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Feb 1, 2023 โ‹… 17 min read

Building a multi-framework dashboard with Astro

Emanuel Suriano Hi ๐Ÿ‘‹ I build stuff with JavaScript ๐Ÿ’ป Once a month I write an article โœ๏ธ and sometimes I give talks ๐Ÿ’ฌ

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2 Replies to "Building a multi-framework dashboard with Astro"

  1. Hi and thanks for the tutorial.
    It’s interesting the idea to combine components created using different frameworks.

    I’m following the steps but using npm instead of yarn, and I’m facing an error while trying to install the svelte-material-design-ui. The astro CLI is outputing that “svelte-material-ui is not an official Astro package” and if I chose to continue anyway it fails and returns “svelte-material-ui doesn’t appear to be an integration or an adapter”.

    Any solution?

    Thanks ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Hey Bernat,

    Have you tried forking the repo, and install the dependencies using npm? The Astro ecosystem is constantly changing and most probably you ended with a more up-to-date dependency of the tool. Try installing the same version that I used, and see if the warning is gone.

    Also, I highly recommend joining the Astro Discord channel. I encountered many issues while writing the article, and I found myself talking in one of the help channels about issues rather than scrolling through Stack Overflow ๐Ÿ™‚

    Hope you can find the solution!

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