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iamlennym
@iamlennym
@zimudec Did you manage to find a simple example of an implementation of a Vue router with parasails?
bramu
@bramu_twitter
Hello need help
I am new to Sails and trying the find method from console and getting this error
sails> const object = Category.find({id: 1})
undefined
sails> object
[Deferred]
how to see the object contents
can someone help me with this?
even in controller when I try to access model I am getting the syntax error const category = await Category.find({id: 1});
const category = await Category.find({id: 1});
showing me this error
    const category = await Category.find({id: 1})
                           ^^^^^^^^
SyntaxError: Unexpected identifier
iamlennym
@iamlennym
Can anyone point me to a simple example of using the Vue router with parasailsjs? I could not find a lot of documentation on this.
Hamza
@hamzaOp
@bramu_twitter did you put the async keyword before the function ? async function(..) { ..... }
Thomas Lepérou
@tleperou
@iamlennym do you mean like this one? https://github.com/ndabAP/vue-sails-example
Marco Romano
@marcorom88_twitter
@tleperou with apache is possible if here on path different... I want start 2 server on https with same port for mantain same endpoint for continue working on app. Exist an alternative?
If app call domain.com/user and now with new server call domain.com:81/user, on app will not works
I found some about nginx, I try this solution
bramu
@bramu_twitter
@hamzaOp I have added that but still error seems coming
Hamza
@hamzaOp
@bramu_twitter same error ? can you give a snippet of the code ?
bramu
@bramu_twitter
all: async function(req, res) {
const category = await Category.find({id: 1});
return res.view('categories/all', {name: category.name});
}
this is all I am doing but when I try from console also its throwing the error
martskins
@martskins
@bramu_twitter what version of node are you running?
bramu
@bramu_twitter
8.6.0
node -v
v8.6.0
is it issue with node version
martskins
@martskins
no, it shouldn't be
it could be if you were using node < 6, but 8 should be ok
I can't say if console should work with async/await, but your controller definitely should
brookesb91
@brookesb91
@bramu_twitter I’ve had a similar issue - I had an issue with node running an older version
bramu
@bramu_twitter
oh
any work around can suggest I am unable to start the first, any sample project from where I can check the code?
brookesb91
@brookesb91
try nvm ls
paste what is output
if it’s not using the version you need .. use nvm use x.x
It’s odd - always runs that version in vs code but a separate terminal runs everything fine - it’s not a huge issue
you can nvm default x.x.x
sorry… nvm alias default x.x.x
This isn’t an issue with your code, it is mot likely your running node version.
bramu
@bramu_twitter
I am not using any nvm
nvm ls
-bash: nvm: command not found
Is there any way to generate model attributes data based on existing database table in MySQL?
brookesb91
@brookesb91
@bramu_twitter How does your Cateogry model look?
and are you able to show your whole controlelr code?
Controller*
bramu
@bramu_twitter

/**

module.exports = {

all: async function(req, res) {
    const category = await Category.find({id: 1});
    return res.view('categories/all', {name: category.name});
}

};

this is my complete category code
Ruben Verschuere
@VerschuereRuben_twitter
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Hi, I'm trying to install sails on a Ubuntu server. But I face thiserror
npm -v => 1.3.10
nodejs => 0.10.25
brookesb91
@brookesb91
@bramu_twitter has your model file been named Category.js (capitalized)