kandi X-RAY | sonet Summary
kandi X-RAY | sonet Summary
Android app for managing multiple social network feeds, including Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, Google+, LinkedIn, Identi.ca, SMS, and RSS.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Handles the UI updates
- Add a status item to the widget
- Get a JSON feed
- Creates and initializes the buttons for the given app widget id
- Loads comments
- Get comments by status id
- Inserts a new Uri
- Encrypt a string
- This method sends SMS messages
- Provides new settings for a specific widget
- Get a thread - safe HTTP client for this context
- Update database
- Initializes the UI
- Retrieve notifications for a given account
- Gets view
- Adds a new item to the list
- Loads GIFs from background
- Grows a table
- Gets notifications
- Called when an item is selected
- Parse the RSS feed and return a list of items
- Gets a list of all your friends that have been linked to
- Queries the given URI
- Gets notifications for a given account
- Retrieves notifications for a given account
- Add a new feed item
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Trending Discussions on sonet
How to open a file using its absolute path?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-03 at 06:24
You cannot do that. You cannot access a file on your local PC from an app deployed on your smartphone.
Since your text file is in a folder named assets, I assume it is some kind of file you want to have deployed with your app. In flutter that is called an "asset" and you can read up on how to achieve that in the documentation about assets and images.
In short, your pubspec.yaml file needs to have an entry for it:
I am running CentOS 7.6...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-15 at 10:49
Your main problem seems to be that you are interleaving code (especially those
sleep 1s!) at different levels, resulting in a script that's actually pure gibberish. That the code isn't crashing is pure happenstance.
Rewriting the section with the problems while taking a guess as to what you need...
It is a simple question, but I didn't find any good solution.
I have created a maven project that is compatible to java8+. I want that, whenever someone builds the project, maven should use the java installed java version.
In other words, I want soneting like:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jun-21 at 20:15
You can activate a profile based on the JDK:
As part of a Django project, I am trying to retrieve the contents of a json file (which is the project directory where the manage.py file is) and display them in the browser along with other posts.
I have followed these instructions in the shell, with no errors, so it should have saved.
ANSWERAnswered 2019-May-10 at 13:09
Found one part of the answer, but the posts are STILL NOT RENDERING:
I have managed to add an id and object for id 1 and 2 which were missing.
I am trying to create a div with a width of 60% of its parent div, and a height that is 40% of its own width. The div must keep this aspect ratio.
The div should contain text (more than one line) that is both vertically and horizontally centered.
I cannot use JS for this, only HTML and CSS.
I have tried the top/bottom padding trick for creating a div with a given aspect ratio, which works, however I am not able to center the text vertically.
The following snippet example looks as desired, only without the fixed aspect ratio....
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Dec-21 at 10:10
I have a view where I need to render the same component multiple times and maintain a specific order.
is the component to be rendered multiple times.
Please see my data structure where data is managed within state - this is just a prototype so this works for now.
My initial thought on rendering multiple instances of the same component is to
.map() through the data however, this will render the component one after another.
I need the components to receive the correct data for each and maintain the structure seen below.
Here is my layout container:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jun-28 at 09:25
With the data as you modeled it and use it in your LargeImageContent Component you should do this:
The dropdown in this website normally (large window) 'opens' when the cursor hovers over it. I want the dropdown to change this and open via clicking, but only after the window size is small enough (when top navbar becomes sliding sidebar). Thank you to anyone who helps me.
Edit: The problem is almost fixed, only need the dropdown to close when the button is clicked again.
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Mar-23 at 11:23
Your issue is in this line:
I am trying to make the condition work. I cannot use media queries since my function requires the press of a button to work.
Edit: My website is supposed to change the top navbar into a sidebar that opens and closes when the window size decreases to a certain point.
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Mar-18 at 23:16
So I think you should be mainly using the power of media queries for this.
In this website, I would like the navigation bar to stick to the top of the page when scrolling down. I don't know why my website is allowing this to happen (I have position: sticky, top: 0 and overflow is not set to anything).
If anyone is willing to help, please help. Thanks in advance.
Here is the html file and the css file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Mar-18 at 17:17
float: left property of
.card > p let their parent
.card cannot wrap them, and because of this, the height of
.card is not expanded, so neither does the height of
body, the effect of sticky property has no room to show.
When i implemented an interface in a class and executed the code, it appeared the following error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Oct-02 at 21:13
You are most likely missing a
require statement for the interface, if you are not using an autoloader.
Have a look at this answere about autoloading interfaces and abstract classes . I would also recommend you to consider composer, since it is one of the most common php dependency management tools, well documented and easy to use.
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