div> And in the JavaScript include the Swipe library var myApp = angular.module('myApp', [ 'swipe

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AngularJS ng-repeat show spinners
Try to remove the {{}} in the ng-show, it evaluates an expression, not a value . <tr ng-repeat="cat in myItems"> <td> <div class='spinner' ng-show="cat.loading"> <img src='/Content/loading.GIF' alt=''/> </div> <div ng-click="changeItem(cat)" class="contentCell"> <span>click me</span> </di

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angularjs resource limit changes after first call
My problem was that the DEFAULT_PARAMS variable was declared as global. I didn't realize that invoking the secured factory with {limit: 0} will override the global, therefore changing the limit to 0 for ALL of my resources. Changing the securedFactory to a service and moving the "globals" into the returned function solved it. Had to add new ofcourse before every securedService call.

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List does not refresh in AngularJS
Even though you update the data in the backend, AngularJS is not aware of this. You need to call listEstado() after save or delete. However, if you're using ndb as your datastore, be aware that your updated data may not be available instantly because of ndb's eventual consistency behavior.

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AngularJS Webapplication meets Wordpress Blog
There are more solutions you your needs one of them is to use an angularjs enabled theme, you can do this usign this plugin: AngularJS for WordPress this will help you add angularjs to your theme so from that point on all you have to do is to build your app in a template file. Would having the 2 things apart be a solution? run your wordpress independently of your angular webapplication. What do t

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Angular UI state in combination with service
You could use a separate array for your attribute, like this: angular.controller('AddUsersCtrl', function ($scope, UsersService) { $scope.users = []; $scope.toggledUsers = {}; function toggleUser (user) { $scope.toggledUsers[user] = !$scope.toggledUsers[user]; } function addAll () var users = $scope.users; UsersService .addMany(users)

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How to verify if element has changed its value without adding browser.sleep?
If your page is not doing anything asynchronous outside of the world of Angular, Protractor takes care of this for you automatically. You can just write: var myDiv = element(by.css('div.foo')); expect(myDiv.getText()).toEqual('aaa'); otherButton.click(); // Do whatever causes it to change here. expect(myDiv.getText()).toEqual('bbb'); If the asynchronous code is outside of Angular, then Protract

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How to catch chrome's form validation popups
You don't need to test the internal implementations of Chrome. The Chrome developers would have had tests to cover the hiding and showing of popups. You test that your form is written correctly by finding the element that the required attribute should be set on, and asserting that it is indeed set. myInput = element(by.id('myInput')); expect(myInput.getAttribute('required')).toBeDefined();

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Mock backend server (Google Forms) in AngurJS
Your tests says that the mock http backend should receive a POST at the URL apiUrl + 'google-form' which, given the error message, is http://localhost:5000/google-form. But your controller never sends a POST to that URL. It sends a POST to https://docs.google.com/forms/d/MyFormKey/formResponse. And it doesn't do it using angular's $http service, but does it behind its back, using jQuery.

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How can I have a field show an asterisk with title attribute set to an error message with AngularJS?
If I understand the question correctly I would use an OR expression in the directive. Like this: <span ng-attr-title="{{home.forms.modal.modalUserEmail.$error.required || home.forms.modal.modalUserEmail.$error.someOtherError || home.forms.modal.modalUserEmail.$error.aThirdError}}" >*</span> The above code will try to set the title to $error.required or $error.someOtherError

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dynamic Columns based on filter in angularjs
you can use ng-if instead of filter: <div> <div> <span>Filter Type:</span> <select ng-model="testFilter"> <option value="">--type--</option> <option ng-repeat="t in types" value="{{t}}">{{t}}</option> </select> </div> <table border="1"> <tbody>

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How to order a Parent Child Hierarchy in Angularjs
To output such a (two-level) tree, you just provide an orderBy predicate expression as an array: ['pid || id', 'id'] That means following: the first ordering criteria will be either parentId or id, if the former is 0. With this trick child and parents will be grouped in the output... ... but, as you 1) still need to place the parents above the children, and 2) order children themselves, there

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Get local date/time with Phonegap / AngularJS
Yes, you can convert the string to date object. Code sample: (assuming the date is on format YYYY-MM-DD) var string = "2010-01-10".split('-'); var dateObject = new Date(Number(string[0]),Number(string[1]) -1 ,Number(string[2])); The idea is to initialize the Date() with 3 arguments: new Date(YEAR, MONTH, DATE); Split the string in any format you want, as long as you can extract the YEAR, MON

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How can I display custom directive within an ui-view?
You should use A instead of E for restrict. Check the updated version here .directive('sidebarDirective', function () { return { template: 'Hello hello!', restrict: 'A', // here should be A, could be even 'AE', but for us A is must! link: function postLink(scope, element, attrs) { element.text('this is the sidebarDirective directive'); } }; }); Becaus

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get dyanmic key matching value using angular.forEach
angular.forEach(err['username'], function (username) { // here you will get all data which are part of username console.log(username); // You will see result as "Invalid login ID" }); angular.forEach(err['password'], function (password) { // here you will get all data which are part of username console.log(password); // You will see result as "Invalid password" });

