kandi X-RAY | jsonify Summary
kandi X-RAY | jsonify Summary
Aren't you tired of using breakpoints and expanding all the properties to see a complete object?.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Initialize the person
- Builds a JSON string from the given object
- Creates a dummy person
- Converts a number of spaces to spaces
- Set the text displayed in the textView
- Prints an object
- Set the contact
- Set the full name
- Set the gender of the user
- Sets the location of the feature
- Set the password
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Trending Discussions on jsonify
How to save (and also restore, and add elements to) a set of strings in a Sqlite3 database?
This does not work because sets are not JSON-serializable:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-18 at 16:39
A simpler way to store the set in the SQLite database is to use the
BLOB datatype for the
myset column and serialise it to bytes using
I am looking to figure out how I can pretty print a json file when I return it in a flask function. I have managed to pretty print it using json.dump but not with the flask function. this is what I have":...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-30 at 18:10
In your html, put it beween these tags:
I have a python flask app that links to a firebase realtime database using pyrebase4. I would like to create a try/except block that catches exceptions to do with unauthorised or expired access tokens trying to access data records. I have tried implementing the following:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-16 at 15:00
You may be importing 'HTTPError' from a different library than the pyrebase4 package uses. Check you are importing the error from the correct library. E.g.
I am trying to dockerize my Flask API. As soon as I try to start my image I receive the message:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-02 at 20:53
Your issue is, I think, with your requirements file. In that you include
bson as a dependency, which is also included in the
pymongo library. See this question. Removing it seems to solve the issue:
I have a join table called UserServices. Which has a FK of service_id and makes a back ref to a service. Below I get all the userServices in which the id in the route param matches the user_id (another FK) I am then trying to access all the service properties on the all_user_services list.
My current code only returns one dict instead of a list of dicts. What am i doing wrong?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-24 at 23:51
You just return on first for iteration. You need to create result list:
I am trying to create a simple frontend using Typescript and a backend server with Flask and send requests via
axios, as I have been using. Somehow I am getting this strange error in the browser console:
Access to XMLHttpRequest at 'http://localhost:5000/api/test' from origin 'http://localhost:3000' has been blocked by CORS policy: Request header field content-type is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Headers in preflight response. POST http://localhost:5000/api/test net::ERR_FAILED
It says my header has some field that is illegal due to CORS setup. But the thing is:
- I have a CORS set up in the backend flask server:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-12 at 15:53
As it turns out, it only takes a simple setup in the config on the backend side as per How to enable CORS in flask
Thanks @mplungjan for your help!
trying to dockerize this flask app... running the following
docker build --tag flask-website .
works, output successfully built, successfully tagged.
edit: the next command works...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-05 at 22:45
I have ran a simple flask app in docker and here is the result. In your docker compose, you do not need to add the
command: python app/app.py as this line was added in the Dockerfile.
The only thing you need in your Docker Compose is ports and image name
I have a simple Flask application with which I've added a decorator to ensure a specific header is present on each request....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-07 at 15:15
Your decorator takes a callable argument (any kind), and returns a callable of the exact same type. Hence:
I have the following code on python using flask...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-08 at 14:06
You can only usefully await a promise.
testRequest doesn't return a promise.
axios.get, assigns the promise to
response, logs it, then returns
try/catch doesn't touch the promise at all.
You could fix that with:
I have a project build with
I run it with
I have deployed a new version, but when I post a request I get old response.
I did a simple test, and wrote a static response in one of my routes to see the change. Nothing. I have killed all my process and restarted them. I have restarted the server. Noting.
Started the app with
python3 app.py, Same.
What am I missing?
Here is a code example:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-05 at 09:08
So it was permissions problem.
For some reason the service was unable to create
__pycache__ folders and files.
It worked after I ran it as
I know it's not a good idea to run a service as root, so I will work out the permissions problem.
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