habitica | habit tracker app which treats your goals | Runtime Evironment library

 by   HabitRPG JavaScript Version: v4.273.1 License: Non-SPDX

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kandi X-RAY | habitica Summary

habitica is a JavaScript library typically used in Telecommunications, Media, Media, Entertainment, Server, Runtime Evironment, Nodejs, MongoDB applications. habitica has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has medium support. However habitica has a Non-SPDX License. You can download it from GitHub.

A habit tracker app which treats your goals like a Role Playing Game.

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              habitica has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 9870 star(s) with 3706 fork(s). There are 281 watchers for this library.
              There were 10 major release(s) in the last 12 months.
              There are 185 open issues and 7569 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 434 days. There are 20 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of habitica is v4.273.1

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              habitica has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.

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            Community Discussions


            Can I use webhooks to create a log of when certain actions were taken?
            Asked 2020-Oct-16 at 14:56

            Problem: Habitica is a habit-tracking app, but its personal data logs are not as detailed as I want. I want to create a local log of when I mark off habits/todo's in the app. Habitica offers certain webhooks that trigger when habits/todo's are checked off, which seems perfect for what I want, but how do I turn these triggers into a local log? I would like to use Python for this.

            Ideas: It seems to me that I would need to set up some kind of personal cloud server to receive this data, turn it into a log, and then store it for download. I have previously deployed a Flask app using Heroku, so if this could be done similarly, that would be ideal. However, I don't know much about this, so I would welcome any ideas or advice.



            Answered 2020-Oct-16 at 14:56

            Creating the Habitica webhook as Flask application is a good approach.
            Heroku supports Python/Flask very nicely however the file system is ephemeral, hence it gets wiped out at every application restart.

            In order to persist data you can look at various options:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/64379460


            how to properly make a POST request using Java Apache HttpClient?
            Asked 2020-Aug-31 at 13:54

            I am trying to use a web API in a Java program using Apache HttpClient5.

            Using a simple request with curl:



            Answered 2020-Aug-31 at 13:54

            A POST always has a payload (content). A POST without content is unusual, so are you sure you didn't forget something?

            You need to call setEntity() to set the payload, even if it is empty, because it is the entity that sets the Content-Length header.

            E.g. you could call httpPost.setEntity(new StringEntity("")), which sets Content-Type: text/plain and Content-Length: 0.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/63639336


            How do I insert a string into a specific section of a larger string?
            Asked 2020-Jan-06 at 04:37

            I'm trying to write a little program that automatically generates a number of URLs, each basically the same except with the one difference of having a different foreign language abbreviation inserted into each one.

            For example, I have this code:



            Answered 2020-Jan-06 at 04:37

            You could just make a template string and format it like,

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/59606683


            In Cypress, is there a way to avoid a failure depending on a daily message?
            Asked 2019-Oct-03 at 06:13

            I'm developing a testing tool using Cypress for a webpage that is currently live. The problem is that sometimes I get a modal showing the new features, events, etc.; and this breaks the remaining tests.

            I already tried to close the modal as soon as I login (which is one of the previous tests), but this leads the login test to fail. I was wondering if there is a way to make the test ignore the last 2 instructions from the code below, wether or not they are visible.



            Answered 2019-Oct-03 at 06:13

            Is it a browser modal or a modal developed by your team? In the first case Cypress should automatically accept the modal. In the second case you can work around it by only accepting it when it is visible. You can do that by adding this to your script:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/58211144


            How do I implement multi-user interactions for a java-based desktop application?
            Asked 2019-Jun-20 at 09:22

            I am quite new to programming so please bear with me.

            For my university project, I'm developing a Java desktop app that implements a database using MySQL. For the GUI I'm using JavaFx and Scene Builder. The app I am making, is sort of inspired from certain android-based apps found on the Google playstore, namely "Life is an RPG" and "Habitica". They are sort of like "productivity" apps that help you add tasks that you want to do to the app and then reward you with in app "experience points" and "gold" on the completion of said tasks. It kind of takes old-school rpg ques and tries to organize the tasks you have to do irl in a "quest-like" manner.

            That was my initial idea any ways. My instructor wanted me to add some functionalities. Namely, he wanted users of my app to be able to form "groups" or "parties" with each other and engage in a sort of group activity, where they are all doing the same activity, and hence, being rewarded for said activity.

            Upon scouring through tutorials, I managed to find out and implement the basic functionalities of the app, say logging in of a user or the adding of tasks, etc. However, what I am failing to figure out is how I can make this user to user interaction happen within the app. I'm sorry if my problem sounds a bit too broad to ask, but I have been looking it up and I'm failing to understand or come up with ideas on how I can tell my program that User A is interacting with User B, and that they are working together to complete a certain task.

