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How do you call your module's controller function from an entirely separate module's controller?
The isolate scope variables are configured correctly. attrs.onEvent() does not work because attributes are strings rather than expressions. Still, the directive can pass the event handler to the service using its isolate scope variable: link: function (scope, element, attrs) { // using the isolate scope binding youtubePlayerApi.create(attrs, scope.onEvent); } You would then modify create to accept the new parameter: player.create = function (attrs, handler) { And also within create, change attrs.onEvent() to handler()

Categories : Javascript

How do I add a controller to a module in Angular JS
Based on what you have shared, the the controller should be created on admin module such as var adminModule=angular.module('admin'); // This syntax get the module adminModule.controller('AdminContentController', ['$scope', 'entityService', 'gridService', 'gridSelectService', 'localStorageService', function ($scope, entityService, gridService, gridSelectService, localStorageService) { $scope.entityType = 'Content'; You could also define the controller in continuation of your admin module declaration.

Categories : Angularjs

Getting $Scope in angular.module.controller
I think the problem is in the syntax of your controller declaration. Try controller('mainCtrl', ['$scope', '$http', function ($scope, $http) { ... controller code ...}]); you may want to check A's documentation for dependency injection in controllers here

Categories : Angularjs

How to load some data into $rootScope from remote server before the module's controller is loaded?
The $http service is implemented using promises. The code you write in your success handler will run when the promise is resolved. Due to the asynchronous nature of promises, it is unknown when this happens. It can be 1 second later or 10 seconds later. Meanwhile, your other code continues to run and your controller is probably getting loaded before the promise is resolved. The best way to tackle this problem is to think in 'asynchronous' terms, not force some kind of synchronous behavior. Here are a few valid options: You could move the code to your controller and move your logic to the success handler like this: myModule.controller('SomeCtrl', function($rootScope, $http, $location) { $http.get("http://mydomain/load_user/"). success(function(respData) { // Perform any l

Categories : Angularjs

Can an AngularJS controller inherit from another controller in the same module?
I think,you should use factory or service,to give accessible functions or data for both controllers. here is similar question ---> AngularJS controller inheritance

Categories : Angularjs

Angular JS scope issue module not reading controller scope
After studying a little more about angular I realized that $$prevSibling goes up the scope chain of the elements so if you don't have an element to go to in the next scope level then you are going to receive back a null object because there is nothing there.

Categories : Javascript

Make Django not lazy-load module, for development convenience
It looks like this library: https://github.com/ojii/django-load, which is fairly simple, has a function to load a module from within Django. If you combine that technique with a Django entry point hook (like http://eldarion.com/blog/2013/02/14/entry-point-hook-django-projects/), you should be able to explicitly load your modules at startup. (I did not try it myself, but it looks feasible.)

Categories : Python

Controller factory in angular
Controller in Angular are tightly bound to the view they interact with and in fact the view has declaration of ng-controller based on which controller is instantiated. Controllers are not utility functions that can be shared across the appviews. Since the controller are doing similar function, it maybe the case that the views are pretty similar. Some of the ways that you can reuse the controller code would be Refactor any code that does not directly affect the view into service and call the service from your controllers. If the view are similar may be look at reusable directives, with their own controllers, for create a specific part of your view, which can be used across views. For the point above you can also create partial templates which can have their own controller, and reuse them

Categories : Angularjs

How to use this angular factory in controller?
Are you sure your dependency is being injected into your controller? var MyController = function($scope, cordovaReady) { ... } MyController.$inject = ['$scope', 'cordovaReady'];

Categories : Javascript

Feeding the data through an angular factory to a controller
Your problem is not the controller but the way you define the service, with a factory: Angularjs - Declaring factory with a single object with a nested array - getting ReferenceError: .... is not defined You should probably be doing something like: app.factory('GetOverSpeedWorstData', function ($scope,$http) { var r; $http.get('http://localhost:5155/overspeedworst/OverSpeedworst').success(function (data, status) { stuff, like r = data }).error("error message"); error stuff }); return {service methods here}; otherwise your factory is not factoring anything. it has to return something.

Categories : Javascript

Angular: update in factory model does not reflect in controller
The object returned from the pref factory, { setPreference: setPreference, currency: pref.currency, name: pref.name, formatTime: formatTime } assigns currency and name to undefined properties. Since undefined is not a reference type, currency and name will not "see" any updates to object pref. I suggest instead that a property that references the pref object be part of the object returned by the factory: { setPreference: setPreference, prefs: pref, formatTime: formatTime } Now, any updates we make to pref will be reflected in prefs. Refer to properties of that object as follows in your controller: console.log(prefService.prefs.name) In order to not change the reference that pref points to, use angular.copy() to modify the object that pref references: function setPref

Categories : Javascript

Do I just have to include the ui.router module just once or in each module I set up?
The AngularJS App can give you a reference. I think that approach is correct, but as you probably figured it out, you don't need to include the dependency twice. In your example, you can freely remove ui.router as admin already has it. If you leave it like that and you ever want to even change the name of the ui.router, you need to go through all files that have it (in your case two files instead of one. It's no fun when you have a hundred). Leaving it the way it is atm, however, is harmless (as far as I know), and it might even be more readable for your team.

