kandi X-RAY | NotificationBox Summary
kandi X-RAY | NotificationBox Summary
This is a tool app that solve too much notifications on android device
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Initializes the activity
- Add a new app
- Creates a new instance of MainFragment
- Starts the load process
- Get the list of all registered apps
- Start load load
- Get the list of installed packages
- Called when the activity is created
- Returns a new AppListFragment instance
- Creates the detail view
- Create a new instance of DetailFragment
- Show an empty app
- Show the progress view
- Unbinds the presenter
- Displays the progress
- Gets the arguments from the bundle
- Override this method when the menu item is selected
- Set the activity s state
- Get time from time
- Show details for an app
- Resume the activity
- Start loading
- Compares package name
- Initialize View
- This method is called when a menu item is selected
- Initializes the NotificationListeners
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I'm modelling a situation in wich there are:
- NotificationBox: the observer
- list1, list2, list3: the subjects
now I would make a piece of diagram in wich using observer pattern describe the fact that each list implement different type of notify() (for example some change in the state of a list need to be notified only to some observer, with some criterion)
I made something like:
in this case each subject override the notify method in order to notify only some subset of observer depend on some criterion, and for using the correct update method.Example
ListaMDDpubblico is a list composed by some file, each file have a specific tag. When a file is loaded, only the notificationBox associated at the user that "like" the tag of the file should be notified by using updateMDD.
It is [GoF]-friendly?
Or I need to make 3 different Subject abstract class, each implement the notify method in the list-way?
Thank's in advance[EDIT]
After some reasoning on the answer and comment, another possible design of this situation that I made is:
In this way each change is notify at all subscribed observer (for each different type of subject) and logic to understand if the notification must be taken into consideration is modeled in the update methods implemented by the notificationBox (so the notification now is broadcast and each ConcreteSubject don't need to know nothing about concreteObserver)....
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Sep-15 at 16:41
The GoF book addresses this issue in detail on pages 298-299. I think the design shown above is closest to,
Specifying modifications of interest explicitly. You can improve update efficiency by extending the subject's registration interface to allow registering observers only for specific events of interest. When such an event occurs, the subject informs only those observers that have registered interest in that event.
The GoF book implements this a bit differently from the design shown above, however. The above design expands the observer interface to specify each type of event, so knowledge of event types spreads to each subject (and each observer, if there is more than one). Furthermore, if new event types are added in the future, the temptation will be to edit the observer interface.
For these reasons, I prefer an approach utilizing multiple observers. Rather than combining all update methods into one interface, separate them into
DdlObserver. Each subject is capable of registering only one of these observer interfaces, but the
NotificationBox can implement all three.
I want to delete a record which is selected in the checkbox and also deleted a whole record as well.
This is the tab where user can select checkbox for select all....
ANSWERAnswered 2019-May-26 at 14:07
In your js file:
I tried to implement a simple notification system with notification Store inspired by this snippet form Linus Borg : https://jsfiddle.net/Linusborg/wnb6tdg8/
It is working fine when you add one notification at a time, but when you add a second notification before the first one disappears the notificationMessage emit its "close-notification" event but the parent notificationBox component does not execute the "removeNotification" function. removeNotification is called after the emit if you use the click event on the notification though. So there is probably a issue with the timeout but i can't figure out what.
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Dec-07 at 15:50
my small fiddle from back in the days is still making the rounds I see :D
That fiddle is still using Vue 1. In Vue 2, you have to key your list elements, and you tried to do that.
key should be a unique value identifying a data item reliably. You are using the array index, which does not do that - as soon as an element is removed, indices of the following items change.
That's why you see the behaviour you are seeing: Vue can't reliably remove the right element because our keys don't do their job.
So I would suggest to use a package like
nanoid to create a really unique id per notification - but a simple counter would probably work as well:
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