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UI-Router Hybrid Sample App: Route to Angular 1 and Angular 2 components

Home Page: https://ui-router.github.io/sample-app-angular-hybrid

TypeScript 81.64% JavaScript 10.65% Shell 0.67% HTML 1.08% CSS 5.97%

sample-app-angular-hybrid's Introduction

UI-Router 1.0 Hybrid Angular-CLI/AngularJS Sample Application

You can run and edit this live in your browser using https://stackblitz.com/github/ui-router/sample-app-angular-hybrid

This sample app is intended to demonstrate a non-trivial ui-router application.

  • Multiple sub-modules
  • Managed state lifecycle
  • Application data lifecycle
  • Authentication (simulated)
  • Authenticated and unauthenticated states
  • REST data retrieval (simulated)
  • Lazy loaded sub module (Contacts)

Running

npm install npm start

Webpack without Angular-CLI

The sample app uses the Angular CLI. However, there is also a branch which demonstrates a custom webpack config) but no angular-cli.

Visualizer

We're using the State and Transition Visualizer to visually represent the current state tree, as well as the transitions between states. Explore how transitions work by hovering over them, and clicking to expand details (params and resolves).

Note how states are entered when they were previously not active, exited and re-entered when parameters change, and how parent states whose parameters did not change are retained. Each of these (exited, entered, retained) correspond to a Transition Hook.

Structure

The application is written in Typescript and utilizes ES6 modules. We are loading and bundling modules using webpack.

There are many ways to structure a ui-router app. We aren't super opinionated on application structure. Use what works for you. We organized ours in the following way:

  • Sub-module (feature) organization
    • Each feature gets its own directory.
    • Features contain states and components
    • Specific types of helper code (directives, services, etc) used only within a feature may live in a subdirectory named after its type (/mymessages/directives)
  • Leveraging ES6 modules
    • Each state is defined in its own file
    • Each component (controller + template) is defined in its own file
    • Components exported themselves
    • Components are then imported into a states where they are composed into the state definition.
    • States export themselves
    • The feature.module.js imports all states for the feature and registers then with the $stateProvider
  • A single angular module is defined for the entire application
    • Created, then exported from bootstrap/ngmodule.js
    • The ng module is imported into some other module whenever services, config blocks, directives, etc need to be registered with angular.

UI-Router Patterns

  • Defining custom, app-specific global behaviors
    • Add metadata to a state, or state tree
    • Check for metadata in transition hooks
    • Example: routerhooks/redirectTo.js
      • If a transition directly to a state with a redirectTo property is started, the transition will be redirected to the state which the property names.
    • Example: routerhooks/authRequired.js
      • If a transition to a state with a truthy data.authRequired: true property is started and the user is not currently authenticated
  • Defining a default substate for a top-level state
    • Example: declaring redirectTo: 'mymessages.folder' in mymessages/mymessages.states.js (mymessages state)
  • Defining a default parameter for a state
    • Example: folderId parameter defaults to 'inbox' in mymessages/mymessages.states.js (folder state)
  • Application data lifecycle
    • Data loading is managed by the state declaration, via the resolve: block
    • Data is fetched before the state is entered
    • Data is fetched according to state parameters
    • The state is entered when the data is ready
    • The resolved data is injected into the components
    • The resolve data remains loaded until the state is exited
  • Lazy Loading
    • The contacts module is an Angular NgModule. It is defined as a "future state", and lazy loaded just before any contacts state is activated.

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sample-app-angular-hybrid's Issues

No provider for UIRouter

After a clean clone, npm install and npm start I'm seeing the visualiser (and can click states) but the following error appears in the console:

zone.js:654 Unhandled Promise rejection: No provider for UIRouter! ; Zone: <root> ; Task: Promise.then ; Value: Error: No provider for UIRouter!
    at injectionError (core.es5.js:1169)
    at noProviderError (core.es5.js:1207)
    at ReflectiveInjector_._throwOrNull (core.es5.js:2649)
    at ReflectiveInjector_._getByKeyDefault (core.es5.js:2688)
    at ReflectiveInjector_._getByKey (core.es5.js:2620)
    at ReflectiveInjector_.get (core.es5.js:2489)
    at resolveNgModuleDep (core.es5.js:9475)
    at NgModuleRef_.get (core.es5.js:10557)
    at main.ts:51
    at ZoneDelegate.invoke (zone.js:391) Error: No provider for UIRouter!
    at injectionError (http://localhost:8080/_bundles/vendor.bundle.js:1592:90)
    at noProviderError (http://localhost:8080/_bundles/vendor.bundle.js:1630:12)
    at ReflectiveInjector_._throwOrNull (http://localhost:8080/_bundles/vendor.bundle.js:3072:19)
    at ReflectiveInjector_._getByKeyDefault (http://localhost:8080/_bundles/vendor.bundle.js:3111:25)
    at ReflectiveInjector_._getByKey (http://localhost:8080/_bundles/vendor.bundle.js:3043:25)
    at ReflectiveInjector_.get (http://localhost:8080/_bundles/vendor.bundle.js:2912:21)
    at resolveNgModuleDep (http://localhost:8080/_bundles/vendor.bundle.js:9898:25)
    at NgModuleRef_.get (http://localhost:8080/_bundles/vendor.bundle.js:10980:16)
    at http://localhost:8080/_bundles/sampleapp.js:6762:24
    at ZoneDelegate.invoke (http://localhost:8080/_bundles/vendor.bundle.js:58515:26)

