Where communities thrive


  • Join over 1.5M+ people
  • Join over 100K+ communities
  • Free without limits
  • Create your own community
People
Activity
  • Dec 06 2020 21:18

    zorbash on master

    Release installer version 0.9.2… (compare)

  • Dec 06 2020 21:16

    dependabot[bot] on npm_and_yarn

    (compare)

  • Dec 06 2020 21:16
    dependabot[bot] closed #134
  • Dec 06 2020 21:16
    dependabot[bot] edited #134
  • Dec 06 2020 21:16
    dependabot[bot] edited #134
  • Dec 06 2020 21:16

    zorbash on v0.9.2

    (compare)

  • Dec 06 2020 21:16

    zorbash on master

    Update for nodejs@14.15.1 and w… Update base dockerfile for node… Merge branch 'next' into master and 1 more (compare)

  • Dec 03 2020 23:45

    zorbash on next

    Update for nodejs@14.15.1 and w… (compare)

  • Dec 03 2020 21:59

    zorbash on master

    Fix fullscreen button z-index (compare)

  • Sep 03 2020 23:54

    dependabot[bot] on npm_and_yarn

    Bump node-sass from 3.13.1 to 4… (compare)

  • Sep 03 2020 23:54
    dependabot[bot] labeled #134
  • Sep 03 2020 23:54
    dependabot[bot] opened #134
  • Jul 12 2019 19:22
    kidneybeanred closed #133
  • Jul 12 2019 12:43

    zorbash on master

    Mention logo design in the READ… (compare)

  • Jul 11 2019 02:54
    kidneybeanred opened #133
  • Jul 04 2019 22:18

    zorbash on master

    Link to source for 1080 dashboa… (compare)

  • Jun 20 2019 21:51
    zorbash closed #113
  • Jun 20 2019 21:51

    zorbash on davejlong-patch-1

    (compare)

  • Jun 20 2019 21:51
    zorbash closed #124
  • Jun 19 2019 08:57
    zorbash closed #132
Dimitris Zorbas
@zorbash
Will try it later to verify that.
Alex Curtin
@alexcurtin
Hi Guys, How would I make a clickable link inside a widget?
Since the entire widget is movable/clickable is it even possible? say, to have a embed href="blah" inside the widget class "list"
Dimitris Zorbas
@zorbash
@alexcurtin there shouldn't be a problem with the fact that each widget is movable/clickable?
What have you tried already and didn't work?
Ramon Buckland
@rbuckland
Hi
It seems that mix kitto.new is not a valid command (I am just getting started - working through the README.md)
rbuckland@agria:~/projects/github.com/kittoframework/kitto ((v0.6.0-rc0))$ mix kitto.new
** (Mix) The task "kitto.new" could not be found. Did you mean "kitto.gen.widget"?
Ramon Buckland
@rbuckland
Solved that one :-)
mix archive.install https://github.com/kittoframework/archives/raw/master/kitto_new-0.6.0-rc0.ez
now .. next problem
$ mix kitto.new myspecial
** (Mix) Application name must start with a letter and have only lowercase letters, numbers and underscore, received: "myspecial"
seems to be the same issue with 0.5.2 and 0.6.0-rc0
Ramon Buckland
@rbuckland
seems to be an issue with Elixir or erlang or phoenix underlying-
phoenixframework/phoenix#2297
elixir-lang/elixir#6427
Ramon Buckland
@rbuckland
yes - staright down to a version issue.
I ended up building it inside a docker container (elixir:1.3.4) .. because my OSX machine now core dumps on all things mix (in my attempt to downgrade to erl 19
and elixir 1.3
Ramon Buckland
@rbuckland
Is there work being done for kitto to work with Erlang 20 and friends ? Have I missed something ?
Dimitris Zorbas
@zorbash
@rbuckland I'll update .travis.yml to start testing it against Erlang 20
Ramon Buckland
@rbuckland
Nice. Thanks @Zorbash
Almog Koren
@AlmogRnD
@Zorbash so I'm working on an existing app and wanted to know if I can use this inside my app for the main dashboard page, will it be able to load in my exiting UI and work out of the box if so how do I set this up?
Edouard Menayde
@edouardmenayde
Hi people, I'm interested in the inner working of kitto but I can't find the informations I'm looking for in the codebase or the code. My question being : are react widgets rendered on the server and then hydrated on the client ?
Dimitris Zorbas
@zorbash
@edouardmenayde the react widgets are rendered by the browser
They are updated server-sent events (https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/Server-sent_events) coming from the backend
Edouard Menayde
@edouardmenayde
Thank you for your answer ! That was my guess but I needed to be sure :-)
Simon Paitrault
@Freyskeyd
hello, I've some trouble to install node packages. It keeps crashing when trying to install node-gyp :x
Dimitris Zorbas
@zorbash
Hello @Freyskeyd what's your node / npm version and OS?
Simon Paitrault
@Freyskeyd
node: 4.3.1 / npm: 2.14.12 / Latest mac OSX
I've this error:

