I see the following angularjs controller syntax structure all the time.  angular.module('7minWorkout').controller('WorkoutController',  ['$scope', '$interval', '$location',  function ($scope, $interval, $loca...
I am totally confused about inject in Angular. I do not know where to use it and why. Is it only used with factory as described here?  myController.$inject = ['$scope','notify'];   Here notify is the name of the factory....
I'm new in angular, want to know why and when we should inject all our needed dependencies two times.  Example :  var analysisApp=angular.module('analysisApp',[]);  analysisApp.controller('analysisController',function($scope,$http...
Was the angular2 dependency injection container designed for standalone use, and is it possible to use it for typescript/javascript server-side applications ?  I opened an issue on Oct. 16 (https://github.com/angular/di.js/issues/108) on the di proje...
With TypeScript now we have static analyze and many OOP features in JavaScript. So it's also time to have better unit tests in client side logic and as well we need IOC container for dependency injections to make code more testable...  So, have s...
Suppose I have a service that depends on a value in $rootScope, as with the following (trivial) service:  angular.module('myServices', []) .factory('rootValGetterService', function($rootScope) {     return {         getVal: function (...
I have a Rails/AngularJS app which works fine in local development environment. However, when I deployed this app to Amazon Cloud the AngularJS returns this error in the browser console:  Unknown provider: eProvider <- e   However it works fine on...
I wonder how NgModule actually affects Angular 2 injector hierarchy.  What does the hierarchy look like in an app with nested modules? Does it create a new injector instance per each module or gets access to top-level injector (similarly to Angular 1...
The problem is simple: using AngularJS we can't inject $log into provider.  angular.module('my.module', [])     .provider('myProvider', function ($log, $logProvider) {         $log.log("Aloha!"); // Unknown provider: $log...
I have been told that I should be using the app.controller syntax, in order to support minification.  Rewriting the sample (tutorial) example, and I found that I couldn't get it to work:  use 'strict';  /* Minifiable solution; which doesn...

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