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news-android | Android client for the Nextcloud news

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news-android is a Java library. news-android has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available and it has low support. However news-android has a Non-SPDX License. You can download it from GitHub.
An Android client for Nextcloud News App.
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  • news-android has a low active ecosystem.
  • It has 560 star(s) with 233 fork(s). There are 113 watchers for this library.
  • There were 6 major release(s) in the last 12 months.
  • There are 91 open issues and 741 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 74 days. There are 5 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of news-android is v.0.9.9.72
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    • Parses a JSON item .
      • Attempt to perform the login .
        • Downloads a gossip notification
          • Creates a context menu .
            • Attempts to add a new feed .
              • Creates a notification builder for a TV episode .
                • Creates and returns the view holder which is used to show a progress bar .
                  • Callback method for receiving notification events .
                    • Update state of a notification state .

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                      news-android Key Features

                      📱:newspaper: Android client for the Nextcloud news/feed reader app

                      Python list of dictionaries: How to tell if value doesn't exist

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                      rekey = {t['target']: t for t in temp}
                      
                      theCursor.execute('SELECT ADJUST, SITE FROM SandboxPubTB WHERE CAMPAIGNNAME =?', (campaignName,) ) 
                      campaignRows = theCursor.fetchall()
                      for t in campaignRows:
                          fmt_value = "{:.2f}".format((int(t[0]) / 100) + 1)
                          try:
                              print(f"updating {t[1]}")
                              rekey[t[1]]['cpc_modification'] = fmt_value
                          except KeyError:
                              print(f"Adding new key {t[1]}")
                              rekey[t[1]] = {'target': t[1], 'cpc_modification': fmt_value}
                      
                      from pprint import pprint
                      pprint(rekey.values())
                      
                      rekey = {t['target']: t for t in temp}
                      
                      theCursor.execute('SELECT ADJUST, SITE FROM SandboxPubTB WHERE CAMPAIGNNAME =?', (campaignName,) ) 
                      campaignRows = theCursor.fetchall()
                      for t in campaignRows:
                          fmt_value = "{:.2f}".format((int(t[0]) / 100) + 1)
                          try:
                              print(f"updating {t[1]}")
                              rekey[t[1]]['cpc_modification'] = fmt_value
                          except KeyError:
                              print(f"Adding new key {t[1]}")
                              rekey[t[1]] = {'target': t[1], 'cpc_modification': fmt_value}
                      
                      from pprint import pprint
                      pprint(rekey.values())
                      

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                      • Python list of dictionaries: How to tell if value doesn't exist
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                      QUESTION

                      Python list of dictionaries: How to tell if value doesn't exist

                      Asked 2019-Jun-07 at 02:31

                      I have a JSON query that returns a list of dictionaries that I want to modify. Here is the part that interests me in the response:

                      {
                          #...
                          "publisher_bid_modifier": {
                              "values": [{
                                      "target": "msn-can",
                                      "cpc_modification": 1.5
                                  },
                                  {
                                      "target": "msn-can-home",
                                      "cpc_modification": 1.5
                                  }
                              ]
                          }
                      }
                      

                      The print(temp) in the code below will return:

                      [{"target": "msn-can-home","cpc_modification": 0.5}, {"target": "msn-can","cpc_modification": 0.5}]
                      

                      After that, I extract the data I want to modify from the db and match it with the data extracted from the JSON response.

                      I can easily modify "cpc_modification" if the value of "target" exists in the db. My problem is to be able to do something else when the "target" value doesn't exist in the response.

                      Here is what I've done so far:

                      print(temp)
                      
                      for dt in temp:
                          theCursor.execute('SELECT ADJUST, SITE FROM SandboxPubTB WHERE CAMPAIGNNAME =?', (campaignName,) ) 
                          campaignRows = theCursor.fetchall()
                          for t in campaignRows:
                      
                              if t[1] == dt['target'] :
                                  dt['cpc_modification'] = "{:.2f}".format((int(t[0]) / 100) + 1)
                                  print("exists")
                              #if dt['target'] not in t[1] :
                              else:
                                  temp.append({'target': '"' + t[1] + "'", 'cpc_modification': "'" + str(t[0]) + "'"})
                                  print("Doesn't exists") 
                      
                      print(temp) 
                      

                      In the else I'm trying to append a new list entry with the new "target" and "cpc_modification" but the output is an infinite loop of the the print("Doesn't exists").

                      The closest I came to the solution is this:

                      elif dt['target'] not in temp:
                      

                      But this will iterate as many time as the number of entries in the temp list.

