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boilerplates is a JavaScript library typically used in Utilities, Nodejs applications. boilerplates has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. You can install using 'npm i boilerplates' or download it from GitHub, npm.

This collection contains all of the boilerplates maintained by the Assemble core team. This list is made available as a convenience for first-time users who would like to explore what Assemble has to offer. After review, it is recommended that you install the boilerplates you wish to use individually.

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              boilerplates has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 66 star(s) with 10 fork(s). There are 15 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              There are 11 open issues and 0 have been closed. There are no pull requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of boilerplates is 0.3.0

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              boilerplates has no bugs reported.

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              boilerplates has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.

            kandi-License License

              boilerplates is licensed under the MIT License. This license is Permissive.
              Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.

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              boilerplates releases are not available. You will need to build from source code and install.
              Deployable package is available in npm.

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            Community Discussions


            Run pipenv shell as part of a bash script
            Asked 2021-Apr-30 at 11:54

            I created a bash script to scaffold boilerplates for several apps (React, Next.js, django, etc).

            In part of my django_install() function, I run the following (reduced here):



            Answered 2021-Apr-27 at 14:03

            I think you can use pipenv run for that. E.g.:



            How to make an electron react app, which has 2 windows - a general one and one for the Tray
            Asked 2021-Feb-19 at 03:40

            I want to make an Electronjs app with some of the react boilerplates. I guess the best one is the one with the most stars in github, but I am open to suggestions. My goal is to have one window, which is going to be the main one and another one that will be displayed only when the user clicks the Tray( What is the best solution, without using a second html and if possible without ejecting.



            Answered 2021-Feb-07 at 14:47

            You can use Tray in electron for this

            Quote from the tray docuentation

            Add icons and context menus to the system's notification area.

            Example code:



            VS Code - Why vscode doesn't display html tag attributes
            Asked 2021-Feb-09 at 15:02

            I use VS Code for HTML editing, but when I enter the tag, it does not display its attributes and even when I add the attribute I want, it does not recognize it. I did the following, but none of them worked:

            1-I installed the relevant extensions(HTML CSS Support , HTML Snippets , HTML Boilerplates , etc). 2-After I added a tag, press Ctrl+Space. 3-restart my machine. 4-reinstall VS code.

            (I entered the css, html code below and the name of my css file is "style post.css" and it is in the folder where my HTML file is located).

            I did everything I could, I would be happy if someone could guide me.



            Answered 2021-Jan-27 at 12:29

            You either have a typo or you have to look up on how to set attributes in HTML: You do this with this syntax: attribute="value" and not with :

            So in your case you should have used class="head1"



            .NET Core environment variables in source control
            Asked 2020-Nov-20 at 02:46

            I'm learning to work with the .NET Core 5.0 framework and was reading this article about managing user secrets. Coming from Node.js, I'm used to .env files where for example database connections credentials are stored.

            When looking at boilerplates, such as ASP.NET Boilerplate or clean-architecture-manga, I notice the database connection string still being in the appsettings.json, which isn't in located in the .gitignore file.



            Answered 2020-Nov-20 at 02:46

            You might want to check out this documentation. In .Net Core secrets can be inserted into a the appsettings.json file from environment variables via the command line on start up as long as the appsettings.json file is properly tokenized. There's also the ability to override the appsettings.json file with values stored in a key vault, such as Hashicorp Vault or Microsoft's Azure Key Vault.



            Best practices for managing state and props in larger React apps
            Asked 2020-Sep-03 at 06:12

            I would like to understand more about the best practices for passing props around parents-child in react. the problem comes from having a standard way of doing this in a medium-large project to minimize confusion and technical debts such as performance optimization. So far, I only knew these methods on doing this:

            1. standard prop drilling


            Answered 2020-Sep-03 at 04:21

            The following answer is subjective!

            There are basically 3 categories that I am aware of.

