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Sergey Protko
.component('myComponent', {
    bindings: { currentAuth: '<' }
something like that. I didn't use uiRouter for a while
Victor Nascimento
thanks, it worked =)
This changed a bit the way I was used to do
Sergey Protko
well... this is just a separation of concerns. Components responsible only for UI, not for state. You get state from within resolvers and pass it via bindings to components.
state changed - resolver updates value.
Victor Nascimento
really cool =)


what is the best way to add a show page or component to display the id of a record?

Do I need to create another component inside my current component and add a route to the subcomponent for show, edit, ect?
anthony olivence
Anyone run into an issue with karma not finding npm or bower imports outside of app.js, such as in a component.js?
Bnaya Peretz
I see that each component have its own module
Is it considered as best practise?
Demetri Ganoff
Has anyone tried placing .spec.js files outside the client/app folder? I'm trying to convert an existing project to use a similar webpack/testing setup as NG6-starter, but having issues getting the tests to run
I have my source files in src/app and my test files in test/unit.
I'm wondering if I need to add something to my spec.bundle.js file or the karma config so that it loads the correct source and test files
I keep getting this terminal error:
forEach@webpack:///~/angular/angular.js:321:0 <- spec.bundle.js:390:25
loadModules@webpack:///~/angular/angular.js:4601:0 <- spec.bundle.js:4670:13
createInjector@webpack:///~/angular/angular.js:4523:0 <- spec.bundle.js:4592:31
workFn@webpack:///~/angular-mocks/angular-mocks.js:3074:0 <- spec.bundle.js:34916:61
inject@webpack:///~/angular-mocks/angular-mocks.js:3054:0 <- spec.bundle.js:34896:47
webpack:///src/app/app.config.spec.js:9:0 <- spec.bundle.js:35004:12
webpack:///~/angular/angular.js:4641:0 <- spec.bundle.js:4710:54
That was actually after I moved the spec file into src/app just to see if it would work
Aneesh Devasthale
Hi all, this is a seriously good boilerplate. I need a node server which will serve my HTML/JS/CSS. It's pretty basic to do if I do a gulp webpack and then simply serve the dist directory. Can i have this in dev mode also? Basically I am trying to render the initial state on the server (using ejs/jade) and set it as a global variable in a script tag. The angular app will then load this initial state.
Hello Guys, I'm kinda new with ES6 and I want to know if you have some snippets or codes I can follow to implement API on NG6-starter?
Jayr Motta
have anyone enabled e2e tests on this starter? i'm trying to do it but i'm getting this:
15 12 2016 10:25:29.091:INFO [PhantomJS 2.1.1 (Mac OS X 0.0.0)]: Connected on socket 491w3G-X2bh-KHZgAAAA with i
d 92737466
PhantomJS 2.1.1 (Mac OS X 0.0.0) LOG: 'WARNING: Tried to load angular more than once.'
PhantomJS 2.1.1 (Mac OS X 0.0.0) ERROR
  TypeError: undefined is not a constructor (evaluating 'window.angular.$$csp()')
  at <myfolder>/spec.bundle.js:33019
David Wayne Griffith
@jayrmotta I was going to set unit and e2e tests this weekend on a small project that used the NG6 starter. I will let you know if I get an optimal setup for e2e. For now, I found this repo: https://github.com/zombiQWERTY/angular-webpack-starter You might want to clone it and see if the e2e tests work. If they do you will have a working setup to compare against. Cheers
David Wayne Griffith
I forgot, I am using my testing setup from https://github.com/AngularClass/NG6-todomvc-starter That might be the repo you want to clone and test for comparison.
David Wayne Griffith
@jayrmotta https://github.com/AngularClass/NG6-todomvc-starter I just cloned it, ran npm install, then followed the e2e setup and run instructions on the README and all the tests ran just fine. So you should look that as a source reference.
George Daniel

Hello i'm new to AngularJS where do i start from

Hi all.
I'm using the starter with Angular Material (https://material.angularjs.org/latest/), it's working great so far.
There is a component for dialogs at https://material.angularjs.org/latest/api/directive/mdDialog
When a component asks for the URL an HTML template, how do I provide the template using the ES6 syntax?


controller: DialogController,
templateUrl: 'tabDialog.tmpl.html',
parent: angular.element(document.body),
targetEvent: ev,

How to provide the template?

steven kauyedauty
I have to ask if there is something we have to do besides npm run build to get the imports read when we create a service folder and file for this starter?
Andrey Pindyuk
how to can include ng-scrolbars to my project with NG6-starter?
I'm using Webstorm for development, Using this boilerplate app, I manage to Debug my code using webstorm. But I Can't Debug Unit Test. Did someone managed to Debug Unit tst using webstorm and NG6 starter app. The unit test are running from Webstorm but they never stop at breakpoints.

I found the problem for debugging unit test, it is described here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/41988027/karma-webpack-sourcemap-preprocessor-doesnt-stop-at-breakpoints-in-webstorm/42005407#42005407

the key was to put this is karma.conf.js:
webpack: {
devtool: 'source-map',

Hi Can anyone let me know how to connect mysql from controller in NG6-starter ?
Ramy Tamer
@Arch88 you need backend server, This starter for the client side
@ramytamer I am using Loopback for backend APIs
hi guys, can some one direct me to a quick starter or tutorial for NG6-starter?
Matias Fernandez Martinez
just the @dinindu-fernando Readme file on https://gitter.im/AngularClass/NG6-starter
@leonelag can you use the template directly?
template: require('./home.html'),
Jordan Christley
Hey, this may seem elementary, but I can't seem to get a component that I created to show up on the page.
  1. I created the component as it says to, mine is called "profile"
  1. It simply contains two <h1> headers within profile.html
  1. I placed the <profile></profile> tags in home.html
  1. That didn't show, even though an h1 tag that I placed directly into home.html DID show. So then I tried placing the <profile> tags in navbar.html
It still doesn't work
Jordan Christley
Does anyone actually reply to this channel?
Tushar Mudgal
@JordanTreDaniel use command line instead to create component npm run component -- --name componentName
if you want common component use npm run component -- --name footer --parent ../common
And then add Component you imported in common.jsif its common else to components.js if its a simple component
Hello thanks for awesome project, im starting with webpack and ui works great, but i have troubles with making it friendly with express server, can anyone share some basic repo or boilerplate with ui+backend and webpack? thanks alot
Jordan Christley
Thanks @mr-woot I was missing the import part. Right now I am still working with the project, since it is such a great one, although I would love to know how to add a design framework to it.