kandi X-RAY | CrudApp Summary
kandi X-RAY | CrudApp Summary
Crud app with AngularJS , Restful , Bootstrap
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Add person
- Gets the adress
- Gets the surname
- Gets the first name of the sentence
- Get a list of people connected to a project
- Retrieves a list of person objects
- Set the id
- Get a list of all people connected to this project
- Delete a person
- Get the database connection
- Update a person
- Gets the id
- Add a person to this person
- Updates the person for the person
- Returns a list of all persons
- Get the person with the given id
- Removes a person from this person
CrudApp Key Features
CrudApp Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on CrudApp
I want to know how to trigger the model validation in bootstrap modal pop up before submitting? I want to trigger the required and remoteattribute validation from my modal pop up
Here is my model code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-27 at 08:02
You are triggering the CheckFirstName Action which doesn't exist in your controller.
I'm developing an app which uses MongoDB realm and Redux. When only redux is in the project, no problem. But then after debuggin it with realm installed errors started happening. Realm is using
port=8083 for its XML requests, while React Native is running by default in
port=8081. So, when realm does its first XML request to initialize the realm app react native crashes.
By looking at the react-native-debugger documentation its possible to change de debugger port. Nice! And then i searched for a way to do the same in react-native. As weird as it sounds, apparently react-native's android port is hardcoded by the
react-native init, meaning that only the
default 8081 port works. Actually, only the metro server and ios port can be changed. I requested support from MongoDB, about changing their
default port to 8081. But still waiting for an answer.
This is the app repository Any suggestion?
Thanks in advance!...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-20 at 16:03
So, the react native app was running in the emulator and it did just fine. Then, i had this idea of turning off the SIM Card internet in the physical device. After doing so, the local wi-fi was used (where the computer was connected as well). Shazam...! That was it. End of story. This was the issue. What bugs me is that the documentation forgot to mention this use case. The nearest i could find was this
I have a question on the HTTP put method using Axios. I'm creating a task scheduling application utilizing React, and Express with a MySQL database. I want to be able to update task data. So far, I have my project opening a modal on the specific task with an edit button being clicked. I have a get request populating form with the existing data. It is not passing Task ID # from the ExpressJS route /tasks/update/:TASK_ID. I tried passing the ID as a parameter to the update button click-event handler. It is undefined. I know the problem is related to Axios put data request and not being passed an ID. I want a put request working. Ideas? Any assistance is appreciated. Thanks!...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-02 at 05:19
Going through your code, I found the issue due to which you're not able to TASK_ID to Http put method. You've not passed the required arguments to event handler.
Here is your method which handles onClick event when user tries to Update by clicking on Update button present in
I created two filters to run for every request JwtUsernameAndPasswordFilter and JwtTokenVerifier. I have used these two filters before and they HAVE worked. I think the main issue is with my Spring Security Config. When I debug these two filters only JwtTokenVerified is recognized and JwtUsernameAndPasswordFilter does not get called at all. When I make a request from PostMan with a application/json content type the server would give me an error:
class path resource [templates/logIn.html] cannot be opened because it does not exist
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-05 at 04:21
When I debug these two filters only JwtTokenVerified is recognized and JwtUsernameAndPasswordFilter does not get called at all.
JwtUsernameAndPasswordFilter is being called. To prove it, either put a debug statement in your filter or better, in your
Spring Security debugger, like so:
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use CrudApp 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 CrudApp 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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