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postmodern
@postmodern:matrix.org
[m]
Appears Gitter.im is down. Wondering if that's going to cause projects to consider moving to Discord, Element, or Slack?
erthad
@erthad:matrix.org
[m]
Hi, where do partials take context from? What I need exactly is iterate over an array in a template and use partial to render the individual element with context inside that cycle. How do I do that? I didn't find any references to that in docs but only to using partials on their own.
erthad
@erthad:matrix.org
[m]
How do I get the id for foreign key without calling find on that association? I have video belong to location. If I call video.find(id) I get both .location and .location_id to be nil and I can't do a consecutive location.find because of that. How do I do this?
1 reply
I don't use aggregated call for that because I need to extract info from 2 associations and apparently you can't do 2 calls like aggregate(:location).where(id: id).map_to(Video).one in a single call — one of them doesn't seem to update parent object. or am I doing something wrong with this?
class VideoRepository < Hanami::Repository
  associations do
    belongs_to :location
    has_one :video_info
  end

  def find_with_location(id)
    aggregate(:location).where(id: id).map_to(Video).one
  end

  def find_with_info(id)
    aggregate(:video_info).where(id: id).map_to(Video).one
  end

  def find_with_info_and_location(id)   # this function doesn't populate location nor location_id
    aggregate(:location).where(id: id).map_to(Video).one
    aggregate(:video_info).where(id: id).map_to(Video).one
  end
end

Hanami::Model.migration do
  change do
    create_table :videos do
      primary_key :id

      foreign_key :location_id, :locations, null: false
    end
  end
end

Hanami::Model.migration do
  change do
    create_table :locations do
      primary_key :id
    end
  end
end

Hanami::Model.migration do
  change do
    create_table :video_infos do
      primary_key :id

      foreign_key :video_id, :videos, null: false, on_delete: :cascade
    end
  end
end
glemin5011
@glemin5011

Hi everyone, first time here and with a question! I am trying to integrate Webpack (with Babel) for react using the hanami-webpack and hanami-assets gem, but I got into some trouble with import statements.

In my application.html.erb file, i use the <%= javascript 'index' %> helper that points to my index.js file in assets, which works fine when it's pure Javascript and does not have any import statements. However, when i try to import React, it throws an error: "Uncaught SyntaxError: Cannot use import statement outside a module"

One of the solutions i found online is to put "type"="module" to package.json to ensure that all .js files are seen as modules and not CommonJS - I tried doing it, but it lead to another error with my Webpack.config.js file, which is using 'require' instead of import. I changed the file extension to Webpack.config.cjs, which resolved the error the server was throwing, but I am still stuck with 'Cannot use import statement outside of module'

Does anyone know how to solve this? Is there a good example of how to integrate React with Hanami? Thanks!

3 replies
glemin5011
@glemin5011

Hey everyone, hope you are enjoying your holidays - just fyi, after several days of tinkering with trying to integrate React as the frontend with Hanami, I came up with a basic setup that I am hoping is useful to see for anyone who is new and would like to do the same thing - I gave up on Webpack because it was unnecessarily complicated, could not get hot reload to work and the compile times were pretty long - so I used ESbuild instead. Here is a repo with a template you can use: https://github.com/glemin5011/react_on_hanami

Just be aware that it does not have any installer or anything, so things such as .env files etc. are not really transferrable to new projects - this repo is more of a demo / guide

Edit: This is for Hanami v1.3.5

Sebastjan Hribar
@sebastjan-hribar

Hey, I have this code in the views/application.rb:

def current_user_roles
      UserRepository.new.find(session[:current_user]).roles
 end

where the current_user is the user's ID. However, the view has no access to the session. How can I bypass this? The use case is limiting the displayed items as per user roles.

Sebastjan Hribar
@sebastjan-hribar
RE my question above: apps\web\views\application_layout.rb has access to session and other apps like apps\myApp\views\application_layout.rb don't. Why is that?
Sebastjan Hribar
@sebastjan-hribar
I've fixed it my making a helper module accessible to all top views.
Sebastjan Hribar
@sebastjan-hribar
I've just released Rokku 0.7.0. We found a bug when using policies for controllers with the same name. This is now fixed. I've also prepared a short blog post on the use with Hanami 1.3.
Daniel Mircea
@viseztrance
Hi. Could anyone give me a rough estimate of when we'll see version 2 beta / rc released? I'm sure this gets asked a lot but I didn't find any timetable aside from a trello board.
2 replies
Aestimo
@iamaestimo
Is anyone having an issue running bundle when working with the hanami 2 template...for some reason, mine is stuck and does not process beyond this point (ongoing now for over half an hour)
...
Running bundle install - this may take a few minutes
Fetching gem metadata from https://rubygems.org/.........
Fetching https://github.com/hanami/hanami.git
`
Aestimo
@iamaestimo

Hey Hanami experts, I've just cloned the template repo for Hanami 2, followed the steps for setting up, but when it came time to setup a new migration, I ran into the following error:

`method_missing': undefined method `session_secret' for #<Hanami::Application::Settings:0x000055af322964b8 @config=#<Dry::Configurable::Config values={}>> (NoMethodError)

What could I be doing wrong?

