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"Error: Syntax Error unexpected token" in custom Angular Directive attributes
I'm pretty sure its because angular tries to evaluate the bits in the quotes. Try adding single quotes and see if the message goes away <div data-ip-recent-activity-item title="'My Item Title'" icon="'My item icon'" timeago="'4 hours ago'" meta="'someone commented on an issue in garageband'"> My Item content </div>

Categories : Javascript

Detect if Angular dependencies [angular-route, angular-resource, etc] are loaded for CDN fallback
This is what I use: <script src="//cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/angular-ui-bootstrap/0.5.0/ui-bootstrap.min.js"></script> <script> try { //try to load from cdn //use the name of the angular module here angular.module('ui.bootstrap'); } catch(e) { //error thrown, so the module wasn't loaded from cdn //write into document from local source document.write('<script src="sys/lib/ui-bootstrap.js"></script>'); } </script> angular.module throws an error if there is no such module, which is exactly what we need to know! try/catch is great here.

Categories : Javascript

Cause of angular error: "Error: No module: ngCookies"?
You are loading angular-cookies before loading angular.js. Rearrange like this: script(src='bower_components/angular/angular.js') script(src='bower_components/angular-cookies/angular-cookies.js') script(src='bower_components/angular-loader/angular-loader.js') I think this will solve your issue.

Categories : Node Js

angular-mock.js conflicts with htmlunit? How to test angular application using angular-mock.js in maven-jasmine
In the CHROME browser version the error occurs when angular tries to load JQLite a api-compatible subset of the jQuery library that allows angular to manipulate the DOM. I was able to fix the issue by downloading uncompressed versions of jQuery (v1.10.2), angular (v1.0.7), and angular-mocks (v1.0.7). I added the following to the configuration in the jasmine-maven-plugin. <preloadSources> <preloadSource>${angular-test-deps}/jQuery.js</preloadSource> <preloadSource>${angular-test-deps}/angular.js</preloadSource> <preloadSource>${angular-test-deps}/angular-mocks.js</preloadSource> </preloadSources> The angular documentation states that "Real jQuery always takes precedence over jqLite, provided it was loaded before DOMContentLoaded eve

Categories : Unit Testing

Get Error 403 Image Angular
Instead of src attribute Set ng-src in your html markup whereever you are binding the url to json response. Something like <img ng-src="{{content.imageUrl}}"/> Using src causes browser to make a request before binding is resolved. More details here

Categories : Asp Net

Login Angular - PHP error
You would have to create a local proxy script or enable CORS. CORS is usable by most browsers, but not all. Using a local proxy script is probably the safest bet. Basically, all Ajax requests would go through the proxy passing the remote address to use thereby keeping in line with the same-domain access policy. A good PHP proxy: https://github.com/eslachance/php-transparent-proxy More on CORS: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cross-origin_resource_sharing

Categories : Angularjs

angular-ui and datepicker directive error
The solution is to define the ng-model in the datepicker: <div class="well well-small pull-left" > <datepicker min="minDate" show-weeks="showWeeks" ng-model="dt"></datepicker> </div>

Categories : Javascript

Angular DI Unknown provider error
Notice the difference between your definition of the logger factory and the data service factory: app.angularModule.factory('logger', function (toastr, $window) { vs. app.angularModule.factory = ('dataService', function (breeze, logger) { The data service factory should be defined in the same manner as you did with the logger factory.

Categories : Angularjs

p.then is not a function, error with angular parser?
The problem is that then is used in the promise API and you are using it as a data key for your model. It sees that "then" is defined and tries to execute it, but then is a string, not a function. Promise API

Categories : Javascript

Where does the error event go in Angular when using a factory?
First of all I would sugest moving all DOM manipulation to a directive and let the controller do what its supposed to do. And to answer your question ( hope I understood you correctly ): MsaApp.factory('Msa',['$http', function(http) { return { delete: function(someData) { var config = { method: 'PUT', url: '/api/Place/:id', data : someData }; http(config) .success(function(data, status, headers, config) { console.log(data); }) .error(function(data, status, headers, config) { console.log(data); }); }} }; }]) MsaApp.controller('ControllerName', ['$scope', 'Msa', function(scope, Msa) { $

Categories : Angularjs

Routing error with angular.js and express
You're serving your JS/CSS via /parent as well: ... http://localhost:3000/parent/javascripts/jquery.js ^^^^^^^ So if you declare your routes before you declare the express.static middleware, your catch-all route will handle all JS/CSS requests. You should use a setup similar to this: // express.static() first... app.use('/parent', express.static(__dirname + '/public')); // ...followed by your catch-all route (only one needed) app.get('/parent*', function(req, res) { res.render('main') });

Categories : Javascript

Angular $http error function never called for 127.0.0.1
If you add http:// before 127.0.0.1:xxxx it should work. I don't have more explanation why. I'm trying to find something relevent from the source of $http service.