            1. Keep everything local ( For any size of app which doesn't deal with sibling dependencies this will work fine. May cause some prop drilling, though it should be avoided as possible, it's not an anti-pattern. You come with better approaches to handle this i.e. PureComponent, React.memo, shouldComponentUpdate)
            2. Keep everything global(redux/reactN/...) (have not seen this approach in my experience, not recommended in my opinion as requires you to hit central state every time when there is a change)
            3. Keep a mix of both. (Highly seen this in medium to large scale projects, we use this approach with redux)
            Choosing an option:
            1. Personally speaking, irrespective of the size of an application one can start with the first approach and add the central state later when required(if you are not sure where to put states).

            2. If you need to manage some state centrally from the beginning it can be added from start(if states are clearly defined).

            If you choose any one of the above two approaches, to begin with, at one point in time you would need to decide either go for first-party i.e. React Context or a third party i.e. Redux, ....

            You have already stated the pros and cons of these, you can compare and see which one outweighs the others.



            Reducing Boilerplate Redux
            Asked 2020-Aug-27 at 20:02

            I'm currently using Ducks Pattern in my Redux-Thunk application. However, it seems there are a lot of repetitive codes inside Action Creators that I see. I have more fetch logics and it's similar to the code below. How can I make my code cleaner and get rid of repetitive boilerplates ? Also, is it better to load all fetch using Promise.all or run each fetch by calling inside componentDidMount?



            Answered 2020-Aug-27 at 20:02

            You should switch to using our official Redux Toolkit package, which includes utilities to simplify several common Redux use cases, including store setup, defining reducers, immutable update logic, and even creating entire "slices" of state at once. Its createSlice API automatically generates action creators for you, eliminating the need to write them by hand. It also has a createAsyncThunk API that handles dispatching actions based on a promise.

            Your code could be simplified down to:



            How to reference dynamically created intersection observers in a JS library
            Asked 2020-Jul-20 at 16:39

            I'm trying to build a micro JS library to emulate InDesign text threading on the web using this constructor pattern boilerplate. The idea is the user feeds the function DOM selectors in a desired order, e.g.



            Answered 2020-Jul-20 at 15:21

            you declared the observers as a private variable for the class. You either need to make it public, or static. I am not familiar with your design but I would suggest to make it static. From an architectural point of view making those static makes more sense for me



            Using React with Electron
            Asked 2020-Jun-20 at 16:16

            I've been trying to use react with electron. I have set up react, I'm building the react site which outputs the site in the build/ dir. When I try to load the built index.html, the site does not want to work. This is because the built react site is not meant to be loaded locally, but is meant to be served.

            My question is; how can I load my react site in electron? Both for production build and local development. I do not need any hacky duck tape solution to get hot reload, I simply want a robust solution to get react in electron. Is this where webpack or babel comes in?

            Yes, I am aware that there are boilerplates available, but using those does not help when I don't understand what all the packages do and why they are there. And most of them seem heavily bloated.



            Answered 2020-Jun-20 at 16:13

            Using webpack was the answer. Webpack combines everything in one js file so It's the perfect solution for electron.



            Type mismatch error while using Generics in Kotlin List
            Asked 2020-Jan-01 at 12:16

            Suppose say I have two model classes



            Answered 2020-Jan-01 at 12:16

            Well, if P is not EntityParcel but some subtype e.g. Nothing (which P:EntityParcel allows), then the type of pList is List and a List doesn't fit. "The proper way" strongly depends on what CustomClass is supposed to actually do.

            Also, the class has to use Generics to achieve this conversion as I might use the same class to convert a list of SomeOtherEntity to a list of SomeOtherEntityParcel. This way I would only have to write what gets copied from an Entity to its Parcel and abstract all of the other conversion boilerplates. (Also added this as an edit to the question)

            Something like



            React Standalone Library for NPM
            Asked 2019-Nov-26 at 10:47

            I'm currently writing a few components I want to open source and I always struggle to find the right way to bundle my components and logic so it can be easily imported in any React project.

            I want to use React hooks and my current way of using tsc for it (I prefer Typescript) is not really working because React complains that React Hooks need to be used inside a function component (which they are, it seems TSC kicks out some of the context).

            Are there any good resources for that or even boilerplates? Thank you already for your answers. Cheers to everyone contributing! I owe you.



            Answered 2019-Nov-26 at 10:47

            You can use create-react-library. It also supports typescript.


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