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I'm trying to decrease the bundle size of my Vue project, which scaffolded by the vue-cli, by using CDN of firebase, Vue, and Vuetify.
So, I've added links of these CDN in
public/index.html as follow:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-16 at 01:31
If you are using vuetify from
vue add vuetify), treeshaking and auto component import is enabled by default, by using
If you look into the source code of
vue-cli-plugin-vuetify, it only uses
vuetify-loader if it is present in your
package.json. So removing
package.json should disable this behavior.
I am trying to proxy requests from my containerized React application to my containerized Flask application.
I was starting the application using npm start (in Docker), and I did not have any issues proxying requests. However, I learned that npm start is not a good way to proceed in production.
Following the advice here: Run a React App in a Docker Container , I am able to start my containerized production React, but now the requests are not proxied.
Within the React app, all requests are handled with axios and are formatted: "/api/v1/endpoint". It seems that others have had issues between "http://localhost:80/api/v1/endpoint" and "/api/v1/endpoint". I do not believe this is my issue, unless it arises only in the production environment.
I have also tried changing my "proxy" address in package.json to the location of the dockerized flask container, and later to the name of the docker container, but I have not been able to make either solution work.
If anyone can provide guidance on launching a containerized, production React app that proxies requests to a backend container, please advise.
I am open to using a different server, if the procedures in "Run a React App in a Docker Container" need to be updated.
I have looked these solutions:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 16:20
After digging around and trying a bunch of solutions, here is what worked:
1.) I changed my docker file to run an nginx server:
I have a project with E2E tests setup with Playwright + TS-Jest. To organize my tests I use Page Object Model. Structure looks like that:
I wanted to use TypeScript
paths option in
tsconfig.json to clean up the imports both in test files as well as in POM classes. After some trial and error I came up with the following config files:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 15:04
I've managed to find solution in this GitHub issue: https://github.com/kulshekhar/ts-jest/issues/1107#issuecomment-559759395
In short, by default
ts-jest transform is invoked later than it should, so doesn't have a chance to process all the files. The
tsconfig-paths can help with that:
- Install above package with
yarn add --dev tsconfig-paths
require('tsconfig-paths/register');at the very beginning of the file.
All the absolute imports should work.
I am new to Spark and am trying to run on a hadoop cluster a simple spark jar file built through maven in intellij. But I am getting classnotfoundexception in all the ways I tried to submit the application through spark-submit.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 09:36
You need to add scala-compiler configuration to your
pom.xml. The problem is without that there is nothing to compile your SparkTrans.scala file into java classes.
I am trying to extract the application Id.
As an example i need to extract
from the following log line...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 09:08
You can use
I have setup a small size Hadoop Yarn cluster where Apache Spark is running. I have some data (JSON, CSV) that I upload to Spark (data-frame) for some analysis. Later, I have to index all data-frame data into Apache SOlr. I am using Spark 3 and Solr 8.8 version.
In my search, I have found a solution here but it is for different version of Spark. Hence, I have decided to ask someone for this.
Is there any builtin option for this task. I am open to use SolrJ and pySpark (not scal shell)....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 07:42
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-22 at 20:32
I have had the same issue. This is what I did:
- I deleted the
migrationsfolder as well as the
- I ran
npx mikro-orm migration:create --initial
After that, I restarted
yarn watch and
yarn dev and it worked for me.
--initial flag. I would recommend to check the official documentation. The migrations table is used to keep track of already executed migrations. When you only run
npx mikro-orm migration:create, the table will not be created and therefore MikroORM is unable to check if the migration for the Post entity has already been performed (which includes creating the respective table on the database).
Ben does not use the
--initial flag in his tutorial, he might have already ran it prior to the tutorial.
I'm setting up a new project with nodejs, express, typescript, and babel. So I use babel for faster transpile typescript code and
etsc for types checking
When I writing code, I'd like to the application applied changes automatically without me manually restart the application. My solution is running
babel cli for transpile code with
My script is like this
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-12 at 14:39
The first problem is
nodemon runs only
babel command and not your
./dist/src/index.js. And the second problem is
babel being run transpiles your
.ts files into
.js and then
.js files changed and reruns your command (
babel) that again transpiles your
.ts files into
.js ones with new timestamps. And I believe you've got the idea.
So in fact you need two serapate but dependent things: recompile your
.ts files into
.js ones, and restart node only when
.js files changed.
You may achive that with something like that:
I have an Apache Kylin container running in docker. I was getting a Java heap space error in map reduce phase so I tried updating some parameters in Hadoop mapred-default.xml file. After making the changes, I restarted the container but, when I go to Yarn ResourceManager Web UI and then to Configuration:
An xml file is opened, looking like this:
However my new values for the properties that I set inside the mapred-default.xml are not here, it is showing the old values for those properties... Does anyone have any idea why that is happening and what I should do to make it register the new values? I tried restarting the container, but it didn't help......
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-12 at 07:08
To override a default value for a property, specify the new value within the tags, inside
mapred-default.xml, using the following format:
Here is some info about the machine I'm using:
- Node v14.17.0
- Electron v13.1.2
- Win 10 21H1
- Yarn 2.4.2
I'm trying to get my project here at: https://github.com/Cokaps/GenZOC working but I've ran to this issue:
When I run electron-forge start, it shows an error here:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-11 at 15:32
Did you try loading like this in webpack.renderer.js:
No vulnerabilities reported
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