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Electron & React-BoilerPlate white screen

I have this app that works perfectly fine in Dev mode but not in Production. My folder structure are (build,dist,node_modules,public,src). build dist node_modules public Main.js index.html src index.tsx In my package.json { "name": "test", "version": "0.8.0", "description": "test welness", "author": "Remote Buddy Inc.", "homepage": "./", "main": "public/Main.js", "dependencies": { "@aspnet/signalr": "^1.1.4", "@craco/craco": "^5.6.2", "abp-web-resources": "^5.1.1", […]

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React hooks widget works when used directly but not when imported from NPM

I have a moderately simple example of a React Hooks widget whose function it is to provide context hooks to provide state that can set a few strings and switch the current Material UI theme. Here is the working demo. By clicking on the button labeled “NEXT THEME” you can see the page toggle between […]

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How to make npm start work on a cloned React repository?

I have created a new github repository with files from a working project I downloaded from another github repository of mine. I have run npm install. When I try npm start, I get the following error: npm ERR! missing script: start npm ERR! A complete log of this run can be found in: npm ERR! […]

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Caused by: java.lang.Exception: Command `config` unrecognized

After Running Copied React-native project: Caused by: java.lang.Exception: Command config unrecognized. Make sure that you have run npm install and that you are inside a react-native project. I did npm install but it didn’t help. Package.json { “name”: “ProjectName”, “version”: “0.0.1”, “private”: true, “scripts”: { “android”: “react-native run-android”, “ios”: “react-native run-ios”, “start”: “react-native start”, “test”: […]

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Error rendering react-redux functional component when data is deleted from firestore (useFirestoreConnect)

My ArticleList component is successfully getting & displaying the user’s list of articles from firestore when I first load the app. The user can click a “Remove Article” button, which successfully removes the article from the subcollection in firestore, but it causes an error in the rendering of the react component, which seems to still […]

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I cannot configure my package.js file for ReactJS

This is the error: Insufficient number of arguments or no entry found. Alternatively, run ‘webpack(-cli) –help’ for usage info. And this is the code in my package.json file: { “name”: “reactredux”, “version”: “1.0.0”, “description”: “React”, “main”: “index.js”, “scripts”: { “start”: “npm run build”, “build”: “webpack -d && copy src/index.html dist/index.html && webpack-dev-server –content-base src/ –inline […]

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Eslint config error. ESLint couldn’t find the config “dev” to extend from

I’m trying to set up eslint to TS react project, but run into err: > eslint . Oops! Something went wrong! 🙁 ESLint: 6.8.0. ESLint couldn’t find the config “dev” to extend from. Please check that the name of the config is correct. The config “dev” was referenced from the config file in “C:\Users\User\Desktop\priority-style-react\example\node_modules\@csstools\convert-colors\package.json”. If […]

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Heroku Deployment Continues to Fail at “Pruning devDependencies” Step

I continue to have issues deploying to Heroku and I can’t find out what is going wrong for the life of me. The Heroku error log tells me this after it successfully builds my react app: —–> Caching build – node_modules —–> Pruning devDependencies npm ERR! Cannot read property ‘match’ of undefined Here is my […]

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Axios post request fails to use proxy

I’m currently testing out the endpoints on my server via a React client using Axios. I have a proxy (http://localhost:8080) set up in my package.JSON for my client. All my GET requests are successful. My POST requests on the other-hand all fail to make use of the proxy provided in package.JSON, instead, it’s using (http://localhost:3000). […]