Categories : Http

EACCES error using Yeoman to install angular
I was able to fix this issue with this: Sudo chown Basil /Users/Basil/.config/configstore/update-notifier-yo.yml If you run into this issue, try this out, replacing "Basil" with your username

Categories : Node Js

How can I solve Error during testing Angular Js in netbeans?
You need to add the JsTestDriver jar to your lib folder, as listed in the resources table. The file is available here: https://code.google.com/p/js-test-driver/downloads/list

Categories : Unit Testing

how to fix error fetching feed: undefined in angular?
Because you are calling cross domain API in your client code. You may checkout this solution. Here is the code snippet which might shed some light on $http.defaults.useXDomain = true; var data =$resource(url); if(data){ $scope.feed = { title: 'DailyJS', items: data }; }else{ console.error('Error fetching feed:', data); };

Categories : Javascript

angular error : object has no method push
I have copied your plnkr to my dev machine, set up a sinatra site as below but I still do not see this error. the client posts a JSON string like {"name"=>"louise", "age"=>"32"} when I click on a blue button, and everything seems fine. Are you handling the POST appropriately? here is my server code: app.ru: # -*- coding:utf-8; mode:ruby; -*- require 'json' require 'multi_json' require 'sinatra/base' require 'sinatra/json' class App < Sinatra::Base helpers Sinatra::JSON get '/datas.json' do json([ {"name" => "louise", "age" => "32"}, {"name" => "jeanne", "age" => "25"}, {"name" => "renée", "age" => "21"}, {"name" => "fernande", "age" => "28"} ]) end post '/datas.json' do data = JSON.par

Categories : Rest

Angular.js: Uncaught error, no module: myapp
The order of your script is very important, try putting it in your <head> <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/angularjs/1.0.7/angular.min.js"></script> <script> var app = angular.module('myapp', []); app.controller('Ctrl', function($scope){ $scope.variable = "Hello"; }); </script> <body ng-app="myapp"> <div ng-controller="Ctrl"> <p>{{variable}}</p> </div> </body> Try it here: http://jsfiddle.net/vvfnN/2/

Categories : Javascript

Angular $http error callback response is always undefined
Per the $http docs, body is The response body transformed with the transform functions. With the 401 (Unauthorized) error you are getting back, it is quite possible there is no body being returned, hence why it is undefined. If you want to log the error code, log the status parameter instead. It contains the HTTP Status Code, which should be uniform, unlike response bodies.

Categories : Javascript

Angular Controllers and Services - Success and Error callbacks
I recently wrote a handful of caching services, and I couldn't decide between using deferreds or callbacks. I ended up using the deferreds route, and I love it. Having written the same thing twice, I can definitely say that for the people using your service, the changes are only slight. In the callbacks, they pass a callback for the continuation. In the deferreds, they daisy-chain a .then and pass it an anonymous function for the continuation. Very similar. Since Angular has the ability give special consideration to deferreds, I would recommend using the deferreds. If you set a scope variable to a deferred, Angular is smart enough to wait until that deferred.promise is resolved. Once it is resolved, Angular will then bind to the variable. It is pretty awesome. I would recommend emb

Categories : Javascript

How to Troubleshoot Angular "10 $digest() iterations reached" Error
Usually, that happens when you're returning a different object every time. For example, if you use this in a ng-repeat : $scope.getObj = function () { return [{a: 1}, {b: 2}]; }; you're going to get this error message, because angular tries to have the "stability" and will execute the function until it returns the same result 2 times (comparing with ===), which in our case will never return true because the function always returns a new object. In this case, you can fix it by storing the object in scope directly, e.g. $scope.objData = [{a: 1}, {b: 2}]; $scope.getObj = function () { return $scope.objData; }; (never had that on complex applications)

Categories : Angularjs

angular: Error: Unknown provider during module.config()
A call to module.provider("test", ...); is really a call to module.config(function($provide) { $provide.provider("test", ...); }); (See my wiki article on dependency injection for more details.) And since config blocks run in the order they were declared, you just need to move the declaration of your provider to above the point where it's used. You'll often see it written something like this: angular.module('myApp', []) .provider ("test", function () { var prefix; this.setPrefix = function(p) { prefix = p; } this.$get = function () { return { log: function(msg) { console.log (prefix + msg); } } } }) .config(function (testProvider) { testProvider.setPrefix("works: "); }) .controller ("myCtrl", function(

