kandi X-RAY | stagecoach Summary
kandi X-RAY | stagecoach Summary
Stagecoach is a simple framework for deploying node.js web applications to your own servers. It is useful for both staging and production environments. It can run multiple apps on the same server, keep them running with forever, redeploy with a minimum of downtime, and restart them gracefully at reboot time.
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Hello fellow developers, So I developed an android app that displays images that are exposed via Flickr API. It all went well until I added the search capability to the home page banner. When the search Icon is clicked the app crashes as apposed to showing the drop down menu with the placeholder message as shown in the snapshots below. I believe the error is within the FlickrRecyclerViewAdapter.java file
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-20 at 11:06
Your crash is most likely caused by mixing androidx with the old support library components. Change the import of Searchview, in SearchActivity, to
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ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-18 at 02:43
Your second capturing group is too greedy, and is eating the first of the two number values you want. Adding a '?' to the quantifier will make it lazy and leave the numeric values you want for your third capturing group. Like so:
I am a relative beginner to working in Apostrophe. I'd like to start off by saying its a pretty great ecosystem and I've enjoyed the experience so far. However, I've run into an issue thats a bit confusing.
I've been using it to build a site for a client and I've run into a very odd issue. I have installed an instagram widget that I found via npm (https://www.npmjs.com/package/@kwsites/cms-instagram-widgets) and used it on my local host with relatively no issues, it worked and I moved on with my life.
However now I'm trying to deploy the site and the Instagram widget is not showing up in the browser when viewing on the server. Again the widget shows up perfectly fine in the browser when viewing off my local host which would indicate it did not install correctly on the server but after following all of the post install steps on the linked npm package, I am completely unsure of what to try next. I have confirmed that the @kwsites package folder is in public/modules/ directory
Any help/tips from any of the Apostrophe experts out there would be appreciated.
I am using stagecoach for deployment (again, a great product) and mechanic to manage nginx. I don't know if any of this matters but the widget is making some API calls to Instagram, don't know if they would be affected by either of those tools.
It just looks like the widget is not being generated and I cannot find any errors in the console. Note I can add and remove a widget, I just can't get any content to generate on the server (but can on local host)....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-05 at 01:31
So as noted in the comments, I believe the issue was due to instagram's legacy api requiring site authorization. However with Facebook pushing the new Instagam Basic Display API, the legacy is going to be killed at the end of this month anyway/apps will stop working. So I found this blog post and found it easily adaptable to an Apostrophe module. It requires signing up for Zapier but a basic account is free and its a really interesting tool. This solved my needs
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Make sure your application listens on the port specified by the PORT environment variable, if available:
Copy the deployment folder from our example app to your application:
Review the deployment scripts, especially migrate, which should take care of adding symlinks to any folders that contain persistent files that should not be wiped out by every new deployment. The example application has two shared folders, data and uploads. The migrate script ensures that the data folder is symbolically linked into each new deployment as data, and the uploads folder is symbolically linked as public/uploads.
Make sure your app's main .js file is app.js, or edit deployment/start and deployment/stop.
Edit deployment/settings and set PROJECT to the shortname of your project (usually, the directory name).
Edit deployment/settings.production. Make sure USER matches the non-root username on the server and SERVER is the hostname of your server. Create additional settings.* files if you have additional servers to deploy to, such as staging.
Deploy to production for the first time:
Configure nginx or another server as a reverse proxy to forward traffic to your app. The easiest way to set up nginx is to use mechanic. Manual nginx configuration examples are also included below.
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