a bit confused and surprised with Wave and Devdojo

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  • jose-valle 1 month ago
    Hi,
    
    Already signed for Wave a few minutes ago.
    
    1- The only place where I found installation instructions after search for a while was in videos.
    
    2- I have not much idea of Laravel, hoping to continue learning while use Wave, but while do composer install, got at this point @php artisan package:discover, following error:
    	In DuskServiceProvider.php line 43:
    	It is unsafe to run Dusk in production.
    
    Searching in Google found recomendation to run: 
    	composer install --no-dev
    Package manifest generated sucessfully
    
    3-At Devdojo, user menu, at top right, using safari is not displayed. Have to access with Firefox to write this message.
    
    4-The search box I assume it works in forums too, but the autocompletion looks like allow search just in titles, probably is not the best option to search for something. Search in body messages looks necesary too.
    
    Thanks
    Jose

    Hi,

    Already signed for Wave a few minutes ago.

    1- The only place where I found installation instructions after search for a while was in videos.

    2- I have not much idea of Laravel, hoping to continue learning while use Wave, but while do composer install, got at this point @php artisan package:discover, following error: In DuskServiceProvider.php line 43: It is unsafe to run Dusk in production.

    Searching in Google found recomendation to run: composer install --no-dev Package manifest generated sucessfully

    3-At Devdojo, user menu, at top right, using safari is not displayed. Have to access with Firefox to write this message.

    4-The search box I assume it works in forums too, but the autocompletion looks like allow search just in titles, probably is not the best option to search for something. Search in body messages looks necesary too.

    Thanks Jose

  • Best Answer

    (As selected by jose-valle)

    farid-bouchdak 2 weeks ago
    Hi Jose,
    you can find more info at https://wave.devdojo.com/docs/1.0/welcome
    
    At first i have had difficulty to understand ***anything*** about wave, because the documentation doesn't provide enough information.
    You should know it is a ***Laravel-application*** with a ***Voyager-backend*** extended with ***SAAS-functionality*** (Wave).
    From the moment i realised this, i approached every error\quirck\etc by examining the *documentation of Laravel*, then the *documentation of Voyager* and finally the *documentation of Wave*.

    Hi Jose, you can find more info at https://wave.devdojo.com/docs/1.0/welcome

    At first i have had difficulty to understand anything about wave, because the documentation doesn't provide enough information. You should know it is a Laravel-application with a Voyager-backend extended with SAAS-functionality (Wave). From the moment i realised this, i approached every error\quirck\etc by examining the documentation of Laravel, then the documentation of Voyager and finally the documentation of Wave.

  • farid-bouchdak 2 weeks ago
    Hi Jose,
    you can find more info at https://wave.devdojo.com/docs/1.0/welcome
    
    At first i have had difficulty to understand ***anything*** about wave, because the documentation doesn't provide enough information.
    You should know it is a ***Laravel-application*** with a ***Voyager-backend*** extended with ***SAAS-functionality*** (Wave).
    From the moment i realised this, i approached every error\quirck\etc by examining the *documentation of Laravel*, then the *documentation of Voyager* and finally the *documentation of Wave*.

    Hi Jose, you can find more info at https://wave.devdojo.com/docs/1.0/welcome

    At first i have had difficulty to understand anything about wave, because the documentation doesn't provide enough information. You should know it is a Laravel-application with a Voyager-backend extended with SAAS-functionality (Wave). From the moment i realised this, i approached every error\quirck\etc by examining the documentation of Laravel, then the documentation of Voyager and finally the documentation of Wave.

  • jose-valle 6 days ago
    Thanks for your reply @farid-bouchdak. I will still trying.

    Thanks for your reply @farid-bouchdak. I will still trying.

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