When building a page with a Linear Progress bar, I thought it should have been partially filled and it wasn’t filled at all. Turns out it expected value to be between 0-100 and I was assuming it would have been 0-1. Best to check the documentation over just guessing, but we all know developers hate reading the documentation. So best do some tests to see which range it expects.
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Sometimes you just have to do a workaround when systems aren’t doing what they are supposed to, I have been building this API proxy for Weather Driver. Dokku / NGINX wasn’t passing the proper headers to my server, so I had to do a workaround.
The work around I came up with was to pass all the values in as part of the Request body. I still would like to figure out what the initial problem was caused by. If I come up with a full solution I will post back here about it.
func_name().then(). The then part of handling an async function normally takes a function to handle when the async function completes, however you can exclude that function if you don’t care about the result.