kandi X-RAY | jot Summary
kandi X-RAY | jot Summary
The Java Observability Toolkit (JOT) is a platform for making any Java application observable without writing any code or even recompiling. The platform consists of... You can create JOTs quickly and easily without any coding. JOTs can make just about anything in a running Java application observable. Here are a few examples of what you might use it for... but the only limit is your creativity. JOTs goal is to provide maximum instrumentation power without compromising simplicity. Let us know the cool things you do with JOT! And consider contributing them back to the project so that others can share in your awesomeness. The easiest way to contribute is to create a pull request. If you're sharing a JOT, add it to the projects' "contrib" directory... and please include a comment detailing what it's intended to be used for.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Exit a sensor
- Format a map
- Executes the given object
- Evaluate the object and return the result
- Formats the object as a string
- Formats an array
- Get all methods in the class hierarchy
- Return true if this string matches a given value
- Formats a map entry
- Convert array to object
- Dumps available methods to stdout
- Returns a string representation of this method
- Create a unique hash code
- Compares this Event with another Event
- Calls out method exit
- Test program
- Entry point for MVNE
- Enter method
- Enter a method on a sensor
- Dump a stack trace
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Hi I have created a Wordpress site and its about selling tyres. I have created customer form's by jot-forms but, they are not that much convenient for my needs and I need to change some theme settings as well for selling. Please let me know can we create forms on our own and can some please submit some sample code? and what plugin is best for selling tyres like dimensions, prices, brand etc.
Need sample code for and it should be attached to excel sheet....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-30 at 07:24
Have you tried to research on how to create a custom form(without using a plugin)?
First step - create the html markup:
I was trying to simply generate a jwt using python-jose but I didn't find a clear example. I followed the one below, which wasn't what I really needed. After following the answer 1 I updated the code to this and it works....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-11 at 17:17
You need to import
jws from the package and use
Try importing it like
I am trying to use Imagemagick v7 to batch create images by randomly combining layers which are transparent pngs, all at the same size.
I am a total newbie so I copied the code I found here: https://stackoverflow.com/a/27621140/17835805...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-05 at 09:07
ok I figured out the problem, I made a simple syntax mistake when copying/pasting the code... so now I managed to output my images, hurray!
The only thing left to do is to make sure that, once a layer has been randomly picked and used, it is not picked again.
How to achieve this?
[Student] tablepkid FirstName 01 John 02 Mary 03 Kate
[CourseGrades] tableSID courseName Grade 01 maths A 01 english B 01 science C 01 geography D 02 english C 02 science B 02 geography C 03 maths B 03 english E 03 geography D
[CourseGrades] is the master grade table where grades are just jotted down in no particular order and does not require any grades for students to be present.
Desired output:FirstName MathsGrade ScienceGrade John A C Mary NULL B Kate B NULL
I'm currently using the query below to get my desired output....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-02 at 05:24
To achieve more performance you need to set those other columns as indexes as well and also optimise the query (this is specific to the database you are using, e.g.
Now, the question I have posted sounds quite vague, as no development team should release an application into production without Firebase security rules, but what I really wish to know is how a malicious user could potentially access the data on a Firebase project if AppCheck is in place. Let's say I have a simple application that lets users jot down quick notes (which are saved to Firebase Firestore). Now, every user has to be authenticated and all the notes created by that user lie under a collection with their email or uid.
If I am releasing this application only on Android and iOS platforms and AppCheck is securely in place, the only way to read/write or modify data on Firestore would be through a genuine version of the app released on AppStore or PlayStore, which means an unauthorized user/hacker cannot read or modify any data (they are not supposed to have access to) unless they either reverse engineer the android or ios app or inject malicious code that lets them do so. I cannot imagine this would be an easy task to do. Now while I will implement AppCheck and Firebase Security Rules before releasing an app, how do I account for this possibility, i.e the app being reverse-engineered or hacked? And how likely is it? Because AppCheck also states that only "requests originate from your authentic app" will be allowed, which I assume means an application that has not been tampered with....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-12 at 13:52
While App Check adds an important layer of protection against abuse to your applications, it does not replace Firebase's server-side security rules.
While App Check drastically reduces the changes of abuse from unauthorized code, but as with any security mechanism that runs a client-side check, there is always a chance that a malicious user can bypass it.
Security rules are evaluated on the server only, and cannot be bypassed by anyone. You can tightly control exactly what data any specific user can access.
