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Error: Firebase.child failed: First argument was an invalid path: "undefined"

I got the individual post page to populate the template with the proper data from Firebase by changingrouteParams to stateParams in the postview.ctrl.js since that is what ui-router needs to function. More info on stateParams can be found here

The working postview.ctrl.js

app.controller('PostViewCtrl', function
($scope, $stateParams, Post, Auth) {
    $ = Post.get($stateParams.postId);
    $scope.comments =

    $scope.user = Auth.user;
    $scope.signedIn = Auth.signedIn;


And the working Plunker:

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