kandi X-RAY | siri Summary
kandi X-RAY | siri Summary
Web service oriented, markup based, hyper extensible and performant presentation framework
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Entry point for the module
- Concatenates a list of Strings into a single string
- Find a set method
- Get the data
- Normalize a JSON value
- Builds a JsonNode
- Public for testing
- Extracts the id from an object
- Creates an object from a JsonNode
- Verify that the object is missing
- Parse a string into an object tree
- Normalize a JSON object
- Normalize an array
- Run the async task
- Perform an HTTP GET
- Add a new task
- Evaluate the parameters and return a map
- Execute the controller
- Called by the renderer thread
- Renders the supplied data
siri Key Features
siri Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on siri
I wrote an AppleScript to synch my Reminders (via export to JSON). It runs great... from the Script Editor. As soon as I tried to run it on the command line via
osascript, I discovered it hits a wall when it tries to access reminders. After maybe a minute and a half, I get this error:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-07 at 06:12
Wrap your script with timeout of 3600 seconds (1 hour). Your script time outs with default time = 2 minutes (120 seconds) per command. So,:
I have a pandas dataframe and for each row (column value) I would like to add +5. Meaning that I would leave the original numbers and add 5 to each.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-31 at 22:52
You need simple
My app was rejected for TestFlight Beta as follows:
"Guideline 2.5.4 - Performance - Software Requirements
Your app declares support for external-accessory in the UIBackgroundModes key in your Info.plist file but does not declare any external accessory protocols supported by your app. The external accessory background mode is intended for apps that communicate with hardware accessories through the External Accessory framework.
If your app is meant to work with external hardware, supported protocols must be included in the UISupportedExternalAccessoryProtocols key in your app's Info.plist file - and the hardware's PPID # should be provided in the Review Notes field of your app in App Store Connect.
Additionally, your app must be authorized by MFi to use the desired hardware. If you are not yet in the MFi Program, you can enroll at MFi program."
I read similar questions, but none answer or solve my problem.
In Xcode project settings I have checked "Uses Bluetooth LE accessories" under Background Modes.
In info.plist I have NSBluetoothPeriperalUsageDescription="Uses Bluetooth for switches and adaptive toys".
If I uncheck "Uses Bluetooth LE accessories" under Background modes I think my app will be approved, but it leaves out the following important set of users of the app as follows:
The app is for capability switch users in the Accessibility realm, which is already a small set of users. The feature requiring background communication between the app (central) and switches (peripheral) is for a specific subset of switch users that have a visual impairment and significant cognitive delays. This is an even smaller set of users, probably < 100 in the world, but it is an extremely important use case for these users. It is not practical to have the app always in the foreground when they use the app to use audio to say 1 or 2 words, typically "Yes"/"No", or "I need help!”, needed even when there is no WiFi or cell signal. For example, my test user (downloaded to her app directly from my Xcode dev env) with Fox G1 syndrome uses this mode exclusively and has seen great improvements in having some minimal control of things in her life (e.g., saying “I need help” when she feels a seizure coming on or requires diapering).
Current capability switches on the market use the Bluetooth HID profile, which does not allow for background use or 2-way communication between central (my app) and accessory (switch box), to do important feedback like adjusting delay time for switch activations for users with movement disorders and tremors, also the case of my test user.
Has anyone successfully received app approval for background communication with an accessory as a peripheral that is not MFi or HomeKit approved? When I read the MFi FAQ, this peripheral accessory does not appear to fall into the MFi umbrella, and with HomeKit I already came across the limitation that it does not work when the device is sleeping (this latter case is another bone I have to pick, since non-touch users cannot turn on lights, open auto-doors, turn up heaters... unless the device is open which they cannot physically do, and Siri is not an option since they are non-verbal!).
Additional technical background regarding the app: I use only CoreBluetooth (UART), where the app is the central. My API is so simple I am slightly embarrassed to list it, but here goes:
// BLE UART API
let receiveSwitch1On: NSString = "SWITCH1_ON"
let receiveSwitch1Off: NSString = "SWITCH1_OFF"
let receiveSwitch2On: NSString = "SWITCH2_ON"
let receiveSwitch2Off: NSString = "SWITCH2_OFF"
let sendSwitchboxOn: NSString = "ON"
let sendSwitchboxOff: NSString = "OFF"
let updateDebouncePrefix: NSString = "DEBOUNCE="
let updateGraceOffPrefix: NSString = "GRACE_OFF=“
Does anyone have a suggestion on what I could change technically, or advice for navigating the app approval process on what my lowest cost option would be to keep this use case of background comm between app and peripheral? Already I've spent significant time and money to create this capability. I am not in this to make money, but to provide some benefit to a small set of users that are largely left out of technology. I am willing to spend more time and money to reach the finish line, but I really can't afford a lot of ongoing program costs as I expect MFi or HomeKit might be.
