kandi X-RAY | community Summary
kandi X-RAY | community Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Insert a comment
- Create a new notification
- Insert comment
- Starts the Downloader
- Downloads a file from an URL
- Gets profile
- Find notification by id
- Generate hot tag schedule
- Update hot tags
- Publish a user
- Create or update a question
- Gets user info
- Show question
- Read a notification
- Register user information
- Region Gitee callback
- Displays HTML error page
- Handle exception handling
- Redis template
- Upload file
- Set session attributes
- Edit user
- Sq callback
- Submits a query to a model
- Create Redis cache configuration
- Get github callback
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I am trying to divide merged information from one cell into separate cells.
one cell:amount:2 price:253,18 price2:59,24 EU status:WBB NAS MRR OWA PXA min:1 opt:3 category: PNE code z:195750
divided data: (I want to export each part into another cell)amount:2 price:253,18 price2:59,24 EU status:WBB NAS MRR OWA PXA min:1 opt:3 category: PNE code z:195750
I can't simply divide by finding empty space, status cell which is case-sensitive | status:WBB NAS MRR OWA PXA| has a different data range with spaces that can't be divided.
Split ( expression [,delimiter] [,limit] [,compare] )...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-24 at 11:44
As the order is the same one way is to simply search for adjacent key names & parse out whats in-between:
I have set a react-native project with the cli. It works, but I have a very anoying eslint error:
Strings must use singlequote.eslint(quotes)
I have tried to write this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 13:57
You can turn off any specific rule like so:
I need to do local/offline development using AWS ElastiCache for Redis. I checked LocalStack but the open source Community Edition do not provide this feature. You can refer the pricing model here. Is there any other alternative for local/offline development using AWS ElastiCache for Redis?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 11:22
Elasticache is just hosted Redis; you don't need anything special for development, just a local copy of Redis (in a container if you'd like).
I am serving dash content inside a Flask app which uses blueprint for registering the routes. App setup:
- Dash is initialised with
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 10:22
I was able to fix this by removing
sub_filter directive from nginx conf and updating url_prefixes in flask app. The steps I took are posted on this dash forum
I have a AdvancedCollectionView from Windows Community Toolkit version 6.1.1 and trying to use it to filter out on 2 string properties.
I have created a simple app to reproduce the issue : https://github.com/touseefbsb/UWP-Filter-List
It has a textbox for filtering between StartNumber and EndNumber properties of items.
but as soon as I enter text "123" into it, it shows no item in the ListView when it should actually show only the first item, based on the test logic.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 09:31
I'm afraid you can't use
TextChanged event, please refer the source code here.
I have spent some hours playing with Electron and I have observed that it consistently takes more than 2.5 seconds to draw a trivial html file to the screen. The timeline is roughly as follows:
- 60 ms: app
readyevent is triggered; we create a window using
- 170 ms: a blank window appears on the screen
- 2800 ms: the window shows the specified HTML
Regarding my machine, I am running Windows 10 on a ThinkPad T460 from 2016 with a SSD and enough memory.Questions
Shipping an application that shows a blank window for so long upon startup is a no-go for me. I assume most people developing Electron apps think similarly. Hence my first question: am I doing something wrong? Or is this the expected loading time for a trivial Electron app?
Assuming this is normal behavior, what is the common way to deal with this problem? Some ideas come to mind:
- Asking Electron to show a splash screen: unless there is specific built-in functionality for this, it seems like a no-go, since the splash screen itself would be shown only after 2.5 seconds.
- Hide the app's window until it is rendered (using the
ready-to-showevent), so no blank window is shown. This isn't ideal, since it means that the user doesn't get any feedback whatsoever that the application is actually loading.
- Create a wrapper application (using native code) that displays a splash screen, launches electron and hides itself once the electron window is shown. Kind of defeats the purpose of using Electron in the first place, because you end up writing native code and adding accidental complexity.
- Setting the background color of the window to something resembling your app, as suggested by the docs. This just doesn't look very well.
Given this must be a common problem, I hope standard solutions have been found by the community. I'd be glad if someone can point me in the right direction....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 02:38
What if you hid your window until it's ready to show, then show your window, and while your window's hidden show a loading spinner.
First only show your main window until after it's ready:
From an API request, I get an array of data like below (I get 100 elements, but here I'm showing only 2):...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 14:56
First, update initial state:
I want to create a Google script to check if a given URL is indexed by Google, so I write the following function:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 06:28
Unfortunately doing this directly by attempting to web scrape the search results using UrlFetchApp will not work. You can use third party tools to get the number of search results, however.More Information:
I tested this out using an exponential backoff method which sometimes is able to get past
429 errors when a fetch request is invoked by
UrlFetchApp to either web scrape or to connect to an API, it can happen that the server denies the request on the grounds of
too many requests - or
HTTP Error 429.
Google Apps Script runs in the cloud, from a set of IP addresses in a pool that Google own. You can actually see all the IP ranges here. Most websites (especially large companies such as Google) have architecture in place to prevent the use of bots scraping their websites and slowing down traffic.
Sometimes it's possible to get past this error, using a mixture of exponential backoff and random time intervals as shown for the Binance API (Full Disclosure: this GitHub repository was written by me.)
I assume that either Google directly blocks the Apps Script IP pool, or there are simply too many people trying the same thing - because with the same techniques I was unable to get any response that didn't involve entering a captcha as we discussed in the comments above and can be seen in the log of the
There are many third party APIs that you can use to do this, and I suggest searching for one that meets your needs.
I tested out one called Authoritas which returns search engine indexing for different keywords. The API is asynchornous, so can take up to a minute to get a response, so a Web App solution needs to be made.
The flow I used is as follows:
- Obtain API key from Authoritas (free)
- Create a new Apps Script project to make an API call:
I changed my password on SVN host (Assembla) and when using AnkhSVN in VisualStudio 2017 Community, Ankh asked for my new password, I entered it, but forgot to check the "Remember my password" checkbox. The password was correct as the svn actions worked. But when I restarted VS2017 it froze.
I started VS2017 with the commandline
devenv /SafeMode and that worked. I set the SourceControl plugin to none and closed VS2017.
I now starts without a problem, but when I select AnkhSVN as the SourceControl plugin, VS2017 hangs again.
I uninstalled and reinstalled AnkhSVN (2.9.58) again, but that didn't help either.
I suppose it is an authentication problem ? Can I force AnkhSVN to ask for my password again ?
I tried deleting de files in
%APPDATA%\Subversion\auth\svn.simple but that didn't help, VS2017 still hangs when selecting the AnkhSVN SourceControl plugin. So I guess it's not an authentication problem.
I also checked
%APPDATA%\Microsoft\VisualStudio\15.0_122aad70\ActivityLog.xml (by using
devenv /log). The last entry is:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-27 at 09:25
You can use a different svn client (example: TortoiseSVN, or cmd-line) to set the password.
All SVN Clients share the same stored password mechanics.
You can also remove the stored password(s) by accessing the saved passwords which are available under
%APPDATA%\Subversion\auth\svn.simple removing the files inside will make SVN tools "forget" your passwords.
I use Flutter with Android Studio on a Mac.
One day (today), I ran "flutter doctor" from the command line.
It stated that my "cocoapods" was not good enough....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-12 at 04:49
You could try:
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use community 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 community 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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