kandi X-RAY | razzle Summary
kandi X-RAY | razzle Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Export static static methods
- Get a list of releases .
- Prints a detailed summary of build files .
- Check if the project exists in the project folder
- Recursively traverses the export names .
- Load a plugin
- Creates a new File .
- Build ClientEnvironment environment
- Try to load a hot update if it needs to be replacer .
- Handles warnings and warnings .
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Please give me some pointers for solving the issue which is listed below.
I have an issue on og tags for fetching the image. I am using the React with Razzle for server side rendering. All the site images is stored on aws bucket which has public access on for fetching the image.
These are the tags which I am using under the specific page through Helmet....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-14 at 10:42
It really bad that no one suggested me.
So what my findings and what is the solution that resolved my issue is that when we upload the base64 image from server to s3 then there is a header attached on the image which is
I want to use both ESLint and Prettier within a project that uses both React and TypeScript inside VS Code (through Razzle, if it is relevant). I do not have preferences yet regarding the code style and formatting but I wish some common sense. The following are my configuration files. I insist upon the idea that I do not have clear tastes regarding the code style and formatting and I wish some good defaults.
I have installed both the ESLint and Prettier VS Code extensions.
In the project I have the following packages installed:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-07 at 14:45
npm i -D eslint-config-prettier ... // .eslintrc.json "extends": [ ... "prettier" ],
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-12 at 11:40
Razzle was supposed to enable Server-side HMR. But my code was not enabling it and stuck in the screenshot.
Found a solution here - Linux has the max_user_watches limited, increase it by:
echo fs.inotify.max_user_watches=524288 | sudo tee -a /etc/sysctl.conf && sudo sysctl -p
How to calculate minimum positional distance between two multi-word, exact phrases inside a large text (e.g. an article), by using Python? Assumption is that there might be multiple occurrences of both phrases. To avoid miss-understanding, this is not a question about fuzzy string matching, edit distance, word lists etc.This is question about calculating positional proximity/distance between two exact phrases inside a text.
EDIT (modified solution by https://stackoverflow.com/users/2359945/razzle-shazl):...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-23 at 17:14
Let's find the indices for both substrings. Then we can walk both lists of indices and calculate minimum distance in one pass.
I would use regular expressions as they are flexible (think about future maintainers) and powerful.
We create two iterators that return matches for both substrings. Then we pop the iterator that has the lower value (in this case, lowest start index).
When this "shorter" iterator is finally exhausted, we can skip checking the remainder of the other iterator as those indices will have a worse distance than already obtained.Shortest Distance
i have a clone from a big app on my system, after i ran
npm install, this is my log:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-08 at 17:37
I think you need to download and install XCode
I have attempted to make a react SSR website using create-React basics through the "razzle" helper tool.
the app originally worked with this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-27 at 16:39
IF the function has problems within it that are not adressed through processes such as eslint, then it will cause the permission webpage instead of your natural webpage.
The problem here is that using the Razzle package you have the "renderTOSTring" placed in another file.
If the thing worked with no "renderTOString" there using react it will not when it is placed in there.
To adjust the razzle config so that you can both add in "firebase caching" and adjust the routing. ou need to go to the "src/server.js file generated by razzle.
TO add caching and routing it should look like this:
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