[FlexJS] State of the examples

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[FlexJS] State of the examples

Christofer Dutz
Hi,

Today I finally found some time to investigate why the Maven Jenkins Build is red for over 10 days now. It turns out that one of my integration-tests was failing.
So, I thought that this might be related to some recent refactoring reducing the number of divs and generally the structure of the generated HTML and all I would have to do is to adjust some selectors.

So, I fired up the integration-test tomcat and had a look at the application.

Right now, I’m only testing FlexJSStore and the HelloWorld in my rudimentary test-suite. And FlexJSStore seems completely broken. I can see the logo and three buttons, but nothing is happening if I click on one of them. So, it seems my little integration-test is doing its job nicely. Unfortunately, right now I have no clue at why it’s not working and I’m still filled up with a shi*load of work for my paid job. It would however be great if you could have a look and eventually fix what’s broken.


-          ChartExample (is an empty browser window, but I know you’re still working on this)

-          DataBindingExample (Doesn’t seem to get a quote)

-          DataBindingExample_as (Same … but additionally layout seems changed/broken)

-          DataBindingExample_Flat (Same as DataBindingExample)

-          FlexJSStore (Only the logo and three buttons displayed and these have no function)

-          FlexJSStore_jquery (Only the logo and three buttons displayed and these have no function)

-          FlexTeamPage_MDL (Empty browser page)

-          FlexWebsiteStatsViewer (Doesn’t get/display any stats)

-          MobileTrader (Buttons don’t seem to be doing anything)

-          TeamPage (All text in one line, can’t scroll)

-          TodoListSampleApp (All entries seem to be in one place above the list … no list shown)

Right now, it seems as if most of our examples no longer work. I think we should make sure they do. And I think it would be worth investing more time in creating some Integration tests, which rudimentary test our applications. I doubt we will make people fond of FlexJS if most of our examples don’t work. Or is there just some work in progress and things will be running smoothly in a few days?

Chris
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Re: [FlexJS] State of the examples

Harbs
Thanks for looking into this.

Between Peter’s changes to layouts and Alex’s changes to requires, things are much more fragile than they were.

Both sets of changes will be good once ironed out, but there’s still work to do to get there.

I’ve been getting weird errors related to missing dependencies and requires. I need to come up with some simple test cases to demonstrate them though.

Getting all the examples to compile and work is probably the best way to see if we can get these issues resolved.

> On Apr 3, 2017, at 5:33 PM, Christofer Dutz <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> Today I finally found some time to investigate why the Maven Jenkins Build is red for over 10 days now. It turns out that one of my integration-tests was failing.
> So, I thought that this might be related to some recent refactoring reducing the number of divs and generally the structure of the generated HTML and all I would have to do is to adjust some selectors.
>
> So, I fired up the integration-test tomcat and had a look at the application.
>
> Right now, I’m only testing FlexJSStore and the HelloWorld in my rudimentary test-suite. And FlexJSStore seems completely broken. I can see the logo and three buttons, but nothing is happening if I click on one of them. So, it seems my little integration-test is doing its job nicely. Unfortunately, right now I have no clue at why it’s not working and I’m still filled up with a shi*load of work for my paid job. It would however be great if you could have a look and eventually fix what’s broken.
>
>
> -          ChartExample (is an empty browser window, but I know you’re still working on this)
>
> -          DataBindingExample (Doesn’t seem to get a quote)
>
> -          DataBindingExample_as (Same … but additionally layout seems changed/broken)
>
> -          DataBindingExample_Flat (Same as DataBindingExample)
>
> -          FlexJSStore (Only the logo and three buttons displayed and these have no function)
>
> -          FlexJSStore_jquery (Only the logo and three buttons displayed and these have no function)
>
> -          FlexTeamPage_MDL (Empty browser page)
>
> -          FlexWebsiteStatsViewer (Doesn’t get/display any stats)
>
> -          MobileTrader (Buttons don’t seem to be doing anything)
>
> -          TeamPage (All text in one line, can’t scroll)
>
> -          TodoListSampleApp (All entries seem to be in one place above the list … no list shown)
>
> Right now, it seems as if most of our examples no longer work. I think we should make sure they do. And I think it would be worth investing more time in creating some Integration tests, which rudimentary test our applications. I doubt we will make people fond of FlexJS if most of our examples don’t work. Or is there just some work in progress and things will be running smoothly in a few days?
>
> Chris

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Re: [FlexJS] State of the examples

Harbs
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Has anyone tested js:ComboBox recently? I just tried one and it’s not working very well. I don’t know if it’s something I’m doing wrong, or it’s currently broken.

