Thanks @ms-ati for proposing to create a chat room for React-Ionic #goodidea
Awesome! Thanks @pors. Very excited by this project -- I had been googling and googling for React + Ionic ;)
@ms-ati :smile: It takes a while for Google to pick it up I guess.
You mentioned you like might to contribute to the project. Let me know if you have ideas and/or time so we can discuss it. There is still plenty to do!
Charlie van de Kerkhof
Nice @pors well done
hey guys, it's only me or reactionic does not play well with meteor 1.3, react 15, and react-router 2.2.4 ? I'm getting a series of strange errors.
@renanccastro some of the dependencies are not ready for react 15, as soon as they are I'll release an update.
React router 2 support: looking into that. Meteor 1.3 should work fine
@pors thanks, I will wait. I will try to see something to help with that, too. With react router 2, the history is not used the same way it is used with kitchen-sink, it's imported through react-router package.
and other things, I'm actually getting this error:
uncaught Invariant Violation: traverseParentPath(...): Cannot traverse from and to the same ID, ``.
@renanccastro someone else offered to create a PR for this already, so it shouldn’t be too long before we will support v2 (I hope).
@renanccastro If you can look into React 15 support that would be awesome! I’ll be focussing on documentation for the coming week before issueing the first release.
@/all anyone else wanting to contribute, please have a look at the open issues and place a comment where you want to help out. @gabrielseco is working on an example app, but a second very simple app (like the Meteor todo tutorial app) is also very welcome.
@pors wondering if you can help me understand, what sets the default active IonTab in the IonTabs element? The kitchen sink demo shows the first IonTab as active on page load, but when I try to make the entire app using IonTabs, there is never a default selected on load.
@BryceEWatson it uses a React-Router feature: activeClassName=“active”. So the active class is added to the tab that is currently selected
It should work out of the box (if you have an active class that distinguishes itself from the normal tab class)
If you can’t get it to work, please create an issue on github with some code or link to a repo
Charlie van de Kerkhof
Working on getting reactionic and the kitchensink demo up to date to React 15 (#28)
@pors am I a contributor now? Does that mean that I can directly commit to your repo?
Yes you are, but please use a fork and PR anyway. Makes things a bit more clear