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novemberborn commented Sep 15, 2019

#1947 landed a new t.try() assertion. It's experimental, one of the reasons for which is that we don't have documentation yet.

We need to document the assertion, how to use it and what the edge cases are.

Apologies for how bare this issue is — happy to elaborate more if you're looking to contribute this 😍

jstarry commented Sep 27, 2019

When rendering components with the html! macro, with props can be used to simplify passing props to a component. This approach can be used with the other approach of passing props one by one. We should have a test that fails when two approaches are combined to make sure the compile error message is nice!

with props approach

html! {
  <MyComponent with props />

list p

mandreyel commented Feb 17, 2019

Not sure if this should be an issue but I was reading the docs and then followed the link to the example's code on github and noticed that they differed. Which is considered more up-to-date (and thus the best practice)?

Aaronontheweb commented Sep 26, 2019

Version: N/A

For users who are interested in using Akka.Persistence.Query, CQRS, EventSourcing, projections, and so forth - the only practical way to combine data from multiple persistent entities without knowing in advance what those entity IDs are is to use Akka.Persistence.Query's EventsByTag queries.

Unfortunately, if you start writing to Akka.Persistence without using any tags at all,

nalzok commented Apr 5, 2019

Hi there!

I found this framework interesting and promising due to its handy API syntax. However, the documentation somewhat confuses me. Well, this is unsurprising because I'm not an expert in Web development anyway. Actually, I have received little formal education in CS, but I know the very basics of TCP thanks to [Beej's Guide to Network Programming](

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