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realworld is a Shell library typically used in User Interface, Frontend Framework, React, MongoDB applications. realworld has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has medium support. You can download it from GitHub.
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Fable.Reactstrap not defined on Client fsproj SATE-stack

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open Reactstrap

Deform a Mesh in Unity to Align Reference Points at Runtime

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var dir2 = modelObject.transform.InverseTransformVector(dir.normalized * distance);
displacedVertices[i] += dir2;
var dir2 = modelObject.transform.InverseTransformVector(dir.normalized * distance);
displacedVertices[i] += dir2;

Is a good practice to create a new React element based on props?

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function App() {
    return (
        <main>
            <Switch>
                <Route path="/" component={Home} exact />
                <Route path="/about" component={About} />
                <Route path="/shop" component={Shop} />
            </Switch>
        </main>
    )
}

How to apply transaction logic in FastAPI RealWorld example app?

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async with conn.transaction():
    await repo_one.update_one(...)
    await repo_two.insert_two(...)
    await repo_three.delete_three(...)

    # This automatically rolls back the transaction:
    raise Exception
tx = conn.transaction()
await tx.start()

try:
    await repo_one.update_one(...)
    await repo_two.insert_two(...)
    await repo_three.delete_three(...)
except:
    await tx.rollback()
    raise
else:
    await tx.commit()
from asyncpg.connection import Connection
from fastapi import Depends

from app.api.dependencies.database import _get_connection_from_pool


@router.post(
    ...
)
async def create_new_article(
    ...
    conn: Connection = Depends(_get_connection_from_pool),  # Add this
) -> ArticleInResponse:
async with conn.transaction():
    await repo_one.update_one(...)
    await repo_two.insert_two(...)
    await repo_three.delete_three(...)

    # This automatically rolls back the transaction:
    raise Exception
tx = conn.transaction()
await tx.start()

try:
    await repo_one.update_one(...)
    await repo_two.insert_two(...)
    await repo_three.delete_three(...)
except:
    await tx.rollback()
    raise
else:
    await tx.commit()
from asyncpg.connection import Connection
from fastapi import Depends

from app.api.dependencies.database import _get_connection_from_pool


@router.post(
    ...
)
async def create_new_article(
    ...
    conn: Connection = Depends(_get_connection_from_pool),  # Add this
) -> ArticleInResponse:
async with conn.transaction():
    await repo_one.update_one(...)
    await repo_two.insert_two(...)
    await repo_three.delete_three(...)

    # This automatically rolls back the transaction:
    raise Exception
tx = conn.transaction()
await tx.start()

try:
    await repo_one.update_one(...)
    await repo_two.insert_two(...)
    await repo_three.delete_three(...)
except:
    await tx.rollback()
    raise
else:
    await tx.commit()
from asyncpg.connection import Connection
from fastapi import Depends

from app.api.dependencies.database import _get_connection_from_pool


@router.post(
    ...
)
async def create_new_article(
    ...
    conn: Connection = Depends(_get_connection_from_pool),  # Add this
) -> ArticleInResponse:

Opencv cv.calibrateCamera returns &quot;argument for calibrateCamera() given by name ('flags') and position (8)&quot;

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cv.calibrateCamera([pts3d], [pts2d],size,camera_matrix,distCoeffs,None,None,None,flags=cv.CALIB_FIX_K1+cv.CALIB_FIX_K2+cv.CALIB_FIX_K3+cv.CALIB_FIX_K4+cv.CALIB_FIX_K5) 
cv.calibrateCamera([pts3d], [pts2d],size,camera_matrix,distCoeffs,None,None,None,flags=cv.CALIB_USE_INTRINSIC_GUESS) 
cv.calibrateCamera([pts3d], [pts2d],size,camera_matrix,distCoeffs,None,None,None,flags=cv.CALIB_FIX_K1+cv.CALIB_FIX_K2+cv.CALIB_FIX_K3+cv.CALIB_FIX_K4+cv.CALIB_FIX_K5) 
cv.calibrateCamera([pts3d], [pts2d],size,camera_matrix,distCoeffs,None,None,None,flags=cv.CALIB_USE_INTRINSIC_GUESS) 

