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I was given an existing Angular project to work on, and have run into a problem with some of the elements not displaying properly (or at all). …

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I was given an existing Angular project to work on, and have run into a problem with some of the elements not displaying properly (or at all). I’ve been able to narrow down the cause to some of the properties those elements depend on being removed from the controller, but I can’t seem to find where in the code it’s happening. Setting a watch on the controller

confirmed that the properties are being removed, but didn’t give me enough clues as to where. Is there any way to log that information, or another approach I can try?

How to identify where in the code a property is changing • /r/angularjs

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