kandi X-RAY | Amphitheatre Summary
kandi X-RAY | Amphitheatre Summary
Amphitheatre is an Android TV project aimed to bring you the best of your content in a simple and visually appealing fashion. It connects to your network shares, organizes and serves videos to an Android capable media player. Features * Indexes movie and TV show files on your SMB or CIFS shares. * View movie and TV show poster art and details. * Quickly search through your video collection.
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- Creates the background
- Retrieves the related movies for a video
- Get all TV shows related to a video show
- Returns a listener which allows to observe when the video is clicked
- Called when the fragment is created
- Load the selection settings
- Checks the validity of the preferences in the preferences
- Serves from http request
- Extracts the name from a path
- Builds a notification
- This method demonstrates the details of the video
- Partition the download
- Region SmbFiles
- Generated ViewHolder
- Invoked when the View is created
- Get the screen size
- New smb input stream
- Backup a database
- Binds the video view to the card holder
- Called when the user clicked
- This method is called when the application is executed
- Performs a synchronous operation
- Transform a bitmap
- Sets the video description
- Sets the video view
- Binds a video view
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Im currently working on an MVC project and need to get the postal code based on the users address. I have been able to successfully get the latitude and longitude but can't figure out how to extract the postal code from the xml response.
Here is the XML im working with which is the sample XML they use on the api documentation page....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-10 at 04:17
I have been doing some more digging and found the answer out. Basically had to iterate through the address_component nodes until i get to the postal_code child node of the address_component and get the long_name child node which has the postal. Here is my solution:
I'd like to know how to do 2 execution plans: "traditional" execution plan joins (A with B) and then C. The "new" plan joins (A with B) then (A with C) and then joins the result of those joins so there would be 3 joins. How would I code the traditional and new plan in Oracle SQLPlus given the code below? I also need to measure the time complexity of both methods to show that the new plan takes less time, which I believe I just do with set timer on; The joins can be on whatever attributes work. Same with select statements. I made a artist, b album, c track, and d played.
Here's the database:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-18 at 06:13
Your question doesn't make a lot of sense, because it's imposing bizarre restrictions that we can't really assess, but I don't mind telling you how to join two joins
You already know how to join three tables in the normal/traditional/sensible sense. Here's how to join them as you ask:
I try to call following webclient query:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-22 at 16:28
I think you should parse it into an array, so do the following:
I want to use CalendarKit in my project github here
It's written using UIKit, but my project uses SwiftUI. Can I use
CustomCalendarExampleController in SwiftUI? (maybe via
UIViewControllerRepresentable or smth else?)
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-19 at 18:19
Lol I don't know why it didn't work before, but if you are looking for something like this
I am working on a project that involves getting the longitude and latitude of addresses using the googlemaps api. Curently, when I get the geocode of an address, I get all geocode of that adress, but I would only like to get the longitude and latitude. Is there anyway to do this within the googlemaps api?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-09 at 23:42
You don't need a regex (unless of course you convert the data into a
str, but why would you do that?). Try this:
I'm new at regex and I'm trying to create some validation process using regex. I'm checking if the given home address or location address is valid. I'm also validating other values using regex but they all work just fine, but this one only checks the first character entered. Try entering other special characters at any part of the value, the function will return true.
I'm only allowing letters, numbers, periods, commas, and whitespace.
Here's the code [Excluded the working code and regex]:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-14 at 08:00
^[\w\s ,.]+$ for your validation.
You can check it online at https://regex101.com/r/q6LoSE/4.
I am fairly new to Python, and am working with the SmartyStreets API. I am trying to read in a data frame that contains addresses and simply validate them. However, I am running into issues and not producing any results. The below code should simply output the print statements at the end for each of the rows in the data frame.
I would like the function to get the names of its variables from the columns in the data frame that contains the proper information.
For example: When reading in the data, the function should get the following.
- Address variable from Street1 column
- City variable from City column
- State variable from state column
- Zipcode variable from zipcode column
So for the first iteration, the function should store the variables as follows:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-08 at 18:43
As far as I can tell, there are a few issues. Firstly, you're dictionary calls the first column 'Steet1' but that should be 'Street1'. Secondly, I believe this is not the correct usage of apply. If you want to do something like this I suggest the following changes.
Here is a json file named test.json for testing...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Mar-06 at 07:30
Always use double-quotes around command-substitution to avoid
* to be treated literally. The
* is a special character in shell that is a wildcard entry that expands to all the files available in the current working directory. You need to quote it to deprive of its special meaning (Refer GNU bash man page under Parameters section).
jq can process the file directly, you can avoid useless
API requests are failing because the URL generated by Axios is incorrect due to my config. I know what the request url is suppose to look like, so I want to see the request url Axios generates.
I can point Axios to my local server and see the requests there, but I want to debug this on the client. I want to play with the config, and see how the requests change. Is there a way to output the request url from Axios before or after sending?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-15 at 15:49
Here is answer for this version of question: Use
Chrome-console > Network tab
So I have been working with loopback 3 for a while, and I have seen in the user model that it contains the property realm.
So far I haven't found any information about what a realm is. I know It's mostly used in subjects like partitioning, but I have no clue what realm is about.
Are realms used to partition data based on for example company.
Like you have 2 users:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-30 at 19:56
Yes, realm is used to partition users and their data.
For example, say you are implementing QuickBooks Online system, which has a single login endpoint and presumably a single 'User' table, but when a user logs in, he or she is logging into his or her own 'Company' dataset. To limit users to their own data in a hosted application, one approach is to dress the user and all their entities with a 'realm' property. QuickBooks is hosting data for 1000s of companies, and might have multiple users per company and those users might have differing permission levels within their own company.
Similarly you essentially have realms in Microsoft Azure or Amazon AWS. Basically whenever you have a web application that has more than 1 'tenant' meaning more than one data fiefdom, you use realms.
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You can use Amphitheatre 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 Amphitheatre 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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