For some reason I do not see webpack being kicked off. My script stops right after yarn start and never runs webpack-dev-server –watch –env=dev –open part of it in my dev script. I suppose that’s because the node service doesn’t exit and continues to run so I never get a completion hence the && webpack-dev-server –watch –env=dev –open never runs? Answer NodeJS is single threaded. It never left nodemon.
I followed offical documentation to install vuetify, but I’ve got trouble with that. When I am trying add vuetify to my project, I always get two types of errors: First type: P.S .app-main is my style class. Without vuetify it works fine. Second type: I am not sure what the affects are on changing errors, but they are changing when I change code in main.js file package.json My Webpack.config.js Answer Solving by adding this property to Webpack: Main.js
I’m making a React component library to abstract out some components I use in multiple projects. Some projects are made with CRA, some with Gatsby, some might be something else, etc. I used the Neutrino.js framework/toolchain as it was linked on the React docs site, but the issue I ran into is that by default the output files of the build all use the window object, which causes gatsby build to break as window doesn’t exist in Node/SSR. Is there a way to make Neutrino/webpack output a bundle that doesn’t use window? While searching for a solution and comparing to
I am sending data – a URL to a local image file, from parent to child, and when I load it in child component’s it shows an error, but if I directly load it, it works. Code: In parent.vue component’s data: In child.vue component’s mounted() And console.log(this.item.src) gives exactly the same string, so the child is actually getting the data correctly As you can see both those examples have the same URL string, but one works, one does not. I have tried every combination or relative Url but everything fails. What’s going on? note: I am serving the development version
I’m trying to run vue-cli-service serve from inside a Node.js application like this: And it works. But when I do it in production mode (change service.init(“development”) to service.init(“production”)), I don’t see the webpack “building” progress anymore. Hence my question: how to start a Vue server in production mode, but keep webpack progress printed to the console? Answer Progress is reported by Webpack’s ProgressPlugin, which Vue CLI inserts only for non-production and non-test builds (since 3.x). You could enable this plugin in <root>/vue.config.js with devServer.progress=true (currently undocumented): Or in your e2e.js, you could insert the ProgressPlugin into the Service instance’s webpackChainFns
In a vue cli 3 project I want to display a version number in the webpage. The version number lies in the package.json file. The only reference to this that I found is this link in the vue forum. However, I can’t get the proposed solution to work. Things I tried Use webpack.definePlugin as in the linked resource: vue.config.js Then in main.ts I read process.env, but it does not contain VERSION (I tried several variants to this, like generating a PACKAGE_JSON field like in the linked page, and generating plain values like ‘foo’ instead of reading from package-json). It never
I migrated to Webpack 4 and set up everything according to the Docs, however, my vendors.js chunk is not getting compiled like the main.js chunk. I have placed the vendors into the optimization.splitChunks.cacheGroups object, as the docs suggested, but didnt find a way to make these “cacheGroups” get compiled with babel. My problem is that one of the libraries has a ES6 class and now IE11 isnt working due to this fact. My webpack optimization object looks like: Is there a way to force webpack to compile vendors with babel as well? Regards Answer you should have posted the entire