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Ghost is a JavaScript library typically used in Web Site, Content Management System applications. Ghost has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has medium support. You can install using 'npm i nshakhat_ghost' or download it from GitHub, npm.

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              Ghost has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 43399 star(s) with 9456 fork(s). There are 1045 watchers for this library.
              There were 10 major release(s) in the last 6 months.
              There are 36 open issues and 6556 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 61 days. There are 90 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of Ghost is 5.82.1

            kandi-Quality Quality

              Ghost has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.

            kandi-Security Security

              Ghost has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
              Ghost code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
              There are 0 security hotspots that need review.

            kandi-License License

              Ghost is licensed under the MIT License. This license is Permissive.
              Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.

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              Ghost releases are available to install and integrate.
              Deployable package is available in npm.
              Installation instructions, examples and code snippets are available.

            Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

            kandi has reviewed Ghost and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into Ghost implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.
            • Creates new Api instance
            • Bootstrap bootstrap .
            • Create the settings instance
            • Validate given schema .
            • Returns the description of the post .
            • Create a ping page .
            • Create the public file middleware middleware .
            • Validate password password
            • send email with email
            • Serialize a member .
            Get all kandi verified functions for this library.

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            Ghost Examples and Code Snippets

            Bundle Vue project into single js file that can be embedded in Ghost blog post
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            // vue.config.js
            const { defineConfig } = require('@vue/cli-service')
            module.exports = defineConfig({
              css: {
                extract: false, 1️⃣
              configureWebpack: {
                optimization: {
                  splitChunks: false, 2️⃣
            Dafny precondition 0 &lt;= size &lt; capacity might not hold
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            class Queue {
                var size: int;
                ghost var capacity: int;
                var priorities: array;
                var values: array;
                predicate Valid()
                reads this
                    0 <= size <= capacity &&
                    capacity == priorities.Lengt
            How to use event listeners efficiently when there are potentially very many shapes
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            layer.find('.connectable').each(function(shape) {...})
            let cClone = null, // will be a clone of the dragged circle.
              //  inDragOp = false,   // tells us that we are dragging.
              draggingShape = null, // points to t
            How to repeat a letter number of times between two strings
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            // Using Function.prototype.bind
            function repeat_bind(n) {
              const str = this.str ?? '';
              if (n <= 0) return 'B' + str + 't'
              return repeat_bind.bind({ str: str + 'a' })(n - 1);
            console.log('bind: ' + repeat_bind(5));
            // Using add
            How do I prove the while loop terminates in Dafny?
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            function Sum(s: seq): nat
              if s == []
              then 0
              else s[0] + Sum(s[1..])
            function Map(f: A -> B, s: seq): seq {
              if s == []
              then []
              else [f(s[0])] + Map(f, s[1..])
            How can I rotate any shape or point on an HTML5 canvas around an arbitrary point?
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            // Rotate a shape around any point.
            // shape is a Konva shape
            // angleDegrees is the angle to rotate by, in degrees
            // point is an object {x: posX, y: posY}
            function rotateAroundPoint(shape, angleDegrees, point) {
              let angleRadians = angl
            Proving termination of BFS with Dafny
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            function TrueIndices(a: array): set
              reads a
              set i | 0 <= i < a.Length && a[i] 
            method BFS(G : Graph, s : int) returns (d : array)
                requires 0 <= s < |G.adjList|
                requires forall u 
            How to create responsive TopNav in Angular Nebular theme?
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            @media (max-width: 573px)
            Dafny: stronger assertion passes while weaker assertion doesn't
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            assert missing[0] == 0;
            assert exists k :: 0 <= k < missing.Length && missing[k] == 0;
            ghost var indexOfMissing := 0;
            i := 0;
            while i < a.Length
                invariant 0 <= indexOfMissing < mi
            Chartjs - destroy() does nothing
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            const chartCanvas = document.getElementById('myChart');
                        if( window.lineChart != undefined){
                        window.lineChart = new Chart(chartCanvas,{

            Community Discussions


            Why isn't my slack bot's app home page loading?
            Asked 2022-Mar-10 at 14:13

            I have created a slack bot using Bolt, and am trying to create a home page for it. I have subscribed to the app_home_opened event and am publishing the view and getting a successful response, however the home page just spins in slack for a few seconds before saying "This is still a work in progress". I have another slack app which works fine and I can't figure out what the difference between the two apps could be.

            Here's my code:



            Answered 2022-Mar-10 at 14:13

            Like @sandra suggested, this was in fact due to using the wrong token. I was using an token from a different app. Everything was working, I guess it was just getting published to the wrong place.



            Bundle Vue project into single js file that can be embedded in Ghost blog post
            Asked 2022-Feb-28 at 22:08

            I have a simple Vue.js project built after running yarn build. The dist folder contains files like below;

            I want to bundle all the files (HTML, js, CSS) into a single js file that can be embedded into a ghost blog post.

            Here is an example of how this was done for a ghost blog post.


            My question is how do I bundle my Vue.js project files into a single file that can be deployed in a ghost blog post?

            Is webpack the right tool to use? I am open to other alternatives.