> On Apr 3, 2017, at 5:33 PM, Christofer Dutz <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> Today I finally found some time to investigate why the Maven Jenkins Build is red for over 10 days now. It turns out that one of my integration-tests was failing.
> So, I thought that this might be related to some recent refactoring reducing the number of divs and generally the structure of the generated HTML and all I would have to do is to adjust some selectors.
>
> So, I fired up the integration-test tomcat and had a look at the application.
>
> Right now, I’m only testing FlexJSStore and the HelloWorld in my rudimentary test-suite. And FlexJSStore seems completely broken. I can see the logo and three buttons, but nothing is happening if I click on one of them. So, it seems my little integration-test is doing its job nicely. Unfortunately, right now I have no clue at why it’s not working and I’m still filled up with a shi*load of work for my paid job. It would however be great if you could have a look and eventually fix what’s broken.
>
>
> -          ChartExample (is an empty browser window, but I know you’re still working on this)
>
> -          DataBindingExample (Doesn’t seem to get a quote)
>
> -          DataBindingExample_as (Same … but additionally layout seems changed/broken)
>
> -          DataBindingExample_Flat (Same as DataBindingExample)
>
> -          FlexJSStore (Only the logo and three buttons displayed and these have no function)
>
> -          FlexJSStore_jquery (Only the logo and three buttons displayed and these have no function)
>
> -          FlexTeamPage_MDL (Empty browser page)
>
> -          FlexWebsiteStatsViewer (Doesn’t get/display any stats)
>
> -          MobileTrader (Buttons don’t seem to be doing anything)
>
> -          TeamPage (All text in one line, can’t scroll)
>
> -          TodoListSampleApp (All entries seem to be in one place above the list … no list shown)
>
> Right now, it seems as if most of our examples no longer work. I think we should make sure they do. And I think it would be worth investing more time in creating some Integration tests, which rudimentary test our applications. I doubt we will make people fond of FlexJS if most of our examples don’t work. Or is there just some work in progress and things will be running smoothly in a few days?
>
> Chris

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Re: [FlexJS] State of the examples

Peter Ent
I haven't tried it yet. I have it on my list. I'll take a look at it today.
‹peter

On 4/4/17, 11:05 AM, "Harbs" <[hidden email]> wrote:

>Has anyone tested js:ComboBox recently? I just tried one and it¹s not
>working very well. I don¹t know if it¹s something I¹m doing wrong, or
>it¹s currently broken.
>
>> On Apr 3, 2017, at 5:33 PM, Christofer Dutz <[hidden email]>
>>wrote:
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> Today I finally found some time to investigate why the Maven Jenkins
>>Build is red for over 10 days now. It turns out that one of my
>>integration-tests was failing.
>> So, I thought that this might be related to some recent refactoring
>>reducing the number of divs and generally the structure of the generated
>>HTML and all I would have to do is to adjust some selectors.
>>
>> So, I fired up the integration-test tomcat and had a look at the
>>application.
>>
>> Right now, I¹m only testing FlexJSStore and the HelloWorld in my
>>rudimentary test-suite. And FlexJSStore seems completely broken. I can
>>see the logo and three buttons, but nothing is happening if I click on
>>one of them. So, it seems my little integration-test is doing its job
>>nicely. Unfortunately, right now I have no clue at why it¹s not working
>>and I¹m still filled up with a shi*load of work for my paid job. It
>>would however be great if you could have a look and eventually fix
>>what¹s broken.
>>
>>
>> -          ChartExample (is an empty browser window, but I know you¹re
>>still working on this)
>>
>> -          DataBindingExample (Doesn¹t seem to get a quote)
>>
>> -          DataBindingExample_as (Same Š but additionally layout seems
>>changed/broken)
>>
>> -          DataBindingExample_Flat (Same as DataBindingExample)
>>
>> -          FlexJSStore (Only the logo and three buttons displayed and
>>these have no function)
>>
>> -          FlexJSStore_jquery (Only the logo and three buttons
>>displayed and these have no function)
>>
>> -          FlexTeamPage_MDL (Empty browser page)
>>
>> -          FlexWebsiteStatsViewer (Doesn¹t get/display any stats)
>>
>> -          MobileTrader (Buttons don¹t seem to be doing anything)
>>
>> -          TeamPage (All text in one line, can¹t scroll)
>>
>> -          TodoListSampleApp (All entries seem to be in one place above
>>the list Š no list shown)
>>
>> Right now, it seems as if most of our examples no longer work. I think
>>we should make sure they do. And I think it would be worth investing
>>more time in creating some Integration tests, which rudimentary test our
>>applications. I doubt we will make people fond of FlexJS if most of our
>>examples don¹t work. Or is there just some work in progress and things
>>will be running smoothly in a few days?
>>
>> Chris
>

