kandi X-RAY | mothership Summary
kandi X-RAY | mothership Summary
Mothership is a music player interface for MPD, optimised for browsing your music collection in its original directory structure. Mothership is built with Go, AngularJS & WebSockets providing a snappy, real-time user experience. All connected clients keep the UI in sync with the player state. Mothership is cross-platform & extremely portable, building to a single, self-contained binary with no external dependencies other than an MPD server to point it to.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- playListUpdate updates playlist state .
- Basic example of the MPD service .
- FileListHandler returns a handler for a FileLister .
- playListList lists all artists in the playlist .
- LibraryUpdateHandler returns a http . Handler that handles a library update .
- playlistRange returns the range of playlist entries .
- mpdStatusJSON returns the mpd status as a JSON string
- sortFileList sorts the FileList entries by name .
- Serve implements the http . Handler interface .
- PlayListHandler returns a http . Handler that serves a playlist .
mothership Key Features
mothership Examples and Code Snippets
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I have a problem concatenating two variables on flutter : I can't concatenate them, when I try to add a string behind, it doesn't work....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-14 at 00:19
I'm trying to teach myself Google Actions, so far so good. My last step to successfully build my project is to use Webhooks to retrieve data from a server.
To do so, I use
XMLHttpRequest to send a request to my server, retrieve a JSON data, parse it and make Google Assistant say it out loud.
Here is the code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-15 at 22:35
I don't have enough reputation to comment, so I'll put my thoughts here. First of all, XMLHttpRequest is old and outdated. The
fetch API is much more reliable and easy. Anyways, back to your code. I think your problem is that you are checking the
xhr.status before the response is ready. You're also sending the request before you define a callback. Try using this code instead:
I have a React component and want the images to be displayed along with the name/price.
If the images are uploaded to the same folder, can you add these paths as the value for the logo key?
Right now, the images are broken.
There are no console errors or anything.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-19 at 23:17
It depends. If you're using a resources bundler (such as Webpack), you can require it directly and the path will be set for you:
I'm trying to make an app in the Python Dash framework which lets a user select a name from a list and use that name to populate two other input fields. There are six places where a user can select a name from (the same) list, and so a total of 12 callbacks that need to be performed. My question is, how can I use a single function definition to supply multiple callbacks?
As I've seen other places (here for example), people reuse the same function name when doing multiple callbacks, e.g....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-26 at 01:42
You could do something like this:
I am working on a small app that connects via bluetooth to an Arduino with a bluetooth shield attached. My bluetooth connection is fine and I'm able to send commands from my app to the Arduino. I'm doing this in Kotlin. I'm learning as I go, so I'm misunderstanding something. Which is where I hope someone can point me in the right direction.
You can assume that all the bluetooth connection stuff is working fine(it is).
This is the part of my code that handles the sending of data to the Arduino....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-07 at 19:59
Here is the code I have in place and currently working in my app:
I think I now mostly understand (in theory, at least) how ES2015 Modules work.
What I don't understand (and this is far from insignificant) is how to enable module scripts to inform my main script.
Usually, at the bottom of my HTML document, I have something like the following:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-01 at 19:38
It seems you aren't really understanding the change in design philosophy with a module architecture. You don't make things global. A module imports the other modules that it needs and gets its capabilities from the import, not from some global set of functions. In a modular architecture, there would be NO global script. That's why your thinking isn't quite fitting into the modular architecture.
exports is a means of making certain entry points or data publicly accessible to anyone who imports the module while keeping everything else local to the module. One must import the module to get access to these entry points.
So, is exports intended for communication between sub-modules and modules then, rather than for between modules and a global script? That is to say modules never export, only sub-modules do?
Mostly. But, even a top level module could have exports. They wouldn't be used for anything in the project in which it was a top level module, but it could perhaps be used in a different project where it wasn't a top level module and was imported by some other module. The module architecture gets you to think about code reuse and code sharing without having to do a lot of extra work. The normal way you write your project should automatically create a bunch of reusable code.
That might have been the final piece of the puzzle I needed. So exports is just for sub-modules (and sibling-modules), then? Standalone, self-contained top-level modules don't need exports because any functionality happens right there in the module - the data never needs to go anywhere else. (Is that right?)
Yes. Unless you might want to be able to reuse that module in another project where you did import it and did want to import some entry points or data.
I may wish to write some optional modules which declare functions, calculate variables and objects and, after calculation, make all the declared and calculated values available to global-scripts.js. But... how do I then import what these module scripts calculate into my global-script.js?
You will get rid of your global script entirely in a module design. You will have a top level module that imports other modules.
So, do I now need to have two global scripts?
Nope, you get rid of the global script and you don't make things global any more.
Or is there an alternative standard architecture which we're all supposed to be using?
The module architecture:
I have a Rails app running on Ubuntu with nginx. I'm getting a
TypeError (no implicit conversion of nil into String) on any page that involves ActiveRecord, it seems.
Here's an example of a line that gives the error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Aug-28 at 02:56
With the information given I cannot be sure, but your stack trace suggests the problem is an empty configuration parameter for your Postgres connection, specifically
libpq. See the list of environmental parameters here. If your shell environment variables are set differently then the app's, that would explain why you can open a console on production without problems and instantiate and save records while the app cannot.
As a debugging step, have your app dump all its environment variables to a log file and make sure that any required database parameters are either set in the environment or in the
production section of
When I click the Login or Register button the app completely crashes. I cant seem to figure out what the issue is. I'm new to Android so any help or recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
Login Java Class...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jul-27 at 11:44
You are not initializing the
onCreate(), write this first:
The current generations are mostly "5" series such as
r5 https://aws.amazon.com/ec2/pricing/on-demand/ :
But when selecting instance types for EMR the latest generations available are only
3's from the popup:
Why is that .. and is there a way to access the newer/latest generations?
Note: I am using the "mothership"
us-east-1. This is the oldest and typically the most widely supported region: I would not anticipate to be seeing severe limitation of instance types support in that region.
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Mar-13 at 02:14
According to the supported instance types for EMR https://docs.aws.amazon.com/emr/latest/ManagementGuide/emr-supported-instance-types.html, there could be two factors affecting the instance type selection you are seeing.
One factor is the EMR release. The other factor is the region you are in. The documentation States some instant types may not be available in all regions. There's also a footnote regarding releases, specifying that certain you were generation instance types are only available for a given EMR release.
Also note, per John R. below:
us-east-2 (Ohio) and at least some other regions have the newer instance types. us-east-1 (N. Virginia) seems not to have them
Double-check those factors against your current environment to confirm instance type availability.
Not sure if I should be asking this here or over on Linux stack overflow but here it goes.
I'm relatively new to python and I've been struggling to get this python script to autostart on an aws machine. I have two modules I need installed "discord.py" and "watson-cloud-developer". Pip3 installs the aforementioned modules with no error. When trying to run a service that runs a script that runs the python script (gotta love systemd) I get an error telling me that the discord module isn't installed, see below.
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Mar-03 at 21:39
I suspect that your startup scripts are launching a different Python than the one you have installed discord to.
Try adding the line,
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