Message from sigruna14 in MacGuyver - Skills & Academics #tech


2017-09-28 23:37:11 UTC  

@Jimmy the Greek#6623 thanks i'll have to do some more research to find out

2017-09-29 22:11:55 UTC  

Anybody @here know webpack?

2017-09-29 22:21:53 UTC  

Let me know if you need anymore help

2017-09-30 13:55:10 UTC  

Enlighten me on the benefits of using webpack. The "core concepts" page isn't convincing me that it would be "worth it".

2017-09-30 14:53:52 UTC  

Anybody here use dirpy? I am trying to download a song and dirpy will only download the first 30 seconds or so. Not sure if I am doing something wrong or dirpy is defective

2017-09-30 19:38:11 UTC  

@here

2017-10-01 05:13:51 UTC  

@Why Tea same benefit, mostly of things like grunt or gulp afaik.. task automation, minify, test running, compactify, linting, etc.

2017-10-01 10:58:18 UTC  

@Dan iiii Interesting. So is the consensus that it's superior to the existing tools/techniques for minifying, compacting, linting, etc? Or just another way to do it that's popular at the moment? For context I work in concert with our Dev / DevOps team(s) and manage some custom development work / manage those devs. I have *some* influence with our core Dev team but decisions on what to use are from their leads / and department head. If something is better than what they're using now, me suggesting they try it can't hurt. My team and I do app tier stuff much more so than front-end development, but anything to help the team is worth looking at.

2017-10-01 10:59:59 UTC  

For more context my work is in the Security / Authentication & Authorization part of the stack/platform. Even more context, a couple of the biggest companies in the world use security code I and my team wrote and designed.

2017-10-03 17:15:38 UTC  

If anybody knows Webpack and would be willing to help me understand how to work with it, it would be much appreciated.

2017-10-03 18:10:50 UTC  

@everyone ^

2017-10-09 18:57:43 UTC  

https://github.com/rrmarsh1994/todoapp I am trying to learn the DOM right now and i am making a simple app that has a list of things to do, a check box to signal completion and a delete button to delete the completed to do, I am able to get the app creating to dos, having a checkbox but not a delete button that shows or functions, on lines 31-38 i have given my best effort at what I think im supposed to do but im not even close, could someone help me work through this? For someone who knows how this stuff it should be a fairly low teir problem, thanks in advance

2017-10-09 18:58:19 UTC  

look at the app.js folder

2017-10-11 03:25:19 UTC  

@Bobby - Pa taking a look now

2017-10-11 03:42:23 UTC  

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/352761432833523713/367517263009546244/52n8049npqi.png

2017-10-11 03:54:33 UTC  

@Bobby - Pa The code seems to be working fine for me. I have some suggestions if you want to hear them, but I can successfully create and delete items.

2017-10-11 03:54:45 UTC  

let me know if I'm not understanding the problem you're having

2017-10-11 04:04:29 UTC  

sorry i forgot to update the thread, late last night i was able to understand my mistake, my scope was off on my delete button event

2017-10-11 04:04:46 UTC  

thanks for taking a look tho @Deleted User i appreciate

2017-10-11 04:04:50 UTC  

it

2017-10-11 20:23:38 UTC  

Who here can tell me how I can load a Pug template without compiling to HTML using Webpack?

2017-10-18 19:29:38 UTC  

Don't forget to Defrag your drives weekly 👍

2017-10-18 20:28:48 UTC  

Do you have a good program for that? I just got a new laptop, and I can't remember what I used on the old one @Gawsh Darn Goy#4287

2017-10-19 15:38:29 UTC  

Anyone know much about discord?

2017-10-22 20:24:35 UTC  

Hey guys im getting an error in the console that my collection.html isnt calling the state i declared for it when i hit the collection tab in the top right corner. Could someone take a look and give me some advice on what to do? https://github.com/rrmarsh1994/Bloc-Jams-AngularJS

2017-10-23 01:42:41 UTC  

@here ☝🏻

2017-10-23 02:03:00 UTC  

@Bobby - Pa Copypasta exact error?

2017-10-23 02:04:09 UTC  

sounds good

2017-10-23 02:04:23 UTC  

angular.js:14525 Error: Could not resolve 'collection.html' from state ''
at Object.z.transitionTo (angular-ui-router.min.js:7)
at Object.z.go (angular-ui-router.min.js:7)
at angular-ui-router.min.js:7
at angular.js:20178
at e (angular.js:6274)
at angular.js:6554
(anonymous) @ angular.js:14525
(anonymous) @ angular.js:11008
(anonymous) @ angular.js:20181
e @ angular.js:6274
(anonymous) @ angular.js:6554
setTimeout (async)
k.defer @ angular.js:6552
f @ angular.js:20176
(anonymous) @ angular-ui-router.min.js:7
hg @ angular.js:3734
d @ angular.js:3722
angular.js:14525 Error: Could not resolve 'collection.html' from state ''
at Object.z.transitionTo (angular-ui-router.min.js:7)
at Object.z.go (angular-ui-router.min.js:7)
at angular-ui-router.min.js:7
at angular.js:20178
at e (angular.js:6274)
at angular.js:6554 "Possibly unhandled rejection: {}"

2017-10-23 02:04:53 UTC  

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/352761432833523713/371841378520399872/unknown.png

2017-10-23 02:05:06 UTC  

screenshot of error @sigruna14

2017-10-23 02:15:52 UTC  

Idk. I'm looking through the code and it looks right, but I really don't know this tech you're using. The error makes it look like the state isn't getting recognized somehow. @Bobby - Pa

2017-10-23 02:17:44 UTC  

<div class="links-container">
<a ui-sref="collection.html" class="navbar-link">Collection</a>
</div>

2017-10-23 02:17:47 UTC  

This is in your index.html

2017-10-23 02:17:57 UTC  

maybe you need ui-sref="templates/collection.html"?

2017-10-23 02:18:04 UTC  

darn, I arranged a meeting tomorrow with my mentor so don't spend too much time looking into it, I appreciate the sencond look at my issue tho sig , thanks @sigruna14

2017-10-23 02:18:10 UTC  

yeah ill try it let me update u

2017-10-23 02:20:25 UTC  

nah same error comes up except it says "templates/collection.html" could not resolve

2017-10-23 02:21:13 UTC  

hmph

2017-10-23 02:22:28 UTC  

Looks like you're learning Angular 1. Just so you know, they're on like Angular 4 now.

2017-10-23 02:22:35 UTC  

It was completely re-done.