user3728912 user3728912 - 2 months ago 23
AngularJS Question

Login with $cordovaOauth issue

function facebookLogin() {
$cordovaOauth.facebook("948645908488914", ["email"]).then(function (result) {
displayData($http, result.access_token);
}, function (error) {
alert("Error: " + error);
});
}


I'm not certain what the email value should be. Should it be the user's email address from witch the token should be obtained from ?

I am receiving the following error:

TypeError: Cannot read property 'hasOwnProperty' of undefined
at Object.facebook (local://simulator/js/ng-cordova.min.js:24:6458)
at facebookLogin (local://simulator/js/app/controllers/ng-controllers-all.js:47:23)
at m.$scope.login (local://simulator/js/app/controllers/ng-controllers-all.js:43:9)
at fn (eval at <anonymous> (local://simulator/js/angular.min.js:210:400), <anonymous>:2:206)
at local://simulator/js/ionic-angular.min.js:20:5713
at m.$eval (local://simulator/js/angular.min.js:134:83)
at m.$apply (local://simulator/js/angular.min.js:134:309)
at HTMLButtonElement.<anonymous> (local://simulator/js/ionic-angular.min.js:20:5695)
at HTMLButtonElement.n.event.dispatch (local://simulator/js/jquery-2.1.4.min.js:3:6466)
at HTMLButtonElement.r.handle (local://simulator/js/jquery-2.1.4.min.js:3:3241)(anonymous function) @ angular.min.js:107

Answer

email is the permission that you are asking for, You pass the permissions like:

$cordovaOauth.facebook("APP_ID", ['public_profile','user_friends','email','user_groups','user_likes']).then(function(result) {
// Code

the problem I guess is that you are not testing on a device.