ui-router | facto solution to flexible routing | Router library

 by   angular-ui TypeScript Version: 0.2.10 License: MIT

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ui-router is a TypeScript library typically used in Networking, Router, Angular applications. ui-router has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has medium support. You can download it from GitHub.

Tutorials | API Docs | Download stable (or Minified) | Guide | Sample App | FAQ | Report an Issue | Contribute | Help! |. Angular UI-Router is a client-side Single Page Application routing framework for AngularJS. Routing frameworks for SPAs update the browser's URL as the user navigates through the app. Conversely, this allows changes to the browser's URL to drive navigation through the app, thus allowing the user to create a bookmark to a location deep within the SPA. UI-Router applications are modeled as a hierarchical tree of states. UI-Router provides a state machine to manage the transitions between those application states in a transaction-like manner.

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              ui-router has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 13636 star(s) with 3088 fork(s). There are 492 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              There are 20 open issues and 3165 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 556 days. There are 3 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of ui-router is 0.2.10

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              ui-router has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.

            kandi-Security Security

              ui-router has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
              ui-router code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
              There are 0 security hotspots that need review.

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              ui-router is licensed under the MIT License. This license is Permissive.
              Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.

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              ui-router releases are available to install and integrate.
              Installation instructions are available. Examples and code snippets are not available.

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            ui-router Examples and Code Snippets

            AngularJs views and the DOM (Leaflet and ag-grid)
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            var myApp = angular.module('helloworld', ['ui.router'])
              .config(function($stateProvider) {
                var helloState = {
                  name: 'hello',
                  url: '/hello',
                  template: 'hello world!'
                var aboutState = {
            Redirection issue with URL parameter with ADAL.js and UI-Router
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            Redirection issue with URL parameter with ADAL.js and UI-Router
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            Vim and Syntastic with non-standard HTML tags
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            " Try to use HTML5 Tidy for better checking?
            " installed it via homebrew, which puts it in this location
            let g:syntastic_html_tidy_exec = '/usr/local/bin/tidy'
            " which is better than the version which ships with mac, 
            " /usr/bin/tidy/
            " I
            how to add different head two tags or different head information for my two directive
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            $document.prop('title', title);
            var module = angular.module('someModule', ['ui.router']);
            module.run(function($rootScope, $stateProvider, $document) {
              // use ui-router additional route data to configure the titl
            Webpack angularjs ui-router
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            npm install --save angular-ui-router
            var ngModule = angular.module('app', ['ui-router']);
            ui-router is reloading controller
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            myApp.controller('ModuleNumCtrl', function() {
              loadedCtrl = {};
            var parentState = {
              abstract: true,
              name: 'parent',
              controller: 'ModuleNumCtrl'
            var helloState = {
              name: 'pa
            ui-router with ngAA angular js1
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            npm install ui-router 
            npm install angular-ui-router 
            ui-router $stateChangeState event cannot trigger
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            // Legacy example
            app.run(function($rootScope, $state) {
              $rootScope.$on('$stateChangeStart', function(evt, toState, toParams, fromState, fromParams) {
               // some code
            // Migrate to: UI-Router 1.0 Transition Hook
            does the scope of state A reload when we come back from state B?
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            (function() {
              var myapp = angular.module('myapp', ["ui.router"]);
              myapp.config(function($stateProvider, $urlRouterProvider) {
                // For any unmatched url, send to /route1

            Community Discussions


            Close all UI bootstrap modals on route change before controller loads (angularjs)
            Asked 2021-Aug-23 at 12:03

            Code for modal closing (from SO):



            Answered 2021-Aug-23 at 12:02

            It turns out, the listener I used is suboptimal when UI-Router is in use. In fact, I cannot even prevent the state change in my listener.
            Instead, when using UI-Router, $transitions.onStart() should be used for listening to state changes.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/68844517


            Why is my simple Angular ui.router not working?
            Asked 2021-Jul-28 at 03:14

            I have the simplest ui.router example which doesn't seem to work.

            See below:



            Answered 2021-Jul-28 at 03:14

            I do not see any issue except you having the same controller for both, can you check the example below

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/68553859


            angularjs routing not working in proprietary browser
            Asked 2021-May-03 at 21:01

            First, let me say you will not be able to reproduce my problem unless you also are working in a healthcare situation using the latest athenaPractice EMR.

            I just don't have any direction on where to troubleshoot this problem and looking for suggestions for what information or settings I should be checking.

            I have an AngularJS SPA set up that routes 100% fine in a regular Chrome browser window locally served (http-server installed via npm). I can load the main app page by URL (localhost:port/app, which redirects to /app/#!) and I can load the subpage by URL (localhost:port/app/#!/page). I can do it with or without a trailing /. I can navigate from one view to the other by links on the page. Works great.

