kandi X-RAY | colorpicker Summary
kandi X-RAY | colorpicker Summary
A custom color picker that will pick colors from any image.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Initializes the view
- Set the OnTouchListener on the screen
- Convert a drawable to a Bitmap
- Set the gradient view of the GradientView
- Set a color picker
- Setter for the color of the dialog s color
- Set the color in picker
- Inflate the view
- Set view overlay
- Called when the image view is clicked
colorpicker Key Features
colorpicker Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on colorpicker
Spec : Trial based JqGrid 5.5 from "http://trirand.com/blog/jqgrid/jqgrid.html" used .
Status: I have created a Dummy Column successfully, but was not able to implement a Jquery-Color-Picker
Requirement : Multi-selected row Data from columns & Hexadecmal value from the Dummy Column need to be fetched.
Does nay body have brilliant ideas ?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-01 at 09:54
The solution provided here uses a custom formatter and unformat function to get the selected value. For the demo we use this colorpicker
I am coding a form that has an input type color. When you click that, you see a colorpicker, and the rgb values of the default color. I would like to know if there's a way to have HEX colors as default. As in this example. By default it looks as the left part of the image, and I would like it to be as in the right part of the image. I don't know if this is possible. Thank you :)...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-24 at 21:34
The color picker is provided as is by the browser, same way dropdowns appear as the browser has defined.
While there is a way to change some of it's appearance, you can not go as deep as you want. Also let me note that what you are seeing is how chrome shows the color picker, other browsers show it quite differently, if you open it in Firefox or Safari it will be different. If you want to go deeper into that topic, I found this article quite in-depth.
I have a simple setup where I'm using HTML input tag to get a color picker.
However I seem unable to get the results directly, here is the setup I use:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-20 at 09:28
You can use oninput property.
I'm trying to render picture equals to chosen color, but I'm getting the following error for some reason:
Uncaught Error: RenderProductImage(...): Nothing was returned from render. This usually means a return statement is missing. Or, to render nothing, return null.
Here are my functions:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-18 at 12:31
RenderProductImage function like below:-
How can I display my product.colors ? I need to parse them first that's why I'm trying with forEach somehow:
Here is what I tryed:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-16 at 17:06
forEach returns nothing so you cannot assign a variable to it the way you are doing it.
Use map instead
I'm creating a Gutenberg block for a slider using Boostrap. I can't figure out how I can go about inserting the "active" class only on the first post inside the loop, any suggestions would be appreciated, thanks.
This is my Edit file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-12 at 17:31
You can use the
index param in your
map function. If the index is
0 it is the first item in the loop.
I think I'm close but also missing something fundamental here with SwiftUI and passing data.
- I have a top-level Color var called "masterColor" which I house in my "DataModel" struct.
- Then in my view "NightLight", I have a system "ColorPicker", where I use a local var "localColor" to reflects whatever value the ColorPicker has.
- Finally I have a "BackgroundControllerView", which sets a background color (which I would like to read the dataModel.masterColor)
What I'm trying to do set the dataModel.masterColor (which my whole app can see) equal to my localColor, which only NightLight can see. I've simplified the structure here a bit but the thrust of the question is about how to take local data and set something global equal to it for the rest of the app to see....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-02 at 17:07
There's no need to have a separate
localColor. You can directly pass in
$dataModel.masterColor to the picker.
I'm using the color picker plugin in flutter but the dialog box or the color picker itself is running into an error. Here's the code for the color picker dialog:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-01 at 20:45
Use the Debugger to step through your code and see when "The getter 'red' was called on null" actually happens.
Is it possible to reference a React App that is running on another server using
The idea is that the React App returns an image string (or similar) like this:
So that it can be read in a
The main question is what React code simply sends back a request with the string so that it can be read in
Also is there a timeout for how long an
attempts to fetch an image?
React component imports...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-30 at 03:56
What you want is a CDN, which serves image assets via a
GET request (the img
src accepts a string which it uses to fetch (
This answer goes into more detail how to do it; HOWEVER, this is only one of many, many ways on how accomplish the above, but the concept is still the same: Making a request to retrieve an image via an img
I hesitate to provide full example code since I have no idea what stack you're working with and what your knowledge/comfort-level is regarding backend services. As such, if you want practice consuming a request that serves images on the frontend, then I'd recommend you start with this API service.Example
Here's one of many ways to do it: Example Repo
To run the example...
1.) Clone the repo:
git clone email@example.com:mattcarlotta/save-canvas-example.git
2.) Install dependencies:
yarn dev or
4.) Click one of the buttons to either save an image as PNG or as a PDF
The example includes quite a bit of notes, but to provide a brief:
- User clicks button. File Ref
- Depending on the clicked button, the canvas is converted to a
Blob, which is then converted to a
File. File Ref
- This file is then sent (via
POST) to an image microservice running at
http://localhost:4000listening for requests to
/upload-file. File Ref
- The microservice sees the request and directs to our middleware functions. File Ref
- Then it directs it to the
/upload-filecontroller. File Ref
- The controller determines if the file upload was valid (in the middleware), if not it throws an error. File Ref
- When valid, the file details are generated from
req.file(this comes from our
multermiddleware function), a directory is created and a file is saved to that directory. File Ref
filepathis then sent back to the client. File Ref
- Client receives
filepathfrom image microservice and sets it to state. File Ref
- Client then renders a shareable link, a link to view the file, and a preview. File Ref
How to interact with Angular ColorPicker components using Selenium WebDriver? There's no text field input for hex codes, and it's operated purely by mouse clicks. An example of it can be seen here: https://www.primefaces.org/primeng/showcase/#/colorpicker...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-19 at 15:40
Well you have the handle object:
You can try to drag it via Selenium up or down
For selecting colors you can find the "main" color picker and click not on the center of it, but by giving it offset:
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use colorpicker 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 colorpicker 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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