kandi X-RAY | zheng Summary
kandi X-RAY | zheng Summary
Based on Spring+SpringMVC+Mybatis distributed agile development system architecture, it provides a complete set of public microservice service modules: centralized authority management (single sign-on), content management, payment center, user management (support third-party login), WeChat platform
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Create a generator .
- Gets the HTML of the request .
- validate client session
- generate random image
- Decompress a jar file
- encode content to AES
- Around invocation point .
- Gets authorization policy .
- Delete UMS session .
- Gets the MD5 hash of a string .
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New to coding and doing an interview challenge.
They've asked for a dashboard made from JQuery (which I've never used before). Lots of help from W3schools and here in stack has me accomplished 100% of the functionality I need (even if the design could be improved: functionality first polish later!)
One of the bonus is to have some UI /UX functionality, so I've made the divs dragable, and I added the snip below from https://jqueryui.com/resizable/ to make the divs resizable....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-18 at 21:46
You simply did not use the jQuery-ui CSS file...
Didn't I bind the crs namespace in the opening course tag? The issue appears to actually be the xsi:schemaLocation statement, but I'm not sure what that is. I'm applying namespaces to the student and course elements to address name collision on the firstName and lastName elements. I would think this would be pretty straightforward....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-09 at 18:01
You just have a syntax error that can be hard-to-spot with certain fonts...
i in your namespace prefix definition for
I'm trying to set a hashtable (dictionary) in PowerShell. When I try this line:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-28 at 23:37
You have to separate Key/Value pairs on the same line with a semicolon
I am trying to produce a table within my Rmd that includes references. This sits within a manuscript that will contain these and other references. Within the manuscript I'm able to use [@xxxx] ok. I tried this as a column in the table and using the
Flextable packages with no success.
This is what my Rmd looks like...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-27 at 20:14
ftExtra may be solution here:
I'm trying to display a custom web font on a
element, however it doesn't always display correctly first time as the font has not been pre-loaded:
How it currently looks:
Here's how it should look:
I'm aware that several methods of pre-loading web fonts exist but unfortunately they're not applicable to this situation because the page can use up to 90 fonts.
The reason for the large number is because I'm using a Chinese font which has been segmented into many separate
.woff2 files so that my CSS file can make use of the
unicode-range descriptor like so:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-02 at 06:16
In an ideal world I'd be able to attach a callback function to the automatic download of the fonts
I wouldn't call it an ideal world yet, but you can actually do that.
document.fonts.ready Promise resolves when all the fonts necessary to render visible text on the page have loaded.
Not far from there, you can iterate through
document.fonts which holds all the FontFaces that have been declared and check if they have loaded or not, along with their defined unicode-range if required.
I'd like to scrap a movie forum, which has a structure like...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-29 at 11:11
A full code example would help me direct you towards the best way to achieve what you want. But sounds like you're on the right way.
Think you just need to do a callback on a
I am trying to check my Perpetual Swap contracts on Okex Exchange, from the terminal. I am using openssl to make the HMAC SHA256 signature. But so far I am only getting a "code":405," error, and the docs are not very insightful: https://www.okex.com/docs/en/#summary-yan-zheng
I wonder if someone who has more experience with the Okex Rest Api could help with this script?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-25 at 09:39
It's get not post for this call.
I am trying to build
gRPC c++ from source from Build gRPC C++
I have already installed bazel.
Though when I tried to build I am seeing following error.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-20 at 23:38
The commit of grpc you are trying to build is not compatible with the version of bazel you have installed (2.0.0).
9dfbd34f5c0b20bd77658c73c59b9a3e4e8f4e14 is quite old (15 April 19), where the HEAD of that repo (at the time of writing this) is at
eba60d8dbe4099c34b8097b2c89998d4484740ac, which now in BUILDING.md shows you need at least version 1.0.0 (there is a bazel wrapper at
tools/bazel that will intercept and use 1.0.0 anyway)
For your specific commit however, trying different versions, I was able to build
:all label with bazel version 0.20.0
I'd recommend trying bazelisk. You can add it to your PATH, add a
.bazelversion file to the repository and bazelisk will take care of downloading the required bazel version.
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You can use zheng 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 zheng 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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