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Re: [FlexJS] State of the examples

Harbs
No rush. I don’t need it personally.

> On Apr 4, 2017, at 1:04 PM, Peter Ent <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> I haven't tried it yet. I have it on my list. I'll take a look at it today.
> ‹peter
>
> On 4/4/17, 11:05 AM, "Harbs" <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>> Has anyone tested js:ComboBox recently? I just tried one and itąs not
>> working very well. I donąt know if itąs something Iąm doing wrong, or
>> itąs currently broken.
>>
>>> On Apr 3, 2017, at 5:33 PM, Christofer Dutz <[hidden email]>
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> Today I finally found some time to investigate why the Maven Jenkins
>>> Build is red for over 10 days now. It turns out that one of my
>>> integration-tests was failing.
>>> So, I thought that this might be related to some recent refactoring
>>> reducing the number of divs and generally the structure of the generated
>>> HTML and all I would have to do is to adjust some selectors.
>>>
>>> So, I fired up the integration-test tomcat and had a look at the
>>> application.
>>>
>>> Right now, Iąm only testing FlexJSStore and the HelloWorld in my
>>> rudimentary test-suite. And FlexJSStore seems completely broken. I can
>>> see the logo and three buttons, but nothing is happening if I click on
>>> one of them. So, it seems my little integration-test is doing its job
>>> nicely. Unfortunately, right now I have no clue at why itąs not working
>>> and Iąm still filled up with a shi*load of work for my paid job. It
>>> would however be great if you could have a look and eventually fix
>>> whatąs broken.
>>>
>>>
>>> -          ChartExample (is an empty browser window, but I know youąre
>>> still working on this)
>>>
>>> -          DataBindingExample (Doesnąt seem to get a quote)
>>>
>>> -          DataBindingExample_as (Same Š but additionally layout seems
>>> changed/broken)
>>>
>>> -          DataBindingExample_Flat (Same as DataBindingExample)
>>>
>>> -          FlexJSStore (Only the logo and three buttons displayed and
>>> these have no function)
>>>
>>> -          FlexJSStore_jquery (Only the logo and three buttons
>>> displayed and these have no function)
>>>
>>> -          FlexTeamPage_MDL (Empty browser page)
>>>
>>> -          FlexWebsiteStatsViewer (Doesnąt get/display any stats)
>>>
>>> -          MobileTrader (Buttons donąt seem to be doing anything)
>>>
>>> -          TeamPage (All text in one line, canąt scroll)
>>>
>>> -          TodoListSampleApp (All entries seem to be in one place above
>>> the list Š no list shown)
>>>
>>> Right now, it seems as if most of our examples no longer work. I think
>>> we should make sure they do. And I think it would be worth investing
>>> more time in creating some Integration tests, which rudimentary test our
>>> applications. I doubt we will make people fond of FlexJS if most of our
>>> examples donąt work. Or is there just some work in progress and things
>>> will be running smoothly in a few days?
>>>
>>> Chris
>>
>