generator-web | mybatis文件在线自动生成器-让机械无味的mybatis文件编写工作一去不返 随时随地 - 方便快捷

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generator-web is a CSS library. generator-web has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.

mybatis文件在线自动生成器-让机械无味的mybatis文件编写工作一去不返 随时随地 - 方便快捷. mybatis-generator.jar,针对此jar包我们自己做了优化改造,主要改动有: 1、优化mybitis配置文件代码结构(空格的缩进、元素与元素之间加空行等 )。 2、修改namespace的生成规则。 3、修改dao和Entity的命名规则和样式。 4、增加entity注释。 5、优化dao文件方法名字。 6、修改对大对象类型的处理。 7、修改生成文件的编码为“UTF-8”。 等。.

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              generator-web has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 26 star(s) with 25 fork(s). There are 2 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 6 months.
              generator-web has no issues reported. There are no pull requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of generator-web is current.

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            Community Discussions


            Having an issue with React SSR and hydrate, when the DOM is too similar
            Asked 2019-Mar-08 at 16:07

            I'm having a small problem and hope that maybe here i could find a solution.

            We have a website that we created with React, we use this package to do server side rendering, and throw the resulting files in S3.


            Then we do ReactDom.hydrate, like



            Answered 2019-Mar-08 at 16:07

            The program you mentioned is only about 200 lines of code, consider reading it: also, it doesn't appear like "having the same dom" is an issue, since the code doesn't appear to have dom comparison routines at first glance, perhaps the problem is somewhere else, not "having the same dom".



            Node/Webpack 4 - how to use the root domain
            Asked 2018-Jul-30 at 22:46

            I need to use the root domain of a page in a view that i inject in the html via javascript:



            Answered 2018-Jul-30 at 22:46

            Based on our discussion above.

            After looking at Netlify's documentation, They provide several built in environmental variables which include, URL, DEPLOY_URL and DEPLOY_PRIME_URL

            Reference: netlify-build-environment-variables

            You should be able to use these in your build to set the <%- root_domain %> variable.

            Environmental variables can be accessed in node.js using process.env. So in your webpack config would pass root url to the static site generator.



            Cannot read property 'search' of undefined - webpack-dev-server
            Asked 2018-May-16 at 10:07

            A bit of context: I am trying to use static-site-generator-webpack-plugin to create a server-side static website in react.

            Could someone possibly help me out please with the following error:



            Answered 2018-May-16 at 10:07

            As lukas-reineke mentioned in the above comment:

            The plugin wasn't updated in a long time. Have you tried with an older webpack version? It might just not work with 4.

            I got it working with webpack 2.3.3 and webpack-dev-server 1.16.4

            Also for anyone interested in a boilerplate, I found react isomorphic static site generator boilerplate which uses this plugin.



            Can not deploy web-starter nodejs app on Heroku
            Asked 2018-Mar-23 at 03:34

            I am new to front-end and was trying to fork and follow the steps to deploy the work on Heroku, but it failed. My changes are available here.

            The steps I performed as following

            • Forked the repo
            • Created a new branch to deploy changes.
            • Made changes(ref) as described in deploy page for Heroku
            • ran heroku local web
            • Hit http://localhost:5000 as per Heroku's documentation
              I see error on web page saying Cannot GET / (snapshot attached)

            My repository is available on GitHub at

            What am I doing wrong? Kindly help



            Answered 2017-Mar-26 at 07:02

            Finally, I tested on my local computer. It works fine. I do not see any difference but I'll write the steps I followed. Maybe you will see the difference.

            • forked the repo
            • git clone the repo
            • created a new branch
            • mkdir dist
            • created and copy-pasted dist/package.json and dist/server.js from there.
            • changed the directory dist to dist/public in gulpfile.babel.js
            • runned gulp in root folder
            • npm install in root folder
            • npm install in dist folder
            • first tested with npm start. it's ok on localhost:3000
            • heroku local web in dist folder

            And result (github repo):



            I receive 404 node_modules not found
            Asked 2017-Nov-15 at 02:48

            I'm using gulp and angular to create a simple web application.

            When I make gulp serve the application cannot find whatever I have in node_modules folder.

            Here is my gulp file:



            Answered 2017-Nov-15 at 00:26

            Your serve:dist gulp task is serving the content from the dist directory. You need to create a new gulp task to copy over your scripts found in node_modules. Or better yet, just use Webpack.



            How to correctly include requirejs and react & JSX in gulp
            Asked 2017-Jul-03 at 09:12

            I am writing a project which was generated with generator-webapp. This package generates a gulp based project.

            I chose to write my application with react including JSX files (with .jsx files extensions). Moreover, I preferred to use the ES6 syntax with the import ____ from '____' statements.

            I am trying to write a gulp task which will handle the react files with the .jsx extension, something like this:



            Answered 2017-Jul-03 at 09:12

            I currently use browserify/Babelify with my React setup.



            Is this a new way to extend an object in JavaScript?
            Asked 2017-Jun-06 at 13:48

            While upgrading a private yeoman generator I stumpled upon this statement while looking through the official generator-webapp:



            Answered 2017-Jun-06 at 13:48


            yeoman webapp: Minified JS for multiple HTML pages
            Asked 2017-May-18 at 06:06

            I'm playing around with the yeoman webapp generator and want to have multiple minified JavaScript files for my individual subpages for my page. However, the webapp concats all JavaScript files to one "big" main.js which does not match my setup.

            In my setup, main.js is supposed to be some kind of common JavaScript file for all pages but each page should have an additional JavaScript file with stuff that only relates to this page. E.g.

            index.html -> uses main.js

            subpage1.html -> uses main.js and subpage1.js

            subpage2.html -> uses main.js and subpage2.js

            The result from gulp build is a big main.js that contains the main.js, subpage1.js and the subpage2.js which leads to errors: if I open subpage1.html, subpage2.js (the one that is included in the big main.js) might try to access HTML nodes that only exist on subpage2.html but not on subpage1.html.


            subpage1.html includes the big main.js with subpage2.js



            Answered 2017-May-18 at 06:06

            JS and CSS builds are generating with uglify (formerly known as usemin) you could find more advanced options and features from their documentation but I think you should separate build block by your needs.

            If you have a common JS file for every page, you have to put them together for each pages and create new block for page specific files.

            Here is example.


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