            But I have a problem when I put it in the server location (which, if it's relevant, has a path longer than /app/ from the //localserver/ root), and load the file through the EMR (which is running Chromium). (Files are loaded in the EMR by adding a specially formatted file that links all included items in a form, which in the case of HTML files, is just a URL to a resource: //localserver/directory/subdirectory/app/#!/page). It loads fine the first time, but if I try to load separately a different page (//localserver/directory/subdirectory/app/#!/, for example), it shows the currently open page. It's almost like both instances of the browser are the same browser window and it doesn't bother to load a new window for the URL with the same address up to the #!. I can navigate from one page to another by links but not by loading from the root address, and if I navigate under one "form", and click back to the other one, it's also been navigated, hence why I think it's only one instance of the window.

            I tried HTML5 routing with no success since this is running in a JBoss 7.x server and I have had a very hard time finding any documentation that even comes close to matching the files I see on the server for URL rewriting access. (I have found instructions that reference files that don't exist in our installation, so I don't know if this has been customized by the application provider, or what.)

            I don't have access to developer tools, console, or even the address bar through the EMR.

            Any suggestions on where to go with troubleshooting this?

            Edit to add: Might be worth noting that I have tried ngRoute and ui-router both with the same results.



            Answered 2021-May-03 at 21:01

            I got this working correctly. I don't know what the root cause in the EMR is, but it was treating each loaded route of the SPA as part of the same instance using #! routes. Getting HTML5 routing working solved the issue.

            After fighting with Undertow for a day and having no feedback on why my rules weren't working, I ended up using Tuckey's URL Rewrite. It helpfully logs what input it was comparing against what which allowed me to see where my first attempts at rules went wrong, and edit them accordingly until they worked.

            This required three file changes in the WEB-INF directory inside the application's .war directory. (There are various META-INF and WEB-INF directories all over in this setup but using this one worked in the specific deployment I'm working in now, namely our demo server.)

            1. Create a /lib directory inside WEB-INF and put urlrewritefilter-4.0.4.jar in it (downloaded from the Maven repository)

            2. Put the example urlrewrite.xml into WEB-INF and adapt it with necessary rules. For the root page of our SPA and the first route, the custom rules I inserted look something like this:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/67337237


            Is it possible to use an object type definition to construct a new array/tuple type?
            Asked 2021-Jan-14 at 17:23

            If I have an existing type definition of:



            Answered 2021-Jan-14 at 17:23

            So here's what I came up with for the "less of an esoteric example" (playground):

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/65711843


            AngularJS: stale UI trying to load cachebusted HTML files that no longer exist when new version deployed
            Asked 2020-Dec-13 at 20:29

            I have an angularjs/ui-router application. All the html templates, which are lazyloaded by the framework, are cachebusted so that they are named myTemplate.someHash.html, and the references to those templates are also updated compile-time.

            One problem that sometimes occurs is when I deploy a new version while a user is using the application. The sequence of events is as following:

            1. The user has opened a page, which has a link on it to a state called Summary. The Summary state uses an HTML template called summary.html. But since we're cachebustering the HTML templates, this file is actually named summary.12345.html in version of the application currently loaded in the user´s browser.
            2. A new release is deployed, which contained some changes to summary.html, causing it to get a new hash, so it's now called summary.98765.html.
            3. The user clicks on the link, and angular tries to fetch summary.12345.html which nolonger exists, causing a 404.

            Is there a good pattern for solving this?

            My initial thought is to append some HTTP header in all requests, something like Expected-Version: 999 (where 999 is the build number generated in CI), and if that is not the version running on the server, then the server will respond with something like "410 Gone", in which case the application will ask the user to refresh the browser.

            But it would require some work on the server side, and I'm not sure how to inject this logic into the template loading on the client side either.

            Also, since new versions are typically deployed a few times per week (sometimes many per day), and most of those releases don't even contain any changes that would break the SPA in the above way, I don't want to force the users to reload the page all the time.

            Could one approach be to only show the "please refresh" message when a request results in a 404 AND the response contains a header that indicates that you're running a stale version of the SPA?

            Or maybe there is a simpler way?



            Answered 2020-Dec-13 at 20:29

            I solved it in the following way.

            I decided I don't want to ask users to refresh their browser every time a new release has been deployed, because many of those releases only contain backend changes.

            I only want to ask them to refresh when a release has been deployed (since the time they opened the app in their browser) which contains changes to either:

            • the javascript application (which is served as two bundles), or
            • any of the html templates that angular lazyloads.

            So I had to introduce the notion of a UI version. I decided that the definition of this UI version should be the SHA256 hash of all the filenames (just the names, since those already contain hashes for cachebusting) of the html templates mentioned above, concatenated with the names of the two js bundles (which are also cachebusted).

            Here's the solution. Part 1

            I added a step in my CI pipeline, after the js app has been compiled and cachebusted, but before the whole application is built into a Docker image. This new build step looks like this:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/65258180


            Selenium / Beautiful Soup can't find elements inside a Webpage
            Asked 2020-Nov-21 at 12:57

            I'm making a program to scrap some websites, and I'm finding a problem when scraping one of them. On the others I've found my way using Selenium + BS4 to get the information I need and navigating the pages.

            The page is this one: https://www.borm.es/#/home/sumario/21-11-2020

            Now, the objective is to get all the paragraphs from the class: ng-binding, and the links of each "VER ANUNCIO" that each one has below them.

