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  • Oct 04 2018 12:19

    catmando on noreset

    initial commit refactoring now (compare)

  • Oct 01 2018 13:19

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    Hyperloop point to master for JS (compare)

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    Hyperloop 0.99.1 (compare)

  • Sep 08 2018 00:40

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    got tests passing again Gemfiles point to released gems (compare)

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    Move the libv8 to running depen… Remove webdriver Remove empty helper (compare)

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Barrie Hadfield
@barriehadfield
its a fantastic video - the best one you have done so far
Mitch VanDuyn
@catmando
thanks...
Barrie Hadfield
@barriehadfield
Ryan Bates v2
Mitch VanDuyn
@catmando
:-)
Mitch VanDuyn
@catmando
what I think is odd about reddit which I guess is a standard problem, is that people down vote you without saying why. We are running about 10% down votes, and not person has said why.
Barrie Hadfield
@barriehadfield
drive by shooters
Mitch VanDuyn
@catmando
I guess it makes sense that there is a small segment of population that "self selects" to hang out on some place like reddit, and get their jollies, down voting stuff, and being grumpy.
just weird how people choose to spend to use the precious 80 years they have on this earth.
Barrie Hadfield
@barriehadfield
well, some things you just don’t need to understand
Anyway, im off to bed - docs to finish in the early morning… thanks for doing that post @catmando - its really great work! Gnight
benburkle
@benburkle
Does anyone have instructions or advice on adding hyperstack to an existing rails app?
Barrie Hadfield
@barriehadfield
@benburkle I can help you with that...
Actually, we need docs for that, so in helping you wit that we can work on the docs to overcome any issues you face and questions you have during the process
BUT - the good news is - its easy! :-) You can start small (by just adding some Components) and you can evolve parts of your application over time - yiou will find it hard to want to stay in a non-Hyperstack world once your going though… (ie health warning - this is addictive)
Michail!
@mpantel
@benburkle @barriehadfield in my case I started I diffed my application with the one that comes from the generator which points out the necessary changes and additions. There are mostly additions...
Barrie Hadfield
@barriehadfield
@mpantel you are 100% right, there is an additional consideration if the Rails app is a traditional MVC, you might want to add Components to existing Rails views and then buildup from there - there is a Rails view helper method (which I cannot remember at the moment) which does this
benburkle
@benburkle
@mpantel @barriehadfield Thanks for the info! I will keep you posted, but it will be sporadic, since I don’t have much time each day. I walked through the install file and did each step manually and was mostly successful. I’ll do the compare suggested next. I kept a list of issues, which are Webpack and old Rails app cruft related. Right now, foreman starts the web server (switched from puma to make transition easier. Will switch back later.) landing page works!When I login the page hangs for a while loading , then gets an error on /hyperstack/models/application_record.rb on the require line. Feeling good that it’s really close after an hour’s work. I do have a warning about no route for /cap-violation-report-endpoint. In fumbling around, I added a content security policy file with a policy.connect_src line. Maybe someone could suggest some links for reading up on the underlying technologies used?
Barrie Hadfield
@barriehadfield
@benburkle the /hyperstack/models/application_record.rb issue is an odd one. I have found that I have to include it there and not again in my app/models folder - for me, duplicating it in development mode is fine but I get an issue when deploying to Heroku is there is a duplicate. My version looks like:
# /hyperstack/models/application_record.rb
class ApplicationRecord < ActiveRecord::Base
  self.abstract_class = true
  regulate_scope all: true
end
Barrie Hadfield
@barriehadfield
From the underlying technologies, these are the ones to know about:
Mitch VanDuyn
@catmando
@benburkle can you push your repo as it was before you started the conversion? I am trying to get the installer working again (not the template) and need examples...
if you can't I'll let you know when I have an updated installer and you can try
benburkle
@benburkle
@barriehadfield Thanks! @catmando I’m sorry, but it’s a private repo for a business. Yeah, I followed hyperstack/install/rails-webpacker.rb (template). I’d be happy to test the installer when you have that.
Mitch VanDuyn
@catmando
Great...
Mitch VanDuyn
@catmando
@barriehadfield This question got raised on SO: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/55539944/higher-order-components-in-hyperstack. Its quite a good question, and you might want to put something like this in the MUI example. Also we should put together our own gem that uses this https://github.com/cssinjs/jss but in Hyperstack style.
Siksel
@Siksel
I'm so close to getting the project up on Docker. I got it working without live updates, and in trying to fix that I'm getting this error:
00:23:41 web.1  | ActionController::InvalidCrossOriginRequest (Security warning: an embedded <script> tag on another site requested protected JavaScript. If you know what you're doing, go ahead and disable forgery protection on this action to permit cross-origin JavaScript embedding.):
Anyone gotten this or know the right way to fix it?
Mitch VanDuyn
@catmando
hyperstack uses standard actioncable no tricks, so you should be able to search for issues around docker and actioncable.
Meanwhile give yourself some hope by switching the transport to simple_poller.
# initializers/hyperstack.rb
Hyperstack.config do |config|
  config.transport = :simple_poller  # it aint elegant but it almost always works
  ...
end
moe
@m-o-e
@catmando small meta-question: how would you feel about moving the project chat to Slack?
there's a wealth of information in here which Gitter unfortunately makes very hard
to search, save for later, link to or cross-reference. as a newbie i'd love to browse some past conversations, search for errors that i may encounter etc. - but the lack of threading alone makes that a frustrating endeavour.
Siksel
@Siksel
++ to that
Mitch VanDuyn
@catmando
I’m good with it. I think @barriehadfield was going to instigate that too
Barrie Hadfield
@barriehadfield
Slack +1
@/all does anyone have a good reason to NOT go to Slack?
Donovan Keme
@digitalextremist
Came here to say... Slack ... with love from FaaStRuby
Siksel
@Siksel
Not to mention we could set up different channels for things like first-time-setup, feature requests, direction for the project, etc
moe
@m-o-e
and i could add a +1 emote instead of having to write ++ here :D
(+1 to having channels)
Barrie Hadfield
@barriehadfield
@digitalextremist @Siksel @m-o-e - thanks very much, I have been seeing how active your channel is. :thumbsup:
Nick Johnstone
@Widdershin
Reasons against slack: it’s not externally visible, have to sign up to even view chat. Hard to link to messages from the outside as a result.
history rationale only works out if someone will actually pay for it
Additionally they’ve actively discouraged the use of it for oss projects, so who knows if they’ll cut that off entirely in future
Donovan Keme
@digitalextremist
@Widdershin alternative there is https://spectrum.chat/
moe
@m-o-e
valid concerns. agree one of the slack clones might work equally well (discord could be another candidate).
Nick Johnstone
@Widdershin
Yeah I had a look at spectrum chat the other day and it felt a little off
It would be way better IMO if it didn’t contain a crappy twitter clone
Like they’ve completely knocked off the ui
Barrie Hadfield
@barriehadfield
We use slack at work, but pay for it - I am trying to figure how the free servicve works. Looks like FaastRuby community is thriving there :-)