I'm testing Protractor with a small AngularJS app.  This is the test:  describe('Testing Protractor', function() {   var draftList;    it('should count the number of drafts', function() {     browser.get('#/');     draftLi...
I want to be able to tell whether an $resource instance has been modified by the user - that is, whether its current state is different than what has been initially loaded from the server && has not yet been $saved. How can I achieve that?...
I am trying to decorate the returned data from a angular $resource with data from a custom service. My code is:  angular.module('yoApp')   .service('ServerStatus', ['$resource', 'ServerConfig', function($resource, Serv...
I want to programatically alter route parameters before $resource constructs the url. I cannot use angular's http interceptor to do this, since the route is already concatenated at that point.  Given an Assortment.model.js  module.exports = funct...
Fairly simple problem, just cant find the good/clean way to do this without making a call to another find   I've got my node app rigged up with Angular-Resource, and I'm just making some round-trip like data calls on new or changed data.   So...
How can I refresh query result of $resource in AngularJS without refreshing the page?  My page:  <div class="container" ng-controller="AppController">   <div ng-repeat="tile in items">     <p>{{tile.name}}<...
app.factory('Greeter', ['$resource',function($resource){   return $resource(     'http://123.com/processor.php?'+'myvar=1066',     {callback: 'JSON_CALLBACK'},     {       query: {method:'GET',isArray:t...
Is there anyway to set the transformResponse after initialization of a $resource?  I basically have an extended $resource, but I want to attach a transformResponse to the extended version, and not the original.  angular.module("services").fac...
In AngularJS I have Controller as follows:   function LoginController($scope, $rootScope, $location, $cookieStore, UserService) {      $scope.rememberMe = false;      $scope.login = function() {         UserService.authenticate($.param({...
I'm performing the following $save which calls my angularJS $resource and POSTs to my API.  I'm able to debug into my success callback handler and the object is actually created in my API.    myObj.$save({}, function (value, responseHeaders)...

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