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Is there any documentation for Rubix charts? I am trying to make the x axis start at the zero, but there are no examples demonstrating how to do this.
I meant I wanted the y-axis to start at zero. I managed to finally make this work by setting the "stacked: true" option on the graph. I am not sure why this makes the y-axis start at zero, but it does.
hola como estas,
como puedo ocupar el loading?
Dear Mr. Sketchpixy.

I am JungHwan Park from illisis.

Can we download a Rubix before i buy ?
or Can you provide sample codes that we can refer to and modify some pages?

I would appreciate for your help if you give me a guidance of using the Rubix.

Thanks and Best Regards
Keberox PURCHASED
Any idea why am I getting this error:
[dev:server] /path/to/app/tmp/bundle.js:57
[2] import path from 'path';
[2] ^^^^^^
[2] SyntaxError: Unexpected token import

using rubix redux-seed

tried with node 6 and 7

I had expected all dependencies would be configured correctly to run the app and not trying to see which babel presets I can add to make it work.
mirindi PURCHASED
Hi, I have just installed this theme on laravel and homestead 7 and I cant run it, I get the error "FatalThrowableError in ReactJS.php line 64:Class 'V8Js' not found". Help please!
I purchased this template a while ago and when I execute this command it shows css/js errors in console.
"npm run prod -s"

It is working on my local but not working on ubuntu server.

How can I fix this?
Hi, I have been trying to use the Carousel component that has been provided. But I am not able to render it. Do I have to anything else to make it work other than the component already provided? It shows Carousel.Item is undefined. Please help.
schmittr PURCHASED
Hi,

could you guys please update the react-bootstrap version and upgrade to react-router v4.

Thanks a lot.

Kind regards!
allfix PURCHASED
How can I change client.request header 'Content-Type' ?, I have try with add option request.
allfix PURCHASED
[SOLVED]
client.post('login',
{
username: username,
password: password,
},
{
headers: {
'Content-Type': 'application/json'
}
}
)
.then((response) => {
console.log(response.data);
})
.catch((err) => {
console.log(err);
});
I am using rubix for my admin dashboard. I see that there are data tables that divides the table in multiple pages. Any luck on how to implement them as I have hit a dead end trying to.

Thanks
letsaygg PURCHASED
Hi sketchpixy,

I just bought the template for my Meteor website and was able to start the meteor-example project, but when do import meteor's Tracker and Session from 'meteor/tracker' and 'meteor/session' the server throws an error and could not be started. Please help to got it fixed. Thanks.
My import statements:
import { Meteor } from 'meteor/meteor';
import { Tracker } from 'meteor/tracker';
import { Session } from 'meteor/session';
And 'meteor' command raised exception:
[[[[[~/themes/rubix/meteor/meteor-example ]]]]]

=> Started proxy.
=> A patch (Meteor 1.4.1.3) for your current release is available!
Update this project now with 'meteor update --patch'.
=> Started MongoDB.
webpack built b1a733f8339709e95c54 in 35477ms|
=> Errors prevented startup:

While processing files with webpack:webpack (for target os.osx.x86_64):
server/main.js: ./server/main.js
Module not found: Error: Cannot resolve module 'meteor/session' in /Users/yen.nguyen/dev-house/__work/Nomop/themes/rubix/meteor/meteor-example/server
resolve module meteor/session in /Users/yen.nguyen/dev-house/__work/Nomop/themes/rubix/meteor/meteor-example/server
looking for modules in /Users/yen.nguyen/dev-house/__work/Nomop/themes/rubix/meteor/meteor-example
/Users/yen.nguyen/dev-house/__work/Nomop/themes/rubix/meteor/meteor-example/meteor doesn't exist (module as directory)
looking for modules in /Users/yen.nguyen/dev-house/__work/Nomop/themes/rubix/meteor/meteor-example/node_modules
/Users/yen.nguyen/dev-house/__work/Nomop/themes/rubix/meteor/meteor-example/node_modules/meteor doesn't exist (module as directory)
looking for modules in /Users/yen.nguyen/node_modules
/Users/yen.nguyen/node_modules/meteor doesn't exist (module as directory)
[/Users/yen.nguyen/dev-house/__work/Nomop/themes/rubix/meteor/meteor-example/meteor]
[/Users/yen.nguyen/dev-house/__work/Nomop/themes/rubix/meteor/meteor-example/node_modules/meteor]
[/Users/yen.nguyen/node_modules/meteor]
@ ./server/main.js 7:15-40

=> Your application has errors. Waiting for file change.
Hello sketchpixy,
I want to ask you if there are the PSD files included, when I order the Extended licence.

Kind Regards
Olin89

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Version:4.1.0
Type:
  • HTML Template
Bootstrap: Compatible with 3.3.x
Layouts:
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Browsers:
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