kandi X-RAY | cameraphoto Summary
kandi X-RAY | cameraphoto Summary
Android gets photos from SLR camera through mtp
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Handles a touch event
- Process a touch event
- Map the provided matrix to the current drawable
- Check image bounds
- Initializes this view
- Sets the scale type
- Checks if is supported
- Set the scale factor
- Set the scale
- Sets the OnSingleFling listener
- Set the onView drag listener
- Sets the degree of rotation degrees
- Set the degree of rotation by degree
- Set the OnLongClickListener for this attribute
- Set the Supplied matrix
- Set the OnScaleChanged listener
- Sets the scale levels
- Set a listener for when a photo is tap
- Overrides the superclass method to set a frame
- Post an animation to run on an animation view
- Set ImageDrawable
- Set the image resource
- Sets the base rotation
- Set a listener to notify when the user is outside the photo
- Sets the image URI
- Set a listener for onViewTap events
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Trending Discussions on cameraphoto
I am new to React and Ionic and builded the Ionic React photo gallery app with the help of this ionic tutorial. Now I also want to add additional info like its date, its location, some inputfields,... to the image when it is displayed but I just did not figure out how.
This is the code from the tutorial:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-25 at 15:12
I found a way might not be the prettiest or directest but it seems to work for me.
takePhoto function I get the location and date and then pass it on via the
savePicture function. Inside the
savePicture function I return
time and therefore can access it through the
loadSaved function within the
photo object. Inside
interface UserPhoto the 3 variables need also to be declared.
Here is the updated code if somebody would like to make a suggestion:
I have created a PWA with ionic and capacitor JS following this guide: https://ionicframework.com/docs/react/your-first-app.
After i have added it to firebase and start testet the code, i have runned into a issue on Chrome on IOS mobiles. It works on android and also web browsers.
But when i click the take photo button it says "No camera found" and the browser dont ask to let me use the camera. If i try the same thing on Safari, then it asks for the camera.
Here is the url to see the test: https://phototest-46598.web.app/tab1
Does anybody experience the same problem? My guess is that it is a new problem since the guide seems to work without problems.
Here is my code - i have followed the linked tutorial but not added native support because i only want to use it as a PWA.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-18 at 14:14
The camera plugin when running on web uses
navigator.mediaDevices.getUserMedia, which is not supported on Chrome for iOS (prior to iOS 14.3).
I've run your app and it says "No camera found" and under it there is a "Choose image" button, if you click it you'll be prompted to take a picture or choose from the photo library, that's the expected behavior, when there is no Camera or no support for
navigator.mediaDevices.getUserMedia it fallbacks to using a input with type file.
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You can use cameraphoto 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 cameraphoto 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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