User A opens the “file” in the browser and starts editing. User B opens the same file and does some edits as well. I’ve been looking around for such platforms, but I have not had any luck. Perhaps things are being pulled in another way in headless mode?
We’re caching this calculated width in a rowWidth variable that is scoped outside our function so we don’t waste time calculating it every time the element is resized. The Raygun4JS captureUnhandledRejections flag is set to true by default. If this is enabled it will automatically send unhandled exceptions to Raygun. For unhandledrejection event browser support, please refer to the MDN documentation. As a workaround, you can specify the –skip-js-errors flag when starting TestCafe.
There is a better way to do the same thing — without window.onerror “acrobatics”. Don’t use onerror — use addEventListener with “error” as event type, and stopPropagation to stop propagation of the event as needed. Alternatively, add the event listener on the object you suspect of actually firing the error event, and stop propagation there. This has been covered in detail in answers to related questions. I am using HTML video player to play videos inside the lightning component and while I am expanding and collapsing the video then getting an errorThis page has an error. If you’re not familiar with Vue template syntax, don’t sweat it too much.
The error will be captured by the unhandledrejection global event listener, if this is available in the browser. This is a legitimate problem, and the runtime error is in the console code. Regardless of what’s in the CSV, the console should not have these errors, and we shouldn’t be ignoring the exception in our tests. In my case, the issue “ResizeObserver – loop limit exceeded” was triggered because of window.addEventListener(“resize” and React’s React.useState. The GatherObservations function will return a min_depth of 4096, in case there are no observers, and in that case, we will get the “ResizeObserver loop limit exceeded” error. The function sums up the widths of all the buttons, including margin, to figure out how wide the container needs to be to show all the buttons in a row.
The problem occurred only in Electron apps on window resize. In the console an error message was just “Uncaught null”, however the real message was “ResizeObserver loop limit exceeded”. ResizeObserver avoids infinite callback loops and cyclic dependencies that are often created when resizing via a callback function. It does this by only processing elements deeper in the DOM in subsequent frames.
But that isn’t something you could script, is it? If I could launch mulitple test suites in parallel, but run each suites’ tests in series, then I suppose I could get something to work with enough tactical sleep/find/waitFor calls. To install your own listener, the easiest thing would be to edit node_modules/intern/index.html and install a listener on window before intern gets loaded. The Unhandled error prefix is only shown in the browser console. As you can see, the test succeeds, and then the error is thrown.
Version release cadence and project activity because the last version was released less than a year ago. A reference object with .current set to a ResizeObserver or undefined. Vimeo’s engineers are looking into it on their end , and I’ll update this thread when I hear back from them!
The ResizeObserver error is from my unit tests in the browser. I am attempting to catch it, but it is happening async and not within my tests. The test that causes the error completes successfully before the error occurs. I’ve tried listening to window.onerror with no luck. My tests all work, but Intern gets its stats all wrong as a result.
Remember that work problem I mentioned where I needed to responsively move buttons into a dropdown menu? Once we know the minimum width needed for all the buttons, we can compare that to the new container width and transform the row into a column if the buttons won’t fit. To achieve that, we’re simply toggling a container-vertical class on the container.