Categories : Angularjs

How to use created module in controller
You have to put the lib directory into your autoload path. So Rails load your file on startup: config/application.rb and add: config.autoload_paths += %W(#{config.root}/lib)

Categories : Ruby On Rails

AngularJS - Getting Module constants from a controller
I don't think it is valid to use the module name in an injection like that. You can simply inject the constants by name, though: angular.module('myApp.controllers', ['myApp.config']) .controller('ListCtrl', ['$scope', 'APP_NAME', function($scope, appName) { $scope.printme = appName; }]);

Categories : Javascript

Can I add a controller directly to a module with chaining?
angular.module('app', ['admin', 'home', 'questions', 'ui.compat', 'ngResource', 'LocalStorageModule']).controller('Ctrl', ['$scope', function($scope) { $scope.greeting = 'Hola!'; }]);

Categories : Angularjs

How does including a module work inside a controller?
Resolving the name of a module is done relative to the current module. Try and change it to: include ::Account or include ::Admin::Account (depending on the module in which your User model is defined) This will tell ruby to look in the global namespace for the module Account

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Loading a controller from another module in CodeIgniter HMVC
It seems that the module can be loaded without specifying the controller name only if the controller name matches the module name : Controllers can be loaded as class variables of other controllers using $this->load->module('module/controller'); or simply $this->load->module('module'); if the controller name matches the module name https://bitbucket.org/wiredesignz/codeigniter-modular-extensions-hmvc/overview Try to load the module like that : $this->load->module('templates/home');

Categories : PHP

Zend Framework 2 (ZF2) forwarding to a different module controller
try use header to redirect. // $url is new target header('Location:'.$url,1); exit(0); that's my redirect method, myabe you can use it: public function Redirect($url,$withCurrentQueryString=true){ if($withCurrentQueryString==true){ if(strpos($url,'?')>0){ $url=$url.'&'.$_SERVER['QUERY_STRING']; } else{ $url=$url.'?'.$_SERVER['QUERY_STRING']; } } header('Location:'.$url,1); exit(0); }

Categories : PHP

Multiple controller in one module in zend framework
You may need to add url rules for user in module.config.php in Album/config folder. Then you can access the url like // The following section is new and should be added to your file 'router' => array( 'routes' => array( 'album' => array( 'type' => 'segment', 'options' => array( 'route' => '/album[/:action][/:id]', 'constraints' => array( 'action' => '[a-zA-Z][a-zA-Z0-9_-]*', 'id' => '[0-9]+', ), 'defaults' => array( 'controller' => 'AlbumControllerAlbum', 'action' => 'index', ), ), ), 'user' => array( 'ty

Categories : PHP

what can or cannot be done with a controller created in a module Vs controller created globally?
The controller defined on the module will not have access to any global variables as compared to the global controller. True ? False. Global variables are, well, global. You can access them from within the controller, but you shouldn't, unless testing isn't a concern for you - and it definitely should be. Any other important points to note here ? A global controller cannot use services from other modules but from Angular itself. If you want to use components defined in another modules (directives, factories, providers, etc.) you'll have to create your own module and declare them as dependencies so you can inject the bits you need wherever you need them. The only use for a global controller, IMO, is to demonstrate Angular in a simple, easy-to-understand way. Don't use it in prod

Categories : Angularjs

How do you load data asynchronously when loading an angular module?
The easiest way i can think of here would be to have a separate page for login. Once the user is authenticated then only allow him access to the main app (angular app). Also you need to secure you service resources against unauthorized request. This would safeguard against your controller views loading unauthorized data.

Categories : Angularjs

How can I test angularjs controllers that have been created with module().controller?
You test them the same exact way. Make sure you're loading the module with the controller in your tests via the module function in the ngMock module. Something like this: beforeEach(module('testAngularApp'));

Categories : Javascript

Magento Override Community Controller from a local module
Looks almost correct. Try replacing <Namespace_Mylocalmodule before="Namespace_Mycommunitymodule">Namespace_Mylocalmodule_Mycommunitymodule</Namespace_Mylocalmodule> by <Namespace_Mylocalmodule before="Namespace_Mycommunitymodule">Namespace_Mylocalmodule</Namespace_Mylocalmodule> and the class name Namespace_Mylocalmodule_Mycommunitymodule_IndexController by Namespace_Mylocalmodule_IndexController as of its filename and folder if needed.

Categories : Magento

Including a Module in a Controller when using a different folder structure for the Model?
1- You want your user model to be named User instead of the generated Account::User, you need to: replace in your controller and in all other files Account::User by User replace in your user model class Account::User < ActiveRecord::Base by class User < ActiveRecord::Base move your user model file from app/models/account/user.rb to app/models/user.rb restart your server/guard/zeus/console/etc... , this may be not necessary but sometime changes are not picked up and lead to weird problems EDIT: Your class names must correspond to the directory structure: User model must be located in file models/user.rb; Account::User model model must be located in file models/account/user.rb, if you do not follow this convention you will have a uninitialized constant error and that's what append

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Login Function use in custom module controller in magento
What have you tried ? Have you took a look at the standard magento controller (Mage_Customer_AccountController::loginPostAction) ? it's not so much line of codes .. $session = Mage::getSingleton('customer/session'); $session->login($username, $password); and try...catch + message/error handling

Categories : Magento

Controller not filtering data in Breeze query in DotNetNuke Module
The routing is not really a Breeze issue. How your server routes requests to your controller is up to you. What we do out-of-the-box is just one way among innumerable many. You have the [BreezeController] attribute on your controller yes? Can you put a sample endpoint up where we could hit it. Might get some clues from that. Also post the controller. A tiny example should do ... something returning metadata and one method returning IQueryable. Update 25 Jun 2013 I think you've discovered a bug in the way our [BreezeController] discovers methods returning IQueryable<T>. The [BreezeController] attribute scans your Web API controller methods and (in effect) applies the [BreezeQueryable] attribute to methods returning IQueryable<T>. [BreezeQueryable] is an extension of the

Categories : Asp Net Web Api

code igniter return strings, arrays, .etc from module to controller
You'll need to post a link to the sample code - there is no such thing as the code you've posted in Codeigniter Codeigniter does have a well-known extension called HMVC that uses modules, but it has nothing to do with what you are describing

Categories : PHP

How to override prestashop's default front-office template and controller in module
Modules can work like you ask only if there's an HOOK inside the template/controller that allow you to run your customized function. Look if you have a chance of hooking your module somewhere by watching on the list showed inside backoffice > modules > position the Address controllers hasn't got any Hook if i recall well, so you have 3 ways to edit its functionality: 1) go for an (imho) horrible client-side modification, by an heavy usage of jquery/ajax call to perform the action you need. Place the code by using a module that only add your js script in the header by using the hookHeader() function. Since this hook it's always called in all the site you can exploit the missing hook in the address template. 2) add yourself an hook inside the Controller and the template by follow

Categories : PHP

Explicitly accessing module var from module function in revealing module pattern
I want the function sayOhai to say "ohai" using the defined var. Assumed i do not want to change the parameter name of sayOhai, how can i access foo's value within sayOhai? You simply can't. The var foo is shadowed by the inner function parameter with the same name.

Categories : Javascript

How can I make a navigation controller load its root view controller when it is loaded offscreen?
This was actually pretty simple, and has nothing to do with segues. I was expecting a rootViewController property on UINavigationController objects while overlooking the @property UIViewController* topViewController. So in my top (visible) navigation controller's viewWillAppear: // Load the map's navigation controller from storyboard MyMapNavigationController* mapNavigation = [self.storyboard instantiateViewControllerWithIdentifier:mapNavigtionIdentifier]; // ECSlidingViewController API to set hidden view controllers self.slidingViewController.underRightViewController = mapNavigation; // Grab root view controller MyMapController* map = mapNavigation.topViewController; // Slightly hacky magic [map view]; //lazily instantiated property will initialize view and controller when called.

Categories : IOS

Added new Rails controller using "generate controller" but can't load page
FIXED: I fixed this by changing my config.ru file. The original contents were: require ::File.expand_path('../config/environment', __FILE__) run Crows::Application require 'resque/server' run Rack::URLMap.new "/resque" => Resque::Server.new I fixed the controller not found issue by commenting out the last two lines above related to Resque. Those last two lines were added early on while developing the workflow/backend part of my application and enable a web-based admin interface for Resque. Update: I now have my Rails app (plus its web controllers, etc) and the Resque web admin interface running side-by-side. I got this working by removing those last two lines from the config.ru file and adding the following lines to my routes.rb file: resources :resque_web_admin mount Resque::Se

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Trying to subclass navigation controller in order to load external view Controller with separate .xib file in landscape mode in iOS
For subclass from Navigation Controller for orientation, you can try this code (as example): // .h - file @interface MyNavigationController : UINavigationController @end // .m - file #import "MyNavigationController.h" @implementation MyNavigationController -(BOOL)shouldAutorotate { return [self.topViewController shouldAutorotate]; } -(NSUInteger)supportedInterfaceOrientations { return [self.topViewController supportedInterfaceOrientations]; } - (UIInterfaceOrientation)preferredInterfaceOrientationForPresentation { return [self.topViewController preferredInterfaceOrientationForPresentation]; } @end upd: (This code work on ios6)

