Frontity beta version installed at the first time!


I am too tired for finding place for my post and I need to go to bed soon. But I just wanted to share that I installed beta version, connected it to my blog and built test menu. It took 22 mins for doing it the first time. I think that it is amazing. It took 1-3 days for setting up the same with Next.js at the first time.
Ok, that’s all for today. I’ll come back tomorrow.


Indeed it is amazing @marika.kononen :blush:

Thanks a lot for sharing your firsts impressions! Keep us posted, and let us know anything we can improve!

P.d. I think we can officially name you the first Frontity Framework user! :raised_hands:


That’s amazing @marika.kononen! :smile:

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I think we can officially name you the first Frontity Framework user

=> Sounds good!! :partying_face:

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@marika.kononen How are you doing? Did you have any trouble?

Hi @luisherranz, thanks for asking!
My kids have been sick, so I haven’t had time to focus on Frontity.

I have been wondering one thing, if I try to click and open one post from the home page, I will get ‘404 page not found error’.

Is this something which should be work by default after installing Frontity & using starter-theme, or do I need to make some code changes? I am still learning React & WordPress + mixing them, so not sure is this desired outcome. :grin:

webpack-internal:///./node_modules/@frontity/wp-source/src/actions.ts:8 An error ocurred fetching ‘/2019/02/20/how-to-display-upcoming-events-by-using-wp_query-and-advanced-custom-fields/’:
TypeError: Cannot read property ‘id’ of undefined
at eval (webpack-internal:///./node_modules/@frontity/wp-source/src/libraries/handlers/page.ts:5)
at ()
at asyncGeneratorStep (webpack-internal:///./node_modules/@frontity/wp-source/src/libraries/handlers/page.ts:3)
at _next (webpack-internal:///./node_modules/@frontity/wp-source/src/libraries/handlers/page.ts:3)

handlers.js?c9ee:23 Uncaught TypeError: Object.prototype.defineGetter: Expecting function
at Object.defineGetter ()
at Object.get (handlers.js?c9ee:23)
at backend.js:1
at Array.forEach ()
at t.value (backend.js:1)
at t.value (backend.js:1)
at e (backend.js:1)

Oh, I noticed the problem was reported and fix provided. I updated Frontity and it’s working now. Thanks! :slightly_smiling_face:


I hope they are better now :relaxed:

Yesss, that was our fault, sorry about that!

Yes, my kids are now ok and I can focus more on coding again. :raised_hands:

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