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I have a simple calculator web project: https://github.com/DANIILNEDOSTUP/js-calculator
I want to do simple tests (addition and subtraction for example) using npm + jest.
I created package.json and wrote these lines:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-23 at 19:51
The main problem I can see is that your code is not even exporting anything. You have everything in 1 single file
script.js and that is not a good practice, testable code will be annoying; however, is okay for now. To solve your issue, your script should export the
Something like this should work.
At the end of
scripts.js write something like this
First, let me say thank you for helping with my problem. I started struggling with this problem this morning at about 9 am, it's now 3 pm and I am still not able to figure out what if anything will fix this issue. I lost count of the number of youtube videos I watched in an attempt to understand the underlying principles that I might have missed.
Here are all of the other StackOverflow question-answer pairs that I have also looked at and attempted (sometimes multiple times & in combination even) all without luck:
At this point I have basically given up on finding a solution for Vuetify, and if I still cannot find a solution by Monday, then I will abandon Vuetify completely and move on to another framework such as VueBootstrap.
Problem Setup: I am just trying to learn Electron-Vue-Vuetify by using project-based learning. I decided to start by building a simple calculator application just so I can learn how to create components and wire them together with code and perhaps learn how to do SASS/CSS styling/themes as well.
I created a boiler-plate application using the SimulatedGreg template on GitHub: https://github.com/SimulatedGREG/electron-vue
I validated the application is running. Then I followed the steps to NPM install Vuetify. I noticed that the vuetify installer modified the App.vue file in the root folder but not the App.vue in the renderer folder. So I moved that around, and I also noticed that the Vuetify installer created a new components folder also at the root of the src folder, so I moved that HelloWorld.vue component into the src/renderer/components folder. I made a few other minor changes to make sure I did the best I could to wire it up. Validated that the Vuetify plugin was installed and saved in the Dev-dependencies in the package.json, and a few other odds and ends.
Finally, I was able to get where the application would load but all the styling was wrong. Now it's just a flat text rendered to the DOM with no styling at all. I get a bunch of errors in the developer tools:
Here is the full error log: (Sorry a bit long I know, I tried to remove the long redundant bits)...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-11 at 01:25
I'm totally new to Electron, meanwhile I found out that Github reply and tried it.
It's perfectly working (I've added a button on the top left to kinda test it).
Maybe not using the whole Electron boilerplate but it get's you with Electron + Vue + Vuetify ready. :)
I guess this answer may help you debug the whole boilerplate and make it work but it requires some webpack config knowledge.
Not sure if it's worth a time investment nor the struggle but since it's pointed out by several people, it may actually work. ^^
Oh and I'm not an expert but you may maybe ask people on the Vue Discord if you want to debug your current configuration instead of my solution.
I'm working on a calculator in jQuery where you can have a variable number of users and locations. So I have two dropdowns where you can select your number of users and number of locations.
You can choose between 3 packages: go, pro and expert. My example below will be for the go package.
The Go package has a starting price per month of 130 euro. This includes 1 user and 1 location.
Here are my 2 dropdowns:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jan-15 at 10:30
The issue is you aren't taking into account the selected value in the other dropdown when you make each calculation.
It would make more sense to hand off the calculation to a single function which is called from both "change" events, and which takes into account the current selected values in each dropdown when re-calculating. This way you don't duplicate any calculation logic, and the logic isn't directly tied to the UI elements which feed it:
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