I have the following code (below), they work perfectly for me and to what I need at least. But Im kind of skeptical about this, Im having a feeling that its too good to be true. Since Im struggling with $http's async behavior this helped me a lot...
I am trying to return an array of pushed data from promise, then loop multiple times to populate all data. For instance, I got a list of brands and a function to take in brand parameter and return an array of pushed data.   var datasetarr = []; brand...
I try to navigate user to error page when trying to access not allowed page. The problem is that the skipLocationChange does not work in this occasion. It navigates to error page but the url changes to the root. How to keep the original url user prov...
I have an issue where file-loader isn't copying images that are using a resolve.alias in the image src.  An example:  <img src="assets/images/image.jpg"/>   The resolve.alias is:  alias: {   'assets': path.resolve(__dirname,...
In one of my UI-router states, I have the following link '/users', which points to a page that shows a list of users. Below is the code I wrote to resolve the list of users by using a $resource call, however, the data doesn't seem resolve...
I'm trying to use angular's resolve when trying to navigate between routes:  when('/user',    {       templateUrl: 'partials/user.html',       controller: 'UserController',       resolve: { auth: RouteAuthenticationChe...
Trying to leverage AngularJS UI States and using resolves to set vars. I currently have this in my app.js --  var stateConfig = ['stateHelperProvider', function(stateHelperProvider) {   stateHelperProvider   .state({     name: 'events'...
This resolve function works everywhere else, and I'm stumped as to why the profile page is still executing when the promise is rejected. We produced this bug by logging in, deleting the token from storage and then trying to navigate to the profil...
I have two versions of a sleep function, one is waiting for the resolve the other isn't:  function sleephelper1(ms) {     return new Promise(function(resolve) {         setTimeout(() => resolve('done'), ms);     })   }    function slee...
I have the following code that loops through a list of tables asynchronously, executing each query for each table sequentially. I do know that all of the dbTableQueryPromises promises resolve, due to the delayed console.log's output, but the prom...

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