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How do I programmatically call resolve(event)?

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I followed the guide on the front page for the invisible captcha. I have referenced captcha in my .ts file @ViewChild('captchaRef') public captcha: RecaptchaComponent;

and in my html I got this <re-captcha #captchaRef="reCaptcha" size="invisible" siteKey="super-secret-key" (resolved)="resolved($event)"></re-captcha>

I am calling this.captcha.execute() to trigger execution but how do I call resolved(event)? When I try to assign this.captcha.resolved I get an EventEmitter. I am still pretty new to Angular so not sure what to do with that information. I tried using this.captcha.resolved.emit(); but what am I supposed to emit?

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 6 years ago
  • Comments:11 (5 by maintainers)

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DethArielcommented, Mar 24, 2017

Starring this repo is enough of a tip for me 😃

Nikki1993commented, Mar 24, 2017

Thanks a lot. You provided me with a lot of food for thought above and beyond! It wasn’t my intention to steer the discussion outside of library scope. At the end of the day, I was just wondering if there is any way to call (click)="captchaRef.execute()" except inside .ts file and not html file?

this.captcha.execute() seems to do nothing 😛

Otherwise, your solution seems to have worked. I used captcha way too many times so it asks me to fill images, but I assume if it wasn’t asking then it would simply emit the value straight away.

P.S. Anyway I could perhaps give you a small tip for your trouble? you’ve been a great help!

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