It seems this is occurring in this line:

const url: UrlService = injector.get(UIRouter).urlService

And is therefore preventing it from calling url.listen(); url.sync(); and is causing it to show a blank page (apart from the visualizer).

Any ideas what might be wrong? This is happening in a personal project of mine as well.

Angular Hybrid App fails

ERROR NullInjectorError: StaticInjectorError(AppModule)[UISref -> UIRouter]:
StaticInjectorError(Platform: core)[UISref -> UIRouter]:
NullInjectorError: No provider for UIRouter!
at NullInjector.get (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:36417:27)
at resolveToken (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:51335:24)
at tryResolveToken (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:51261:16)
at StaticInjector.get (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:51111:20)
at resolveToken (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:51335:24)
at tryResolveToken (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:51261:16)
at StaticInjector.get (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:51111:20)
at resolveNgModuleDep (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:62298:29)
at NgModuleRef_.get (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:63364:16)
at resolveDep (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:63895:45)
View_AppComponent_0 @ AppComponent.html:2
proxyClass @ compiler.js:19671
logError @ core.js:45546
handleError @ core.js:6066
(anonymous) @ core.js:40731
invoke @ zone-evergreen.js:359
run @ zone-evergreen.js:124
runOutsideAngular @ core.js:39572
(anonymous) @ core.js:40728
invoke @ zone-evergreen.js:359
onInvoke @ core.js:39699
invoke @ zone-evergreen.js:358
run @ zone-evergreen.js:124
(anonymous) @ zone-evergreen.js:855
invokeTask @ zone-evergreen.js:391
onInvokeTask @ core.js:39680
invokeTask @ zone-evergreen.js:390
runTask @ zone-evergreen.js:168
drainMicroTaskQueue @ zone-evergreen.js:559
invokeTask @ zone-evergreen.js:469
invokeTask @ zone-evergreen.js:1603
globalZoneAwareCallback @ zone-evergreen.js:1640
AppComponent.html:2 ERROR CONTEXT DebugContext_ {view: {…}, nodeIndex: 4, nodeDef: {…}, elDef: {…}, elView: {…}}
View_AppComponent_0 @ AppComponent.html:2
proxyClass @ compiler.js:19671
logError @ core.js:45546
handleError @ core.js:6071
(anonymous) @ core.js:40731
invoke @ zone-evergreen.js:359
run @ zone-evergreen.js:124
runOutsideAngular @ core.js:39572
(anonymous) @ core.js:40728
invoke @ zone-evergreen.js:359
onInvoke @ core.js:39699
invoke @ zone-evergreen.js:358
run @ zone-evergreen.js:124
(anonymous) @ zone-evergreen.js:855
invokeTask @ zone-evergreen.js:391
onInvokeTask @ core.js:39680
invokeTask @ zone-evergreen.js:390
runTask @ zone-evergreen.js:168
drainMicroTaskQueue @ zone-evergreen.js:559
invokeTask @ zone-evergreen.js:469
invokeTask @ zone-evergreen.js:1603
globalZoneAwareCallback @ zone-evergreen.js:1640
zone-evergreen.js:651 Unhandled Promise rejection: StaticInjectorError(AppModule)[UISref -> UIRouter]:
StaticInjectorError(Platform: core)[UISref -> UIRouter]:
NullInjectorError: No provider for UIRouter! ; Zone: ; Task: Promise.then ; Value: NullInjectorError: StaticInjectorError(AppModule)[UISref -> UIRouter]:
StaticInjectorError(Platform: core)[UISref -> UIRouter]:
NullInjectorError: No provider for UIRouter!
at NullInjector.get (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:36417:27)
at resolveToken (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:51335:24)
at tryResolveToken (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:51261:16)
at StaticInjector.get (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:51111:20)
at resolveToken (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:51335:24)
at tryResolveToken (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:51261:16)
at StaticInjector.get (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:51111:20)
at resolveNgModuleDep (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:62298:29)
at NgModuleRef_.get (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:63364:16)
at resolveDep (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:63895:45) NullInjectorError: StaticInjectorError(AppModule)[UISref -> UIRouter]:
StaticInjectorError(Platform: core)[UISref -> UIRouter]:
NullInjectorError: No provider for UIRouter!
at NullInjector.get (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:36417:27)
at resolveToken (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:51335:24)
at tryResolveToken (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:51261:16)
at StaticInjector.get (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:51111:20)
at resolveToken (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:51335:24)
at tryResolveToken (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:51261:16)
at StaticInjector.get (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:51111:20)
at resolveNgModuleDep (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:62298:29)
at NgModuleRef_.get (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:63364:16)
at resolveDep (https://localhost:3000/cmep/lib/vendor-es2015.js:63895:45)
api.onUnhandledError @ zone-evergreen.js:651
handleUnhandledRejection @ zone-evergreen.js:675
api.microtaskDrainDone @ zone-evergreen.js:668
drainMicroTaskQueue @ zone-evergreen.js:566
invokeTask @ zone-evergreen.js:469
invokeTask @ zone-evergreen.js:1603
globalZoneAwareCallback @ zone-evergreen.js:1640