Haskell how to print mutable vector

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printMV :: MonadIO m => Show a => PrimMonad m => MV.MVector (PrimState m) a -> m ()
printMV v = do
    fv <- V.freeze v
    liftIO $ print fv
printMV2 :: Show a => MV.IOVector a -> IO ()
printMV2 v = V.freeze v >>= print
printMV :: MonadIO m => Show a => PrimMonad m => MV.MVector (PrimState m) a -> m ()
printMV v = do
    fv <- V.freeze v
    liftIO $ print fv
printMV2 :: Show a => MV.IOVector a -> IO ()
printMV2 v = V.freeze v >>= print

How can I use FastAPI Routers with FastAPI-Users and MongoDB?

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# Event handlers
app.add_event_handler("startup", create_start_app_handler(app=app))
app.add_event_handler("shutdown", create_stop_app_handler(app=app))
import logging

from dlw_api.user import UserDB
from fastapi import FastAPI
from fastapi_users.db.mongodb import MongoDBUserDatabase
from motor.motor_asyncio import AsyncIOMotorClient


LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)
DB_NAME = "dlwLocal"
USERS_COLLECTION = "users"
DATABASE_URI = "mongodb://dlw-mongodb:27017"  # protocol://container_name:port


_client: AsyncIOMotorClient = None
_users_db: MongoDBUserDatabase = None


def get_users_db() -> MongoDBUserDatabase:
    return _users_db


async def connect_to_db() -> None:
    global _users_db
    # logger.info("Connecting to {0}", repr(DATABASE_URL))
    client = AsyncIOMotorClient(DATABASE_URI)
    db = client[DB_NAME]
    collection = db[USERS_COLLECTION]
    _users_db = MongoDBUserDatabase(UserDB, collection)
    LOG.info(f"Connected to {DATABASE_URI}")


async def close_db_connection(app: FastAPI) -> None:
    _client.close()
    LOG.info("Connection closed")
from typing import Callable
from fastapi import FastAPI
from dlw_api.db.events import close_db_connection, connect_to_db
from dlw_api.user import configure_user_auth_routes
from fastapi_users.authentication import CookieAuthentication
from dlw_api.db.events import get_users_db


COOKIE_SECRET = "THIS_NEEDS_TO_BE_SET_CORRECTLY" # TODO: <--|
COOKIE_LIFETIME_SECONDS: int = 3_600
COOKIE_NAME = "c-is-for-cookie"

# Auth stuff:
_cookie_authentication = CookieAuthentication(
    secret=COOKIE_SECRET,
    lifetime_seconds=COOKIE_LIFETIME_SECONDS,
    name=COOKIE_NAME,
)

auth_backends = [
    _cookie_authentication,
]


def create_start_app_handler(app: FastAPI) -> Callable:
    async def start_app() -> None:
        await connect_to_db(app)
        configure_user_auth_routes(
            app=app,
            auth_backends=auth_backends,
            user_db=get_users_db(),
            secret=COOKIE_SECRET,
        )

    return start_app


def create_stop_app_handler(app: FastAPI) -> Callable:
    async def stop_app() -> None:
        await close_db_connection(app)

    return stop_app
# Event handlers
app.add_event_handler("startup", create_start_app_handler(app=app))
app.add_event_handler("shutdown", create_stop_app_handler(app=app))
import logging

from dlw_api.user import UserDB
from fastapi import FastAPI
from fastapi_users.db.mongodb import MongoDBUserDatabase
from motor.motor_asyncio import AsyncIOMotorClient


LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)
DB_NAME = "dlwLocal"
USERS_COLLECTION = "users"
DATABASE_URI = "mongodb://dlw-mongodb:27017"  # protocol://container_name:port


_client: AsyncIOMotorClient = None
_users_db: MongoDBUserDatabase = None


def get_users_db() -> MongoDBUserDatabase:
    return _users_db


async def connect_to_db() -> None:
    global _users_db
    # logger.info("Connecting to {0}", repr(DATABASE_URL))
    client = AsyncIOMotorClient(DATABASE_URI)
    db = client[DB_NAME]
    collection = db[USERS_COLLECTION]
    _users_db = MongoDBUserDatabase(UserDB, collection)
    LOG.info(f"Connected to {DATABASE_URI}")


async def close_db_connection(app: FastAPI) -> None:
    _client.close()
    LOG.info("Connection closed")
from typing import Callable
from fastapi import FastAPI
from dlw_api.db.events import close_db_connection, connect_to_db
from dlw_api.user import configure_user_auth_routes
from fastapi_users.authentication import CookieAuthentication
from dlw_api.db.events import get_users_db


