kandi X-RAY | fl-maps Summary
kandi X-RAY | fl-maps Summary
The main resorce for developers on this codebase is in the forums at Publichappinessmovement.com under the Web-dev, Reactjs and Documentation tags. The most likely page you are looking for is the Getting Started Guide here: This is the base branch for the new react-based fl-maps project. All edits are initially made in this master branch (fl-maps), and then copy/pasted into the fl-sleeper branch, and a separate PR made to the fl-sleeper branch (refer to note "Copying changes with git cherry-pick" under the "Workflow" section below, for how to automatically copy the changes across) unless they are in the i18n folder. We aim to keep the codebase identical as much as possible until the team expands. All text and labels viewable to users must be defined in the i18n folder to be ready for multi-language support - this file is also used to define differences between both maps, The Public Happiness Platform at focallocal.org and Our Homelessness project at brightertomorrowmap.com. When the active team grows the two codebases can diverge, if you'd like to lead/support one side or advertise for more devs to join our build, let Andy know.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Load the current location
- Creates a year month .
- Generate an event .
- Initialize the button click handler
- Change the current user
- Deletes the user with the given id
- generate table rows for users .
- Helper function for displaying an indicator in a month
- Generate GUID
- Search DB by user name
fl-maps Key Features
fl-maps Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on fl-maps
I am really struggling with implementing The Coral Talk Project commenting system into my app.
I am attempting to implement it into a project that is primarily Meteor and React. It's on GitHub
I think the main issue is that this is the first time I have needed to use a Script Tag in React.
I have attempted doing it via the dom in componentDidMount, by using dangerouslySetHtml, tried using this suggestion, and a couple different packages for loading scripts, but only the div and src display when inspected, but not the script content on the page itself. The onload functionality of it seems to not be firing.
I have confirmed the server and embed code function properly by setting up another much more simple Node/Express app.
Here is the code I am trying to embed into my React site:
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jul-28 at 19:46
I would do this outside of React entirely. So put that in your
main.html. I would then, rather than having the onload just be
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create a fork of this repository and then git clone https://github.com/your-github-username/fl-maps
Set up git git remote add upstream https://github.com/focallocal/fl-maps // make sure there are 2 remotes (origin that points to your fork and upstream for the original repo) git remote -v every time you start working on a new feature, run: git pull upstream master which ensures you are always working with the most updated version of the project. create a new branch git checkout -b new-feature-name
obtain the most recent settings.json file from slack, its pinned in the #meteor-maps thread, and place it in the project's folder settings.json has a property named 'mapType': 'gatherings' , you can change 'gatherings' to 'btm' to work on Focallocal or Brighter Tomorrow
run the project meteor npm install npm run start // see notes below if it fails to run
run tests (npm test or npm run test-watch)
if all the tests have passed, run git add . git commit -m 'description of what has changed' git push origin your_working_branch_name
go to github and create a new pull request from your fork (make sure it's against the fl-maps/master branch)
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