node-pre-gyp ERR! Tried to download(403): https://node-zopfli.s3.amazonaws.com/Release/zopfli-v1.4.0-node-v46-darwin-x64.tar.gz
node-pre-gyp ERR! Pre-built binaries not found for node-zopfli@1.4.0 and node@4.3.1 (node-v46 ABI, unknown) (falling back to source compile with node-gyp)
  CXX(target) Release/obj.target/zopfli/src/zopfli-binding.o
warning: include path for stdlibc++ headers not found; pass '-std=libc++' on the command line to use the libc++ standard library instead [-Wstdlibcxx-not-found]
In file included from ../src/zopfli-binding.cc:3:
In file included from ../src/zopfli-binding.h:5:
../node_modules/nan/nan.h:56:10: fatal error: 'algorithm' file not found
#include <algorithm>
         ^~~~~~~~~~~
1 warning and 1 error generated.
make: *** [Release/obj.target/zopfli/src/zopfli-binding.o] Error 1
Dimitris Zorbas
@zorbash
I can try to reproduce it, I've encountered issues with node-gyp in the past, but unfortunately there's no known cure
Meanwhile, if you have a node version manager on your system, you can try npm install on a more recent version of node / npm
Simon Paitrault
@Freyskeyd
i've tried and that the same story
Rik Hemsley
@rikkus
Hi! I'm having trouble getting this to run 'out of the box' and wondered if I should be using a particular version of node/npm before I start?
Ok, just found this: "engines": { "node": "4.3.1", "npm": "3.10.9"
Rik Hemsley
@rikkus

After install and generate, I do a mix kitto.server and get ```/Users/rhemsley/Code/scratch/sfd/node_modules/webpack-cli/bin/convert-argv.js:138
const webpackConfigurationValidationErrors = validateSchema(webpackConfigurationSchema, options);
^

TypeError: validateSchema is not a function
at processConfiguredOptions (/Users/rhemsley/Code/scratch/sfd/node_modules/webpack-cli/bin/convert-argv.js:138:48)
at module.exports (/Users/rhemsley/Code/scratch/sfd/node_modules/webpack-cli/bin/convert-argv.js:132:10)
at Object.<anonymous> (/Users/rhemsley/Code/scratch/sfd/node_modules/webpack-dev-server/bin/webpack-dev-server.js:92:55)
at Module._compile (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:778:30)
at Object.Module._extensions..js (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:789:10)
at Module.load (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:653:32)
at tryModuleLoad (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:593:12)
at Function.Module._load (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:585:3)
at Function.Module.runMain (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:831:12)
at startup (internal/bootstrap/node.js:283:19)```

Sorry, no idea why gitter didn't handle those quotes
node 10.x and npm 6.x here
So should I try to use nodeenv or similar to get the right environment? Or is there a dev branch or something where it works with more current node?
Dimitris Zorbas
@zorbash
Hi Rik
Rik Hemsley
@rikkus
Hi
Since I wrote here, I've tried the docker image too
Dimitris Zorbas
@zorbash
I do indeed have a local branch trying to make it work with the latest node
Rik Hemsley
@rikkus
Cool!
Dimitris Zorbas
@zorbash
Lots of packages need updating and unfortunately it quite painful
Hopefully I'll be able to complete this at some point
Rik Hemsley
@rikkus
The docker image starts up but dumps me in iex and I don't know how to make it run from there - I tried attaching to the docker container and running mix kitto.server but it fails to find a built webpack
I'd love to help but I don't have experience with node/npm etc I'm afraid
Dimitris Zorbas
@zorbash
I'm building again the demo dashboard with the official kitto docker image to verify that it still works
npm install is taking ages..
Rik Hemsley
@rikkus
It's very slow :)
I'm using 'smashing' for a while, to get the idea of how the system works
I know Ruby, so I can use it easily enough, but I prefer Elixir these days