COOKIE_SECRET = "THIS_NEEDS_TO_BE_SET_CORRECTLY" # TODO: <--|
COOKIE_LIFETIME_SECONDS: int = 3_600
COOKIE_NAME = "c-is-for-cookie"

# Auth stuff:
_cookie_authentication = CookieAuthentication(
    secret=COOKIE_SECRET,
    lifetime_seconds=COOKIE_LIFETIME_SECONDS,
    name=COOKIE_NAME,
)

auth_backends = [
    _cookie_authentication,
]


def create_start_app_handler(app: FastAPI) -> Callable:
    async def start_app() -> None:
        await connect_to_db(app)
        configure_user_auth_routes(
            app=app,
            auth_backends=auth_backends,
            user_db=get_users_db(),
            secret=COOKIE_SECRET,
        )

    return start_app


def create_stop_app_handler(app: FastAPI) -> Callable:
    async def stop_app() -> None:
        await close_db_connection(app)

    return stop_app
# Event handlers
app.add_event_handler("startup", create_start_app_handler(app=app))
app.add_event_handler("shutdown", create_stop_app_handler(app=app))
import logging

from dlw_api.user import UserDB
from fastapi import FastAPI
from fastapi_users.db.mongodb import MongoDBUserDatabase
from motor.motor_asyncio import AsyncIOMotorClient


LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)
DB_NAME = "dlwLocal"
USERS_COLLECTION = "users"
DATABASE_URI = "mongodb://dlw-mongodb:27017"  # protocol://container_name:port


_client: AsyncIOMotorClient = None
_users_db: MongoDBUserDatabase = None


def get_users_db() -> MongoDBUserDatabase:
    return _users_db


async def connect_to_db() -> None:
    global _users_db
    # logger.info("Connecting to {0}", repr(DATABASE_URL))
    client = AsyncIOMotorClient(DATABASE_URI)
    db = client[DB_NAME]
    collection = db[USERS_COLLECTION]
    _users_db = MongoDBUserDatabase(UserDB, collection)
    LOG.info(f"Connected to {DATABASE_URI}")


async def close_db_connection(app: FastAPI) -> None:
    _client.close()
    LOG.info("Connection closed")
from typing import Callable
from fastapi import FastAPI
from dlw_api.db.events import close_db_connection, connect_to_db
from dlw_api.user import configure_user_auth_routes
from fastapi_users.authentication import CookieAuthentication
from dlw_api.db.events import get_users_db


COOKIE_SECRET = "THIS_NEEDS_TO_BE_SET_CORRECTLY" # TODO: <--|
COOKIE_LIFETIME_SECONDS: int = 3_600
COOKIE_NAME = "c-is-for-cookie"

# Auth stuff:
_cookie_authentication = CookieAuthentication(
    secret=COOKIE_SECRET,
    lifetime_seconds=COOKIE_LIFETIME_SECONDS,
    name=COOKIE_NAME,
)

auth_backends = [
    _cookie_authentication,
]


def create_start_app_handler(app: FastAPI) -> Callable:
    async def start_app() -> None:
        await connect_to_db(app)
        configure_user_auth_routes(
            app=app,
            auth_backends=auth_backends,
            user_db=get_users_db(),
            secret=COOKIE_SECRET,
        )

    return start_app


def create_stop_app_handler(app: FastAPI) -> Callable:
    async def stop_app() -> None:
        await close_db_connection(app)

