These are chat archives for AngularClass/angular2-webpack-starter

17th
May 2016
Steve Belovarich
@steveblue
May 17 2016 02:00
ooooo, echo that @gchurchley I want to know the best way too! you may want to ask in the angular/angular gitter
Dominic
@domfarolino
May 17 2016 10:48
is angular2 officially switching to webpack from systemjs?
kkellystrandhill
@kkellystrandhill
May 17 2016 11:16
Text field does not allow input in Internet Explorer 11 or Edge or Safari for Windows. Does work in Chrome and Firefox. Using Windows 10.
Benny Bottema
@bbottema
May 17 2016 11:22
It's been a while since a release was published. does anyone have an ETA on the next stable release?
tomgirt
@tomgirt
May 17 2016 12:01
@kkellystrandhill Similar issue. I am using Windows 10 and Edge. In the Home tab, when I click on the "Submit Local State to ..." it does not allow me to input any text. Seems to work on chrome and firefox. I looked through the known issues but cannot see a related issue. Is this an known issue. Apologies if this is already logged as an issue.
Eric Kisner
@exk0730
May 17 2016 17:46

Hey guys, I'm having a problem importing ng2-formly stuff into the webpack starter. I think it's because it's using SystemJS to export the modules?

repo: https://github.com/formly-js/ng2-formly
npm install ng2-formly --save results in ng2-formly.js in node_modules/ng2-formly which looks like this:

System.register(["./src/main", "./src/templates"], function(exports_1, context_1) {
    "use strict";
    var __moduleName = context_1 && context_1.id;
    function exportStar_1(m) {
        var exports = {};
        for(var n in m) {
            if (n !== "default") exports[n] = m[n];
        }
        exports_1(exports);
    }
    return {
        setters:[
            function (main_1_1) {
                exportStar_1(main_1_1);
            },
            function (templates_1_1) {
                exportStar_1(templates_1_1);
            }],
        execute: function() {
        }
    }
});
I can't do import {FormlyForm} from "ng2-formly/ng2-formly";
Sam Jones
@ollwenjones
May 17 2016 20:17
What's the best way to keep my project config up to date with a seed project such as this one? The angular 2 project is going to be inside a UI subfolder of a larger repository, so it won't be as simple as adding another remote and fetching changes and cherry picking... :( Are there any best-practices besides compare & copy+paste?
Sean Larkin
@TheLarkInn
May 17 2016 21:42
Ncu is nice