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Angular states doesn't work

Cloned the project, and installed the dependencies, but /contacts and /prefs state are not resolved, and the user is redirected to /welcome. Even the visualizer doesn't show the contacts and prefs state.

package.json

"@uirouter/angular-hybrid": "^3.1.4"
"angular": "^1.6.6"
"@angular/common": "^4.0.0",
 "@angular/compiler": "^4.0.0",
"@angular/core": "^4.0.0",
"@angular/forms": "^4.0.0",
"@angular/http": "^4.0.0",
"@angular/platform-browser": "^4.0.0",
"@angular/platform-browser-dynamic": "^4.0.0",
"@angular/router": "^4.0.0",
"@angular/upgrade": "^4.0.0"

screen shot 2017-08-31 at 17 33 48

Reduce app size

current dual boot app size is big, which mainly become heavy in case of mobile app for downloading. Dual boot app size is near about 36MB which is 6MB on live which was build only with angularjs.
We tried to use ng build --prod to reduce size of the app, it reduced the size but app is not working after deployment. It gives Header Overflow error.

Action required: Greenkeeper could not be activated 🚨

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To enable Greenkeeper, you need to make sure that a commit status is reported on all branches. This is required by Greenkeeper because it uses your CI build statuses to figure out when to notify you about breaking changes.

Since we didn’t receive a CI status on the greenkeeper/initial branch, it’s possible that you don’t have CI set up yet. We recommend using Travis CI, but Greenkeeper will work with every other CI service as well.

If you have already set up a CI for this repository, you might need to check how it’s configured. Make sure it is set to run on all new branches. If you don’t want it to run on absolutely every branch, you can whitelist branches starting with greenkeeper/.

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Does it work for Angular 5+ ?

Hi,

Why sample app was downgraded to Angular 4? Does angular-hybrid UIRouter AoT compilation and lazy loading work for Angular 5 and AngularCompilerPlugin instead of AotPlugin ?

Lazy loaded contacts module throws error in production build

git clone
npm install
npm build

Open browser and attempt to navigate to the contacts state. The lazy loaded JS bundle is requested and completes loading and the following error is produced on the console:

Transition Rejection($id: 1 type: 6, message: The transition errored, detail: Error: Cannot find 'ContactsModule' in './contacts/contacts.module')

Why does sample app import from angularjs?

My understanding is that you should not be installing uirouter/angularjs for a hybrid app. All you need is the uirouter/angular-hybrid?

from sample app:

import uiRouter from uirouter/angularjs;

I followed the sample app when converting my app to a hybrid and it worked great. I am also using webpack. Later when I was doing some cleanup, I deleted what I thought were no longer needed folders (like the @uirouter/angularjs). When I saw this build error I changed it to pull from @uirouter/core. Is that correct?

When I made this change, my app would no longer work. It looks like my vendor bundle is dramatically different after this change and I think something that was being included before is no longer being included (sorry for lack of details). When I switched back to @uirouter/angularjs everything works again, but I'm assuming this will probably cause me problems later?

Is the sample app right? If so, isn't it conflicting with the documentation?

I've used ui-router forever in angular 1.x apps and LOVE it. I'm hoping to continue using it for the hybrid apps we have. Thanks!

ngx-build-plus suggestion

Hi Chris,
As I have gotten closer to Angular CLI, it is evident that this is the best way to manage an Angular project's build. Of course a hybrid project has additional challenges. There is this new project, ngx-build-plus and I am playing with it. Bottom line is, updating this project to use ngx-build-plus, overwriting just the angular.js specific webpack stuff (externals, etc) would lead to a better product. The whole point is to move on to Angular, and the best part of Angular is Angular CLI. For the moment, ngx-build-plus lets you use Angular cli with minor tweaks and lets the rest of the build chain (AOT, etc) all conform to Angular CLI.

