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skatcat31 commented Oct 11, 2018


So our function arrayToHtmlList is in a pretty bad space and could use an update. We already had some discussion over at #675 but I wanted to move the update discussion over to an issue for more visibility.

Current problem:

It uses an awkward query selector instead of the `document.prototype.getElementBy

yanokenken commented Sep 11, 2019

If you follow the readme procedure, the following error will occur in the first npm install express.

saveError ENOENT: no such file or directory, open '/xxx/xxx/package.json'

As you know, the cause is package.json does not exist.
Other users seem to have a similar error, so it seems better to add npm init to the readme.
Or I thought it would be nice to bring a link `Please follow

crapthings commented Dec 19, 2019

where to declare .d.ts? 1.8.2

  name: 'gooodrr',
  version: '0.0.1',
  summary: 'gooodrr',
  documentation: ''

Package.onUse(function (api) {
  api.mainModule('gooodrr.ts', 'server')
  api.export('Gooodrr', 'server')

where to put d.ts file?

declare module "meteor/gooodrr" {
    export module Goood
goldbergyoni commented Oct 29, 2019

🎉🎉 The Node.js best practices guide has gotten even better during September and October, thanks to the many awesome contributions made by the following folks 🎉🎉

📢 🇷🇺 Our guide is now also translated to Russian (+ other 8 languages)! This thanks to the AMAZING work of Alex Ivanov @contributorpw ❤️

The following folks suggested & contributed great new ideas and enhancements:
🌻 Adeel Imran @A

1023568249 commented Oct 15, 2019

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janostudio commented Dec 28, 2019

NWJS Version : v0.30.5
Operating System : win 10

Expected behavior

I develop an application with several tabs, at first It works fine.After using window.print() in any tab, all tabs should still work fine.

Actual behavior

But after using window.print() in any tab, all tab cant find file that packed to app.exe.After troubleshooting, I find a part of computer with win 10 work fi

formerandroider commented Dec 18, 2019

Issue Summary

In Safari 13.0.4 on macOS 10.15.2, the 'Upload routes YAML' button triggers a file browser that only allows selection of files ending in .yml. These are not accepted by the application, which requires a .yaml extension. This results in routes not being uploadable with Safari.

To Reproduce

  1. In Safari, click the 'Upload routes YAML' button in Labs.

This doesn'

samcoenen commented Mar 11, 2019

Looks closely related to #779

I'm submitting a...

[ ] Regression
[x] Bug report
[ ] Feature request
[ ] Documentation issue or request
[ ] Support request => Please do not submit support request here, instead post your question on Stack Overflow.

Current behavior

Middleware is being called for every endpoint a request route could potentially match.

mtmsuhail commented Jan 7, 2020

Describe the bug
The default _limit for the find() is currently fixed to 100. I can't understand why the team picked it is 100? why wouldn't be 10 or 50?.

If some one needed to fetch default 50 records for all end point of find(), at-least he have to edit all request URL or needed to override the current find() handle.

This may not be a bug for the team, but for best framework we need t

akhileshacc commented Dec 3, 2019

First, I am not sure how to exactly add Material UI support.
I added by doing this in client.js

<App context={context} insertCss={insertCss}>
          <CssBaseline />

Please tell whats the right way to integrate material UI.
Material UI applies styles well when server starts. But at

dandv commented Jan 6, 2020
const XLSX = require('xlsx');

const wb = XLSX.utils.book_new();

const ws = XLSX.utils.json_to_sheet([]);

XLSX.utils.book_append_sheet(wb, ws, 'Bug sheet');

ws.A1 = { t: 's', f: 'square' };

XLSX.writeFile(wb, 'formula.ods');

The resulting .ODS file contains:

<table:table-cell table:formula="of:=square" office:value-type="string"><text:p>undefined</text:p></table
outsideris commented Oct 5, 2019

If specify non-existed file with --file option, mocha throw expection.

./bin/mocha --file non-existed
      else throw err

Error: Cannot find module '/Users/mocha/non-existed'
    at Function.Module._resolveFilename (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:582:15)
    at Function.Module._load (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:508:25
jlarmstrongiv commented Jul 2, 2019

What are you trying to achieve?

AWS released Lambda Layers to facilitate sharing libraries and binaries across lambda functions.

With Lambda Layers, adopting Sharp.js into any AWS Lambda Node.js project will be a breeze. Plus, there will be less setup, confusion, and errors surrounding compiling for the lambda execution environment.

I appreciate the existing installation instructio

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