For instance, if I come across a need for the "spread operator", I may need to look up a quick example for syntax reference, but I know I can use it and I will put it to use. Or I may devise another method that may work out better long term, considering the potential future expansion of that particular code. Or I may just prefer another approach (e.g., I prefer `slice()` and `concat()` for copying arrays (but would always go with whatever coding guide I'm working with, if any)).
Anecdotal disclaimer: Using unfamiliar functionality can take me a half dozen trial and error attempts, but I always …
You'll see in a previous blog that I got Apache 2 running with TomCat. Yesterday, I decided to intergrate PHP. Unfortunatley, I ran into pretty much the same issue as I ran into with associating TomCat with Apache: A DLL issue, which provides the error "The requested operation has failed" when attempting to start the Apache server.
The trick to getting PHP working with Apache is that there are multiple DLL files provided with the 5.2 release of PHP.
php5apache.dll php5apache2.dll php5apache2_2.dll
The php5apache2_2.dll file is the DLL you want to use with Apache 2.2. Don't rename it, just point your httpd.conf file to it. You'll read in many places that these are the entries you need to add to your httpd.conf file:
Put this line where you see a bunch of other LoadModule lines (leave the php5_module named just like this, even if you don't install PHP to a C:/php5 folder. The DLL file looks for the name.) LoadModule php5_module "C:/php/php5apache2_2.dll
Redux 4 > createStore > compose
The ErrorTypeError: Cannot read property 'apply' of undefined
The Problem and Solution
If you've gone through a tutorial in which they suggest adding the Redux Dev Tools in your store.js like this:
window.__REDUX_DEVTOOLS_EXTENSION__ && window.__REDUX_DEVTOOLS_EXTENSION__()
But they're using it inside of a compose(), you could receive a Type Error for an undefined when the extension is not enabled (or present).
The correct way to implement the Redux Dev Tools within a compose is as follows: