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Gregory Bouteiller
@gbouteiller
Hello, has someone tried to use rollup to bundle aurelia code?
Randy Vroegop
@vroegop
@jhewt Setting the configuration did not work on its own, I've used the credentials: 'include' in my header and allow that in my access header on the API. Thank you anyways for poining in a direction :D
Bazyli Brzóska
@niieani
@Vheissu @tomasbillborn @rquast actually generateConfig of easy-webpack can take in either a function or a simple object. For simple configs an object is enough, whether you want to manually override some elements or append to certain arrays (e.g. the plugin array). The default behavior is to deep merge objects, append values to arrays and in all other cases overwrite the old values. The function approach allows for more fine grained changes like prepending arrays, or using previously generated config as input for the generated output. Last config is available as this inside the function.
Roland Quast
@rquast
@niieani nice... so "this" mean's there's no issue then. ;)
Theodar Sundeep Kumar
@theodarsundeep
@millicandavid Thanks I was using the Visual Studio 2015 and have my issue fixed and was able to run the Aurelia RC ussing the CLI.
@EisenbergEffect Aurelia Interface looks promising , cant wait to get my hands dirty. Thanks !!
José A. Sachs
@jhewt
We only hope that isn't that expensive tho
Ricky Blankenaufulland
@ZoolWay
Got a problem with badkeyerror in dependency injection . Message is "key/value cannot be null or undefined. Are you trying to inject/register something that doesn't exist with DI?". Funny thing is another component already retrieved that type so it must exist with DI. Tried autoinject and inject, both do not work.
Philipp Knecht
@fopsdev
anybody worling with sublime typescript here?
working
Thomas Schlage
@fragsalat
Hey guys. Does someone have experiences with native web components in aurelia? I've the problem that binding to the value property of the class is not working.
Listening for events does work great.
Philipp Knecht
@fopsdev
i just cant make sublime typescript picking up ntsc instead of tsc.
current tsc does not compile my aurelia-cli ts project, ntsc does (after using files list)
oops, just recognised i'm not in the au ts channel, sorry for spamming
Joshua
@JoshuaCE

Anybody using jquery UI.. im getting this error with loading image files.. how to fix it.. i dont want to touch the package to edit the jqueryui css file !!

