ACP: JavaScript

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    @v_risalab i figured it out. The acp code uses browserify and the widget code uses webpack!

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    How to require local utilities in my acpScript properly? I want to separate functions in my acpScript of my plugin into several JS files. My acpScipt is located at path public/lib/admin/index.js with codes:

    'use strict'; /* globals socket, define, require */ define( 'admin/plugins/myPlugin', [ 'myAdminUtilities' ], function (util) { const Admin = {}; Admin.init = function () { socket.emit( 'plugins.myPlugin.getData', myAdminUtilities.handleResponse, ); }; return Admin; } );

    Then, file myAdminUtilities is located at path public/lib/admin/utils.js with codes:

    define('admin/plugins/myAdminUtilities', function () { const adminUtils = {}; adminUtils.handleResponse = function (error, data) { // process data ... }; return adminUtils; });

    Also, I have modified my plugin.json with following:

    { ... "modules": { "myAdminUtilities": "public/lib/admin/utils.js" }, ... }

    But, I get get admin/plugins/myAdminUtilities (404 Not found) every time I enter my plugin ACP page. What's the proper way to reach my goal?

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    in the client, those values are stored in

    For your jQuery, you don't append a closing tag, it does that automatically. When you want to insert the element into the div, you need to use appendTo(). Also, unless your label has additional data, I recommend using html() instead of text().

    Here's a fiddle. I also added an ID to the new label so it isn't added more than once.

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    templates.render ('tpl/name', {}, function() { // templates.cache['tpl/name'] });

    I think so anyways, I'm writing this from my phone

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    i removed pidfile and it started normally