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Released in 2016, Angular is a rewrite of AngularJS. It focuses on good mobile development, modularity, and improved dependency injection. Angular is designed to comprehensively address a developer's web application workflow.

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lancevalour commented Oct 23, 2019

Describe the bug
In the config.js addParameters function, if I set isFullscreen: true and open the webpage, it is fullscreen on startup. But if I set isFullscreen: false and open the webpage again, it is still full-screen on startup.

To Reproduce

  1. Set isFullscreen: true, open the webpage,
  2. Close the webpage or stop the server
  3. Set isFullscreen: false, open the webpa
dandv commented Jan 6, 2020
const XLSX = require('xlsx');

const wb = XLSX.utils.book_new();

const ws = XLSX.utils.json_to_sheet([]);

XLSX.utils.book_append_sheet(wb, ws, 'Bug sheet');

ws.A1 = { t: 's', f: 'square' };

XLSX.writeFile(wb, 'formula.ods');

The resulting .ODS file contains:

<table:table-cell table:formula="of:=square" office:value-type="string"><text:p>undefined</text:p></table
btxtiger commented Apr 19, 2020


Use StackBlitz to reproduce your issue:

Steps to reproduce:

  1. Create chip list input
  2. Disable form field

Expected Behavior

What behavior were you expecting to see?
Should be disabled, light gray color

Actual Behavior

What behavior did you actua

erkanarslan commented Mar 5, 2020

Provide version numbers for the following components (information can be retrieved by running tns info in your project folder or by inspecting the package.json of the project):

  • CLI: 6.2.2
  • Cross-platform modules: 6.0.1
  • Android Runtime: 6.2.0
  • iOS Runtime: 6.2.0
  • Plugin(s): unrelated

Describe the bug
openFile method of utils module does not preview the

rafamontoya commented Dec 16, 2018

On Windows10 machine, following README installation instructions:

c:\code\mean>npm start

mean@2.0.2 start c:\code\mean
concurrently -c "yellow.bold,green.bold" -n "SERVER,BUILD" "nodemon server" "ng build --watch"

[SERVER] [nodemon] 1.18.9
[SERVER] [nodemon] to restart at any time, enter rs
[SERVER] [nodemon] watching: .
[SERVER] [nodemon] starting node server
[SERVER] ../.

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pitust commented Jul 4, 2019

This uses the latest release of Onsen UI. In case the issue is not reproducible in desktop browsers, just follow the previous steps and also modify the platform version at the end (you can also open the mentioned site on a device).


Onsen UI Version: 2.10.8

Framework: react-dom 16.8.6 (I think it also forces react to be 16.8.6)

Framework binding: react-onsenui 1.11

Eugene-boop commented Nov 19, 2019

I'm a sorta newer in this field, so please don't blame for such question..
I'm trying to add this library to my project and don't really undestand why it's not working.
The next is part of my attempts:

<script src="" crossorigin></script>
<script src="" crossorigin></script>
vincentxavier commented Apr 13, 2020

I've not seen any oembed snippet code to add, and since it would be complicated to add a it to the reference file, you could give a snippet 👍

    "schemes": ["https:\/\/\/videos\/watch\/*"],

I've tried it and it works well on a Moodle Instance, where is a r

oyo-ravi-yadav commented Jan 16, 2020

Describe the bug
Getting this warning when building prod webpack config and running it

You are currently using minified code outside of NODE_ENV === 'production'. This means that you are
running a slower development build of Redux. You can use loose-envify
( for browserify or DefinePlugin for webpack
emanuelevivoli commented Apr 11, 2020


Hello everyone, I'm opening this issue because I'd like to improve the documentation on this feature that I found actually amazing for testing my firestore-triggered (and http-triggered) cloud functions locally, adding breakpoints.
I want to share it because I was struggling for many days in order to debug my cloud functions locally, and maybe improving documentation can be a be

jkjustjoshing commented Jun 14, 2017

In the TypeScript styleguide, you mention that "Use index.ts for the module definition file, so you can import the module by directory name", but then go on to use componentName.module.ts as the module file name. Do you recommend using index.ts (or index.js for ES6+ projects) or componentName.module.ts/js?

I personally like index.js, but it's only mentioned in passing in the TS style

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