http://localhost:9000/images/ui-icons_222222_256x240.png 404 not found

Ricky Blankenaufulland
@ZoolWay
Hm, found out more about my dependency injection issue
It does provide undefined when the type is loaded from a relative path which goes one level up
Like: import { ConfigurationService } from '../core/configuration-service'
When using a local path it works like: import { AnotherService } from './another-service'
Not sure if that's a bug or me importing wrongly
But the problem lies in _aureliaMetadata.metadata.getOwn("design:paramtypes", target) || _emptyParameters - maybe it cannot find the type metadata
Gregory Bouteiller
@gbouteiller
Hello, has someone tried to use rollup to bundle aurelia code?
Amine Afia
@AmineAfia
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Søren Müller
@SorenMuller
@theodarsundeep Have you tried to add additional Arelia modules to an Arelia-cli generated app... If I try to run 'npm install Aurelia-i18n' it makes all kinds of warnings
ozi
@estrica2000
anyone? i am just about to get started in aurelia, why should choose: Es 2016 script over Type Script , or vice versa?
lndnbrg
@lndnbrg
Hello! I am having trouble with jspm install github:twbs/bootstrap. The zip file that gets downloaded contains weird Amazon S3 signature errors. Did anybody of you have the same problem?
zodraz
@zodraz
hi
any one to know what can cause this error? Error on translate for npm:aurelia-binding@1.0.0-beta.1.2.2/aurelia-binding.d.ts at file:///C:/tfs/trunk/src/PIM/LeCreuset.PIM.Web/pim-app/jspm_packages/npm/aurelia-binding@1.0.0-beta.1.2.2/aurelia-binding.d.ts
lndnbrg
@lndnbrg
@estrica2000 I have the feeling, that typescript will add another layer of complexity that does not provide much value over just ES 2016.
Tony Olsson
@Souldrinker
@estrica2000 It probably depends on where you come from and what preferences you have. For me as an old C# dev I really like the strong typing, intellisense and additional features TypeScript brings even if it might add some complexity regarding typings for old js libraries etc.
Raimo Pitkänen
@rapitkan
@jsobell Hi. Do you know what… I did it. I have a project on the top of Aurelia RC. We talked earlier. That’s why I’m telling you this. Now I have to figure out how to publish the project. Have you published your RC based project yet?
ozi
@estrica2000
@lndnbrg @Souldrinker Thank you for the insight. Very useful! i want to strip out complexity for now at least while i am learning.
lndnbrg
@lndnbrg
@Souldrinker Is it feasible to add typescript later on?
Meirion Hughes
@MeirionHughes
yes
frankly I don't know why anyone would not use typescript
without it feels too much like I'm a "monkey hitting a typewriter"
Tony Olsson
@Souldrinker
@lndnbrg Not sure, I started out with TypeScript 0.8 (or something) in Durandal in 2013 or something and have stuck to that (never liked javascript ;-)). I suppose you could start with javascript and then rename your .js files to .ts file and add typings a bit at a time, but if you're thinking about TypeScript why not start with that instead and see how it feels.
McOffsky
@McOffsky
Hello guys, anyone can tell me how to add loader to the webpack config in esnext-webpack version of skeleton 1.0.0-beta.2.0.0? Im trying to add sass loader for scss and null loader for some other files.
Søren Müller
@SorenMuller
Hello... I'm going out of my mind.. hope you have a clue on what I'm doing wrong
I Added Aurelia-Validation and Aurelia-validatejs using npm..
When i try to bundle I get the following error..
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..
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Tracing main...
Tracing resources/index...
{ uid: 8,
name: 'writeBundles',
branch: false,
error:
{ [Error: ENOENT: no such file or directory, open 'E:\Projects\Fragtbrevsrettelser\Fragtbrevsrettelser.Client\src\validate-binding-behavior.js']
errno: -4058,
code: 'ENOENT',
syscall: 'open',
path: 'E:\Projects\Fragtbrevsrettelser\Fragtbrevsrettelser.Client\src\validate-binding-behavior.js',
moduleTree: [ 'aurelia-validation' ],
fileName: 'E:/Projects/Fragtbrevsrettelser/Fragtbrevsrettelser.Client/node_modules/aurelia-validation/dist/amd/aurelia-validation.js' },
duration: [ 4, 82419187 ],
time: 1467114309178 }
{ uid: 0,
name: '<series>',
branch: true,
error:
{ [Error: ENOENT: no such file or directory, open 'E:\Projects\Fragtbrevsrettelser\Fragtbrevsrettelser.Client\src\validate-binding-behavior.js']
errno: -4058,
code: 'ENOENT',
syscall: 'open',
path: 'E:\Projects\Fragtbrevsrettelser\Fragtbrevsrettelser.Client\src\validate-binding-behavior.js',
moduleTree: [ 'aurelia-validation' ],
fileName: 'E:/Projects/Fragtbrevsrettelser/Fragtbrevsrettelser.Client/node_modules/aurelia-validation/dist/amd/aurelia-validation.js' },
duration: [ 5, 758756536 ],
time: 1467114309193 }
{ [Error: ENOENT: no such file or directory, open 'E:\Projects\Fragtbrevsrettelser\Fragtbrevsrettelser.Client\src\validate-binding-behavior.js']
errno: -4058,
code: 'ENOENT',
syscall: 'open',
path: 'E:\Projects\Fragtbrevsrettelser\Fragtbrevsrettelser.Client\src\validate-binding-behavior.js',
moduleTree: [ 'aurelia-validation' ],
fileName: 'E:/Projects/Fragtbrevsrettelser/Fragtbrevsrettelser.Client/node_modules/aurelia-validation/dist/amd/aurelia-validation.js' }
The file its looking for is located inside Aurelia-Validation package :-|
smanaton
@smanaton
@SorenMuller you need to configure the modules in aurelia.json
Søren Müller
@SorenMuller
@smanaton Hi, I have added the two modules under "dependencies" in aurelia.json, do I need anything else ??
in aurelia.json
..
"dependencies": {
"aurelia-animator-css": "^1.0.0-rc.1.0.0",
"aurelia-bootstrapper": "^1.0.0-rc.1.0.0",
"aurelia-fetch-client": "^1.0.0-rc.1.0.0",
"aurelia-i18n": "^1.0.0-rc.1.0.0",
"aurelia-validation": "^0.10.0",
"aurelia-validatejs": "^0.6.0",
"bluebird": "^3.4.1"
},
smanaton
@smanaton
add a module declaration for validate-binding-behavior pointing to the amd folder
i cant find the exact declaration but i've seen it posted in this room a few times
add the following to aurelia.json
  {
    "name": "aurelia-validation",
    "path": "../node_modules/aurelia-validation/dist/amd",
    "main": "aurelia-validation"
  },
  {
    "name": "aurelia-validatejs",
    "path": "../node_modules/aurelia-validatejs/dist/amd",
    "main": "aurelia-validatejs"
  },
  {
    "name": "validate.js",
    "path": "../node_modules/validate.js/",
    "main": "validate"
  },
Tom Newby
@tomtomau
has anyone put together any interesting documentation around a file heirarchy they've found to be particularly effective in a large aurelia application?
Søren Müller
@SorenMuller
@smanaton @alsoicode Thx a million guys...
Just out of curiosity.. Shouldn't it be able resolve those files by it self.??
smanaton
@smanaton
@SorenMuller i'm sure it will do but the cli is still alpha
Søren Müller
@SorenMuller
@smanaton Ahh. ok.. Thx alot :-)