kandi X-RAY | react-avatar Summary
kandi X-RAY | react-avatar Summary
Universal avatar makes it possible to fetch/generate an avatar based on the information you have about that user. We use a fallback system that if for example an invalid Facebook ID is used it will try Google, and so on.
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I'm using this library https://github.com/kirill3333/react-avatar
There is a method
onBeforeFileLoad() in which the size of the image is checked. Later the selected photo will be saved in
preview. My question is, how do I get the normal photo that the user has selected - that is, the photo that he has not yet cropped?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-14 at 07:51
Its in your "src" state.
According to documentation of the package you are using;
onImageLoad(image) will return you the loaded image.
You can also use your
onBeforeFileLoad function. And set it to a
element for example.
I've got a react application that holds a material table filled with data, and I've been trying to allow users to select specific rows to export to a csv. I've also posted for clarification on this [link] to get more guidance. Here's what I've got with some sample data....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-09 at 11:26
As it turns out, the above works perfectly. I had just been using the wrong module.
I'm getting an ReferenceError: babelHelpers is not defined, while importing react-avatar-editor, PLEASE HELP!...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-31 at 00:07
looks like version 11.0.9 onward has this issue. You may want to use version 11.0.7.
in your package-lock.json find "react-avatar-editor" and replace the version number with "11.0.7".
 Mentioned here: https://github.com/mosch/react-avatar-editor/issues/340
I´m making a call to my API to get a specific object using its id.
As I call
console.log in the
mapStateToProps method, the entire object is printed, but the state's "anuncio" property is undefined when I try to access it with
this.props.anuncio. What am I doing wrong?
Below is how I'm using the reducer and the action....
ANSWERAnswered 2018-May-08 at 14:32
I think you should use
componentWillReceiveProps lifecycle method to get your updated props.
I have git dependencies in my package.json file. When I do sudo npm install in my react app folder, I get this error...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Dec-29 at 10:34
I don't know whether your problem is solved or not. Today i faced the same issue the problem was ~/.npm folder is messing with permission so I changed permission as
sudo chown -R $(whoami) ~/.npm and it is working fine.
I'm creating an email-based application in React with the Gmail API. I'm loading in a bunch of messages, and I want to display avatars of the senders.
I'm using this package to display avatars. I'd like to either have a Google Id or an image url. It would also be nice to be able to get images for other popular services, such as Outlook and Yahoo mail.
Other people have asked this same question, but all the answers either seem to use the Picasa API (which is deprecated) or the Google+ API (which will be deprecated).
EDIT: Yes, the
react-avatar package claims it can find an avatar based on supplied user data, but all it does with the email is find a Gravatar, which many people don't have.
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Feb-15 at 14:58
You need to get the md5 of the email first, then
I'm working on React-Avatar Editor. My rotate button is not functioning as expected. Here's my link to the code: https://codesandbox.io/s/example-for-react-avatar-editor-ofoz4...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jul-30 at 21:14
You weren't using the rotate value. I've fixed it in this fork:
Node version: v10.15.3
I'm working on a project. Everything worked fine, but after someone did npm install the following error is shown:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jul-19 at 14:59
All right, after some while I figured it out. I basically had to update all react libraries and other stuff, because some of the naming conventions changed.
I'm trying to use react-avatar-edit to crop profile image before uploading it, I made implementation successfully, and now I can get cropped image but here is the problem, the cropped image is retrieved in base64string first issue was trying to convert it to an image and after research I found the code below to convert it to blob after some tries to solve it in several ways...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jun-29 at 19:01
After research, I found some information that helped me to solve this problem. part of an issue was in backend and that because I was sending the request with put method and that a common issue in php while uploading the file, to solve it you have to sent the file in form data using post method not put method you can find the details here
another part of the issue was in converting and the base64string to an image and that solved by
I am trying to use react-avatar-editor (https://www.npmjs.com/package/react-avatar-editor ) I have installed and import the component but I didn't get the button upload
Here is my simple component wher I used the Avatar Editor...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Mar-30 at 20:05
react-avatar-editor doesn't handle the image selection. It deals specifically with the image crop, resizing and rotation of a given image. So you need to code something to get the image and pass to react-avatar-editor component.
You can check how to do it here https://github.com/mosch/react-avatar-editor/blob/master/docs/App.jsx
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