document.title <- "my new title"
module Cmd = open Browser open Elmish let delay (time:System.TimeSpan) cmd : Cmd<_> = let invoke dispatch = cmd |> List.iter (fun f -> f dispatch) [ fun dispatch -> window.setTimeout(invoke, (int time.TotalMilliseconds), dispatch) |> ignore ]
Compile Includein the fsproj
allFiles: truein my
babel-plugin-file-loaderpackage that ought to do it
I don't think and I if someone does I think it will end up creating conflict.
Indeed, both project are using the same class and you will end up with a mix of style. I suppose try to add a div wrapper to isolte which framework to use when but not sure if this will work.
<div class="use-bulma"><div class="button">I am a button styled with Bulma</div></div> <div class="use-bootstrap"><div class="button">I am a button styled with Bootstrap</div></div>
Or use CSS modules but I don't know them enough to say how to set them up.