Hey Hanami experts, I've just cloned the template repo for Hanami 2, followed the steps for setting up, but when it came time to setup a new migration, I ran into the following error:

`method_missing': undefined method `session_secret' for #<Hanami::Application::Settings:0x000055af322964b8 @config=#<Dry::Configurable::Config values={}>> (NoMethodError)

What could I be doing wrong?

By the way, I've already setup a secret string in the .env file

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divjot124
@divjot124
hi,can anyone tell me detail reason why hanami has simple code and uses less memory.need it for proof of concept
2 replies
divjot124
@divjot124
hi,could you all tell me some great features that hanami is missing in comparison to rails.
2 replies
Sebastjan Hribar
@sebastjan-hribar
Hi all, I've just posted a question about deployment and hosting services. I'd really appreciate any advise on the topic.
Sebastjan Hribar
@sebastjan-hribar
Hi, I've enabled logging in production and when I pass the stream option I get this error: /usr/local/bundle/gems/http_router-0.11.2/lib/http_router/request.rb:10: warning: URI.unescape is obsolete.
4 replies
It was already reported by @jodosha: joshbuddy/http_router#44. Can I still use this feature, asking more from a performance point of view. The logs get written ok.
Sebastjan Hribar
@sebastjan-hribar

Hi, I've encountered another issue when deploying to production. I'm deploying with docker on client's server and I have bundle exec hanami assets precompile in my docker compose right before starting the server. However, not all assets are in the publicfolder.

If I run precompile before the build and don't run precompile with compose then I get the Internal Server Error.
If I run precompile in a running container the assets are again not served.

I have the option to serve static assets set to true in my .env.production.
As per usual, what am I doing wrong?

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Sebastjan Hribar
@sebastjan-hribar
I have another matter to tackle, how do I go about running a raw sql query in my rake task? I need to create a pg extension. I can't do it in my compose file because the DB doesn't exist at that point. So my next thought was a separate rake task.
Sebastjan Hribar
@sebastjan-hribar
I ended up doing this in a migration:
Hanami::Model.migration do
  change do
    execute 'CREATE EXTENSION IF NOT EXISTS "pg_trgm"'
  end
end
Jin Feng Xie
@FLemon
Hi, am wondering any one has experience in migrating project from using hanami::model to ROM(standalone) ?
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ume-san
@ume-san:matrix.org
[m]
Do you think for which of the following use case Hanami 2.0 alpha 6 can be used?
I am really expecting a lot from Hanami 2.0 and I am willing to use it right now. Do you think I can use it for 4 now?
  1. For a personal use (where service can be stopped for a week)
  2. For a community with known people (where service can be stopped for one day)
  3. For a within-company communication tool (where service can be stopped after work)
  4. For a large community with unknown people (where service can be stopped for a few hours)
  5. For a service to customers (where service should not be stopped)
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ume-san
@ume-san:matrix.org
[m]
My concern is whether Hanami 2.0 updates are what Hanami 2.0 users can follow. Is there any way for Hanami users to follow API changes and directory structure changes? But some people are already using V2 for production apps, which means my concerns are just concerns.
Sebastjan Hribar
@sebastjan-hribar

Is it possible to have raw sql like this:

  def find_by_segment_match(source_text_for_lookup, source_lang)
    segments
      .read("set pg_trgm.similarity_threshold TO 0.4;
      SELECT *, SIMILARITY(segments.content, '#{source_text_for_lookup}') AS similarity
      FROM segments
      JOIN translation_records
      ON segments.id = translation_records.source_segment_id
      LEFT JOIN segments AS target_segments
      ON translation_records.target_segment_id = target_segments.id
      WHERE segments.language_id = #{source_lang} AND segments.content % '#{source_text_for_lookup}'
      ORDER BY segments.content <-> '#{source_text_for_lookup}';").map_to(Segment)
  end

and to map it to a entity, in my case Segment. I wanted to use raw sql since I have trouble implementing the LEFT JOIN with Hanami.

lovelymono
@lovelymono:matrix.org
[m]
Uhm, hi!
How do you go about installing Hanami 2 using gem?
Brandon Weaver
@baweaver

Ohai. One thing that I was always tempted to try for Rails was making a lighter-weight RuboCop AST code migration tool to automate most of the upgrades for folks.

Would that be of much interest here?

