kandi X-RAY | Shuttle Summary
kandi X-RAY | Shuttle Summary
Shuttle is an open source, local music player for Android.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Create the root view
- Update the level for the equalizer band
- Copy the content of Equalizer to a custom preset
- Sets the equalizer position
- Create a new material dialog with an artwork provider
- Sets the items in the RecyclerView
- Removes the item at the given position
- Binds the message to the view
- Bind the file to the view
- Initialize this app
- Override this method to create a new view
- Loads all files in a directory
- Called when the view is created
- Adjust the layout s internal bounds
- Computes the in - memory interpolation value for a given color
- Attaches the view to a window
- Set up the contentView
- Handles start command
- Update the images
- Called when the activity is resumed
- Runs a tag
- Update the tracks
- Initialize the manager
- Saves the default values
- Update the music
- Update the UI
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Shuttle Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on Shuttle
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-25 at 14:48
I'm trying to simultaneously update 2 object's values inside an array when an onClick function is called. Currently I am able to decrement the target (selected) value by 1 (e.g -1) but am in need of suggestions for my next expectation:
If a previous value exists (e.g an option is selected) and I select a different option (radio button) I expect the previous value to increment by 1 (+1) simultaneously to the new value being decremented.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-24 at 05:43
Rather than overwriting the previous state with new state with a decremented
total_no, I'd have a function that calculates the decremented result without putting the result into state. This makes it easy to switch between selected names to decrement.
I am a React noob. I am using Material UI and Material UI icons and React to create a title with a forward and back button, so the user can scroll through the pictures on display. When I press the forward button, the picture in "index 2" shows nothing. When I press the back button, the picture in "index 0" is blank (weird, right?). This seems like a super weird bug in my mind. Is there something I am missing here? It is making no sense to me.
Here is my code (as you can see I'm still editing things, so I still have the default text from when I grabbed this from Material UI)....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-24 at 02:29
In your handler functions, the array index may go out of bound. So you should modify your handler functions like below:
I am trying to create a program that allows the entry of 3 astronaut names and then performs a 10 second countdown for take-off. I want it to only countdown if 3 names are entered, if less, exit or ask again. And on launch, wish ‘Bon Voyage’ to each astronaut by name....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-20 at 17:58
This should cover all the points you have made in a more pythonic way.
- it will stay in the while loop until three non empty strings are given for name
- it does the count down
- it will wish bon voyage to each astronaut personally
I am seeking to find optimal control (aoa and bank angle) to maximize cross range for a shuttle type reentry vehicle using Gekko. Below is my code currently and I am getting a "Solution not found" with "EXIT: Maximum Number of Iterations Exceeded". The simulation assumes a point mass with a non-rotating earth frame. The EOMS are 6 coupled, non-linear ODEs. I have tried using different solvers, implementing/removing state and control constraints, increasing maximum number of iterations, etc. I am not confident with my setup and implementation of the problem in Gekko and am hoping for some feedback on what I can try next. I have tried to follow the setup and layouts in APMonitor's Example 11. Optimal Control with Integral Objective, Inverted Pendulum Optimal Control, and Example 13. Optimal Control: Minimize Final Time. Solutions I'm seeking are below.
Any help is very much appreciated!...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-14 at 04:17
I got a successful solution by decreasing the final time (max=0.04 for successful solution) and rearranging the equations to avoid a possible divide-by-zero:
I have an svg path that represents a real life shuttle track in manufacturing. Each shuttle moves in a specific direction on the track, and I want the svg path to show the direction for a quick reference. Originally, I attempted to use markers to create arrows at specific intervals on the path, but this only allowed me to mark the middle and ends of the path. I found a solution to this problem on another question that I asked on StackOverflow.
This question was answered sufficiently, but my real goal was to create a series of arrows that marks a path along the entire length rather than just having markers at the endpoints. The reason for wanting the arrows along the entire path is that I plan to use the arrows as an indicator of the shuttle direction, and also as an indicator of the length of the path. Sometimes the path in svg form doesn't match the length of the real world path, and this can cause issues onsite. If I were using an svg polyline, this would be easy as there's a great method for creating a series of points on a polyline since it's composed of a series of small lines. There's great post outlining how to add arrows to a polyline on stackoverflow.
Anyways, I found a creative method for adding text arrows to an SVG path (Thank you @Holger Will), then implemented this method in D3, and wanted a place to share it, so I'm posting this question as a way to document my solution (solution is posted as an answer).
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-11 at 04:58
@Holger Will recommended a creative solution for adding arrows to an svg path. Basically, if you utilize the svg textPath and startOffset property, you can add text arrows using webfonts. This is an ingenious solution!
In my case, I need to implement this in D3, and this is how I've done it:
I am getting an error for my code below. The 3rd index in my file is the times for a web server log. I want to append it to the empty list. The second value I try to append always gets this error, regardless of what information is used. Any suggestions to fix this? Code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-11 at 03:32
You can write something like this based on your data. Your input has couple of new line characters at the beginning and end. If you want to include that as well, you may want to check
if len(split_data) > 1 before appending.
I am trying to delete the data within a
nav tag present in scraped data. I tried several methods and its extracting scuccessfully. But when I try to clean the rest of the data, the data from
nav tag is also appearing. I tried
decompose but all giving same results.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-30 at 21:18
I have two different tables in oracle apex, the first one is the documentation table which contains KPI's, the second one is the results table which contains all the KPI's results.
I have created a shuttle in a page to choose KPI's from documentation table then, insert the results into the result table. What I need is, if the showed KPI's from the documentation table don't have any result in the results table it should be appeared in red color. Is it possible to do that?? Note: the primary key and the foreign key for the join between the tables is kpicode
Here is a screenshot of the shuttle:
here is the SQL query for the shuttle to bring all the KPI's from the documentation table:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-18 at 11:55
The shuttle item does not allow you to provide html tags to style the options displayed in a shuttle. You could write your own items or probably achieve your requirement with a modification to the template, but I'd like to propose a really simple way using jQuery.
As you did not provide sample data, I am using the view
user_tables and will try to highlight all the tables that include
DEMO in their name with a red color, as soon as they are moved to the right side of the shuttle.
For my example, the source of the shuttle must provide some marking for the elements that need to be highlighted. If the table name contains
DEMO, I prepend
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You can use Shuttle 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 Shuttle 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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