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Recently we discovered that Internet Explorer (IE10, IE11) is no longer loading our Angular v9.x application. It was bootstrapping and loading the application a couple months ago, and through a guard would redirect users with IE10 or IE11 to an unsupported view providing information on how they could upgrade to an evergreen browser (Chrome, Edge, Firefox, etc).
For some reason recently it doesn't seem to bootstrap the application, and instead you just stare at the logo endlessly that is in between the
tags. There are no errors in IE11 using Windows 10 so I have nothing to debug.
I've moved through the usual suspects when it comes to this kind of issue (see below), and also reviewed multiple posts in stackoverflow like link and link, and referenced link and link. I'm confused by the lack of an error, as if Angular doesn't exist, but I can see the JS files being pulled down (runtime.js, polyfills.js, styles.js, scripts.js, vendor.js, and main.js).
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-01 at 02:49
Since we're not technically supporting IE10 and IE11, but were trying to deter the use of IE10 and IE11 we decided to take a harder approach and split out the content to a static HTML page located in
/assets that gets loaded using a script in the
index.html that detects unsupported browsers. This also meant we can drop our polyfills.
I have a flutter app using Firebase's cloud firestore. I've done the web build and running it on Chrome through Android Studio works well. I would like to share my web app progress to my client but don't want to host it (because it's not finished yet). Hence I'd like to find a way to run it locally the same way you can do it with Android Studio but without needing to install Android Studio (and hopefully not requiring to install flutter either), so that I can send the build file to my client and they can run it in their machine (with a script to start the web server locally and run the web app).
I have tried the following script included inside the web build folder (where the index.html is)...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-27 at 12:13
as you mentioned in the comment here you go.
Create a file app.js with the following:
I'm trying to connect to a postgres container running in docker on my mac, from my minikube setup in virtualbox. But I'm running into dns resolve issues.
I'm running postgres as a container on docker...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Aug-05 at 14:17
For the ExternalName service type the
externalName should be FQDN, not an IP address, e.g.
I am trying to create a local HTTPS server to develop a webapp. Following these instructions, I am only able to see
/usr/local/lib/node_modules/local-web-server/node_modules/lws/ssl/lws-cert.pem by searching for
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jun-28 at 00:04
Spotlight search (which the Finder uses) intentionally omits system and invisible files; most people are just interested in their own documents, so it focuses on those. You can modify the search criteria to include system and/or invisible files (see this Lifehacker article), but in this case you already know where the file is, so you might as well just tell the computer where to find it. There are several ways to do this:
In the Keychain Access import dialog, press Command-Shift-G, then type or paste in the path to the folder ("/usr/local/lib/node_modules/local-web-server/node_modules/lws/ssl"), select the file, and click Open.
In the Finder, press Command-Shift-G, type or paste the path, then drag the file from the Finder window to the Keychain Access Import dialog.
In Terminal, use the command
open /usr/local/lib/node_modules/local-web-server/node_modules/lws/sslto open the folder in Finder, then drag-and-drop as above.
I'm trying to build routes for my SPA, and the problem is that when I use
localhost:3000 the routes work just fine. It works just as it suppose to. But if the URL is
domain.com/route it doesn't work.
localhost:3000 I'm using a npm module
lite-server and for
127.0.0.1:8000 I'm using the npm module
local-web-server. The library that I'm using for routing is Navigo.
Multiple routes: Example
Tried the demo provided, still no luck. Searched the internet, there are no Stack Overflow question about client-side routing, only for the backend.
The route code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jun-07 at 00:59
Works perfectly fine for me on 127.0.0.1 or other domain.
I spent almost 2-3 good hours on this and im here now, as the question states. The project works fine in VS but when I deploy/publish it through IIS (to access it on local network) some files (well most of them) aren't accessible. This happened when I added the Metronic theme within my web project. The files are like:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Feb-13 at 15:19
You might want to use absolute paths starting with '~/' as the base directory of your Web Site / Web App.
I am new in VS code and working in typescript.Just I am trying to set local server path to open my HTML file.how to set that and when I was trying to set always I am getting error. I can not use this (NPM install) and (NPM start) command in terminal.If I use this command I am getting error. Any proxy issue? How to resolve this issue in VS code?
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Dec-21 at 12:14
Just use the Live Server Extension. Install it from VS Code directly and you will be fine. You'll then have a link in the bottom of your editor to start and run the server automatically and also view your HTML immediately.
Also check: live-server-web-extension and Live Server
I am serving my Angular project built with CLI using the
The instructions state to use the command
--spa followed by the name of your single page. This works fine on a refresh, except for pages where there are parameters being passed into the URL for example:
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Aug-07 at 16:05
What fixed the issue was within my
index.html file. I had changed the
base href to
./ Changing it back to the original
/ fixed the issue.
I am trying to create a local server for visual studio code through Node by following Microsoft's Blog Post. I followed these very simple instructions exactly by adding a package.json file in my root folder and running npm install first. When I do, I get the following error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-May-05 at 19:59
You are using the wrong type of quotes ( windows type ) use this character :
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