RegisteredHook | @uirouter/angularjs


  • RegisteredHook




_deregistered: boolean = false
bind: any
callback: HookFn
invokeCount: number = 0
invokeLimit: number
matchCriteria: HookMatchCriteria
priority: number
removeHookFromRegistry: function

Type declaration


  • _getDefaultMatchCriteria(): HookMatchCriteria
  • Gets the default match criteria (all true)

  • Gets the default match criteria (all true)

    Returns an object which has all the criteria match paths as keys and true as values, i.e.:

    `js { to: true, from: true, entering: true, exiting: true, retained: true, }

  • Gets matching nodes as IMatchingNodes

    Create a IMatchingNodes object from the TransitionHookTypes that is roughly equivalent to:

    let matches: IMatchingNodes = {
      to:       _matchingNodes([tail(],,
      from:     _matchingNodes([tail(treeChanges.from)], mc.from),
      exiting:  _matchingNodes(treeChanges.exiting,      mc.exiting),
      retained: _matchingNodes(treeChanges.retained,     mc.retained),
      entering: _matchingNodes(treeChanges.entering,     mc.entering),


    Returns IMatchingNodes

  • Gets the matching PathNodes

    Given an array of PathNodes, and a HookMatchCriterion, returns an array containing the PathNodes that the criteria matches, or null if there were no matching nodes.

    Returning null is significant to distinguish between the default "match-all criterion value" of true compared to a () => true function, when the nodes is an empty array.

    This is useful to allow a transition match criteria of entering: true to still match a transition, even when entering === []. Contrast that with entering: (state) => true which only matches when a state is actually being entered.


    Returns PathNode[]

  • deregister(): void
  • Returns void

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