kandi X-RAY | OnsenUI Summary
kandi X-RAY | OnsenUI Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Creates a function that can be called on the device .
- Initialize lifecycle facade .
- Main dss function
- Implements the ffter as a prefitter .
- Callback for when we re done
- Searches for a single selector .
- Animation animation .
- Unit tests
- Creates a new matcher instance .
- Creates a new matcher handler .
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I'm embedding my css and js files as below:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-22 at 20:54
I solved it by fixing the
static route as:
I'm currently learning how to use onsen.io and I'm using the PokiAPI to learn. I had helped earlier using "https://pokeapi.co/api/v2/pokemon?limit=151" to display the names of all 151 Pokemons in an ons-list thanks to @sandeep joshi.
I didn't know I need to make another query to be able to grab additional info like "abilities", "elements"..etc and I'm not sure how to do that, any help would be greatly appreciated!
Here's my code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-05 at 02:59
I am working on a little search app. It pulls up the beer pairing results based on what food you type in. My problem is that after I get results once, it wont clear out, and the same results stay up for anything I try to enter after that. Ive been messing with it for a long time and no luck. Any suggestions?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-01 at 06:06
You saved the out
Here I clear the potential containers and add a random to the url to make sure it is not cached
I have an app that I developed wow like 8 to 10 years ago, but I have been updating it constantly at least once a year or so.
I'm actually in the process of completely redoing the app from scratch, and it's working great when I run it on my Android from my computer, but when I build it with a signing key on PhoneGap Build, I get the error message "App Not Installed." when I try to install the apk.
I've read through several other posts on the topic and I can attest:
- I have plenty of storage space on the phone.
- The new version number is larger than the old version number.
- The signing key is the same as the original version.
- I do not have any version of the app currently installed on my phone.
Any other ideas on what may be causing this? I've removed all my plugins to take that out of the equation, but I still get the same error. The original app was build with OnsenUI and Cordova. The new app is build in Ionic 5.4.16, Cordova 9.0.0, and Android 8.1.0.
Something else I have noticed is that if I change the app id (com.company.appname) to anything else (i.e. com.company.appnamedev), it installs. I feel like this is very indicative of the issue, but I don't know what to do with it.
Very much appreciate any guidance to finding the problem....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-03 at 20:25
Unfortunately this isn't going to be the answer many of you solution seekers are hoping for, but I got it to work. Based on Mike N.'s suggestion, I attempted to sign it locally and push it to my device with adb. In doing that, I was having trouble with remnants of two older plugins (onesignal and admob) that I had already removed from my config.xml file.
I'm really not sure why, but after I got rid of those old pieces in my package.json, I attempt to push it to phonegap build again and it was able to install. So, I guess the solution would be to make sure you have fully removed any plugins that may be causing problems.
Now the big trick - adding these pieces of functionality back in. But, the app compiles on PhoneGap Build and the signed file installs on my device now.
UPDATE: So, it turns out this is directly related to the one signal plugin I'm using. Still figuring out why, but when I added it back in, it works great locally, but when I attempt to build with PhoneGap Build and load it to my phone, I get the error "App Not Installed." At least I know what's causing it now.
What am I trying to achieve:
Where is the problem:
- When I log in and my app goes to the “main.html” site everything loads fine and I can see actual items being downloaded from firebase into HTML object with ID “list”. Then when I click log out button – again everything is fine.
- The problem occurs when I log back in (after the first logout with the button). I get transferred to the site “main.html” but the list does not update … I can see in console that I successfully downloaded data from Firebase. The only problem is that HTML is not updated.
If you could point me somewhere where I could find answers or point the problem out, I would really appreciate it! Already tried to search on internet for “HTML list is not updating” and similar searches but could not find anything.
I have also tried switching "let" for "var" on line 25. Didn't notice any diffrence.
“main.html” and console after FIRST login:
“main.html” and console after SECOND login (as you can see in console data is successfully downloaded from Firebase – but HTML isn’t updated):
Minimal reproducible code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-15 at 10:51
I played with the code a bit and did 2 minor changes.
The thing was
addDataListener() did not run after
myNavigator.replacePage literally added pages/section to the DOM instead of replacing them. That caused
#list element to render on the old page instead of the new one ( id should be unique ) so I replaced that with
Seems to work now
When I try to output this on HTML, it doesn't show the whole output, but one by one country.
I have tried to output it using
document.write but it overwrites the whole HTML. How to print all data without replacing all my HTML code? I have also tried other ways to output it using
innerHTML. None of these worked.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-27 at 09:53
txt before you start your for loop, and display the value after the loop has finished.
I have this HTML snippet:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-12 at 16:06
use flexbox for this type of thing. Very easy to implement.
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