How to reload data when entering ionic view on tab click

I’m trying to reload the newsfeed everytime it enters the screen. It works when it is first loaded and using $state.go (e.g. after posting a picture it reloads with the picture). Although, if I go to a different tab and come back, the screen is blank (until i refresh or click the tab once again). Ive tried adding ui-sref-opts="{reload:true}" to the tabs.html but no help.

var self = this;
this.images =[];
var user = Parse.User.current();
var i =0;

this.loadImages = function(){
     var imageGallery = Parse.Object.extend("Gallery");
            var query = new Parse.Query(imageGallery);
            query.near("location", $rootScope.currentLocation);
                  success: function(results) {

                    for (i;i<results.length;i++) {
                        var object = results[i];
                            locationName: object.get('locationName'),
                            caption: object.get('caption'),
                            img: object.get('img').url(),
                            username: object.get('user').get('username'),
                            userprofpic: object.get('user').get('profpic').url()
                  error: function(error) {

$scope.$on('$ionicView.loaded', function(){
$scope.$on('$ionicView.enter', function(){
this.doRefresh = function(){

<ion-view title="Nearby" hide-back-button="true" cache-view="false"> <ion-content class="has-header" overflow-scroll="false"> <ion-refresher pulling-text="Pull to refresh..." on-refresh="home.doRefresh()"></ion-refresher> <newsfeed-item ng-repeat="image in home.images"></newsfeed-item> </ion-content> </ion-view>

Custom Directive:
return{ restrict: 'E', templateUrl: 'templates/newsfeed-item.html', replace: true };

Add this to your controller:

$scope.$on('$ionicView.afterEnter', function() { $scope.loadData(); console.log('AFTER ENTER FIRED'); });

This will load your data ever time you enter this view.

Thanks for the answer but this didn’t end up working for me. What seemed to work is adding $scope.$apply() after the for loop