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Fred Gibson
@gibsonf1
Its actually just not feasible for say a company that has many million entities
Jeff Zucker
@jeff-zucker
And let the server worry about how to zip it? I'm all for that, doing it in the client is a royal pain, but we have to have something in the meantime, therefore Solid File Client.
Which, BTW, does not depend on there being files on the server
Fred Gibson
@gibsonf1
Something is better than nothing for sure!
Jeff Zucker
@jeff-zucker
It's more Solid-you-can-think-of-them-as-files-if-you-want-client
Fred Gibson
@gibsonf1
:)
Daniel B.
@DanielBakas
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Hi everyone!! I am so happy right now. Thanks to all the help from Jeff I just deployed my first (tutorial) solid app 🤩🥳
I was wondering what the next steps could be :D
Can the React library for UX be used with Solid? :O
vinnl
@vinnl:matrix.org
[m]
Congratulations! And yeah, I use React for all my Solid apps
Daniel B.
@DanielBakas
Omgg. Would you mind if I write a dm? :O
vinnl
@vinnl:matrix.org
[m]
I'm not sure if DMs are possible on Gitter/Matrix, but feel free. Otherwise I'm sure here is fine too :)
(I'll be going to be in a sec though, so might be a while before I reply.)
Daniel B.
@DanielBakas
Ok great. Thanks!!
Jeff Zucker
@jeff-zucker
See, I told ya Vincent would know :-)
Daniel B.
@DanielBakas
Haha right! Thanks Jeff!
Daniel B.
@DanielBakas
Hi everyone (again 😅) Is it safe to delete all folders inside my pod? I want to clean my pod but I don't want to delete any important files 😳
Jeff Zucker
@jeff-zucker
Don't delete anything in the pod root or podroot/settings or podroot/inbox or podroot/profile that you didn't create and you should be okay
Daniel B.
@DanielBakas
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Any of these?
Jeff Zucker
@jeff-zucker
Oh sorry
My answer was very bad
I assumed you were using solidcommunitynet. I have no idea what is unsafe to delete in inrupt.com.
Daniel B.
@DanielBakas
Haha no worries. I'm just getting to know the project and the pods. All your answers help!
Thanks!
This interface should be more familiar
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Jeff Zucker
@jeff-zucker
My guess is that you are safe deleting from /public/ and should proceed VERY cautiously with everything else
It is not just the interface that differs, those are two completely different servers with completely different implentations
Daniel B.
@DanielBakas
:O
But can the Node.js libraries access both using the same methods?
Or are they different altogether?
Jeff Zucker
@jeff-zucker
Inrupt.com = ESS (Inrupt Enterprise Server) ... solidcommunity.net = NSS (Node solid server)
What do you mean by the Node.js libraries?
These ones (from the tutorial) :D
Jeff Zucker
@jeff-zucker
but you're using them in a browser , not in nodejs, right?
Daniel B.
@DanielBakas
Oh! You're right. The photo I sent is from PodBrowser by inrupt. I sent those just to show what folders my inrupt pod had and to ask wether I could delete any.
But I am also developing my first web app using Node.js and the solid libraries from the tutorial
There's one method called "getSolidDataset" that retrieves a dataset inside a pod and it receives a URL
In the tutorial they use ".../profile/card"
And that's where I got confused on what folders (like profile) I should be modifying and which ones I should leave untouched :D
(That's how it all connects haha)
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Jeff Zucker
@jeff-zucker
Well, in any case here's the situation with servers : the Solid specifications are not finalized. For most parts of it that are finalized , either server should follow the specs so can be accessed with the same clients. But for parts that are up in the air, they could differ. For example ESS uses a very different access control system than NSS. As far as what files are on the server - that is not and will never be covered in a specification because Solid doesn't care if you store things as files or a db or anything else. That means that the specific files on the server are always implementation specific and will differ from one server to the other.
Daniel B.
@DanielBakas
I see
Okok cool
Does it matter where each user stores their data in their pods then? (regardless of the server the pod is in)?
Jeff Zucker
@jeff-zucker
But for most purposes solid-client should behave the same on either servere