                      To give an example with input and output:

                      Input:

                      [{
                          'target': 'msn-can',
                          'cpc_modification': 1.5
                      }, {
                          'target': 'msn-can-home',
                          'cpc_modification': 1.5
                      }, {
                          'target': 'foxnews-foxnews',
                          'cpc_modification': 1.5
                      }, {
                          'target': 'beachraider',
                          'cpc_modification': 0.69
                      }, {
                          'target': 'crowdyfan',
                          'cpc_modification': 0.7
                      }, {
                          'target': 'novelodge',
                          'cpc_modification': 0.75
                      }, {
                          'target': 'foxnews-androidapp',
                          'cpc_modification': 0.5
                      }, {
                          'target': 'foxnews-foxbusiness',
                          'cpc_modification': 1.12
                      }, {
                          'target': 'foxnews-iosapp',
                          'cpc_modification': 0.86
                      }, {
                          'target': 'thehindu-hindunews',
                          'cpc_modification': 0.7
                      }, {
                          'target': 'vitaminnews',
                          'cpc_modification': 1.46
                      }]
                      

                      Database:

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                      Output:

                      [{
                          'target': 'msn-can',
                          'cpc_modification': 0.5 <----
                      }, {
                          'target': 'msn-can-home',
                          'cpc_modification': 0.5 <----
                      }, {
                          'target': 'foxnews-foxnews',
                          'cpc_modification': 1.5
                      }, {
                          'target': 'beachraider',
                          'cpc_modification': 0.69
                      }, {
                          'target': 'crowdyfan',
                          'cpc_modification': 0.7
                      }, {
                          'target': 'novelodge',
                          'cpc_modification': 0.75
                      }, {
                          'target': 'foxnews-androidapp',
                          'cpc_modification': 0.5
                      }, {
                          'target': 'foxnews-foxbusiness',
                          'cpc_modification': 1.12
                      }, {
                          'target': 'foxnews-iosapp',
                          'cpc_modification': 0.86
                      }, {
                          'target': 'thehindu-hindunews',
                          'cpc_modification': 0.7
                      }, {
                          'target': 'vitaminnews',
                          'cpc_modification': 1.46
                      }], {
                          'target': 'msn-outlookcom-canada', <----
                          'cpc_modification': 0.5 <----
                      }]
                      

                      Your help will be much appreciated. Thank you!

                      EDIT

                      The code above addresses only one campaign *campaignName variable", but the whole code should be able to treat more than one campaign. So here is an other example:

                      input

                      Campaign 1:

                      [{
                          'target': 'msn-can',
                          'cpc_modification': 0.5
                      }, {
                          'target': 'msn-can-home',
                          'cpc_modification': 0.5
                      }]
                      

                      Campaign 2:

                      [{
                          'target': 'fox-news',
                          'cpc_modification': 0.9
                      }, {
                          'target': 'fox-news-home',
                          'cpc_modification': 0.6
                      }]
                      

                      data in db

                      Campaign 1:

                      target: msn-can, cpc_modification: 7
                      target: msn-can-home, cpc_modification: 10
                      

                      Campaign 2:

                      target: fox-news, cpc_modification: 20
                      target: fox-news-home, cpc_modification: 30
                      target: msn-us, cpc_modification: 10
                      

                      Output

                      Campaign 1:

                      [{
                          'target': 'msn-can',
                          'cpc_modification': 1.07
                      }, {
                          'target': 'msn-can-home',
                          'cpc_modification': 1.1
                      }]
                      

                      Campaign 2:

                      [{
                          'target': 'fox-news',
                          'cpc_modification': 1.2
                      }, {
                          'target': 'fox-news-home',
                          'cpc_modification': 1.3
                      }], {
                          'target': 'msn-us',
                          'cpc_modification': 1.1
                      }]
                      

                      ANSWER

                      Answered 2019-Jun-07 at 01:37

                      re-group your data so that you have a dictionary keyed by the target.

                      rekey = {t['target']: t for t in temp}
                      

                      then you can just look for your data naturally

                      theCursor.execute('SELECT ADJUST, SITE FROM SandboxPubTB WHERE CAMPAIGNNAME =?', (campaignName,) ) 
                      campaignRows = theCursor.fetchall()
                      for t in campaignRows:
                          fmt_value = "{:.2f}".format((int(t[0]) / 100) + 1)
                          try:
                              print(f"updating {t[1]}")
                              rekey[t[1]]['cpc_modification'] = fmt_value
                          except KeyError:
                              print(f"Adding new key {t[1]}")
                              rekey[t[1]] = {'target': t[1], 'cpc_modification': fmt_value}
                      
                      from pprint import pprint
                      pprint(rekey.values())
                      

                      Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/56486804

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                      Install news-android

                      Open cmd/terminal
                      Navigate to your workspace
                      Then type in: git clone https://github.com/nextcloud/news-android.git
                      Import the Project in Android Studio and start coding!

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