How to pass an object into a state using UI-router?

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In version 0.2.13, You should be able to pass objects into $state.go,

$state.go('myState', {myParam: {some: 'thing'}})

$stateProvider.state('myState', {
                url: '/myState/{myParam:json}',
                params: {myParam: null}, ...

and then access the parameter in your controller.

$stateParams.myParam //should be {some: 'thing'}

myParam will not show up in the URL.

Source:

See the comment by christopherthielen https://github.com/angular-ui/ui-router/issues/983, reproduced here for convenience:

christopherthielen: Yes, this should be working now in 0.2.13.

.state('foo', { url: '/foo/:param1?param2', params: { param3: null } // null is the default value });

$state.go('foo', { param1: 'bar', param2: 'baz', param3: { id: 35, name: 'what' } });

$stateParams in 'foo' is now { param1: 'bar', param2: 'baz', param3: { id: 35, name: 'what' } }

url is /foo/bar?param2=baz.

~ Answered on 2015-04-22 08:38:31


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