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angular-ui/ui-select: how to set initial selected object correctly
If you want to achieve the state that you have mentioned, then simply pass the correct reference to your model. So after the success of the fetchlabel call you set the values in labels. Now in the success of this function you need to call the function that fetches presentLabel. As soon as you get the data of present label you can get the index of that object in the labels scope. var idx; _.find

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AngularJS - Why is ng-bind faster than expressions?
Details like this aren't always available in the documentation - you have to read the source. I took a peek and it seems that (as of 2014-11-24) they both work in a very similar way. Both cause a single directive to be instantiated to change the value when needed (the curly interpolation directive is generated on the fly). Both directives evaluate the expressions involved on every $digest just li

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Angular table of input and button
You need to assign a model to your input via ng-model attribute. The model would be defined in the scope of each customer of ng-repeat, because ng-repeat creates child scopes: So, you could do this: <tr ng-repeat='customer in customers> <td> <input class="form-control" ng-model="customersDebit" name="debit" type="text"> </td> <td> <button

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AngularJS Set Input Required in Directive
Instead of attrs.required = (attrs.requiredConfig == "true") ? true : false; Use if (attrs.requiredConfig == "true"){ element.attr('required', 'true'); }

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AngularModalService: passing data to controller
According to the docs, you inject the inputs into the modal controller. Since title is the input you mentioned above, you would change your modal controller to: app.controller('AlertController', ['$scope', 'title', function($scope, title) { $scope.title = title; $scope.close = function(result) { close(result, 500); }; }]);

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AngularJS: Where can I see $httpBackend responses in my browser directly?
The point of $httpBackend is to Fake the HTTP backend for Unit Testing. You aren't actually trying to Test the backend, though. The goal is to be able to test any method that uses the $http service and return the fake data instead of the real server data. from the Angular.js Documentation: When an Angular application needs some data from a server, it calls the $http service, which sends th

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Unknown provider: The Filter was injected correctly, still throws an error
The solution to this is very simple. The injection process is injecting modules, not other definition points. In any example where a filter is injected, they are filters which were defined in a different module. Anything defined in the current module cannot / should not be injected. For example, in the Angular.js phonecat app: angular.module('phonecatFilters', []).filter('checkmark', function

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Using $injector vs injecting a service directly
The first approach uses dependency injection while the second uses service locator pattern. Dependency injection has the following advantages: It makes a component's dependencies explicit. For example, you can look at the constructor function of a controller and immediately know what dependencies it needs. With service locator, you usually have no idea because the controller might invoke the ser

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Angularjs dependency injection, array, $inject, factory
Three steps that work for me (plunkr): 1. Be sure you define a module's dependencies only once. Indeed, check that angular.module('anglober.services', [...]); is indeed called only once with the second argument. At the same time, be sure to call these lines before the actual services/controllers /... definitons. 2. Wire every dependency You should add 'anglober.services' dependency to 'anglob

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Secure routes & templates with MEAN stack?
Just a quick thought: Serve your partials via get routes with specific folders. For instance, you can have a public and protected folder in your partials folder. -app --partials ---public ---protected Then add authentication middleware on your protected route. for unprotected: app.get( '/partials/public/*', function(){ //send partial html here } ) protected: app.get( '/partia

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angularjs Ionic and global variables: best practice to make a variable available globally
There are methods available in ionic.Platform that assist in getting back the data you need in regards to the device type. http://ionicframework.com/docs/api/utility/ionic.Platform/ You could alternatively look at adding ngCordova, which has a bunch of useful wrappers around cordova plugins, including the device plugin. http://ngcordova.com/docs/#Device

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Checking if an Angular resource response is empty
To unwrap the return value you can access the promise directly: Auth.identify() .$promise .then(function(data) { if (!_.isEmpty(data)) { // ... } });

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mean.js menu isPublic not working
If you look in menus.client.services.js in the core module of mean.js the last line looks like this: this.addMenu('topbar');. If you change it to this.addMenu('topbar', true);. You will see all your menu items showing on the topbar when you aren't logged in. Then you can add your menu item like in your example or without the true as it will inherit it from the setting that was just changed: Menus

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ionic routing , not working
May be this will help you... You have to put your view name same tabs.html <ion-tabs class="tabs-icon-top"> <!-- contact Tab --> <ion-tab title="Contact" icon="icon ion-ios7-person" href="#/tab/contact"> <ion-nav-view name="tab-contact"></ion-nav-view> </ion-tab> <!-- chat-list Tab --> <ion-tab title="chat list" icon="icon

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Meteor and AngularJS reactive subscriptions
Here is my factory, it do have this shape as I'm binding it to a angular.module('myApp.controllers').factory('items', function () { var listOfItems = [ {name: "one"}, {name: "two"}, {name: "three"}]; var currentItem = listOfItems[1]; return { 'list': listOfItems, 'current': currentItem }; });

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Overriding the way how templates are retrieved using templateUrl property
I want to change url of template for every template request by adding base URL at the beginning. Use the following process: Assign the base URL to a variable in a JavaScript file Prepend the variable name to the existing templateURL values Expand the value via a build script or a provider References How to set AngularjJS base URL dynamically based on fetched environment variable? ngAppR

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