TrentDPT

TrentDPT

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Replied to Jetstream With Additional Livewire Pages

This page https://github.com/laravel/jetstream/issues/57 discusses utilizing a different format than Route::livewire('')

However, when I do that i get an error that states Cannont find [PAGE] class where page is the name of my page.

I'm trying to get to the point where I can use Livewire like an SPA, but am unsure how to actually call livewire pages in Jetstream. It doesnt seem to utilize the same syntax in web.php

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Replied to Jetstream With Additional Livewire Pages

Ah, I found it all under vendor/laravel/jetstream/routes/livewire and the controller under vendor/laravel/jetstream/src/http/livewire/userprofilecontroller

I would assume that we don't want to add routes in there, so what is the expected process for adding additional routes? I tried the Route::livewire('') approach in web.php, but that didnt have the desired effect

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Started a new Conversation Jetstream With Additional Livewire Pages

I'm a bit confused on the structure of Jetstream.

I cant seem to find how they route from dashboard to the /user/profile page, and am I supposed to replicate process for additional pages?

Or am I supposed to use the Route::livewire('') method?

My goal is to add onto Jetstream, but utilize Livewire features of creating a SPA like site. Suggestions on where to go?

Jun
15
4 months ago
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Started a new Conversation Livewire & Chartisan Chartjs

Does any one have any good examples or walk through on how to do quality charts that update well in Livewire?

I've only found one such example and it was a bit too complex for me to follow. Appreciate it in advance.

May
30
5 months ago
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Replied to Slack UserID Vs Display Name

I was asking if you knew any resources that could help walk me through that answer you gave, since utilization of slackbot and how to do an api call to slack are beyond me currently

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Replied to Slack UserID Vs Display Name

@bobbybouwmann Any chance you can point me in the right direction or possibly the right search language to find that?

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Replied to Slack UserID Vs Display Name

Apologies if this was unclear, @bobbybouwmann

I was trying to go off of this, which demonstrated you could use @username. Though in the Laravel Docs it just states

to->('#other')

https://github.com/gpressutto5/laravel-slack https://laravel.com/docs/7.x/notifications#slack-notifications

However, you are correct that what seems to be the current situation is that you need to know the user's ID in order to put

to->(@userID)

My question is how do people currently utilize this? Do they just go through individually and note all the user's IDs and log them locally into their own database? Do they somehow pull all those IDs in some sort of call to Slack?

What I would like to do is the following. I have worked through some of the Laracast notification systems, and I would like to have it so that if someone is "subscribed" to a case, that if that case gets a new reply they receive a direct message on the Slack system. I know that its possible if I have their UserID, but what if I have an open website, and an open slack team where I may have people joining at a large scale and so how do I gather all of those userIds from slack and match them up to user's on the website

Does that shine more light on the situation?

May
29
5 months ago
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Started a new Conversation Slack UserID Vs Display Name

Hey Everyone,

I recently linked up Laravel (current build I have is 5.5.*) to Laravel-slack. It works great with channels, but I noticed the at the only way I can post a message in slack for Direct Messages is if I use the UserID of the individual, not their display name.

Is this a new situation that Slack has changed their process? Is there a work around? Is there a way to have the Slack workgroup shoot over all the userids or even emails over to Laravel?

How have people solved this issue?

Thanks