Categories : Angularjs

D3 Integration with Angular: "Error: Invalid value for attribute x"
Looks like this was related to this issue: https://github.com/angular/angular.js/pull/2061 It was solved in that issue as well. SVG elements use an XML-based schema, and are namespaced, and as such have validation rules. Certain attributes can't take an Angular interpolated directive because they expect a numeric value, and the browser validates this before Angular ever has a chance to catch it (even if the element is created and not appended to the DOM yet). If anyone runs into this issue, hopefully this answer will help.

Categories : Angularjs

Angular with Breeze error Cannot call method of undefined
Try to inject the dataService directly to the controller app.adminMuscleGroup.controller('AdminMuscleGroupCtrl', function($scope, dataService) { var dataService = window.app.dataService; // -> delete this

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

AngularJs Unknown provider error when using angular.bootstrap()
I am not sure what routeResolver actually is (might be this?) Since only providers can be injected into the config() block you also need to add the word provider so routeResolver becomes routeResolverProvider and the error will go away. myApp.config(['$routeProvider', '$controllerProvider', '$compileProvider', '$filterProvider', 'routeResolverProvider', myConfigFunction] ); Working example on jsfiddle

Categories : Javascript

Angular-UI ui-date component error "no method destroy"
You need to include jQuery before AngularJS scripts. Detail instructions for the step-by-step integration can be found in this question / answer: How to integrate AngularUI to AngularJS?

Categories : Angularjs

AngularJS - "Error: Template must have exactly one root element" when using Angular-UI Typeahead
your indexCtrl is not referenced in your html (ng-controller). You shouldn't init your selected variable with undefined use $scope.selected = ''; instead or simply remove it. This code is working: <div class="container"> <div ng-controller="mainCtrl" class="row-fluid"> <form class="row-fluid"> <div class="container-fluid"> <input type="text" ng-model="selected" typeahead="state for state in states | filter:$viewValue"> </div> </form> </div> </div> angular.module('myApp', ['ui.bootstrap']) .controller("mainCtrl", function ($scope) { $scope.selected = ''; $scope.states = ['Alabama', 'Alaska', 'Arizona', 'Arkansas', 'California', 'Colorado', 'Connecticut', 'Delaw

Categories : Javascript

"Error: Unknown provider" trying to implement dependency injection in Angular.JS
You're passing a load provider into your Reload, that means a service load needs to be declared in the app. if I understand you correctly i think you need to add app.factory('load', function(){ document.reload(); }); before your Reload declaration, if you're doing all that in the same file that is. Having said that, unless you need a particularly complex reloading I would simply take out load from the injection and include it in the $timeout like return $timeout(document.reload, timeout);

Categories : Angularjs

$digest iteration error for filters written for ng-repeat in angular 1.1.x
Starting with version 1.1.4 the ng-repeat directive has a watch on the collection that you are iterating to make sure it hasn't changed. The way it works is that it compares every item in the array and if the items aren't equal (in the === sense), it thinks the collection has been updated. At least this is my understanding from having looked at the code. If you were using a filter in the typical sense, where you are just returning a subset of the original items, then the items returned would be the same every time. However, because you're building a whole new structure, the items in the array are different every time (even though their content is the same), so the watch thinks the collection is constantly changing. The only solution I could come up with was to create a cache of previousl

Categories : Javascript

Nginx, Play and Angular Access-Control-Allow-Origin error
What you need is Nginx to act as proxy, and redirect requests to a specific subpath to Play, while serving the HTML files for the other requests. The documentation of Play has some information on that.

Categories : Angularjs

Angular $resource and use of Interceptor to check response/error/callback
You can replace the original object by the one returned from the server in your success callback like this: //save project scope.saveProject = function (project) { //update modified by field project.modifiedby = scope.user._id; //change to view mode scope.projectView = 1; //call server to save the data if (project._id == undefined || project._id == "") { //Call server to create new and update projectID project.$save(function(updatedProject, headers){ // Replace project by project returned by server project = updatedProject; }); } else { //Call server to up

Categories : Angularjs

angular $scope.$digest throws an error when setInterval fires it
use $timeout service instead of setInterval or wrapper like function mySetInterval(callback, time){ $timeout(function(){ callback(); mySetInterval(callback, time); }, time); }