    return stop_app

DCMTK library says tag not found while dcmdump displays it

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DcmSequenceOfItems* sequence;
OFResult result = tmpData->findAndGetSequence(DCM_RealWorldValueMappingSequence, sequence);
if (result.good() && sequence && !sequence->isEmpty())
{
  DcmItem* item = sequence->getItem(0); // you may have to iterate over the items instead
  double value;
  result = item->findAndGetFloat64(DCM_RealWorldValueSlope, value);
  ...
}
  result = tmpData->findAndGetFloat64(DCM_RealWorldValueSlope, value, 0, OFTrue);
DcmSequenceOfItems* sequence;
OFResult result = tmpData->findAndGetSequence(DCM_RealWorldValueMappingSequence, sequence);
if (result.good() && sequence && !sequence->isEmpty())
{
  DcmItem* item = sequence->getItem(0); // you may have to iterate over the items instead
  double value;
  result = item->findAndGetFloat64(DCM_RealWorldValueSlope, value);
  ...
}
  result = tmpData->findAndGetFloat64(DCM_RealWorldValueSlope, value, 0, OFTrue);

How to define callbacks in separate files? (plotly dash)

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.
├── my_dash_app
│   ├── app.py
│   ├── maindash.py
│   └── views
│       ├── first_view.py
│       └── __init__.py
└── setup.py
from my_dash_app.maindash import app
from my_dash_app.views.first_view import make_layout

if __name__ == '__main__':
    app.layout = make_layout()
    app.run_server(debug=True)
import dash
app = dash.Dash(__name__)
from my_dash_app.maindash import app
from dash.dependencies import Input, Output

import dash_core_components as dcc
import dash_html_components as html

def make_layout():
    return html.Div([
        dcc.Input(id='my-id', value='initial value', type='text'),
        html.Div(id='my-div')
    ])

@app.callback(Output(component_id='my-div', component_property='children'),
              [Input(component_id='my-id', component_property='value')])
def update_output_div(input_value):
    return 'You\'ve entered "{}"'.format(input_value)
.
├── my_dash_app
│   ├── app.py
│   ├── maindash.py
│   └── views
│       ├── first_view.py
│       └── __init__.py
└── setup.py
from my_dash_app.maindash import app
from my_dash_app.views.first_view import make_layout

if __name__ == '__main__':
    app.layout = make_layout()
    app.run_server(debug=True)
import dash
app = dash.Dash(__name__)
from my_dash_app.maindash import app
from dash.dependencies import Input, Output

import dash_core_components as dcc
import dash_html_components as html

def make_layout():
    return html.Div([
        dcc.Input(id='my-id', value='initial value', type='text'),
        html.Div(id='my-div')
    ])

@app.callback(Output(component_id='my-div', component_property='children'),
              [Input(component_id='my-id', component_property='value')])
def update_output_div(input_value):
    return 'You\'ve entered "{}"'.format(input_value)
.
├── my_dash_app
│   ├── app.py
│   ├── maindash.py
│   └── views
│       ├── first_view.py
│       └── __init__.py
└── setup.py
from my_dash_app.maindash import app
from my_dash_app.views.first_view import make_layout

if __name__ == '__main__':
    app.layout = make_layout()
    app.run_server(debug=True)
import dash
app = dash.Dash(__name__)
from my_dash_app.maindash import app
from dash.dependencies import Input, Output

import dash_core_components as dcc
import dash_html_components as html

def make_layout():
    return html.Div([
        dcc.Input(id='my-id', value='initial value', type='text'),
        html.Div(id='my-div')
    ])

@app.callback(Output(component_id='my-div', component_property='children'),
              [Input(component_id='my-id', component_property='value')])
def update_output_div(input_value):
    return 'You\'ve entered "{}"'.format(input_value)
.
├── my_dash_app
│   ├── app.py
│   ├── maindash.py
│   └── views
│       ├── first_view.py
│       └── __init__.py
└── setup.py
from my_dash_app.maindash import app
from my_dash_app.views.first_view import make_layout

if __name__ == '__main__':
    app.layout = make_layout()
    app.run_server(debug=True)
import dash
app = dash.Dash(__name__)
from my_dash_app.maindash import app
from dash.dependencies import Input, Output

import dash_core_components as dcc
import dash_html_components as html

def make_layout():
    return html.Div([
        dcc.Input(id='my-id', value='initial value', type='text'),
        html.Div(id='my-div')
    ])

