I bought your template, i like it, but, i downloaded and uploaded the jquery version of the template and none of the charts are working...
Here is a temporary link https://pay.saply.fr/app/dashboard.html
Check your vendor folder and rename "Flot" to "flot", usually this changes doesn't affect Windows systems but triggers an error on unix based OS.
Let us know if you have any question
I am reloading Flot graph on background this way:
vm.dataFlot = ChartData.load('/api/v1/dashboard/get/flot');
but on front end the whole graph gets rendered again which causing wierd efect of blinking once. Is it possible to reload the data in the graph without this blinking? like the axis stays only the line graph changes smoothly. Or should I use different graph library?
Please can you also look at my problem with sparkline? it is the same, cant reload it on background
Thanks for suggestsions.
Beyond that, Flot is a powerfull but a bit old library that may have some issue when dealing with very frequent data update.
thanks I will look at the real time example or I will just find some modern library, thanks for your help.
a) it would be nice to have a seed project for netcore with minimal dependencies and vendor imports
b) on the netcoreapp there are no devDependencies in the package.json - is this an disadvantage for performance reasons?
a- That's right, we will add it on a future release. The project will similar to the angular2-seed, which is the the same project without routes and unnecessary vendor import (as you mentioned)
b- Since the project uses webpack, and all code is packed in files that are distributed, there's was not really necessary (at least for the moment) to separate deps because node modules should not be deployed in this case, and all necessary code is integrated into the generated bundles.
Let us know if you have any question
From the above we conclude that webpack handles bundles much better if it knows in advance the entry's defined
Another reason was the intention of simplify things, having many scripts to run becomes a bit confusing for users which also turns into setup problems. Also, previous version uses different places to include vendor assets which becomes a bit confusing and, honestly, the usage was more a try-error-try-again before get sure where to import things.
Said that, we are aware that this approach has an extra time but it should be only for initial build, once webpack has compiled the app, following builds should be more faster, of course depending on the system, but webpack should rebuild only chunks that have changed and not the entire app. Anyway, the application now is based on ng4 and that makes the code different so it's hard to compare exactly the performance in both cases, but in our system we can see the following difference in time:
## ng2 project:
> npm run webpack-vendor
>npm run webpack-polyfills
> npm run webpack-app
## ng4 project:
> npm run compile-app
It's just a quick test but you can see, beyond wether it takes just seconds or minutes, it doesn't produce a really notable difference. And webpack should always recompile those chunks that changed and only in certain case will recompile the entire app, but if you touch only a vendor import, it should only recompile a vendor chunk most of the time. Same for the application code.
I'm testing gMap resources in my project, but i'm not being well succeeded. I just created a div panel which is going to contain the following:
<div data-gmap="" data-address="276 N TUSTIN ST, ORANGE, CA 92867; 376 N TUSTIN ST, ORANGE, CA 92867" data-title="Location 1; Location 2" class="gmap"></div>
My js file contains the required include for gMap which is
//= require jQuery-gMap/jquery.gmap.min
Is there any missing include/config or even a workaround to make it work properly in my project?
Module not found: Error: Can't resolve '/home/gustavo/Projects/stock/node_modules/flot/jquery.flot.js' in '/home/gustavo/Projects/stock'
@ multi script-loader!./~/jquery/dist/jquery.js script-loader!./src/app/core/preloader/preloader.js script-loader!./~/flot/jquery.flot.js script-loader!./~/jquery.flot.tooltip/js/jquery.flot.tooltip.js script-loader!./~/flot/jquery.flot.resize.js script-loader!./~/flot/jquery.flot.pie.js script-loader!./~/flot/jquery.flot.time.js script-loader!./~/flot/jquery.flot.categories.js script-loader!./~/jquery.flot.spline/jquery.flot.spline.js script-loader!./~/jquery-sparkline/jquery.sparkline.js script-loader!./~/easy-pie-chart/dist/easypiechart.js script-loader!./~/chart.js/dist/Chart.bundle.js script-loader!./~/jqcloud2/dist/jqcloud.js script-loader!./~/bootstrap/js/modal.js script-loader!./~/bootstrap/js/dropdown.js script-loader!./~/bootstrap/js/tooltip.js script-loader!./~/summernote/dist/summernote.js script-loader!./~/moment/min/moment-with-locales.min.js script-loader!./~/fullcalendar/dist/fullcalendar.js
I bought the theme today and ran npm install in the ng2 version, but when running ng it works, I came across this gigantic bug.
Could you tell me the solution?
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|Bootstrap:||Compatible with 3.3.x|
|Tags:||admin, admin template, angularjs, material, meanjs, meteor, mvc, rails, responsive, rtl|
|Released:||2 years ago|
|Updated:||4 days ago|
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