I am trying to do routing with angular.js around /parent root, which works if I’m using anchor links, etc (aka routing handled purely from angular. For instance, a link that has href of ‘/parent/createstudent’ works. However, when I type this in the url bar or when I refresh it when it is already at that location, it generates an error since the backend route isn’t done yet.
I am trying to integrate passport to my code’s login form. Client side calling server side works as it should until i call passport.authenticate in the request, 400 Bad Request was returned. What am I missing here.
I would like to make an AngularJS app with HTML5-style URLs (i.e. with no
# fragment in the URL). Thus in the routing controller module of my Angular app I’ve got something like the following:
I am building an application using MongoDB, Angular, Express, and Node (MEAN stack).
I am having an issue with a script in express. I am calling a function that renders a view, on the success of another function. In this project I am utilizing angular, node, express, and ejs as view engine. When I render the view, I unfortunately receive an ejs error of the following:
So I built an app using MEAN.js, and I made some updates to the Articles (blog) section for better SEO, readability, design, etc. One problem I can’t seem to figure out, though, is how to share the Articles using Facebook, Google+, Twitter, etc. and have them populate the right data using og meta tags.
I’m creating an AngularJS application that uses the JWT token for authentication. The token is being passed using the AngularJS interceptor as shown below.
I am new to AngularJS. I am trying to use
ng-include to include an external HTML page in my main HTML page. But the problem is I am not able to include it and getting 404. Following is the folder structure and the code,
I’m trying to pass an object from jade to ng-init in angular
url:/home, templateUrl: 'index.html is rendering twice.