kandi X-RAY | overlayweaver Summary
kandi X-RAY | overlayweaver Summary
Overlay Weaver is an overlay construction toolkit, which supports overlay algorithm designers in addition to application developers. For application developers, the toolkit provides a common API for higher-level services such as distributed hash table (DHT) and multicast. Applications relying on the common API depend no specific transport protocol, database implementation and routing algorithm. The toolkit provides multiple routing algorithms, Chord, Kademlia, Koorde, Pastry, Tapestry and FRT-Chord. These algorithms could be implemented only in hundreds lines of code because of routing layer decomposition. Routing layer under the higher-level services has been decomposed into multiple components, routing driver, routing algorithm and messaging service. The decomposition also facilitates implementation of a new algorithm. A newly implemented algorithm can be tested, evaluated and compared on emulator, which can host hundreds of thousands of virtual nodes. It enables large-scale emulation and fair comparison between algorithms.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Return the next hop candidates
- Updates the hash value
- Initializes the routing context
- Entry point for testing
- The main entry point
- Test program
- Parses the scenario
- Parses DHT
- This method executes the command
- Outputs information to the console
- Runs the datagram socket
- Entry point
- Sets up the handlers
- Calculate the length of the between two IDs
- Process a message
- Main execution method
- From interface JoinRoutingTable
- Parses the DHT command and executes the GET request
- Runs the datagram
- Sends a message to the destination
- Prepares the handlers for updating the routing table
- Initializes the components for this frame
- Prepares the message handlers
- Parses the DHT request and performs the remove request
- Parses the scenario
- Join two neighbors
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Having a hard time traversing and querying elements from a
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-09 at 06:24
In PostgreSQL all
jsonb array functions only for using
JSONB types, not
First-way you can use
unnestfunction to convert arrays to rows, after then you can use
Second-way change type
JSONin your table. Don't worry, you can still insert your JSON string data which is written above into
JSONBfield without any problems. Inside the
JSONBstrings, we can use arrays using formatted strings.
Jsonb array functionsonly for arrays written inside JSON string.
Just in case I can use videos in cropper.js here is my source code....
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ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-12 at 08:36
If you don't want a frontend just follow the official django tutorial to learn how to serve html/css/js from django.
From there you can either pass the data you need from your api down through the django context, or you can use
The latter would look like this.
I am trying to have my frontend server pull an http request from my backend server, but am getting the following error in my browser console:...
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A quick approach is to add @CrossOrigin (import is org.springframework.web.bind.annotation.CrossOrigin) to your Rest Controller(s).
I have a container being used to hold a registration form. I tried adding
position: relative then using
top: combined with a negative integer to move the image, but what happens instead is that the entire container is being moved, rather than the background image. I am using bootstrap as a frontend framework.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-30 at 01:32
The first point is to try not to use negative position value in your CSS code as much as possible. It's kind of dirty code and may cause some issues in styling later!
Why don't you use
background-position to set the position of the image background?
as an example:
I know the standard way is to use Express, but i was wondering how i could achieve this without having to use it. I already know how to serve html files using http/https in a common website (without a frontend framework) through nodejs, but when i tried to do the same with index.html from React app, it wouldn't work. I think it's important to mention that i am using react-router. I searched a lot about this but every tutorial would use Express, so i couldn't find help in google.
Here's how i would do with plain html:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-19 at 20:00
Ok, i eventually got it:
I am using React.js as Frontend framework,
I have an icon from antd, and I want to put it in the 'alt' prop of an image tag, so in case that the url I pass there will be null - it will go to put the icon there.
I tried using 'alt' but it only accepts string. is it possible to put there an icon? (like one from antd?)
to emphasize - I want to add it as -
as in in an actual icon and NOT AS A URL....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-19 at 12:17
From the docs:
I am writing code that uses data binding to change the
innerHTML of an
span to the input of the user, but I can't get it to work. What it should do is show the input on the right side of the input field on both the input fields, but it doesn't. Can someone please help me out.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-15 at 13:37
Your main issue is this part:
We are a small company, using emberjs as the main frontend framework for our projects. The frontend architect sticks to it like liquid glue sticks to paper, because he doesn't know any other frameworks. The main reason that is forced is the slogan: 'convention over configuration'. And there are reasons like emberjs is faster in larger scale applications. Anyone can reason pro-contra for emberjs, angular, react etc.. (hopefully someone who knows all of them, at least emberjs, and another)? We are having meeting sessions about this, where junior frontend devs try to convince the architect about the other frameworks. In my opinion this should not be a technical issue, all of the frameworks are capable of developing 'larger scale' applications. The real reason should be the recruiting, we would find react/angular devs more easily. Thanks...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-18 at 14:16
I was in the same situation and managed to migrate to react+redux toolkit+nextjs.
The way I started my introduction is by explaining what is react. React is a rendering engine. I compared it to glimmer components and ember components. I then explained that most of our components were ember components wich are deprecated and need to be migrated anyway
I then explained that we could just live with ember data, ember cli and react.
Then I showed why ember cli was old and there was this new cool kid embroider that we will need to migrate in the future. I explained what was embroider and how it compared with nextjs. I pointed out that I had experience with react and nextjs but not with embroider.
Then I pitched that Ember Data along with nextjs and react was a viable solution. I also showed that the standard stack with nextjs and react was to use in place of ember data: redux toolkit (you could choose react-query depending on your needs)
At the end of this meeting, people were excited but still had questions. I then had to do different presentations and discussions about architecture and costs. I produced swot analysis, risk analysis, benchmarks on component libraries (we went with zendesk garden), cost of development per feature..
It's a long process but if you take time to discuss. Remove any passion from the discussions and at the end focus on reducing costs, you'll get your migration.. and yeah the fact we were struggling to recruit ember experts helped with my arguments :D
I should write a blog post about that xD
PS: regarding "convention over configuration", you can find this concept applied by nextjs and redux toolkit
Is it possible to use React (with Encore) without node running?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-18 at 09:18
reactjs app is a list of static js and css files that don't require nodejs to be run, but nodejs is required to build react application
You can use overlayweaver 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 overlayweaver 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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