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    Yossi Konstantinovsky
    @yossi-k
    Hi!
    I can't get your project running properly - everything builds, but web page stuck on Loading
    any idea on how to solve this?
    Borys H.N.
    @borysn
    Make sure you're using an up to date browser, ff or chrome. Then try again
    If you're still running into issues, open up console tools and check for errors.
    Brian Witte
    @bwiyy
    hello there
    getting stuck here after cloning project and doing a build
    Building 84% > :frontend:npm_run_start
    any ideas?
    Borys H.N.
    @borysn
    Just navigate to localhost:3000, the build won't finish out with runAll until both the frontend and backend servers stop running
    The command is mostly just for easy first time presentation. You'll probably want to check out the wiki for a better development experience
    levrun
    @eraskin
    Application has started working only on my Win7 only when I run before mentioned command via Mingw32(from git installation). CMD gave me a lot of NPM dependencies errors.
    Borys H.N.
    @borysn
    I don't test the app from Windows. Could be the webpack loaders. They need there own syntax for Windows, i know that. Give me a few days to examine.
    levrun
    @eraskin
    no worries, what do you recommend to start with? I know java and spring. But no knowledge of Angular or TypeScript. Which IDE you use and from where to start? What do you recommend?
    Borys H.N.
    @borysn
    I would start with atom editor (install typescript plugins), the angular.io quick start, and angular class with webpack
    levrun
    @eraskin
    thanks!
    Borys H.N.
    @borysn
    @eraskin looks like windows does not have issues with webpack loaders like I thought. I actually do not get any errors building and running from Windows console. Not sure about Mingw32.
    @eraskin you can open an issue on GitHub, and get me a log of your errors, I'll look through it
    Armin Naderi
    @naderi_armin_twitter
    Where does the project keep its Sass files? Should the Sass files be kept separate from the /static folder for Spring Boot and then compiled into the /static folder? The HTML would then reference the compiled main.css. What do you recommend? Thanks for reading.
    Borys H.N.
    @borysn
    v1. 1.0
    I'll be active on gitter for the project for the next few weeks. so get at me for questions