kandi X-RAY | loom Summary
kandi X-RAY | loom Summary
While a nice idea in principle, the real-time performance is very poor, and it's hard to generate SuperCollider scores from this.
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- Repeats the events of the pattern
- Creates a trigger that will trigger every occurrence of the specified fraction
- Returns the interval between all events
- Generates a midi message
- Returns a hashCode of this range
- Adds a new sample to the pattern
- Tits the start and end of an interval into a new interval
- Compares this object with the specified interval
- Compares this interval with another
- Generates a list of rules from a set of strings
- Create an LsysRule from a given alphabet string
- Invokes the timer
- Gets the alphabet from rule strings
- Applies the internalRewriters
- Reads all tracks from a MID file
- Returns all events that have been filtered by the given interval
- Adds all TurtleDrawCommand to the map
- Overrides the default implementation to remove events
- Load an osc score from the specified file
- Returns an array of TurtleDrawCommand objects that can draw TurtleDraw commands
- Adds a sound file to the pattern
- Sends the epoch message
- Helper function to get a color value
- Returns a string representation of this collection
- Applies the given interval to the given interval
- Sets the parameters of the supercollider
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I'm doing a Group Chat with Firebase and currently I'm using a RecyclerView to display chat messages and I'm having a problem. When you open the app in the fragmented home and you go to chat activity and start chatting (adding elements to recycler view) all goes fine. But, when you go via the NavigationDrawer to another fragment and get back to the chat fragment using again this Navigation Drawer. When you add one element in the chat it appears all in the blank it just displays the last message. Anybody knows why does this happens?
Here I leave the RecyclerView Adapter Code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 13:55
To solve your problem you can just remove the OnResume method because you are initializing the array every time you change between fragments and that is the problem.
I have a global state of the format like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-13 at 20:22
I think the main issue is the usage of
state as a React key on the
Container component in
App. Each time
state updates you are specifying a new React key, and React will handle this by unmounting the previous version and mounting a new version of
I would like to return a response code of 400 to the client after throwing an error in my Lambda function. (via REST API - GET)
Here is the response from the Lambda function:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-06 at 04:30
For anyone coming across the same problem in the future. I have found out the following 2 things:
After trying again to set
.*400.*a little later it worked fine. Of course, this may not be a good idea, because if you return any results, that contain 400 anywhere in their response, they could incorrectly trigger a 400 HTTP response.
The workaround I found was to use
.*Invalid Input.*. Since it is not expected that regular results returned from the API would contain this phrase, this should work reliably.
The code example below shows 2 rows as HStacks. The second row contains a Picker which is clipped to 40 x 80
For some reason, it's still creating an invisible view which is blocking user interaction with the button in row 1.
The Toggle switch is drawn above the invisible view, so that works. But the button is drawn beneath it and doesn't work.
If you swap the order of Toggle and Button so Button is on the left, the Button functions normally.
Video example here - https://www.loom.com/share/83542e34b9a546439ad4d99128ff51b6
Very grateful to anyone who can help me figure this out....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-01 at 05:36
This is pretty strange behavior. I guess even though you clip the picker, the background is technically still drawn but not visible. Anyway, it seems to work if you disable Hit Testing on the background layer of the Picker:
I'm doing reactive form validation I have found out that this *ngIf has a bug on checking a valid email pattern. When we write an invalid email and click outside of the input *ngIf for pattern check will always return even if the input is valid. Please check the demo video.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-24 at 05:49
I think this situation is happening cause the div messages are not nested. Once the user clicks outside, form.get('email').errors will become null, so therefore the the above scenario occurs..
The *ngIf on the first div should have a condition such that only upon touch or some condition like that and only then should it display the nested div messages like 'field is required' or 'Enter valid email'...
Please try this code to verify:
I am working on a Choropleth map that will display the similarities between different states. So when you select a state from a dropdown, the map will show the similarity it has to other states.
