The idea is to give you enough pattern matching to get started on the browser
You need to use something like webpack to use it
I’m using it with React to great affect
Oops! Wrong Bord
@mcdonnelldean but interesting nether the less :)
@mcdonnelldean what is this room for compared to senecajs/Seneca?
@SteveALee I believe this is the old room and there trying to move everyone to the new room senecajs/Seneca
@combsco thanks, that makes sense.
@combsco yes for that level of dynamic behaviour you would need a custom store
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what’s the appropriate way of responding from a seneca.add() service with a pdf (application/pdf)?
I would reply with a URI or reference on where to download the pdf from
@fourq there is also a #senecajs/seneca channel which is more active
Can make service search data by Seneca ? recommendation or referral ?
Hey guys! I'm just working my way through the "get-started" part. I have some big projects I'd like to convert to mostly seneca microservices but my impression is that there were some breaking changes over the last couple of months. I've read some issues of yours (nearForm) about creating new getting-started documents and I'm curious about whether you'd appreciate some help :). My way of saying hello!