kandi X-RAY | ng2-file-upload Summary
kandi X-RAY | ng2-file-upload Summary
Easy to use Angular components for files upload
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I have upgraded my angular to angular 13. when I run to build SSR it gives me following error....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-22 at 05:29
I just solve this issue by correcting the RxJS version to
7.4.0. I hope this can solve others issue as well.
I'm using a child component:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-13 at 12:11
This is because you're passing a regular function to another component and therefore the
this keyword is not referring to the original component.
You should either use arrow functions for
onUploadPhotoSuccess or bind
this to it.
I'm trying to convert an angular project to ionic, i've initialised and changed the config in angular.json, package.json and ionic.config.json project name matches.
The project name is simply "frontend", but when i now try to use ionic serve i'm getting this:
An unhandled exception occurred: Project does not exist.
I've checked everything i can think of and i don't see why it's not picking the project up, could do with a fresh pair of eyes please. I have listed each config file below, and i can't see any issue!
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-04 at 13:09
ionic serve command use the app name as
app, so that might be the problem.
Under the hood that command runs
ng run app:serve --host=localhost --port=8100, so you can try to map it into the
package.json as a custom script with your app name.
I have created a Django and Angular application to upload files. It was working without errors until I integrated a login page. I have not been able to upload files since integration. I get 401 - "Unauthorized" error. What could have possibly gone wrong?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-29 at 11:38
I resolved the issue. It was because I was usign interceptor and I was using third party API for authentication. So instead of Django token, the third party APIs token was sent in header of POST request.
How I resolved it? I used Httpbackend to process POST requests to Django DB so that the request is not intercepted and then I added custom header (with Django token to the reuest). I used the code snippet on this website: https://levelup.gitconnected.com/the-correct-way-to-make-api-requests-in-an-angular-application-22a079fe8413
I have installed windows 11 in my newly bought laptop, and installed Nodejs, Angular Cli, but when I run npm install in my project everything is giving error, I tried a lot , but could not solve it.
upgrade downgrade node. update all node packages. clear cache etc.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-29 at 05:59
How much more clear can
Error: not found: c:\python27\python.exe
some packages require python2.7; others look for python and will accept Python 3. It's a pain; especially for those of us that don't use Python otherwise. But your problem is basic - install Python and try again
I have an Angular 11 project with nguniversal. My homepage is fetching data from services, internal (translation keys object) and external (an express node server to display a list of links). The backend domain is different from the frontend domain address.
The website is displayed correctly, but for some reason, the translations and list of links are not loaded initially when I inspect the page source. Also, the meta and title tags are not visible in the page source. Although they are working.
I believe this should be essential for Search Engine Optimization.
I am loading the language keys from an internal translation service, as observable into the app.component.ts. The translation service itself is dependent on a window service which waits for the browser to load, isPlatformBrowser. The window service is needed to simulate the window object on the server.
I also tried fetching the api data, before or after platform browser initializes, but with no success.
What else am I missing?
EDIT, part of the code. Not sure if I should include the whole project code here:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-07 at 19:31
I'm using ng2-file-upload in my Angular 10 project for uploading user photo. The uploading process just goes well. The only problem is that I have to refresh the browser to display the newly uploaded photo. However, I would expect any newly uploaded photo immediately showing up in the photo list other than the user having to take extra step by refreshing the browser in order to have the newly added photo displayed.
Here is my component.ts...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-20 at 16:00
As Aluan pointed out that loadStoreUserPhotos() was actually not executed. My solution is to add setTimeout(() => window.location.reload(), 2000) to the end of uploadFile(). As a matter of fact, the solution is just simply to refresh the current page. Setting delay time is to allow user to catch whatever screen warning or notification message.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-09 at 13:27
I reduced the size from 8.34 MB to 1.7 MB by doing what i already did. This :
ng build --prod --aot --build-optimizer && gzipper compress ./dist
And by configuring my web server to use this : (apache)
I have taken checkout of angular project and trying to run
ng serve with this command I am getting the following error.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-11 at 06:38
it is version mismatch, just update all dependencies with npm-check-updates
I am writing a simple angular app which uses node as back-end for file upload. My project folder is as such:
To run this in Angular, I do
- ng serve
- Simultaneously run "nodemon server" in another command line in same folder and I am good to go. I tried doing this in Dockerfile with below instructions:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-18 at 15:09
I would suggest you to modularize your code into frontend and backend components. So, your backend code will live in the backend folder and frontend code will live in the frontend folder. There will be separate Dockerfile for each in frontend and backend folder. Now, to assemble the containers use Docker compose file which will live in root directory of your project. Check the example here https://github.com/wkrzywiec/kanban-board/blob/master/docker-compose.yml
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A recommended way to install ng2-file-upload is through npm package manager using the following command:
Currently ng2-file-upload contains two directives: ng2-file-select and ng2-file-drop. ng2-file-select is used for 'file-input' field of form and ng2-file-drop is used for area that will be used for dropping of file or files.
More information regarding using of ng2-file-upload is located in demo and demo sources.
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