kandi X-RAY | citypicker Summary
kandi X-RAY | citypicker Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Initialize city popwindow popwindow .
- Init JDCity popup
- Initializes the CustomCityPicker .
- Find the view .
- Handles scrolling .
- Initialize list .
- Handle touch event .
- is last raw data
- Shows a toast to the Activity .
- Load city data .
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Sample JSON format:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-02 at 04:31
You have to fill the
japcityinfo array after parsing data from json file and then reload
cityPicker to get them reflected.
Add these 2 lines after your print statements:
I'm working with a profile registration view controller, I want to update the title of my UIButton when the user picks the city from the UIPickerController. The title from the button is not updating after the user picks the city.
I try using DispatchQueue.main.async and is not working as well I'm trying to update didSet after dismissing the view from where I present the city picker. When I run my code the value is giving the correct title but is not updating and reloading the data from my view.
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Dec-26 at 07:19
Problem is your cityPicker is creating new instance of button everytime.
You can do
I'm using a grid with nested grids to render a form. For some of the entries, I can tap on any area in the entry and it brings up the keyboard. For others, I have to tap on the left side to bring up the keyboard, as shown on the yellow highlighted entry in the image. I've tried placing the grids as children of a stacklayout instead, changing the keyboard type to not be numeric, set horizontal options, set width request. The only thing that works is when I put the nested grid in its own parent with no other children. Not sure what I'm doing wrong. I'm trying to avoid setting a tap gesture recognizer for the whole grid.
Here's my code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Dec-24 at 06:58
Removing a parent AbsoluteLayout Solved the issue.
I faced this one before now apparently it happens because your layout's options are not set to expand what I did to fix it was something like this:
I have been stuck on this problem for a few days now. I have an image view set as invisible until the long press gesture is triggered. However, I can not wrap my head around on how to make the UIImageView to become visible after such. This is within a Cell in tableView. I have used reloadData(), but the issue is the table loses its place. It scrolls upwards by the time you release your finger. The long gesture triggers a boolean on the database side that toggles saveShow. When data is loaded, the query checks and displays the UIImageView if true. So I believe I would have to reload the data since it is based on the query..? Any help will be greatly appreciated!...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Nov-30 at 05:45
update the longPressGesture method as below:
I’m very new to Swift and Xcode and I’ve built a simple two storyboard app which has a welcome screen and a button that triggers a seque to second storyboard (for which I have created its own class based on UIVIewController. Second storyboard has a couple of UIPickerView objects a and a couple of UIDatePickerView objects and a button. I have some basic actions under the didSelectRow function. However when I build and run the app I get an odd and seemingly random bevahiour where selecting something in the first picker view takes me back to the welcome screen (an unwind seque?). I haven’t put in any code to do that! Any ideas?...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Oct-22 at 19:29
The problem is that you are using a
.partialCurl presented view controller. Don't. You've stumbled on a terrible bug, namely that there is an invisible area of the presented view controller which, if tapped, dismisses the view controller.
I have an elaborate and extremely hacky workaround, though the simplest solution is to avoid
.partialCurl entirely. Here it is; put this code into your presented view controller:
I have set a picker view like the picture above, as we can see, at the starting point after the view controller appears, the selection will automatically show the first string on the list (London). but I want when the view appears for the first time, it will show string selection of the middle of the list, like the picture below
here is the code I use...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Feb-12 at 02:55
Select the row you want in
I have two JSON Url. want to parse between two UIPickerView. one UIPickerView for Country, and another one for the city. I have been able to parse JSON in first UIPickerView of Country, in here data is coming perfectly. but I got a thread message in DidSelectRow func when clicking UIPickerView of the city. please try to solve this problem
here is my code....
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Oct-09 at 12:35
You need to update array of city picker whenever you change Country.
In did select of Country picker, Call web service for particular country id and update array of Cities.
So I have a pickerView in my main ViewController, and in my ViewControllerTwo I have a singular mapKitView. My issue is that when I am trying to segue by clicking my button, my application crashes and throws an exception. Simply an NSException, this of course does not give me much.
The way I handle my segue is that I created one by manually dragging one from VC1 to VC2 and gave it the identifier of "viewMapSegue", then I also gave my button a tag of 1 as that is how I did a previous exercise and figured that by doing it this way I can ensure that the values are set to what I need at the time of the segue and not after.
All that being said, I am uncertain where I have erred. I know that if I use my VC2 code on its own with some hardcoded lat/long values that it runs fine and shows me the location I inputted. Code is below:
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Feb-05 at 22:14
Wow....I cannot believe I did not think to check it earlier. So. apparently my button had two links, well one outlet that was connected as it should and another than came from god knows where. Wow....
ya know, apple really should give a warning like "hey, check your links, bro". Silent error that can drive people insane.
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You can use citypicker like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the citypicker component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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