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    elm inspired HTTP API Merge pull request #8 from batt… (compare)

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Leif Battermann
@battermann
This would be cool, too: https://47deg.github.io/sbt-microsites/ or something of the like
Julien Richard-Foy
@julienrf
indeed, I prefer having a dedicated documentation website than a readme
I’m not a big fan of sbt-microsites though
Leif Battermann
@battermann
@salc2 how did you do the squash on your PR? I tried git rebase -i <after_this_commit> and replaced pick with squash. But that didn't work out. I had to pull and merge before I could push, and after that the old history popped up again.
Ah, it's git push --force, right?
Julien Richard-Foy
@julienrf
you run git rebase -i master you replace pick with f (or fixup), except for the first commit, and then do a git push --force, or a git push <your_fork> feature/http_api:feature/http_api-squashed if you don’t want to push force.
Leif Battermann
@battermann
I get a merge conflict. I have to look at it carefully when I have more time.
Leif Battermann
@battermann
few, I think, I managed to successfully squash... after I went through a merging hell ;-) (not sure if I did it right, the result looks right, though)
Javier Salcedo
@salc2
@battermann hey sorry for the late response. Yes this rebase thing is the hell lol.
The truth is a screwed it up... so I had to create another branch haha
I wonder how could we achieve the feature "Merge and Squash" which have some repos?
Btw. What do you guys think about raquo comment in julienrf/scalm#11
Is really neccesary a complete html third party library?
Julien Richard-Foy
@julienrf
I think we should at least support all tag names
supporting all attributes requires more work
Javier Salcedo
@salc2
OK, so a third party library like scalatags or this that "raquo" suggested is no really necessary right?
Julien Richard-Foy
@julienrf
why not if they save us some work, but no it is not necessary. That being said it’s probably subjective but I don’t like the fact that scalatags and scala-dom-types mix attributes and children elements in the same parameters list
Javier Salcedo
@salc2
makes sense
Leif Battermann
@battermann
@julienrf When are you going to publish a new release?
Julien Richard-Foy
@julienrf
No precise plan actually…
I can publish an RC2 with the cool HTTP thing
Leif Battermann
@battermann
I could use it in current project, where I reimplemented the HTTP stuff, it would be nice to be able to reduce our source code, though. But no hurry, really.
Julien Richard-Foy
@julienrf
What do you need for a 1.0.0 ?
Leif Battermann
@battermann
really not much more so far. I’ve implemented a few more HTML tags, but this is marginal
Leif Battermann
@battermann
a small PR for input fields: julienrf/scalm#12
Leif Battermann
@battermann
@julienrf Have you ever tried to build pagination with scalm?
I can build it from scratch. Though I’m not sure whether I could reuse some stuff, maybe use a scala js lib for that, but I don’t know how that integrates with the elm arch?
What would be your approach?
Julien Richard-Foy
@julienrf
No I haven’t!
Actually I don’t even know JS libraries that do that
To my experience pagination is hard to implement in a generic way
Leif Battermann
@battermann
AFAIK
... if the web service implements the right protocol like e.g. OData, there out of the box client solutions.
So in scalm you would implement it from scratch?
Julien Richard-Foy
@julienrf
oh, it’s the first time I hear about OData, that looks interesting
I don’t have a precise answer for your question
if it’s valuable for you to reuse an existing JS lib, it can be wrapped in a scalm component
otherwise you could implement your OData consumer directly in scalm
Manuel Leduc
@manuelleduc
hi there
I'm trying to run the "Counter" example, directly from Intellij
The code compiles but fails at runtime with Exception in thread "main" java.lang.Error: stub
Julien Richard-Foy
@julienrf
Hello, these are web apps, I’m not sure what you mean by “running directly from intellij”
Manuel Leduc
@manuelleduc
I have no experience with scala-js so I am probably not doing something right :)
and but running it, I mean "right click -> run TestCounter"
Julien Richard-Foy
@julienrf
These programs are intended to be run from a web browser
Manuel Leduc
@manuelleduc
awesome, that was the missing part, thanks
Leif Battermann
@battermann
My original idea was that commands are pure serializable data structures and that you pass an interpreter to the runtime implementation.
What do you think about that?
@julienrf remember that? It's kind of what I did here: https://github.com/battermann/pureapp