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  • May 09 2017 16:18

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    Removing fonts needed by < IE9 … Shorten ids again Fix scroll lock, bugs, tests (compare)

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Matt
@matthopson
:point_up: may not be quite what you had in mind, but did find a bug none the less.
Jacob Wright
@jacwright
I made some chip fixes that should have made that work.
Matt
@matthopson
Hmm
Jacob Wright
@jacwright
I’m checking on it
Matt
@matthopson
Where does it pull the projectId down?
Jacob Wright
@jacwright
In the HTML, it has {project-id}=“params.projectId”
Matt
@matthopson
doh
It's not in project.html
Jacob Wright
@jacwright
still working through kinks in the routing since we’re doing it differently. We still have the option to going back to a routes.js file or some other method of routing.
index.html
see the element with [route]
Matt
@matthopson
heh.. yes.
I'm still learning how to computer
Jacob Wright
@jacwright
maybe a routes.js file is more intuitive. I’m still weighing the solution
what do you think?
Matt
@matthopson
Yeah.. maybe.
I really like the idea of being progressive with it
Jacob Wright
@jacwright
Yeah, I’m not getting a bug there. I did rm -r node_modules && npm install and it’s all working.
just need to npm update to get the bug fixes
Matt
@matthopson
I'd just done that, but maybe I barely missed the fix :P
Jacob Wright
@jacwright
sorry about that.
agree with being progressive. Finding a great solution is my priority, even if it isn’t standard.
great for the programmer, not for the framework builder
Matt
@matthopson
heh
Jacob Wright
@jacwright
Do you think mobile-first with dabble would be a good or bad idea?
Many young writers write their content on https://www.wattpad.com/getmobile
Matt
@matthopson
Speaking as someone who's converted a number of sites to responsive - I'd say pick whatever makes the most sense for getting it going
I've rarely hit a problem I couldn't solve
BUT. It definitely helps to be smart when designing it
Jacob Wright
@jacwright
you’re saying it isn’t a problem to convert later?
Matt
@matthopson
Not usually in my experience..
but I'm kinda stubborn
Jacob Wright
@jacwright
#19
Jacob Wright
@jacwright
#20
Jacob Wright
@jacwright
jacwright/dabble#23 discussion about plugins, what they are and what they provide.
Tyler Wright
@xtyler
cool!
I have some questions :)
Matt
@matthopson
Don't wanna fill that github issue with useless thoughts. If we had a hosted version of the app or the plugins this could be a paid feature to cover the costs of the hosting / CDN.
Self hosted could do whatever they wanted for free or whatever regarding plugins and hosting
Er modules.
Jacob Wright
@jacwright
So that’s cool that gitter automatically updated the channel for us
I transfered ownership to dabblewriter and now it has the logo and everything at the top.
Matt
@matthopson
I noticed that!
Jacob Wright
@jacwright
There are two types of extension we could consider.
  1. simply a modular approach to application building, where we create modules that allow creating new and different products based off of the original. The use-case for this is creating different focused products, like IntelliJ. There is Webstorm, AppCode, RubyMine, etc. all based off of IntelliJ.
  2. user-added extensions that provide extra functionality on a user-by-user basis. This use-case is a user adding functionality to their product that they want but other users may not want it.
The intellij comparison is a good one in this case.
They have the different products as well as plugins on top of it.
I feel like making the core extensible with modules it gives more people reason to contribute and expand the ecosystem. We’re not pigeon-holing into a novel writer. But we’re also not making a novel writer (my original goal) cluttered with the ability to create scientific papers.
Jacob Wright
@jacwright
In the 2nd use-case we could provide a CDN with published plugins (lets call them plugins) or we could piggy-back off of github or npm. Allow plugin authors to list their plugins in a dabble/dabble-plugins repo with pull requests. And then require a certain tagging scheme and deploy or something.
Something we can figure out down the road. Right now I want 2 things. A base dabble product that can add folders and files however you see fit (like scrivener). And a novel module that makes dabble a novel writer like the alpha shows. Then we can start to fill out the module support.
what are your thoughts?