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I am a beginner in Haskell and I am still studying and I stopped at the problem that has to do with monads.
The problem is that I want to show the comment writer in the template.
I can't do that because when I add a comment from the database it is always in the Handler monad.
Maybe my whole idea is wrong I don't know.
This is the comment entity:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-05 at 15:13
you should be able to use it in the same way you use
comments there: bind it to a local value and access this in your hamlet-file/code.
Of course you want to pair this up with the comment itself so I'd propose something like this:
With Firebase Cloud Storage Pricing, it says the price of "GB downloaded", "Upload operations", "download operations", then in the Blaze plan calculator it says "GB Transferred" and "Operations (uploads & downloads)".
With "GB downloaded" and "download operations", does it include when you view an image from within a mobile app via a url to an object in the bucket? Or only when you download the image to save the file on the device?
I have the same question for "GB transferred" - would viewing an image from a url within the mobile app count as GB transferred, and be whatever the size of the image is?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-03 at 21:59
With "GB downloaded" and "download operations", does it include when you view an image from within a mobile app via a url to an object in the bucket?
Accessing the file through the download URL also read the data for that file from the system, so are also charged as "GB downloaded" and "download operations".
The mention on "GB transferred" in the pricing calculator for Storage is a mistake, and should also be "GB downloaded". I've filed an internal bug to get that updated.
How to detect which tests pytest need to run?
Up to now I run all tests in CI. This is slow.
Isn't there a way to automatically detect which tests need to run, and only execute a fraction of the whole test suite?
Background: I am reading the Google SE book and read about their gigantic monorepo and that their tool Blaze can detect which tests need to run. Sounds very cool....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-05 at 12:39
You can add
@pytest.mark to the tests
I'm pretty new working on python and this is my first "big" project. This is what I have worked on for the day. I am trying to work on this project that randomly generates a name when you click on a category and press the generate button. It randomly generates one name but when I press the generate button again it doesn't display another name. That's what I'm trying to figure out. Also if anyone doesn't mind, how can I check a box and generate a name on that category.
Thank you very much...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-11 at 12:44
Your name choices are more naturally organized as
This Meteor code uses Meteor Blaze template helper that supplies some html elements with data from mongo collection.
Session.get as the selector so that when there is no value for the Session key then I get an empty object to the template so that I get no data i.e. blank element. But I still get values in some elements. mainly the editable
span and one
input elements as commented in the html file.
Where did I go wrong?
I am trying to clean the "form" when I fire an event by setting the
Session.set('plate', '') i.e. blank value for the session key 'plate', empty object, no data for the Blaze template, clears the elements, right?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-08 at 18:03
Well, no, an empty regex matches everything. This is easy to test if you open a mongo shell and run a query like that against any collection with content:
I recently completed google credit card verification to upgrade my firebase account to Blaze plan. But still in firebase console my current plan is shown as "Spark (Free)".
Is this any verification delay from google? or something went wrong?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-06 at 06:56
This issue happens when you have already completed the google cloud free trail period. You need to upgrade your billing account inorder to assign to a google cloud project (= firebase project).
This Meteor code does not print to console the
event.which so as to use tab key event when tabbing out of an editable div.
Why editable div? Because I can style part of the string which is not allowed in input element.
BTW: Where do I find a list of the events types for Meteor Blaze. There site only lists a very limited events. Other DOM events are available as well, but...
I tried some blur and onblur for no avail. How can I fire a tab key event on an editable div? Thanks...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-06 at 00:50
It works for me!
Here is a minimal, reproducible example:
How to log regular expression extractor value in results when ran through blaze-meter...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-29 at 05:59
If you're a BlazeMeter customer it could make more sense to contact BlazeMeter Support, most probably you will get more quick and professional response than trying to ask random people over the Internet for their opinions.
Whatever. What do you mean by "log"?
If you need to write the value to jmeter.log file - just add __logn() function somewhere in your script like:
According to https://firebase.google.com/pricing the hosting data transfer limit is 360 MB/day. In the firebase console, usage statistics for hosting/downloads are shown as percentage of 10GB/month.
From firebase FAQ, https://firebase.google.com/support/faq#pricing-blaze-free, "How is the free usage in the Blaze plan different from the free usage in the Spark plan?" --> "Free usage on the Blaze plan is calculated daily. [...]".
Like mentioned here, https://groups.google.com/g/firebase-talk/c/zEgCSA5-Zkc, the daily quota is used for the Blaze plan.
Is my assumption correct that within the Spark plan, data transfers (downloads) up to 10GB/month are possible without enforced daily limits (which would make the app temporarily unavailable)? Subsequently, there is no need to upgrade to Blaze plan just because of the hosting limits?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-28 at 09:56
The free quota for Firebase Quota is 360 MB / day. If you are on spark plan then your website won't be served on exceeding the quota. But if you are on Blaze plan, you still have the 360 MB / day free quota and you'll be charged only for the surplus usage over that quota.
For example if your usage was 900 MB for the day, you'll be charged for (900 - 360) = 540 MB of usage.
You'll see something like this on exceeding the 360 MB bandwidth for that day. To resume serving your site, you must upgrade to Blaze Plan.
I had a similar query long back and this is what Firebase Support said:
Firebase Hosting provides 10 GB of downloads in the free plan, if the consumption for a website is more than that, the Blaze plan should be used.
In your case, you/re on the Blaze plan, and you get those 10 GB/month (distributed in 360 MB/day) free of charge. Once the downloads go over the limit, you'll get charged for the exceeded amount.
You only get charged for what your website offers. If you embed resources from third parties, the browser makes requests to those sites instead of your Firebase website.
I'm currently using Quarkus combined with Blaze Persistence for my microservice. I have the following entity model:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-26 at 17:53
I got it working using Jackson annotation. Here's the base class:
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