[SOLVED] Bower update broke ui-sref


#1

Please remove this post, solved it by running gulp after running the bower update


I had a working app where I navigate between pages by using ui-sref:

<button class="button button-outline button-dark" ui-sref="other.login">
  Log in
</button>

I just ran a bower update (always a moment where you hope things will keep working) and I can’t use ui-sref anymore. Nothing happens when I click on the button, and there are not errors in my console. Does anyone have any idea what’s going on?

My states are defined as follows (and worked fine until the update):

.state('other.login', {
    url: '/login',
    views: {
      'other': {
        templateUrl: 'templates/other/login.html'
      }
    }
  })

Not sure, but this may help?

Please note that,
    ngCordova#0.1.7-alpha depends on angular#1.2.23 which resolved to angular#1.2.23
    angular-socket-io#0.6.0 depends on angular#~1.2.6 which resolved to angular#1.2.26
    angular-ui-router#0.2.10 depends on angular#>= 1.0.8 which resolved to angular#1.2.26
    angular-animate#1.3.2, angular-sanitize#1.3.2 depends on angular#1.3.2 which resolved to angular#1.3.2
    angular-moment#0.8.2 depends on angular#>=1.0.0 <1.4.0 which resolved to angular#1.3.2
    ionic#d6de40a98c depends on angular#~1.3.2 which resolved to angular#1.3.2
    angular-md5#0.1.7 depends on angular#* which resolved to angular#1.3.2
Resort to using angular#~1.2.17 which resolved to angular#1.2.23
Code incompatibilities may occur.

#3

See my note on top of the post:

Please remove this post, solved it by running gulp after running the bower update