            Usually I would use soup.find_all() to get all of them and navigate the tree or use Selenium to get all the elements using XPATH/CSS SELECTOR.

            The problem I'm facing is that find_all(), or find() is returning nothing, (empty list or None), and Selenium returns None too.

            I've tried checking if the elements are inside a frame, which I think they're not. I've tried WebDriver wait to see if the page should stop to load before doing something. Different classes/tags give same result.

            Now, when I print the BeautifulSoup object, it returns this instead of the HTML code I see inspecting the page:



            Answered 2020-Nov-21 at 12:57

            What is going on is that the page content that you are viewing is actually being loaded by JavaScript code that is being executed after the initial page content (which you have printed out and are searching) has loaded and that is why you are not finding the elements you are expecting. There are two ways of dealing with this:

            1. Use Selenium to drive a web browser such as Chrome to load the page and wait for an element that you are looking for to be loaded using a Selenium call. Then you can get from Selenium the current page source and initialize BeautifulSoup with that and proceed as usual. This is the "standard" approach.
            2. Using a browser inspector you can look at the network XHR requests that are being made after the page has loaded. One or more of these will be the cause of fetching additional data for updating the DOM. You can then note what the GET or POST request(s) was, make the request yourself and process the data directly.

            For example:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/64942285


            how to fix html page not rendering
            Asked 2020-Oct-27 at 11:13

            In my application I have a blog home/list/add pages that do their respected parts. BlogHome or home.html will just show my name and a message that is in the controller. The home page is not displaying information that I have in the controller, but it is loading my navigation menu for the other pages. The information in the angular home.html is not being displayed but the nav bar which is outside the home.html is loading up in the browser.




            Answered 2020-Oct-27 at 11:13

            Have you made sure all your tags are closed? In my experience, my page wouldn't load because I forgot to close my tags.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/64545184


            Need help integrating Azure SSO into an AngularJS application
            Asked 2020-Oct-14 at 23:08

            I am trying to integrate Azure SSO into a new AngularJS application and I am struggling to find complete AngularJS examples that aren't written in Visual Studio. Anything that I come across is either incomplete and doesn't show how to deal with authenticated users, redirects, etc., or is in Visual Studio (which I don't want).

            I have followed the tutorial for ADAL located here but it doesn't give a complete demonstration (only code fragments) and doesn't really explain how to deal with authenticated users. Is there anywhere I can find a complete AngularJS tutorial of how to integrate all features of Azure SSO?

            I can get my app to call the microsoft login page, select my user and then request a password, but once that occurs, I am struggling with the Redirect URI. I am using UI-Router which means all my views are in the form of https://myapp.com/#!/auth which Azure claims is not a valid URL to redirect to.

            If I change my Redirect URI to anything past the base root (e.g. https://myapp.com/auth/) I get an error every time I try and login:

            AADSTS50011: The reply URL specified in the request does not match the reply URLs configured for the application

            If I leave it as root, my application falls back to https://myapp.com/#!/ and doesn't recognise the logged in user.

            Does anyone have any suggestions or can assist me in getting this integrated? Thanks.



            Answered 2020-Oct-14 at 23:08

            I managed to resolve this by adding the following command to my .config() method:


            This removed the ! from all my views and by making sure my application URL and redirect URL was the same in Azure (as recommended by @Sruthi J), this allowed the redirect to occur correctly.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/64073961


            Angular 2+ UI-Router Unit test with relative uiSref
            Asked 2020-Oct-12 at 16:55

            I've got an Angular component (9.1.3) that has a UI-Router relative route on it:



            Answered 2020-Jun-19 at 12:38

            I found a workaround. Instead of having to keep relative routes straight, I put all of the fully qualified state names for the module into a map, so any component using the StateService can go exactly where it wants.

            In a config file:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/62462967


            Angular 9 hybrid with ui router causes Trying to get the AngularJS injector before it being set. How to debug/fix?
            Asked 2020-Oct-06 at 11:43

            [EDIT] I've created a demo repository with this error: https://github.com/SamanthaAdrichem/hybrid-lazy-load-angularjs-injector-error

            We've followed the instructions, and all runs fine on normal hybrid, but adding lazy loading fails with the strange error above, and always implemented ui router the way the docs say (as you can see in the code below).

            When loading the app all is fine, but when then clicking onto a lazy-loaded route we get the error

            Transition Rejection($id: 0 type: 6, message: The transition errored, detail: Error: Trying to get the AngularJS injector before it being set.)

            I've tried the solutions listed here





            But none of these solve it. We don't use ng serve because that crashes with random memory issues (probably also due to hybrid), and we need to proxy to a login page, but the login page and our project would be running on the same port, which isn't possible. So that needs some refactoring in the backend.

            It does sometimes load a new chunk file depending on what page i'm going to. But mostly i get this error.

            Funny part is, in the page i'm testing we're not using any hybrid code. Basically we're are no longer upgrading any code, we're only downgrading some observers to open modals of the older pages.

            These are the versions we're running



            Answered 2020-Aug-07 at 20:17

            Try adding in the scripts section of angular.json this:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/62383444

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