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Diogo Afonso Barroso
@icylabsDev
cant seem to put the npm package of socket.io on the app
the webpack doesnt compile correctly
Don't think the conventional examples apply to this method? right?
Sergey Protko
@fesor
@icylabsDev
npm install --save socker.io-client
Diogo Afonso Barroso
@icylabsDev
ty
Diogo Afonso Barroso
@icylabsDev
hej guys I'm having a bit of trouble importing modules into the application. What is the best practice? I'm trying to import Chart.js
Sergey Protko
@fesor
there is no best practices, just common sence

I'm trying to import Chart.js

is there any modules inside?

Netanel Basal
@NetanelBasal
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Bruce Denham
@bdenham
@fesor Update: Hey man, I’m still trying out lots of variations on your ng1.5 component-based Todo example. Lots of options that I’m trying out while considering several factors: separation of concerns, style scope isolation, unit testing, too many files vs. too few, making the transition to ng2 later, etc. It’s a great exercise and I’m learning a lot along the way. I’ll contact you directly later this week and send you the kind of setup I like for component apps, building on what you’ve already done. Again, great, instructive project!
Sergey Protko
@fesor
@bdenham cool! :)
martinnajle1
@martinnajle1
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Pedro aspiazu
@pedroaspiazu
Any typescript fork out ther?
*there
Anders Knutsen
@aknutsen
Having some trouble with the starter app. I've done some local modifications, but whenever I restart the app with 'gulp serve', it crashes when trying to load the Common-module. If I remove one of the submodules (i.e. Navbar) from the common module, it runs OK. If I add the submodule back in, it also runs OK. At this stage, the code is exactly the same as when I ran it the first time. This is done when gulp serve is running and is continuosly building the app. If I restart the process, the same problem reoccurs. Has anyone seen this problem before and know how to fix it?
Nesiri Doenzo
@nesiri
Having some trouble with adding images?
It's not getting loaded as a folder
Nesiri Doenzo
@nesiri
Do I need to modify the gulpfile to include the images?
Nesiri Doenzo
@nesiri
@icylabsDev have you solved this issue?
Sergey Protko
@fesor
@nesiri you should use file-loader and url-loader I think. This is webpack issue, and you should modify webpack.config.js
Phil Léger
@phil-lgr
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Hi, is this the way to use compile with the components ? Not sure how it relates to the directive api ..
let homeComponent = {
  restrict: 'E',
  bindings: {},
  template,
  controller,
  controllerAs: 'vm',
  compile: function compile(tElement, tAttrs, transclude) {
    return {
      pre: function preLink(scope, iElement, iAttrs, controller) {
      },
      post: function postLink(scope, iElement, iAttrs, controller) {
Phil Léger
@phil-lgr
Oh nvm ^^, just realized this boiler uses the .component method.
Pan Rada(@Seba)
@PanRada
hi it any one can answer - if I try simple replace component "home"(from the starter ) to "homeApp" app is not working - any reason ? , what I can miss on that simply replacing - any idea ??
Sergey Protko
@fesor
@phil-lgr can you provide more details why do you need compile function?
Nesiri Doenzo
@nesiri
alright thanks @fesor!
another issue i've experienced for JSPM version is when i've built the app and tried to serve it, i'm getting the ff error
Error: [$injector:unpr] Unknown provider: tProvider <- t
This is only on the minified version
Using app.js instead of app.min.js works well
Sergey Protko
@fesor
@nesiri you should annotate your injectables (by hand or using ngAnnotate)
Nesiri Doenzo
@nesiri
@fesor thanks! that solved it
adi carmel
@adica
anyone have working version of Modal with "angular-ui-bootstrap"?
Luis Naia
@darkbls
Hi all, I'm having an issue with trying to use a directive that is restricted to 'A'. Works fine if it is of type element, but not attribute or class. Any ideas why?
Luis Naia
@darkbls
got it nvmd
Sergey Protko
@fesor
@adica yep, everything like in docs.
@darkbls can you provide more details?
adi carmel
@adica
@fesor tnx for your replay. do you mean docs of "angular-ui-bootstrap"?
Sergey Protko
@fesor
@adica yep
adi carmel
@adica
@fesor i saw this example: plunker ,
but they use it with "<script type="text/ng-template">" and without component approach
adi carmel
@adica
Sergey Protko
@fesor
@adica there is nothing wrong with inline templates, and you can yous whatever you like inside.
Luis Naia
@darkbls
@fesor No worries, at the time it seemed something was off and I was running out of options, when in fact I was running a different version of my code. (and was probably too tired).
however I do have a somewhat different question, how do I use images with the ng6 starter and webpack? This is my corrent webpack config: https://gist.github.com/darkbls/48df72d35ed20ccd16386c2c964356bf
Luis Naia
@darkbls
images are under ./assets/img
i.e. <img src='/assets/img/logo.png'> -> not found
Luis Naia
@darkbls
A bit confusing, I haved managed to work it out, and eventually loaded the image in a controller constructor like: this.logo = require("./../../../../assets/img/logo.png");
and <img src="{{ vm.logo }}"/>
Luis Naia
@darkbls
How did any of you resolved the issue with using images in your application without always: having to require it on a per controller basis, using relative paths?
Andrew Lombardi
@kinabalu
hey where would I put images and things that I wanted to reference in my code?