@app.callback(Output(component_id='my-div', component_property='children'),
              [Input(component_id='my-id', component_property='value')])
def update_output_div(input_value):
    return 'You\'ve entered "{}"'.format(input_value)
from dataclasses import dataclass, field
from typing import Callable, List, Union
from dash.dependencies import handle_callback_args
from dash.dependencies import Input, Output, State


@dataclass
class Callback:
    func: Callable
    outputs: Union[Output, List[Output]]
    inputs: Union[Input, List[Input]]
    states: Union[State, List[State]] = field(default_factory=list)
    kwargs: dict = field(default_factory=lambda: {"prevent_initial_call": False})


class CallbackManager:
    def __init__(self):
        self._callbacks = []

    def callback(self, *args, **kwargs):
        output, inputs, state, prevent_initial_call = handle_callback_args(
            args, kwargs
        )

        def wrapper(func):
            self._callbacks.append(Callback(func,
                                            output,
                                            inputs,
                                            state,
                                            {"prevent_initial_callback": prevent_initial_call}))

        return wrapper

    def attach_to_app(self, app):
        for callback in self._callbacks:
            app.callback(
                callback.outputs, callback.inputs, callback.states, **callback.kwargs
            )(callback.func)
import dash

from callback_manager import CallbackManager

callback_manager = CallbackManager()


@callback_manager.callback(
    dash.dependencies.Output('label', 'children'),
    [dash.dependencies.Input('call_btn', 'n_clicks')])
def update_label(n_clicks):
    if n_clicks > 0:
        return "Callback called!"
import dash
import dash_html_components as html

from callbacks import callback_manager

app = dash.Dash(__name__)
callback_manager.attach_to_app(app)

app.layout = html.Div([
    html.Div(id="label"),
    html.Button('Call callback', id='call_btn', n_clicks=0),
])
if __name__ == '__main__':
    app.run_server(debug=True)
from callbacks1 import callback_manager as callback_manager1
from callbacks2 import callback_manager as callback_manager2

app = dash.Dash(__name__)
callback_manager1.attach_to_app(app)
callback_manager2.attach_to_app(app)
from dataclasses import dataclass, field
from typing import Callable, List, Union
from dash.dependencies import handle_callback_args
from dash.dependencies import Input, Output, State


@dataclass
class Callback:
    func: Callable
    outputs: Union[Output, List[Output]]
    inputs: Union[Input, List[Input]]
    states: Union[State, List[State]] = field(default_factory=list)
    kwargs: dict = field(default_factory=lambda: {"prevent_initial_call": False})


class CallbackManager:
    def __init__(self):
        self._callbacks = []

    def callback(self, *args, **kwargs):
        output, inputs, state, prevent_initial_call = handle_callback_args(
            args, kwargs
        )

        def wrapper(func):
            self._callbacks.append(Callback(func,
                                            output,
                                            inputs,
                                            state,
                                            {"prevent_initial_callback": prevent_initial_call}))

        return wrapper

    def attach_to_app(self, app):
        for callback in self._callbacks:
            app.callback(
                callback.outputs, callback.inputs, callback.states, **callback.kwargs
            )(callback.func)
import dash

from callback_manager import CallbackManager

callback_manager = CallbackManager()


@callback_manager.callback(
    dash.dependencies.Output('label', 'children'),
    [dash.dependencies.Input('call_btn', 'n_clicks')])
def update_label(n_clicks):
    if n_clicks > 0:
        return "Callback called!"
import dash
import dash_html_components as html

from callbacks import callback_manager

app = dash.Dash(__name__)
callback_manager.attach_to_app(app)

app.layout = html.Div([
    html.Div(id="label"),
    html.Button('Call callback', id='call_btn', n_clicks=0),
])
if __name__ == '__main__':
    app.run_server(debug=True)
from callbacks1 import callback_manager as callback_manager1
from callbacks2 import callback_manager as callback_manager2

app = dash.Dash(__name__)
callback_manager1.attach_to_app(app)
callback_manager2.attach_to_app(app)
from dataclasses import dataclass, field
from typing import Callable, List, Union
from dash.dependencies import handle_callback_args
from dash.dependencies import Input, Output, State