For this, I am using 2 datasets:
- DatasetA: a long-form dataframe, with 3 columns: State 1, State 2, and the similarity between them.
- DatasetB: a GeoDataFrame that contains the geometry of each state.
When I try to plot this without the selection, then it works:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-08 at 20:24
I got this to work by using a transform_fold. The problem is that the transform_lookup only matches once, so if there are multiple matches in the dataset, it ignores them. So you have to use a wide-form dataset and then use the
transform_fold to convert it back into long-form.
I created a user profile page all users are fine but when a user with a customer role access the profile page its redirected to the home page, can anyone please check what this happening please watch the video here https://www.loom.com/share/fb2ab2644b9d4da5b41ab7a00e79faa8...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-19 at 18:39
If you have a Yoast SEO plugin check if the redirect is apply in your customer, or you can check if you subscription plugin have a redirection to the index page.
Please anybody help spend 3 days on this but still stuck. I created a section on my site where am playing video-based scroll position to section but when you scroll to the first section or back to the last section from the bottom side video frame jumps. actually, I don't know how I make position fixed element to top:0 inside relative container currently I have video frame position: absolute which is top:0 and correct but when I scroll am changing position:absolute to position fixed but that can't work with top:0 because fixed element can't work to the relative container so am adding top:35% please watch the video here https://www.loom.com/share/c29a3cadb3dc4420a59baaae072c1cec
and here is the site link https://qa.modulos.ai/product-overview/...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-18 at 01:20
Okay I found your solution!
Remove everything that you have, and remove those classes
And your main problem is that
overflow: hidden; which you must remove so that sticky can work, like this link says
Change your css like this:
When I use a react functional component with some state manager (I'm using recoil.js) and I try to update the state with a react hook it only calls useEffect when the state is different than the original state. When I was looming on stack overflow on how components rerender, they were talking about class components, and how they render every time setState is called. Is this just a difference between how the two components type work or am I just misunderstanding it?
This was my code test for function components:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-12 at 09:03
Yes and no. I wouldn't say "they render differently", but there is a difference between how it is determined when to renrender a component. I understand how one could expect that the default behavior is the same, however, I also understand that introducing a new state system (
useState) gave the developers an opportunity to improve the default behavior.
I don't know how recoil works specifically, but I would assume it behaves at least like
useState wrt rerendering the component. From the documentation:
If you update a State Hook to the same value as the current state, React will bail out without rendering the children or firing effects. (React uses the Object.is comparison algorithm.)
So this confirms your observation.
But let me be clear: This is not a characteristic of function components, that's just how
useState works. You could develop your own state management hook which behaves differently.
Now looking add
class components, from the
setState()will always lead to a re-render unless
shouldComponentUpdate()to let React know if a component’s output is not affected by the current change in state or props. The default behavior is to re-render on every state change, and in the vast majority of cases you should rely on the default behavior.
shouldComponentUpdate()is invoked before rendering when new props or state are being received. Defaults to
The first part isn't as clear ("The default behavior is to re-render on every state change", but is setting the same value a "change"?), but the second paragraph makes it clear.
true by default, so the component will always rerender when
setState was called.
If you implement
shouldComponentUpdate to call
Object.is you would replicate the behavior of
So I have an issues on mobile view for this accordion I made.
Once you have clicked through the menu and to the main content when you select between the different elements there is slight jump before the animation runs.
I can't figure out why it would be doing this or if it could be something to do with the animation timings I have used, so any suggestions would be welcome.
The easiest way to see what I have done is on the CodePen link below.
CodePen Link: https://codepen.io/nickelse/full/dypEyMK
Video of Issue: https://www.loom.com/share/cd1280d898d64b58abbfc1d7ce1fc824
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-26 at 10:28
The jumping issue is because of your with values between the active and the inactive states. In following example where you can run the code i only changed the values for the active item and it solved the issue on mobile. Use more accurate width and max-width values with calculating the max-width for the sections in every state.
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