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Brandon Weaver
@baweaver:matrix.org
[m]
Ok, trying out Matrix instead of a web tab which I'll lose track of.
Brandon Weaver
@baweaver:matrix.org
[m]
(Speaking of, up for any advice on managing n+1 chat apps between Discord, Slack, Matrix, etc etc)
KOW
@kowfm_twitter
Hey friends. Is Hanami suitable for apis? I was pointed to use https://github.com/hanami/api on Twitter but I'm not sure if this is an addon to hanami or a replacement.
9 replies
KOW
@kowfm_twitter
I have a question. How do you reset the database in the test environment? I've run into a situation where subsequent tests written while following the tutorials fail because of a Unique constraint on a table.
1 reply
Sebastjan Hribar
@sebastjan-hribar
Regarding my above question of mapping to another entity, I've posted a bit more detailed use case and problem description here: https://discourse.hanamirb.org/t/complex-joins-and-raw-sql-query-problem/687/2. Could someone check and confirm that I'm doing something wrong or is this an issue to report? In short, I need to map a query result to another entity or a Dry::Struct.
Sebastjan Hribar
@sebastjan-hribar
Just found this workaround: I setup a placeholder entity with a repo and read the raw sql there. It's a prototype so I'll post my answer when I have it fully working.
Paul Sadauskas
@paul
Where does Rack middleware get added in Hanami 2? (specifically omniauth)
1 reply
Joel AZEMAR
@joel
Hi folks! Is there a simple way to get the Guide 2.0 other than through the pending PRs https://github.com/hanami/guides/pulls? Thanks 🙏
Sebastjan Hribar
@sebastjan-hribar

Hi , I've ran this migration, which completed without errors, but when I run the server below:

Hanami::Model.migration do
  change do
    alter_table :segments do
    add_column :ts_content1, :tsvector, generated_always_as: [to_tsvector: [:simple, :content]]
    end
  end
end

Error:

Hanami::Model::Error: missing attributes in ROM::Relation::Name(segments) schema: :ts_content1

How can I debug this?

Sebastjan Hribar
@sebastjan-hribar
Basically, I can't use inferred schema and I can't use custom schema, since tsvector is not supported data type. Any way around this?
It's frustrating since we're loosing on performance.
Tim Chou
@timzzzhou_gitlab
Hi, I have a question about puma server. How to configure Puma for a Hanami Application? I use docker container for ruby services and run these services on AWS ECS for production.
1 reply
ippachi
@ippachi
@timzzzhou_gitlab
I using Hanami with puma in production.
In my case, I added puma Gemfile and create puma.rb normally, and CMD ["bundle", "exec", "puma"].
1 reply
Dino Koutrouzas
@dino-koutrouzas

Hi all. I am wondering if anyone has done/is doing application-level encryption à la Active Record Encryption https://guides.rubyonrails.org/active_record_encryption.html

I am looking to add most of the feature set of AR Encryption to our application.

1 reply
Seb Wilgosz
@swilgosz
Hi all, just in case you are interested, I have added source code links to all my Hanami Mastery episodes. You may access Hanami 2 example applications easily directly from any related article. Feel free to check it out! https://hanamimastery.com/episodes
Bucky Wolfe
@Igneous
Has anyone tried to use hanami new to create an app name with a period in it? The scaffolder seems to create everything as expected, but require_relative bars because ../lib/whatever.whatever has a period in the path
Hannes Elvemyr
@ehannes

Hi!

I'm having Content Security Policy problems with the Hanami 2 template project. Anyone here that could give a hint on what's wrong? :)

I'm trying to getting started with Hanami. We're hopefully going to use it in a new client project soon so we thought we should have a go and see if we can get it up and running.

I'm using a quite recent version of the Hanami 2 template https://github.com/hanami/hanami-2-application-template. I have a slightly different tool set than the one suggested in the readme. So I'm starting the project with the following:

./bin/install hello_hanami
yarn
yarn run start
# in another shell
bundle exec guard --no-notify --no-interactions

The asset server is up and running at localhost:8080. The application server is also up at port 3000 and displays correct content, but it doesn't load any assets. I get errors regarding the Content Security Policy:

Content Security Policy: The page’s settings blocked the loading of a resource at inline (“default-src”).
Content Security Policy: The page’s settings blocked the loading of a resource at inline (“script-src”).
Content Security Policy: The page’s settings blocked the loading of a resource at http://localhost:8080/assets/main/public.css (“default-src”).
Content Security Policy: The page’s settings blocked the loading of a resource at http://localhost:8080/assets/main/public.js (“default-src”).
Content Security Policy: The page’s settings blocked the loading of a resource at http://localhost:3000/favicon.ico (“default-src”).
3 replies
Olaoluwa Afolabi
@AfolabiOlaoluwa
Hi, I am trying to use Hanami for a production-based API solution. I would like to know if there is any template for API? Something like the web version https://github.com/hanami/hanami-2-application-template. Or are there any thorough resources you want to point me to regarding making API with Hanami?
9 replies
Damian C. Rossney
@dcr8898_gitlab
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The Stack Overflow developer survey is open. Feel free to bump Hanami! 😎
https://stackoverflow.blog/2022/05/11/stack-overflow-2022-developer-survey-is-open/.