kandi X-RAY | har Summary
kandi X-RAY | har Summary
HAR file reader, writer and viewer. har is a library for reading and writing HAR files directly. The need for building another library arose from the fact that all other implementations use, jackson JSON parser, whereas I needed to use Google GSON library for parsing. As a library it also includes many convenience methods to working with the HAR model instance. har is also a command line application that can be used to view the HAR files offline, either on the console or inside the browser. Every other known tool currently requires you to either go online, or install a browser extension or run a PHP (or another) server. har is also a set of utilities that help in working with files, like extracting specific pages or request, or viewing the response.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Reads HAR file
- Connects references to page and entries
- Construct a HarAR from a JsonElement
- Runs the HAR command
- Start view to console
- Compares this har cookie with the given cookie name
- Compares this object with the specified name
- Compares this object with the specified id
- Compares the HarPostParam with the specified name
- Compares a HarQueryParm with the specified name
- Returns the hash code
- Ordered by start date
- Formats the request
har Key Features
har Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on har
I'm working with this API: http://hp-api.herokuapp.com/api/characters, which returns an array of objects. I have an input in my HTML that has an "keyup" event listener....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-17 at 04:25
Assuming an input field with an id of "input", you can filter the results to match the value of the input field:
I am sending messages from an ATMEGA644 to a Linux machine, and the CRC32 routine gives a different result on the two machines. The CRC algorithm is from MIT.
The ATMEGA version is compiled with avr-gcc and the Linux version with cc. The Linux compilation produces two warnings about the size of the printf parameters in the test harness, but even if you eliminate these warnings, the result is the same.
Here is the crc32 routine, together with a main() test harness that shows the problem:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-22 at 15:29
The two different systems you are comparing have
int types of different sizes, and although your code does not use
int explicitly, it is used implicitly by the rules of the C language.
On the AVR,
~0U has the type
unsigned int (i.e.
uint16_t) and a value of 0xFFFF.
On a normal PC,
~0U has the type
unsigned int (i.e.
uint32_t) and a value of 0xFFFFFFFF.
Like Tom Karzes said, you should just use
~crc if you want to invert all the bits in the
crc variable in a simple, cross-platform way.
This is my test (maven-plugin-testing-harness 3.3.0, junit 5.6.2):...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-04 at 05:07
Please, consider the implementation of the test class as an example: maven-plugin-testing/ParametersMojoTest.java at maven-plugin-testing-3.3.0 · apache/maven-plugin-testing.
Considering this example, please, note the Mojo instantiation approach:
The Mojo instantiation uses the
I'm trying to install
npm install node-sass --save-dev in my
windows 11 but I get this
npm ERR! gyp ERR!
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-23 at 17:00
@jonrsharpe many thanks for the inputs. You saved a lot of my time.
node.js from version
17.1.0 to version
16.13.0 resolved the issue.
Please consider the following function:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-12 at 19:04
You can use the regular concurrency structs provided in the standard library to fix this issue. In this example, I use a barrier to ensure that the end of the closure is reached before the test function exits. I create the barrier with a value of 2 since wait must be called twice before the barrier is released on both threads. This behavior might not be desirable when calling
shiny_function multiple times so you could also substitute another concurrency structure that only blocks in a single location.
npm install in the relevant react project folder, it gives back this error after installing node modules
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-07 at 06:54
I had the same problem with literally the exact same number of vulnerabilities.
Check out the solution here
npm 8.1.2 |
Npm throws the error below when I use
npm install, I believe it is about versions but not sure, I installed
npm version 7.19.1 but still got the same error, any idea why and how to solve this issue?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-28 at 18:32
That means that the
package-lock.json file was created while performing an
npm install with an
npm version less than 7.
npm 7 has changed not only the format of
package-lock.json, but also how it handles peer dependencies. When you upgrade to a newer
npm version ( >=7 ) make sure to test everything properly with a freshly checked out repo that still has the old file version.
You can resolve the issue (when all testing went well) by committing and pushing the
package-lock.json in the new format.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-27 at 16:17
I would recommend keeping the linter stuff only in the config of
pre-commit doesn't necessarily run as a pre-commit hook. You can run the checks every time by
pre-commit run --all-files or if you want to run it only on given files with
pre-commit run --files path/to/file.
You can even say which which check should run, e.g.
pre-commit run black --all-files
I am trying to build a simple example using the Graph capabilities in Oracle DB, and hitting a problem running a SPARQL query. I added some data as shown in the guide, and that seemed to work properly. Next I tried running a simple SPARQL query using the SEM_MATCH function:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-29 at 19:50
When I installed Oracle Spatial, JAVAVM was not installed; I ran into this error and subsequently installed JAVAVM, but it didn't solve the problem. What did solve it is reinstalling Spatial afterwards, so it seems that JAVAVM must be installed prior to Spatial.
Right after my TypeScript project initialization in VSCode using firebase tools for composing Firebase Cloud Functions following the official documentation the very first line of the
index.ts file displays an error:
.eslintrc.js displays an error:
Since all files are auto-generated these errors are a complete surprise and I want to get rid of them.Versions
For the record, here are the versions installed:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-16 at 16:17
Ok, I have solved the problem with a great help of this github thread False positive Error - TS6133 error (declared but its value is never read) report.
I have changed
"noUnusedLocals" setting in the
tsconfig.json file from the default
false, so the file becomes:
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use har 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 har 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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