Tuesday, September 13, 2016

AngularJS - if you are calling a function from outside of Angular / scope , always do it inside of $apply()

Otherwise, it will silently fail.

So , this is ok:

function get_ang_scope(){

    var appElement = document.querySelector('[ng-app=kalaApp]');
    var $scope = angular.element(appElement).scope();

    return $scope;


var scope=get_ang_scope();

scope.$apply(function () {
//    scope.updateCustomRequest(data, type, res);


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