Patricio Beltran PatoBeltran @microsoft Seattle, WA UX Software Enginner at Microsoft working on @Azure IoT

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I2D System

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Script para descargar los boletines judiciales en México.

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An update to teacher's archaic HTML page for form elements

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Platform to share your dreams

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Videojuego que busca ayudar a los niños a aprender sobre la higiene

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School project that consists of a jeopardy for teachers to use in their classes

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Repositorio que albergara una cantidad de métodos numéricos que serán realizados como parte del curso "Métodos numéricos en la Ingeniería".

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Site for trying to give information of political candidates to citizens

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issue commentformium/formik

Manual validation should have a flag to touch all fields

@CristianoYL I've found that there is, if you run formik.setTouched(setNestedObjectValues(errors, true)) where errors is the result of formik.validateForm() you get all the fields touched.... the problem is that you have to do it manually, instead of having an option to do it within validateForm... this is the code I have, which is basically a copy of what handleSubmit inside formik does.

const errors = await form.validateForm();
if (Object.keys(errors).length === 0) {
  // Form is valid, do any success call
} else {
  form.setTouched(setNestedObjectValues<FormikTouched<FormValues>>(errors, true));

The problem is that if you want to touch all the fields every time you run manual validation you have to do this code all the time


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issue openedformium/formik

Manual validation should have a flag to touch all fields

🚀 Feature request

Current Behavior

When submitting a form today, formik's handleSubmit will run manual validation and then touch all fields to show the validation errors to the user.

If you run manual validation this behavior is not there, you have to manually check the results of the validation and touch all fields using setNestedObjectValues (basically mimic what handleSubmit does)

Desired Behavior

formik's validate form should have a flag that lets the user have the exact same behavior as handleSubmit to avoid having to use setNestedObjectValues every time you trigger manual validation.

Suggested Solution

Adding an optional setTouched?: boolean parameter to validateForm to do this behavior.

I'll be willing to do a PR for this! Let me know if you agree with the approach or if this has been considered but there's a reason not to add it. Thanks!

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issue commentmicrosoft/vscode-remote-release

Can no longer forward to port 80 as it is in use (apparently)?

I'm facing this same issue with port 443.

I have a server running windows where I have docker and a web app configured to use ssl. I also have a windows client (laptop) that I use to connect with the ssh vscode extension. Using my windows machine, when I forward port 443 it works fine to assign local 443 to remote 443. In my Mac client, however, when I try forwarding port 443 it doesn't allow me (it does the same for any port < 1024) and just asking a random one to forward to remote 443.

In my case, since the app is configured with custom local domains I need it to be 443 in my local as well, which makes it so that I cannot use my Mac to test using this method.


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issue commentmicrosoft/fluentui

Command bar doesn't resize properly when on a flex child with flex-grow

@micahgodbolt this doesn't talk about children of the resize group, but when the resize group itself is a children of a flex item. The min-width: 0 approach that @aneeshack4 suggests seems to fix the issue in the codepen, but it doesn't work on our page.

Our site is a bit more complex than that so I'm working on getting a consistent repro that showcases the issue we are facing.


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pull request commentformium/formik

Extend setValue to use React.SetStateAction functionality

@jaredpalmer fixed merge conflicts


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Fix: return onSubmit promise result in submission (#2420)

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Tutorial Final Result fix (#2484)

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Update (#2460) minor docs fix. *Question*: the quotation section on line 30 says that "`component` ... props could also be used for rendering.". But we are actually saying that <Field component> is valid. This seems ... confusing. Is it that `render` is now deprecated but `component` is not, or is the use of `component` here different than `<Field component>` ?

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add "avoid nesting" section (#2459) for people who want to have properties with dots in its name

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Fix (#2555) Example code In the example this line breaks the code because of additional parentheses was added at the end <button type="button" onClick={() => validateForm().then(() => console.log('blah')))}> It should be <button type="button" onClick={() => validateForm().then(() => console.log('blah'))}>

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