            I apologize once again for the rather silly problem and long wall of text. Some help or clarity in this regard would be highly appreciated. Even a point in the right direction in regards to what I need to research on and learn would be a great help.

            Thank you.



            Answered 2019-Jun-20 at 09:22

            Since this is very broad I am going to give you high-level answer. The individual desktop clients all share the same database (MySQL).

            Therefore, you can solve this problem there: in your database.

            One option would be to have a some kind of "group task". Every user of your app can sign up for this task and when it is "completed", everyone earns some points.

            To manage this you could have to tables in your database:

            • One table for the tasks
            • One table for collaborators

            Every task needs a unique id that you then can reference in your collaborators table.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/56682681


            Events between sibling components in Vue.js, why register them on the $root?
            Asked 2019-Jun-18 at 21:24

            I was just going through some Vue.js code here and noticed some code inside a modal component that looks like so:



            Answered 2019-Jun-11 at 08:45

            Your assumptions are correct.

            Vue events were borrowed from AngularJS, event API changed further in Vue 2. The concept is similar to DOM or other JavaScript event implementations:

            Note that Vue’s event system is different from the browser’s EventTarget API. Though they work similarly, $emit, $on, and $off are not aliases for dispatchEvent, addEventListener, and removeEventListener.

            Siblings should communicate through common parent, $root instance acts as global event bus. Event listener is registered inside one component and is triggered inside another one.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/56531769


            How should I handle authentication with Vue.js and users each owning a collection in MongoDB?
            Asked 2019-Jun-14 at 20:30

            When a user will use my application, they should have to login, and then have access to the application whose information is pulled from a MongoDB collection with all of their entries. Each user would have a collection, probably with their userID as the name of the collection.

            If anyone is familiar with Habitica, that is pretty close to what I am trying to do.

            I am using Vue.js, Express, MongoDB... Axios is used to create the CRUD requests, I believe. The only thing I have tried is looking up different ways of doing authentication, but I would like some guidance on where to start- as when I started learning full-stack development, I switched stacks a few different times before finding one that fit my needs (or what I thought I needed.)

            I don't know my problem or what specific code I would need to post to get the right type of answers. As I get answers, I can post specific code.



            Answered 2019-Jun-14 at 20:30

            Each user would have a collection, probably with their userID as the name of the collection.

            While it is possible to dynamically create a new collection for each user, I would not recommend doing this because any collection-specific settings (like indexes) would have to be duplicated and kept up to date across all collections. Instead, I would create a single collection, use a property like userId to store which user a document belongs to, and speed up database queries by creating an index on that property.

            If you're not familiar with indexes, they're basically a way of saying "I'll often query based on this property, please note down the values of this property separately so they can be accessed more quickly".

            The only thing I have tried is looking up different ways of doing authentication, but I would like some guidance on where to start

            An approach that is fairly popular with this kind of stack is using JSON Web Tokens. Here's a quick overview of how you would implement these in your application:

            1. Come up with a sort of password to securely sign the tokens. This can be a string of random characters. Store it somewhere your Express application can read it from (for example a .env file). This is your key.

            2. When a user logs in from your Vue.js front-end, a request is sent to your Express back-end to validate the username and password (make sure to store passwords securely with something like bcrypt). If the credentials are correct, you can create an object containing the user ID and additional information you might want to use on the front-end (e.g. { id: 'myuserid', name: 'John Doe' }). You can then create a token with the object as the payload and your key and return it in the response to the request.

            3. The front-end can now store the token as a cookie or in localStorage and from then on attach it to every request through a header. Since you're planning to use Axios, this is how you'd do that:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/56602307


            What is jQuery like syntax doing in Vue.js?
            Asked 2019-Jun-04 at 07:29

            I was just going through some Vue.js code HERE and came across the following line of code:



            Answered 2019-Jun-03 at 20:27


            How do undefined components work in Vue.js - Vue.js + Pug
            Asked 2019-Jun-01 at 17:06

            I was just going through some Vue.js code right HERE. And came across the following Vue.js + PUG code , basically its just PUG templating:



            Answered 2019-Jun-01 at 17:06

            It looks like without the leading dot, pug renders a component

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/56408674


            Understanding undocumented Vue.js attributes ( Vue + Pug )
            Asked 2019-Jun-01 at 12:13

            So i was just browsing through certain vue.js code HERE. and came across the following code below:



            Answered 2019-Jun-01 at 12:13

            I don't know Pug well, but it seems to me that the pasted Pug code creates a menu-dropdown element with those given attributes. right attribute is bound to a dynamic value from the Vue model using the v-bind: directive's shorthand :.

            I searched for menu-dropdown component's definition in the repository you linked, and find this file: https://github.com/HabitRPG/habitica/blob/develop/website/client/components/ui/customMenuDropdown.vue

            This is where the right attribute is defined as a Vue prop:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/56406435

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