kandi X-RAY | codetabs Summary
kandi X-RAY | codetabs Summary
GITHUB STARS GRAPHICAL HISTORY. Tool for know Alexa Ranking Top 1 million about a website. Tool to get list of response headers including redirect chain of a HTTP connection. Frames : Set frame rate (frames per second). Max value 10, default 5. Start : Seek to given time position in seconds. "hh:mm:ss" syntax is also supported. Default is from start. Duration : Restrict the captured video sequence to the duration specified in seconds. "hh:mm:ss" syntax is also supported. Default is all duration. Scale : Set width:height , if one parameter is -1 it will automatically determine the other while preserving the aspect ratio. Default is 320:160. Max 480.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Main entry point
- doHeadersRequest executes the HTTP HEAD request .
- Return global config json
- parseHeadString parses the headers and returns a pointer to the headers struct
- MakeGetRequest makes a GET request
- getScale returns the scaled scale of a scaled version
- NewAlexa returns a newAlexa object
- DownloadFile downloads a file
- AddHit adds a hit to the request .
- RemoveProtocolFromURL removes protocol from URL
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Here is my code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-05 at 11:31
If you simply do
I'm trying to use this code:
var html = (await (await fetch(url)).text()); when I use it in the chrome dev console it works perfectly. The problem is when I try using it in a html file in the tag it spits out the "Uncaught SyntaxError: missing ) after argument list" error. It seems like a dumb question but I've been at it for a long time and can't seem to figure it out!
Here is the rest of the code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-30 at 21:30
The problem is that you haven't put in inside an
async function, and
await is no keyword but treated as an identifier. The code is just as syntactically invalid as
(a (b c(d)).text()).
In the devtools console on the other hand, Chrome implements top-level
I have a parent widget
SnippetTestEditor and a stateful child widget
NoteTab. If a button in the parent widget is pressed, the child widget should get updated.
Both classes have a bool
_editMode. I pass the bool from the parent widget to the child widget via the constructor. From my understandig, I need to call
setState() in the parent widget and change the bool within
setState(). This change should automatically be reflected in the child widget. But it's not....
So how can I get the child widget to change?
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Dec-22 at 11:04
This happens because
_editMode value is passed to
CodeTab only once, inside
initState(). So, even though the
build method is called multiple times, the
CodeTab instances in
_tabs do not get updated.
you should move the code to create tabs in a method inside the state class:
I try to make a 2D graph by using 3D Force Directed Graph (that is using D3.js, https://github.com/vasturiano/3d-force-graph) as in this example https://bl.ocks.org/vasturiano/f59675656258d3f490e9faa40828c0e7 and i try to make it start as 2D and with the camera rotation disabled. Each user will have the possibility to switch to 3d with the Orbit controlType and with the rotation enabled.
I have tried several ways to make this happen, for example, i have tried to use three.js like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Aug-27 at 07:22
I have solved it like this:
using resources on three.js and from other questions, I have created a GLTF model that follows the mouse when it moves around the canvas (see the codepen below).
A working example (although I have no idea whether they are using three.js) would be on this page: https://garden-eight.com/. The model follows the mouse, and when viewed on mobile follows fingers.
Would anyone be able to lend their expertise please? :)
I'm more than happy to provide more information. I haven't ask many questions on StackOverflow.
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jun-02 at 15:15
One solution for this issue is to add an event listener to the
touchmove event and then use the event data from
event.touches[ 0 ].clientX and
event.touches[ 0 ].clientY to compute the respective
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