kandi X-RAY | TimeLine Summary
kandi X-RAY | TimeLine Summary
This project aims to provide a easy way to use Staggered TimeLine implementation.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- On bindViewHolder
- Get the time in milliseconds
- Gets the event
- Convert time to string
- Initializes the DotView
- Set the span index listener
- Set the timestamp
- Sets the event
- Override this method to draw on the RecyclerView
- Draws a horizontal item horizontally
- Draws a vertical item vertically
- Draws a center horizontal line on a RecyclerView
- This method is called when the view is created
- Sets the label text
- Set the resource res id
- Draws the RecyclerView
- Draws the horizontal lines of a RecyclerView
- Draws the horizontal line horizontally
- Invoked when the view is created
- Returns the count of items in the list
- Convert Dp value to px
- Generate view holder
- Sets the offsets of the items in the RecyclerView
- Set imageViewHolder and textViewHolder
- Gets the offsets of a RecyclerView
- Convert a Sp2 value to a pixel px value
TimeLine Key Features
TimeLine Examples and Code Snippets
def number_of_posts(self) -> int: return self.user_data["edge_owner_to_timeline_media"]["count"]
Trending Discussions on TimeLine
I use the following code to update my widget's timeline, but the "result" which I fetched from the core data is not up-to-date.
My logic is when detecting the host app goes to background I call "WidgetCenter.shared.reloadAllTimelines()" and fetch the core data in the "getTimeline" function. After printing out the result, it is old data. Also I fetch the data with the same predicate under the .background, the data is up-to-date.
Also I show the date in the widget view body, when I close the host app, the date is refreshing. Means that the upper refreshing logic works fine. But just always get the old data.
Could someone help me out?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 17:05
I added the following code to refresh the core data before I fetch. Everything work as expect.
I have an array for a
timeline chart of Google Charts
So the array looks like follows...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 15:27
As your question said, you simply sort by the element at position
I have a program that shows a slideshow of pictures. When the picture is shown on the screen, I have
this logged to the console. So, we then have the
this object printed to the console: Photo of entire this object printed to console
I want to access and print the
stimulus property to the console, however when I try to
console.log(this.stimulus), I get
TypeError: Cannot read property stimulus of undefined. Why can I not access this property?
EDIT: Forgot to add the misbehaving code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 13:07
call() is not a toy, don't use it without reason and when you use it, use it properly
call()method calls a function with a given
thisvalue and arguments provided individually.
If the method is a function in non-strict mode,
undefinedwill be replaced with the global object, and primitive values will be converted to objects.
trial.on_start.call() does not, specifying a
this parameter, and apparently your code ran in strict mode:
I have a self updating list of orders that is scrollable. This is the parent component, where list is updated on a timer of 2 minutes, setup like so:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-11 at 13:10
You could try using
element.scrollTop to save the position of the scrollbar and then use the saved value to set the scrollTop property to where it was when the timed function is called.
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:
I need to build something like in the following:
This is the structure I built so far:
But I have difficult times to build the grid.
This is the code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-13 at 05:07
I managed to solve the challenge.
Also, I built the project in React.
If anyone is interested, here are the final results:
I have a Nuxt-based gsap (greensock) animation, where I'm trying to start that animation only when an audio track that I'm loading is available.
The HTML for the audio:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-11 at 14:56
Does this answer help: https://stackoverflow.com/a/6313040/8816585
Also, if you want to be sure that this is an eventListener issue, you could load your page and then aim towards your browser devtools to send this into the console and see if
narration.play() is playing or not.
That way you will be sure if it's because it has not loaded yet or if it's another issue.
I recover thanks to an API a json file made up like this :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-12 at 18:01
You can use the
Array.map method to create a new array with transformed items like:
I make a graph with NextJs and ChartJs on the stats of the covid (over the last 30 days) that I get with an API that provides me with the date and the stats :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-12 at 07:16
Object.keys returns an array. So currently you have an array of array like:
I have a JS function that works with a button; basically, it's supposed to show the HTML code after clicking the button. However, for some reason, when I load the page, the HTML is visible before clicking the button; clicking the button once makes the code disappear, and then clicking it again makes the code re-appear. It seems like the function is doing the opposite of what I want it to do, but I have no idea why it's doing this: comparing my code to other code that does what I want it to do, I don't see any visible differences.
Here is the script:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-11 at 15:22
display:block;, if you want to change the initial behavior of a particular element you have to add styling to it.
in your case i would advice changing this:
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You can use TimeLine 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 TimeLine 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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