Breeze AngularJS Q-Promises

This breeze.angular.q library has been deprecated. It is superseded by the Breeze AngularJS Service which more cleanly configures breeze for AngularJS development.

The Breeze AngularJS Service tells Breeze to use AngularJS's $q for promises and to use AngularJS's $httpfor ajax calls.
</br>The breeze.angular.q library has been from removed Breeze Labs. As always, you can retrieve the frozen copy from github.

Migration to “Breeze AngularJS Service”

Some outdated examples and PluralSight courses still refer to “breeze.angular.q” library and use$q. If you followed their lead, here’s how to migrate your app to the Breeze AngularJS Service.

  1. Remove the breeze.angular.q.js script from your project.

    Uninstall-Package Breeze.Angular.Q if you used NuGet.

  2. Install breeze.bridge.angular.js as explained here.

  3. Update your index.html, changing breeze.angular.q.js to breeze.bridge.angular.js.

  4. Update your app module to depend on “breeze.angular”.

  5. Find the one place in your code where you call “use$q” and replace it with the “breeze” dependency.

For example, you might go from this:

var app = angular.module('app', [
   // ... other dependencies ...
   'breeze.angular.q' // tells breeze to use $q instead of Q.js
]);['$q','use$q', function ($q, use$q) {

to this:

var app = angular.module('app', [
   // ... other dependencies ...
]);['breeze', function () { }]);

You should also track down and eliminate code that configures Breeze to use the “backingStore” model library adapter and $http. For example, you could go from this:

function configBreeze($q, $http, use$q) {
    // use $q for promises

    // use the current module's $http for ajax calls
    var ajax = breeze.config.initializeAdapterInstance('ajax', 'angular');

    // the native Breeze 'backingStore' works for AngularJS
    breeze.config.initializeAdapterInstance('modelLibrary', 'backingStore', true);


to this:

function configBreeze() {

You might not need a configBreeze method at all!