@dataclass
class Callback:
    func: Callable
    outputs: Union[Output, List[Output]]
    inputs: Union[Input, List[Input]]
    states: Union[State, List[State]] = field(default_factory=list)
    kwargs: dict = field(default_factory=lambda: {"prevent_initial_call": False})


class CallbackManager:
    def __init__(self):
        self._callbacks = []

    def callback(self, *args, **kwargs):
        output, inputs, state, prevent_initial_call = handle_callback_args(
            args, kwargs
        )

        def wrapper(func):
            self._callbacks.append(Callback(func,
                                            output,
                                            inputs,
                                            state,
                                            {"prevent_initial_callback": prevent_initial_call}))

        return wrapper

    def attach_to_app(self, app):
        for callback in self._callbacks:
            app.callback(
                callback.outputs, callback.inputs, callback.states, **callback.kwargs
            )(callback.func)
import dash

from callback_manager import CallbackManager

callback_manager = CallbackManager()


@callback_manager.callback(
    dash.dependencies.Output('label', 'children'),
    [dash.dependencies.Input('call_btn', 'n_clicks')])
def update_label(n_clicks):
    if n_clicks > 0:
        return "Callback called!"
import dash
import dash_html_components as html

from callbacks import callback_manager

app = dash.Dash(__name__)
callback_manager.attach_to_app(app)

app.layout = html.Div([
    html.Div(id="label"),
    html.Button('Call callback', id='call_btn', n_clicks=0),
])
if __name__ == '__main__':
    app.run_server(debug=True)
from callbacks1 import callback_manager as callback_manager1
from callbacks2 import callback_manager as callback_manager2

app = dash.Dash(__name__)
callback_manager1.attach_to_app(app)
callback_manager2.attach_to_app(app)
from dataclasses import dataclass, field
from typing import Callable, List, Union
from dash.dependencies import handle_callback_args
from dash.dependencies import Input, Output, State


@dataclass
class Callback:
    func: Callable
    outputs: Union[Output, List[Output]]
    inputs: Union[Input, List[Input]]
    states: Union[State, List[State]] = field(default_factory=list)
    kwargs: dict = field(default_factory=lambda: {"prevent_initial_call": False})


class CallbackManager:
    def __init__(self):
        self._callbacks = []

    def callback(self, *args, **kwargs):
        output, inputs, state, prevent_initial_call = handle_callback_args(
            args, kwargs
        )

        def wrapper(func):
            self._callbacks.append(Callback(func,
                                            output,
                                            inputs,
                                            state,
                                            {"prevent_initial_callback": prevent_initial_call}))

        return wrapper

    def attach_to_app(self, app):
        for callback in self._callbacks:
            app.callback(
                callback.outputs, callback.inputs, callback.states, **callback.kwargs
            )(callback.func)
import dash

from callback_manager import CallbackManager

callback_manager = CallbackManager()


@callback_manager.callback(
    dash.dependencies.Output('label', 'children'),
    [dash.dependencies.Input('call_btn', 'n_clicks')])
def update_label(n_clicks):
    if n_clicks > 0:
        return "Callback called!"
import dash
import dash_html_components as html

from callbacks import callback_manager

app = dash.Dash(__name__)
callback_manager.attach_to_app(app)

app.layout = html.Div([
    html.Div(id="label"),
    html.Button('Call callback', id='call_btn', n_clicks=0),
])
if __name__ == '__main__':
    app.run_server(debug=True)
from callbacks1 import callback_manager as callback_manager1
from callbacks2 import callback_manager as callback_manager2

app = dash.Dash(__name__)
callback_manager1.attach_to_app(app)
callback_manager2.attach_to_app(app)

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Fable.Reactstrap not defined on Client fsproj SATE-stack

Asked 2022-Feb-14 at 03:08

I'm trying to use Fable.Reactstrap on Client project from SAFE.Template. I've added Fable.Reactstrap to Nuget, Paket, and NPM but still receive error FSHARP: The namespace 'Reactstrap' is not defined when executing dotnet run. It's an error from code:

open Fable.Reactstrap

The real code can be found on my github's repo. Fable.Reactstrap itself has been added to project's dependencies and added in paket.references.

How can I resolve this error and user Fable.Reactstrap in my project?

ANSWER

Answered 2022-Feb-14 at 03:08

The namespace is just Reactstrap, so this should work:

open Reactstrap

See example code here.

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71102537

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