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Heath Morrison
@doublemarked
hmm
drmikecrowe
@drmikecrowe
I mean, unless I'm blind, I don't see what I'm doing wrong
Heath Morrison
@doublemarked
I feel like body is not the right source type…I think it specifically refers to the entire body
can you try changing both of those to form ?
drmikecrowe
@drmikecrowe
@doublemarked doh, that was it, thanks
Heath Morrison
@doublemarked
great!
:D
drmikecrowe
@drmikecrowe
Hey, how do you filter by an array that is not empty?
Pulkit Singhal
@pulkitsinghal

can anyone help me out with this for loopback?

1) Can I monitor how many requests/second are currently being fielded on average and what's the peak load? 
2) Can I monitor and determine which are the longest running requests? 
3) Once I start ... can I monitor and determine, if my loopback server ever crashed or hung for a while ... as the incoming requests either queued-up or got rejected due to timeout, at its gates? 
4) Can I monitor and determine: On average how long does a request/response take? 200ms, 5 seconds? 
5) I'm using only a single process right now but if I were to switch to using 2 cores ... can I dedicate one of the loopback processes to handle the longer running requests only or maybe round robin between the them? Idea is to keep serving the short-lived API requests no matter what and leaving the longer ones with fewer cores/processes to handle them.

cc @doublemarked

drmikecrowe
@drmikecrowe
@doublemarked quick q -- have you done anything extensive with role/mapping? I'm trying to implement row/object level security using Roles/RoleMapping, looking for some guidance
Heath Morrison
@doublemarked
Hey guys - I’ve updated the loopback-console to include a few fixes (promise resolution fixed, in particular!) and to substantially improve the documentation. Would you guys mind giving it a look over and letting me know how it looks now? https://github.com/GovRight/loopback-console
Pulkit Singhal
@pulkitsinghal
@doublemarked - will do it as soon as i get a chance
yes much better! even at a glance i could tell it was awesome
Heath Morrison
@doublemarked
:D
Pulkit Singhal
@pulkitsinghal
i will need to test the fixes before reporting back
Heath Morrison
@doublemarked
ok! ty
Pulkit Singhal
@pulkitsinghal
video +1
i'm drooling over it
Heath Morrison
@doublemarked
The Promise fix also makes the whole thing work much better.
as you can see from the video
Bram Borggreve
@beeman
@doublemarked that loopback-console looks very nice!
It might be an idea to integrate it with 'vantage'
I've added a basic integration here https://github.com/beeman/loopback-vantage
Pulkit Singhal
@pulkitsinghal
Wow vantage seems cool, need to learn more about it
Bram Borggreve
@beeman
I think the combination of vantage and loopback-console can be very powerful
Naitik Soni
@naitik211
Hello, I am new to the loopback. Can any one suggest how to create relationship of models? I am facing issues in API while using mongoDb. Appreciate your help. Thanks
Pulkit Singhal
@pulkitsinghal
@naitik211 - if you want to go through a simple exercise that takes you through the basics of relationships in loopback, please go through this: https://github.com/strongloop/loopback-example-access-control
its not going to cover everything but its a start
Naitik Soni
@naitik211
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Wasim Thabraze
@waseem18
Hi everyone
Can I be a part of this organization?
I have developed a couple of applications using loopback and looking forward to improve myself and contribute to open source
as a part of the loopbackers org
:)
Heath Morrison
@doublemarked
@waseem18 sure, why not ;)
Wasim Thabraze
@waseem18
How do I start contributing to this community?
@doublemarked
Pulkit Singhal
@pulkitsinghal
Hey Wasim, you could share simple examples or How-TOs
There is no set way to contribute
Beeman has a repo that he manages that offers dashboard and user management
Doublemarked has a repo he manages that gives a loopback-console
I have a repo that I manage for Elasticsearch connector with help of some coworkers
We help out in chatrooms when we can
I think all of us wanted to get together and host Q&A sessions regularly ... over google hangouts ... and keep the recordings on YouTube for people to watch later ... but due to large time differences it only happened once
Now we are all on our own ... sort of
I have recently tried to write something comprehensive like http://training.shoppinpal.com but again it's a one-sided effort and not something where we collaborated as "loopbackers"
@waseem18 ☝️
Pulkit Singhal
@pulkitsinghal
The person behind the whole effort Rares Golea may have moved on so maybe the momentum died down
you can read the historical chat messages in this chat room to get a general idea of how things unfolded