Categories : Javascript

Show Bootstrap tooltip on focus when an angular input has an error
I've tried several ways, looks like you only can modify source code from angular-bootstrap to get a proper solution. But. There is a 'hacky' solution, maybe it'll help you or even that's what you needed(examples from angular-bootstrap and angular-input combined): <form name="myForm" class="my-form"> userType: <input style="width: 50px;" name="input" ng-model="userType" required value="Click me!" tooltip="{{myForm.$valid ? '' : 'See? Now click away...'}}" tooltip-trigger="focus" tooltip-placement="right" class="form-control"> <span class="error" ng-show="myForm.input.$error.required">Required!</span><br> <tt>userType = {{userType}}</tt><br> <tt>myForm.input.$valid = {{myForm.input.$valid}}</tt><br> <tt>myFor

Categories : Twitter

Uncaught Error: No module: ui.bootstrap.alert in angular.min.js line 17
Same issue ... this is the error. SCRIPT5022: No module: ui.bootstrap angular.min.js, line 17 character 443 I am actually injecting dependency on ui.bootstrap - not on alert. Another interesting observation - this issue is showing up only for IE (Chrome and Firefox are quite happy) !!! Any pointer would be great ....

Categories : Twitter

new Angular.js 1.1.5 resource returning promise then() function error followed by another request
Fully exposed promises are currently only avaliable in master (commit https://github.com/angular/angular.js/commit/05772e15fbecfdc63d4977e2e8839d8b95d6a92d). Beginning with 1.1.3, $resource exposed the promises' then function via $then (likewise $resolved): Template.$addNew(value).$then( function( value ){newids.push(value);}, function ( error ) {console.log ('error')} )

Categories : Angularjs

Mailchimp REST API Subscribe Validation Error "Struct" Angular Resource
You need to use "JSNOP" Method as your are calling cross domain URL: below is the example from angular site Buzz client http://docs.angularjs.org/api/ngResource.$resource and jsfiddle http://jsfiddle.net/api/post/library/pure/ save: { method: 'JSONP' }

Categories : Javascript

Error : $digest already in progress when using two Http request calls in same angular Js function
AngularJS' event loop does not wait until alert(), confirm(), and prompt() return a value (at least for $http calls). There is, however, a short interval between rendering the popup and entering into the $digest loop. This explains why OP did not get the error the first time: OP clicked or pressed return very soon. To verify for yourself that this does not depend on the number of http calls, try using one alert in the success() method of a single http call. There will be no error if you confirm the popup within approx. 300ms, but there will be an error if you confirm it at a later time.

Categories : Javascript

Error: 10 $digest() iterations reached! Aborting! during walking through slices of arrays using Angular.js
Please take a look at this stackoverfolow thread, you should make your filter to return the same exact objects since if the object get changed during the repeater, it will cause the error in $digest. .filter("group", function () { return _.memoize(function (items, count) { var out = [], temp = []; for (var i = 0; i < items.length; i++) { temp.push(items[i]); if (temp.length == count) { out.push(temp); temp = []; } } if (temp.length) out.push(temp); return out; }); }); Try it here jsbin

Categories : Javascript

Angular resource.$query() and error condition returning response as an array however need as plain object
The query method of $resource expects the response as an array by default. The query isn't failing, but the response from the server isn't providing what query() is expecting. If you know that only "no files" responses will not be arrays, then you can check to see if the response type is an array in order to know whether anything has been found or not. This answer outlines an easy way to check: scope.files = ProjectFile.query({ projectid: scope.project._id }, function (response) { //Check if service response is success/fail if (response.servicestatus != undefined) { //this is error case. Show error message. alert("Failed to load list of files for this project: " + response.errorMessage); } else if ( Object.prototype.toString.call(response) === '[object Array]' ) {

Categories : Angularjs

trying to use angular-ui-bootstrap radiobutton directive with ng-repeat in an angular project
Try this: <button type="button" class="btn" data-ng-repeat="(key, value) in items" ng-model="radioModel" btn-radio="key">{{key}} ({{value.length}})</button> Notice btn-radio="key", just drop {{}} and ''

Categories : Angularjs

Angular.js angular-dragdrop custom callback function not found
Based on the examples I've seen you're doing it wrong. onDrop callback should be declared in jqyoui-droppable jqyoui-droppable = "{..., onDrop: 'myCallback', ...}" But look @ this for a more complete code here Solution Plunkr Lil bug though, it drops the first 2 items and nothing more but this should help you on your way. Update: I just noticed you had a limit placed on it, silly me. In that case, it's solved

Categories : Javascript



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