Categories : IOS

communicate between angular controller and route controller
What I've done is: var app = angular.module('myApp', ['controllers']) .config(['$routeProvider', function ($routeProvider) { $routeProvider. when('/', { controller: 'mainCtrl', templateUrl: 'index.html' }). otherwise({ redirectTo: '/' }); }]); var controllers = angular.module('controllers', []); Then: // separate file controllers.controller('mainCtrl', ['$scope' function ($scope) { // do stuff with $scope } ]); You can probably do app.controller('mainCtrl' ... instead and save a controllers variable. I just happened to get this working on my site this way. Also, make sure you have an ng-app of myApp enclosing an element with ng-view (for routing to work).

Categories : Angularjs

How to add attributes to Controller or customize a Controller in Angular
I think this approach is fine, but if you wanted to refactor your grids into their own directives, you would have access to the DOM element through the 'element' variable in the link function. If you needed to do something based on the ng-click directive, you can watch a scope variable in the directive or listen to a broadcast on the root scope and take an action in the directive itself. Something like this: <div id="dataGrid1" my-app-directive="fireACtion" ng-click="fireAction = !fireAction" /> Then in your directive just watch attrs.myAppDirective (which is fireAction) scope.$watch(attrs.myAppDirective , function (newVal, oldVal) { //When the value changes, this will run } This will encapsulate all this logic inside the directive and you will also inherit the controlle

Categories : Angularjs

AngularJS lazy module definition
Not sure this is what you will need but you can do something like that In a dedicated file create this : // Bootstrap.js angular.module('com.mysite.services', ['com.mysite.services.ServiceA', 'com.mysite.services.ServiceB', ....]); And now for every service you can do something like // ServiceA.js angular.module('com.mysite.services.ServiceA', []). service('ServiceA', function(){}); //ServiceB.js angular.module('com.mysite.services.ServiceB', []). service('ServiceB', function(){}); You can now depend on 'com.mysite.services' in your app and all your services will be made accessible.

Categories : Javascript

Using mock to mock an imported module for testing a Pylons controller function
A controller could not be used as an independent object without an initialized Pylons' environment. Using the functionality Pylons provides for testing saves you from all the boilerplate code to test a Controller. I recommend you to use the TestController class in combination with nosetests as shown in documentation. Specifically for your code, I think Pylons treats private methods (starting with _) differently from public methods because public methods run in the context of a request.

Categories : Python

codeigniter : load second controller after execution of first controller
To call a controller from another controller, you can use the function redirect() : // In Members1 controller redirect('/reserve/index'); Note that you won't be able to send data along with the redirect, such as when you load a view. To send data, you must use $this->session->set_flashdata(); because the redirects seem to use header() (I advise you to have a loot at this post). // In Members1 controller $this->session->set_flashdata('key', 'value'); redirect('/reserve/index'); By the way, when I look at your two classes, I wonder why you don't simply create a unique Ticket class with two methods like registerUser() and bookTicket() (these names are pure fancy, be free to use yours).

Categories : Codeigniter

Module factory is not returning data
When you call sites() it returns an empty object and initiates an AJAX request, which will populate the "sites" property on that object. I think you should use it like this: $scope.results = feedFetcher.sites(); console.log($scope.results.sites); // will be undefined as AJAX not complete Then in your html you can use the results and they will be filled in when AJAX completes, or watch for it: $scope.$watch('results.sites', function() { // this will be called twice, once initially // and again whenever it is changed, aka when AJAX completes console.log($scope.results.sites); };

Categories : Angularjs

Accessing factory defined in another module in angularjs
You need to inject MyServiceModuleTwo into MyServiceModule: var myModuleTwo= angular.module('MyServiceModuleTwo',[]); var myModule= angular.module('MyServiceModuleOne', ['MyServiceModuleTwo']); Then inject notifytwo into notify: myModule.factory('notify', function(notifytwo) { return { sampleFun: function() { notifytwo.sampleFunTwo(); } }; }); myModuleTwo.factory('notifytwo', function() { return { sampleFunTwo: function() { alert('From notify two'); } }; }); And the code on plunker

Categories : Javascript

How do I access a factory inside my module config?
Please give us code ! In this example instead of factory provider is used,to configure value of salutation variable. provide.provider('greeter2', function() { var salutation = 'Hello'; this.setSalutation = function(s) { salutation = s; } function Greeter(a) { this.greet = function() { return salutation + ' ' + a; } } this.$get = function(a) { return new Greeter(a); }; }); angular.module('abc', []).configure(function(greeter2Provider) { greeter2Provider.setSalutation('Halo'); }); your question is not clear,i cant even fully understand it,but maybe that code somehow can help you...

Categories : Javascript



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