By combining App Check and security rules, you can reduce broad abuse quickly, while also retaining fine-grained control over who can access what data.
We had a good discussion about the topic here too: What is the purpose of Firebase AppCheck?
Hi I have php code which I use json_encode to create from an array a json code, the thing or porblem is that json_encode becomes the array to a lineal json what I mean it this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-13 at 20:12
Just format it this way:
I just upgraded to laravel 8 and needed to build a website using fonts. I've downloaded the fonts and put them in the resources folder in a fonts folder. After that i added them to my css, but it doesn't seem to work. Am i missing a step, does it need to be compiled bij webpack first? What am i doing wrong?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-25 at 17:49
local for loading fonts bypasses font compilation in webpack. So the fonts will not be automatically copied in to public folder and fonts must be copied manually in the proper path, Which is not recommended. To enable auto font manipulation you can use this:
I have a SpringBoot 2.4.2 application that uses JSON Web Tokens (JWT, sometimes pronounced /dʒɒt/, the same as the English word "jot") is an Internet proposed standard for creating data with optional signature and/or optional encryption whose payload holds JSON that asserts some number of claims. The tokens are signed either using a private secret or a public/private key. For example, a server could generate a token that has the claim "logged in as admin" and provide that to a client. The client could then use that token to prove that it is logged in as admin.
This is my WebSecurityConfig:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-20 at 12:28
What is the path that you call from Postman? If it's
/api/v1/users I can see that you have this path set in the
shouldNotFilter method of your filter. Doesn't that mean that you're ignoring your JWT filter for this path?
By the way, if you don't need any additional functionality you can use Spring Security's support for validating JWTs. Have a look at this tutorial to see how it's configured. This way you will not need your own filter.
I've been working on a project to reverse-enginner twitter's app to scrape public posts from Twitter using an unofficial API, with Python. (I want to create an "alternative" app, which is simply a localhost that can search for a user, and get its posts)
I've been searching and reading everything related to REST, AJAX, and the python modules requests, requests-html, BeautifulSoup, and more.
I can see when looking at twitter on the devtools (for example on Marvel's profile page) that the only relevant requests being sent (by POST and GET) are the following: client_event.json and UserTweets?variables=... . I understood that these are the relevant messages being received by cleaning the network tab and recording only when I scroll down and load new tweets - these are the only messages that came up which aren't random videos (I cleaned the search using -video -init -csp_report -config -ondemand -like -pageview -recommendations -prefetch -jot -key_live_kn -svg -jpg -jpeg -png -ico -analytics -loader -sharedCore -Hebrew).
I am new to this field, so I am probably doing something wrong. I can see on UserTweets the response I'm looking for - a beautiful JSON with all the data I need - but I am unable, no matter how much I've been trying to, to access it.
I've been trying to send a GET reuest to: https://twitter.com/i/api/graphql/vamMfA41UoKXUmppa9PhSw/UserTweets?variables=%7B%22userId%22%3A%2215687962%22%2C%22count%22%3A20%2C%22cursor%22%3A%22HBaIgLLN%2BKGEryYAAA%3D%3D%22%2C%22withHighlightedLabel%22%3Atrue%2C%22withTweetQuoteCount%22%3Atrue%2C%22includePromotedContent%22%3Atrue%2C%22withTweetResult%22%3Afalse%2C%22withUserResults%22%3Afalse%2C%22withVoice%22%3Afalse%2C%22withNonLegacyCard%22%3Atrue%7D
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-17 at 13:34
I've just tried the same, but with
requests_html module. I could get all site contents, but I would not call it "beautiful".
Also, now I am blocked to access the site without logging in. Here is my small example. Use official Twitter API instead.
I also think that I will probably be blocked after some tries of using this script. I've tried it only 2 times.
I'm unable to read gzip encoded response in a Symfony projet. Here is my service :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-14 at 14:23
See https://github.com/symfony/symfony/issues/34238#issuecomment-550206946 - remove
Accept-Encoding: gzip from the array of headers if you want to receive a unzipped response, or unzip the response on your own
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Download the latest jot.jar from https://github.com/planetlevel/jot/tags
Grab the ciphers.jot file from https://github.com/planetlevel/jot/blob/master/src/main/resources/ciphers.jot
Launch your app with "java -javaagent:jot.jar=ciphers.jot"
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