Matteo Disetti Matteo Disetti - 10 months ago 281
AngularJS Question

Angular.js autocomplete with $http.get TypeError: Cannot read property 'success' of undefined

With this code i always get TypeError: Cannot read property 'success' of undefined.
I've tried also with .then instead of .success but i get the same error.
After plus than ten hours of googling i'm a little bit desperate...


<div ng-controller="search_interest" layout="column">
<md-chips ng-model="ctrl.selectedVegetables" md-autocomplete-snap md-require-match>
md-items="item in getInterest(searchText)"
placeholder="Search for a vegetable">
<span md-highlight-text="searchText">{{}} :: {{item.type}}</span>

And the js:

var app = angular.module('autocomplete_app', ['ngMaterial']);

function($scope, $http){
$scope.searchText = '';
$scope.selectedItem = undefined;
function getInterest($scope){
$http.get("someurl.php?query=" + $scope.searchText)
$scope.interest = data;
console.log('data', JSON.stringify(data));


The problem wasn't your http call but the calls that the angular materials import done, as you can see in the bellow image that the problem was on the angularjs-materials.js on line 10.

console image

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you can look at this version: I've add the plunker in the comment above.

I've changed a bit the header of the HTML page. this is not working because I can't call for the URL you requested but on your solution should work.