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|How to associate an input with a user in firebase using angularfire?|
There a couple of things tripping you up.
Differences between $firebaseand $firebaseAuth
AngularFire 0.9 is made up of two primary bindings: $firebaseAuth and
$firebase. The $firebaseAuth binding is for all things authentication.
The $firebase binding is for synchronizing your data from Firebase as
either an object or an array.
Inside of UpdateFirebaseWithString you are calling $asArray() on $f
|Can't get new password authentication methods to work in AngularFire 0.9.0?|
The problem you are running into is that the AngularFire API is
slightly different than the regular Firebase API for the
authentication methods. While the Firebase SDK takes a callback as the
second argument for authWithPassword(), the AngularFire API returns a
promise for $authWithPassword(). The reason for the difference is that
promises are a very common idiom in Angular and we wanted to provid
|ng-repeat stuck in infinite loop angularfire 8.2|
It is indefinite because you keep pushing to $scope.teamUser in your
$scope.getMember function. If you simply want to display name, why not
$scope.getMember = (memberId) ->
memberobj = fbutil.syncObject('users/' + memberId)
memberobj.$loaded().then (ref) ->
|I don't understand the call to the parent class from within the class in this JAVA class|
Your DownloadHandler class has a static void main method, which is the
single point of entry when executing command-line programs.
That method is not a constructor.
What it does is initialize a new instance of DownloadHandler and
invoking an instance method on that object by passing the given String
Not sure what's the usage there.
In order for your initialization to compile, you
|How to call a different method(written in second class) run from different class(first class)?|
If you want to call an instance method of the second class, you have
to create an object of the second class and call the method through
it. ( "Second" is the class name)
Second mySecond = new Second();
If you want to call a static method of the second class, you can call
it by mentioning the second class in following way