Client side code caching

how to avoid caching of js, css, image files which are mentioned in angular.json & in components. Basically we want to know how to handle caching or is there any way by which angular handles it on its own.

sample app doesn't reflect all dependencies

I am interested in using the prefs (feature module) example, which imports:

import { UIRouterModule } from "@uirouter/angular";

but package.json doesn't depend on that. How is it pulled in? Does this work with Angular 5 or is it locked to 4.0.0?

Transition Rejection -> $transitions.onError triggered all the time

hey,
When running sample app I get Transition Rejection a lot and as a result $transitions.onError triggered all the time. Steps to reproduce:

  1. npm install
  2. open requiresAuth.hook.ts -> add "$transitions.onError({}, (transition) => {console.log('error');})" (see screenshot on bottom)
  3. npm start
  4. click any button (messages/contacts/preferences)
  5. browser console:
  • Transition #0-0: Started -> "Transition#0( ''{} -> 'welcome'{} )"
  • trace.js:176 Transition #0-0: <- Success "Transition#0( ''{} -> 'welcome'{} )", final state: welcome
  • trace.js:170 Transition #1-0: <- Rejected "Transition#1( 'welcome'{} -> 'mymessages'{} )", reason: Transition Rejection($id: 0 type: 2, message: The transition has been superseded by a different transition, detail: 'login'{})
  • requiresAuth.hook.ts:30 error
  • trace.js:133 Transition #2-0: Started -> "Transition#2( 'welcome'{} -> 'login'{} )"
  • trace.js:176 Transition #2-0: <- Success "Transition#2( 'welcome'{} -> 'login'{} )", final state: login

Similar thing happens when refreshing page in the browser e.g.

  1. npm start
  2. click contacts
  3. login as first available user
  4. hit F5 or browser refresh button
  5. again, Transition Rejection and $transitions.onError is triggered.

angularhybridsampleapperror

Generally, just clicking through the pages or refreshing the page surely shouldn't cause rejections and triggering error handling?

App failed to start

Run "npm run start" then get the following error

Uncaught TypeError: ui_router_ng2_1.UIRouterRx is not a constructor
    at eval (ng1-to-ng2.js:259)
    at Object.invoke (angular.js:4842)
    at eval (angular.js:4645)
    at forEach (angular.js:357)
    at createInjector (angular.js:4645)
    at doBootstrap (angular.js:1838)
    at Object.angular.resumeBootstrap (angular.js:1867)
    at Object.windowAngular.resumeBootstrap (upgrade.umd.js:992)
    at maybeBootstrap (hint.js:569)
    at ZoneDelegate.invokeTask (zone.js:265)

Example not following the documentation

At this line:

import uiRouter from "@uirouter/angularjs";

There is an import to "@uirouter/angularjs" but in the documentation it's written

Remove angular-ui-router (or @uirouter/angularjs) from your AngularJS app's package.json and replace it with @uirouter/angular-hybrid. Add the @angular/* dependencies.

Therefore what should I do?
If I remove it from the app's package.json, I cannot import it otherwise I got a compilation error. However, in the live example, I noticed that the @uirouter/angularjs lib has been loaded by Webpack.

I'm asking this question because I kept it in the package.json then removed it and my app doesn't run anymore (I'm using SystemJS) because I get an error in Chrome:
image

Sould I keep it and reference it using some specific path (like this one: "@uirouter/angular-hybrid/node_modules/@uirouter/angularjs") which works btw?

Thanks!

No provider for UIView.PARENT_INJECT!

Hello,
I am trying to port my angular 1.5 application to angular 2.
In the app i use angular-ui-router, so doring the upgrade process i want to upgrade the ui router too.
I try to mirror the process from this repo, since it provides a realy good example.

However when i try to use ng1-to-ng2 in my app, it throws "No provider for UIView.PARENT_INJECT!" error.
I was searching in the sapmple app where you register the providers, but i couldn't find it. I know its not an issue with the repo, but i dont know here else i could get help.

My code snippets:
app.ts

import uiRouter from 'angular-ui-router';
....
const appDependencies = [
  uiRouter,
  'ui.router.upgrade', ..... ]
....
angular.module(name, appDependencies)

main.ts

import { uiRouterNgUpgrade } from 'ui-router-ng1-to-ng2';
uiRouterNgUpgrade.setUpgradeAdapter(upgradeAdapter);

myComponent.ts

import { UIROUTER_DIRECTIVES } from 'ui-router-ng2';
@Component({
...
  directives: [UIROUTER_DIRECTIVES],
...
constructor(@Optional() @Inject(UIView.PARENT_INJECT) view,) {
    this.state = view && view.context && view.context.name;
  }

These snipets are the same as in the sample app. However the sample app runs without error while my app crashes. I tried importing UIROUTER_PROVIDERS but with using that, it throw an error No provider for UIRouterConfig.

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