I created a component library that is only text boxes - there are a lot of them, 75-83 per app. Nothing complicated though, only text boxes (same text box is used across 20+ apps). When I try to update the components in the app, it just perpetually is loading and then freezes. Is it because there's too many components?
I tried re-importing the components. That works, but I wouldn't recommend it, because you have to delete every instance of the component in your app to be able to import the updated version. I definitely wouldn't try this in one of your production apps and it's a lot of work (depending on how much components you use, of course).
It'd be nice to hear whether Microsoft knows about this issue, because I think this has an impact on a lot of users.
I'm also having this problem after having had no issues only yesterday. The only change I've made not to the component itself is to move the component library to a solution.
Edit: To clarify, the component doesn't recognise updates where I am already using it in an app, and where I try and add the component to a new application it freezes on the 'Loading' pop up and never imports.
Same here. I added a component to a form and somehow my galleries on that page, which I hadn't updated in days, just stopped working. I'm using the components to get around the control limit. I have rebuilt my app several times in the past few weeks. Every time, it breaks after adding components.
I tried removing all local components and recreated them as library components. Nothing works. *pulling hair out emoji* 👩🦲
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