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I have a OS project written in TypeScript that I am migrating toward webpack,However, I cannot build the project currently due to this errorERROR in ./src/store/GigaStore.tsModule not found: Error: Ca
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i am currently working on a web application using React, Typescript and WebPack. I want WebPack to generate images Urls according to a subdomain that i only know on runtime and not during the compile
 ? How to use the "__webpack_public_path__" variable in my WebPack configuration?

i am currently working on a web application using React, Typescript and WebPack. I want WebPack to generate images Urls according to a subdomain that i only know on runtime and not during the compile
 ? How to use the "__webpack_public_path__" variable in my WebPack configuration?

i am currently working on a web application using React, Typescript and WebPack. I want WebPack to generate images Urls according to a subdomain that i only know on runtime and not during the compile
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I'm trying to configure webpack with isomorphic-style-loader but I keep getting the following message. (I'm not really in need of using isomorphism so if there is an easier way to do this I would not
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I have been following the ui-router-react docs (https://ui-router.github.io/react/) I am having a lot of issues with webpack compiling my codebase when importingimport {UIRouter, UIView, UISref, UISre
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I'm using Typescript (version 2.2.1) in VSCode (version 1.10.2) for my React Native project and I'm trying to get the compiler to map *.android.ts and *.ios.ts paths by using the instructions at:https
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I am consuming a React component called shiitake from npm into my project where I use TypeScript. That library does not have TypeScript declarations so I thought I would write one. The declaration fil
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EDIT: I rewrote this question to clarify what I'm after - thank you to the people who have responded so far helping me hone it.I am trying to understand how best to manage complex, nested state in Rea
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I have two images and got to display one of them every alternate day.I'm using http://momentjs.com/ and checking if the storedDate = currentDate as per below code. However, I see that the state of the
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I'm using jQuery to create event bindings in a ReactJS component's componentDidMount function, which seems like the right place to do this.$('body').on('defaultSearchContext.registerQueryEditor', (fun
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What is wrong with my code?I have an error when I get JSON from an API: this.setState is not a functionCode:class App extends React.Component { constructor(props) { super(props); this.sta
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I have been reading the React docs and came across shouldComponentUpdate(). My understanding is that everytime setState() is called, a re-render of that component will be updated. My question is that
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This is what I would like to do:constructor(props, store) { props.store = store; super(props);};I get the following error: Uncaught TypeError: Can't add property store, object is not extensibleI un
 ? ReactJS - ES6 class - call super() with augmented properties

This is what I would like to do:constructor(props, store) { props.store = store; super(props);};I get the following error: Uncaught TypeError: Can't add property store, object is not extensibleI un
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This is what I would like to do:constructor(props, store) { props.store = store; super(props);};I get the following error: Uncaught TypeError: Can't add property store, object is not extensibleI un

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