I assume it’s a gulp build problem when deploying because it only injects css/js when I build locally. I tested my problem out and when running locally I see the injected css and js files in the html files. Idk if including a build log would help. I always do get that minor error saying it can’t find ./.env when deploying.
I’m just trying to render a page in a MS Teams tab, but it only shows the Loading… html element. I’m not able to set it in a team tab because the save button is disabled.
After speaking with the dev who made the generator-teams package, he’s saying something is misconfigured with my server files. I honestly don’t know what else could be causing these syntax errors. @gregraven
When I build locally then set the publish directory to the build folder, the log says it can’t find a ./.env file. I figured that building locally it would already have included the .env file. Should I exclude the gulp build command if I already build locally? I’m not sure it would resolve the unexpected token < issue. @perry
Is it because I can’t build this with express? I’m aware netlify supports express serving static files, but I just realized that none of my react tsx files are in a static folder lol. It actually worked on heroku for the first try. Well, loading the main webpage.