kandi X-RAY | HideKeyboard Summary
kandi X-RAY | HideKeyboard Summary
仿iOS输入法点击输入框以外区域 自动隐藏软键盘轻量级库 ， Imitation iOS automatic hidden soft keyboard
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- On create view
- Hide soft keyboard from activity
- Initializes the view once the view is created
- Initialize the hideUtil
- Initializes the instance
- Hide soft keyboard from dialog
- Create the demo component
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I need to reference an activity in several static methods. I'm curious to know the best practices to avoid memory leaks. Let's use examples:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-11 at 14:48
There is absolutely no reason to use
WeakReference in a parameter passed to a method, unless this parameter is being stored. If the parameter is only used in the method, you can just pass in the
I'm new to flutter and i'm trying to make firebase sign in using email and password!
everything works fine within the console but at the app it doesn't take me to the home page with correct credentials!
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-18 at 11:40
I think the problem is about redirecting, you dont update the app after successful login, which causes nothing on UI. Please check this answer,
So I was trying to get my fragments with navigation component to work, but for some reason I'm getting that exception. I already searched for some solutions but didnt mine.Don't mind some spanish variables. I'm receiving the exception:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-17 at 09:05
onCreate() is too early to access
binding that you are only setting up later in
You can e.g. move the
java.lang.IndexOutOfBoundsException: Index: 1, Size: 1
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-30 at 19:52
In list adapter you shouldn't store the items in a field inside the adapter class if you want to access a specific item you can use this code:
I have a button on my view that, when pressed, calls a
hideKeyboard function which is the following:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-02 at 05:43
I've tried searching stackoverflow, but couldn't find the answer to my issue. When the search button is clicked, I want the app to display the data from the API. The issue I'm having is that it is taking 2 clicks of the search button in order to display the data. The first click displays "null" and the second click displays all data correctly. What am I doing wrong? What do I need to change in order to process correctly on the first click? Thanks in advance!
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-26 at 21:03
You haven't posted your actual code for fetching data from the API (probably in
viewModel#getWinePairings), but at a guess it's going like this in your button click listener:
- you call
getWinePairing- this kicks off an async call that will eventually complete and set data on
viewModel.apiResponse, sometime in the future. It's initial value is
- you call
pairedWinesListwhich references the current value of
apiResponse- this is gonna be null until an API call sets a value on it. Since you're basically fetching the most recent completed search result, if you change your search data then you'll end up displaying the results of the previous search, while the API call runs in the background and updates
- you call
pairingInfo()which is the same as above, you're looking at a stale value before the API call returns with the new results
The problem here is you're doing async calls that take a while to complete, but you're trying to display the results immediately by reading the current
value of your
LiveData. You shouldn't be doing that, you should be using a more reactive design that
observes the LiveData, and updates your UI when something happens (i.e. when you get new results):
Below is the function I am using to diplay date picker dialog in android....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-26 at 12:15
Not completely sure about the
updateDate method issue here . But to fix this you can use same
Calendar object during initialization it should work fine .
i have modified your method a bit .
I have custom dialog where inside its xml has a Submit button that whenever clicked, it should dismiss the softKeyboard. I have the following code:
MainActivity.kt (Inherits from BaseActivity)...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-12 at 12:26
You can use the new
WindowInsetsController library to hide and show keyboard. Use this function:
I'm new to React Native and am even newer to Context. So any help would be amazing.
I'm building a React Native app that pulls in outside API and creates objects stored in a 'team' that the user picks from data populated by the API.
I am using Context & a Provider as a wrapper for my app. I'm attempting to use AsyncStorage to persist data locally.
I have tried using AsyncStorage in just about every way possible and am not sure where I am going wrong.
Any help is much appreciated as this is the last thing I need for this app.
Edit: Currently, I can save a Team, but, on navigation back to the screen where it shows teams, it will show nothing.
If I go to the home screen and navigate back to the teams screen I will see my data. This process is the same for each team created.
Also, the data is not persisting even though my state being passed to my reducer is coming from getData() which pulls JSON from AsyncStorage.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-28 at 08:28
Exception handling is not for application logic, remove the try/catch
I have a tab on my fitness app that shows all the fitness trainers on my app, pulled from firestore. I have noticed that when the grid is showing more than 4-5 trainers then when I tap on a trainer (navigation link to their profile) the transition is pretty laggy and slow, and the same thing happens when I press the back button on the trainer profile to return to the grid of all trainers.
Here is my code for the tab showing all trainers:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-08 at 21:13
Nothing in your code seems to cause that lag, except, perhaps, the time to retrieve the Image for the trainer. Anything pulled from the interweb is subject to source of truth delays. One trouble shoot for that would be to pull a dozen or so images locally sourced just to determine if that lag goes away when pulling them from a local source. If so, then you need to look to FireStore
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You can use HideKeyboard 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 HideKeyboard 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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