Thanks for reading!...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-15 at 20:02
Check your info plist.
Apple's message says that you have external accessory background capability selected. This is not the Bluetooth LE background mode you are discussing in your question.
You don't need external accessory capability to use Core Bluetooth in the background.
I am trying to use the Spotify PKCE authorization with Siri Shortcuts. Unfortunately, none of the solutions I have found have been applicable to my specific situation. I have this bit of code And I really have no idea what I am doing. Basically I need a SHA256 hash of a string of characters, but this needs to be by bytes vs the hex. This then needs to be base64Url encoded. I’ve have tried most of the solutions on stack but I can’t seem to output the final product onto a webpage, which is the main way I am able to run Java script natively on iPhone. Any help would be greatly appreciated...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-11 at 06:41
await is not allowed at global level i.e you can use
await only inside
So how to solve? use promise instead of
await. like this
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-10 at 18:09
Finally, I got the solution of above problem.
First, we need to create an Enum type with name "Save" and then add the Cases with any name you want, I give "Yes" for 1 Index and "No" for 2 Index. As you can see in the below screenshot.
Then Go to your intents and then select Type of Enum instead of Boolean.
Then select Default value as "unknown".
Then go to your IntentHandler file and then paste the below code. That can Enable Siri to ask for a value "Yes" or "No" option because by default we have selected "unknown".
Long Story short. I have data that I'm trying to identify duplicate records by address. The address can be matched on the
I use a JOIN and UNION to get the records, but I need the matched records to appear with each other in the results.
I can't sort by any of the existing fields, so a typical 'ORDER BY' won't work. I looked into
RANK as suggested by someone and it looks like it might work, but I don't know how to do the Partition, and I think the Order gives me the same issue with
If RANK is not the best option I'm open to other ideas. The goal ultimately is to group the matched records someway.
- SSMS 18
- SQL Server 2019
Here is the setup:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-10 at 05:55
This query creates the desired result.
Backstory: I have created a bunch of stored procedures that analyze my client's data. I am reviewing a list of vendors and trying to identify possible duplicates. It works pretty well, but each record has 2 possible addresses, and I'm getting duplicate results when matches are found in both addresses. Ideally I'd just need the records to appear in the results once.
I created a "clean" version of the address where I remove special characters and normalize to USPS standards. This helps me match West v W v W. or PO Box v P.O. Box v P O Box etc. I then take all of the distinct address values from both addresses (
[cleanRemit_Address]) and put into a master list. I then compare to the source table with a
HAVING COUNT(*) > 1 to determine which addresses appear more than once. Lastly I take that final list of addresses that appear more than once and combine it with the source data for output.
If you view the results near the bottom you'll see that I have 2 sets of dupes that are nearly identical except for some slight differences in the addresses. Both the
Remit_Address are essentially the same so it finds a match on BOTH the
[cleanRemit_Address] values for "SouthWestern Medical" and "NERO CO" so both sets of dupes appear twice in the list instead of once (see the desired results at the bottom).
I need to match
[cleanRemit_Address] but I don't know how to limit each record appearing once in the results.
- SSMS 18
- SQL Server 2019
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-07 at 21:45
Just add a
row_number per supplier to the final resultset and filter out only row number 1 only.
row_number function requires an
order by clause which is used to determine which of the duplicate rows you wish to keep. Change that to suit your circumstances.
My end goal is to click the "Enable Switch Control" checkbox, which can be found under Accessibility-> Switch Control in System Preferences. I have had some trouble getting the applescript to work and would like to find out what is causing the issue. My current code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-15 at 21:54
There appears to be a bug in that System Preferences will not properly
reveal anchor "Switch" of pane id "com.apple.preference.universalaccess" and as such, here is a workaround.
The following example AppleScript code tested under macOS Catalina and works for me to click the Enable Switch Control checkbox:
In my app, I have two targets.
- Target 1 -> Main App
- Target 2 -> Siri Intent Extention.
I have a function in my Target 1 (Main app) which I want to call from Target 2 (Intent Extention)...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-10 at 09:50
There's no difference between sharing code with any extension and a Siri Intent extension.
You should just add the files you need to the extension target like in this solution in this post
I've done the same with a Share extension.
I need to use replace a file checking exact matches of the word he or "he" but not replacing 'he' inside weather so I decided to use the sed command on macOS. I tries using both double quotes and single quotes but it doesn't change anything...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-10 at 03:21
What you've asked sed to match is
- so of course it doesn't update (that's because OSX sed isn't GNU sed).
If you want to replace
he on it's own or
"he" you'll need to match quite a few different cases (to make this work generally and not grab a
he in a word).
\she\s*$ie. Line ends with he
^\s*he\sie. Line starts with he
\she\sie. A he as a separate word
Someone else suggested use
[[:<:]] character class instead of
\< - that works nicely on OSX ...
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You can use siri 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 siri 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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