Jack Wolther Jack Wolther - 1 year ago 92
AngularJS Question

Pushing data to array in AngularJS

I have a form that a user needs to fill out and submit. After the Submit button is clicked a function that should push the data to the array is triggered but I have no luck pushing it into the array. The array that the data needs to be pushed in is in another controller.

Debugging the code I found out that I'm getting this error.

Cannot read property 'comments' of undefined
at n.$scope.submitComment (app.js:167)


.controller('DishDetailController', ['$scope', function($scope) {
var dish = {
name: 'Uthapizza',
image: 'images/uthapizza.png',
category: 'mains',
label: 'Hot',
price: '4.99',
description: 'A unique combination of Indian Uthappam (pancake) and Italian pizza, topped with Cerignola olives, ripe vine cherry tomatoes, Vidalia onion, Guntur chillies and Buffalo Paneer.',
comments: [{
rating: 5,
comment: "Imagine all the eatables, living in conFusion!",
author: "John Lemon",
date: "2012-10-16T17:57:28.556094Z"
}, {
rating: 4,
comment: "Sends anyone to heaven, I wish I could get my mother-in-law to eat it!",
author: "Paul McVites",
date: "2014-09-05T17:57:28.556094Z"
}, {
rating: 3,
comment: "Eat it, just eat it!",
author: "Michael Jaikishan",
date: "2015-02-13T17:57:28.556094Z"
}, {
rating: 4,
comment: "Ultimate, Reaching for the stars!",
author: "Ringo Starry",
date: "2013-12-02T17:57:28.556094Z"
}, {
rating: 2,
comment: "It's your birthday, we're gonna party!",
author: "25 Cent",
date: "2011-12-02T17:57:28.556094Z"


$scope.dish = dish;

.controller('DishCommentController', ['$scope', function($scope) {
$scope.feedback = {
author: "",
rating: "",
comment: "",
feedbackDate: ""
$scope.submitComment = function() {
$scope.feedback.feedbackDate = new Date().toISOString();

<div class="col-xs-9 col-xs-offset-1" ng-controller="DishCommentController">
<div class="col-xs-12">
<form class="form-horizontal" role="form" name="commentForm" ng-submit="submitComment()" novalidate>
<div class="form-group form-inline" ng-class="{ 'has-error' : commentForm.author.$error.required && !commentForm.author.$pristine }">
<label for="author">Your Name</label>
<input type="text" class="form-control" id="author" name="author" placeholder="Enter Your Name" ng-model="feedback.author" required> <span ng-show="commentForm.author.$error.required && !commentForm.author.$pristine" class="help-block">Your name is required</span>
<div class="form-group" ng-init="feedback.rating=5">
<label for="rating">Number Of Stars</label>
<input type="radio" name="rating" id="rating" value="1" ng-model="feedback.rating"> 1 </label>
<input type="radio" name="rating" id="rating" value="2" ng-model="feedback.rating"> 2 </label>
<input type="radio" name="rating" id="rating" value="3" ng-model="feedback.rating"> 3 </label>
<input type="radio" name="rating" id="rating" value="4" ng-model="feedback.rating"> 4 </label>
<input type="radio" name="rating" id="rating" value="5" ng-model="feedback.rating"> 5 </label>
<div class="form-group form-inline" ng-class="{ 'has-error' : commentForm.comment.$error.required && !commentForm.comment.$pristine}">
<label for="comment">Your Comment</label>
<textarea id="comment" name="comment" ng-model="feedback.comment" class="form-control" rows="3" placeholder="Your Comment" required></textarea>
<span ng-show="commentForm.comment.$error.required && !commentForm.comment.$pristine" class="help-block">Your comment is required</span>
<button type="submit" ng-disabled="commentForm.$invalid" class="btn btn-primary">Submit Comment</button>

Answer Source

Use services to share the data between the controller and use the angular object reference to update the data in different controller.

.service('sharingService', function ($injector) {
            this.sharedObject= [];


In DishDetailController

  $scope.dish = dish;

After this use like

angular.extend(sharingService.sharedObject, $scope.dish);

In DishCommentController

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