            I am using @vue/cli 5.0.1, yarn v1.22.17



            Answered 2022-Feb-28 at 19:36

            The vue cli have a command for this:

            You need to pass this command --target lib to the vue-cli-service build. This means that you only want one final file.

            Also, you can pass another attributes, like:

            • --inline-vue, that will include the Vue in your bundle, what is recommended, based on your use case;
            • --name, the name of you bundle file;
            • and in the end of the command, the entry point for you application, that is the src/Vue.js by default, but can be the main.js, for example. You have to test based on how you built your app;

            So, you can try one of these combinations:



            How to call a computed property in dynamic style?
            Asked 2022-Jan-16 at 07:37

            I want to style Ant Design Vue button(inside a table row of Ant Design table) dynamically:



            Answered 2022-Jan-16 at 07:18

            Try to use computed property in options API by returning a function that takes the status as parameter:



            Erasing Antialiased Shapes from a JavaFX Canvas
            Asked 2022-Jan-08 at 18:42

            I have inherited a simulation program to extend with new features. The original was written as an Applet using the AWT library for graphics. Before adding the new features I want to adapt the program to the desktop and use JavaFX instead of AWT.

            The simulation paints hundreds or thousands of objects dozens of times per second, then erases them and repaints them at new locations, effectively animating them. I am using a Canvas object for that part of the UI. Erasing is done by repainting the object with the background color. What I am seeing though is that erasing objects is incomplete. A kind of "halo" gets left behind though.

            The following program illustrates the problem. Clicking the "Draw" button causes it to draw a few hundred circles on the Canvas using the foreground color. After drawing, clicking the button again will erase the circles by re-drawing them in the background color. Multiple cycles of draw/erase will build up a visible background of "ghost" images.



            Answered 2022-Jan-08 at 18:42

            For expedience, note the difference between fillOval and strokeOval() in the GraphicsContext. You can conditionally erase the outline in drawCircles() as a function of a suitable boolean value:



            Why do TypeScript tell me that a property doesn't exist on Button Component from NativeBase but still renders it?
            Asked 2021-Dec-28 at 16:07

            I'm using NativeBase on a React Native project and while everything works just fine when I run the app on my iPhone using Xcode, TypeScript tell me that the property "onPress" does not exist on the type of the NativeBase Button.

            To simplify things here is my code :



            Answered 2021-Dec-27 at 16:46

            typeScript is just a type checker which doesn't work in run time. Which means if you didn't put the right type into your component, all codes works fine cuz "typeScript only do his job in compile stage". So, if you wanna solve that error issue, please go to the typeScript document page and learn how to set types into your component. After that, when you set the right types(Function) in the Button component, all error message will disappear.



            Extract data in a column from a csv, saved as a dictionary (Python, Pandas)
            Asked 2021-Dec-19 at 14:34

            I'm learning AI and machine learning, and I found a difficulty. My CSV dataset has two important columns which are dictionary themselves, e.g. one of them is categories which presents the info in each row like this {"id":252,"name":"Graphic Novels"...}, I'd like to explode this data so it shows in individual columns, for example cat_id, cat_name... so I can apply filters later.

            I guess there are some options in Python and Pandas but I can't see it right now. I'll appreciate your guidance.

            Edit: I took the first ten rows in Excel, copied them to a new document and then opened the new csv document in notepad, copied the first ten lines in notepad and pasted them here, the document can be found in my gdrive :



            Answered 2021-Dec-18 at 15:20


            Rendering different youtube videos on button click
            Asked 2021-Nov-12 at 06:13

            I created a react app where I display different video games and the app decides which game to play. I also have a file where I stored the data of video games. The goal I'm trying to achieve is to render the youtube video trailer of the corresponding video game when clicking on a button while using React Hooks. I've been using the npm package react-player. If someone could help, I'd appreciate it.

            This is the code for the Video Game component:



            Answered 2021-Nov-12 at 06:13

            You can keep a single Modal component and use it for that.




            Other plots disappear when DataExplorer::plot_str() called
            Asked 2021-Sep-30 at 14:47

            I have been using R and RStudio with base and ggplot for a couple of years. Lately, it seems that when some plots are generated, other plots are lost/deleted.

            In RStudio, I use the "Plots" pane/tab, and the blue left and right arrows to view the plots that have been created. By disappears, I mean a plot was created and visible here, but if I use the arrows, I can't see it anymore. It was there, and it is not there anymore, it has "disappeared".

            After running the code below using "Source" button, which does 3 plots, I can only see 2 plots. If I step through the code using Command-Return, I see the 3 plots generated, but then the middle one gets lost.

            After doing more testing, I see for this code it is the call to:



            Answered 2021-Sep-30 at 14:47

            I think the reason is a simple one: you're not outputting a real plot (static).

            DataExplorer::plot_intro(mtcars) is the problematic "plot" and the underlying code for this includes diagonalNetwork towards the end of the function:



            Python: uninstall a ghost package
            Asked 2021-Sep-20 at 08:00

            I've got a project damastes, which introduced two packages, damastes and procrustes:



            Answered 2021-Sep-20 at 08:00

            The procrustes.egg-info folder is not available in the site-packages folder. That's why pip can't detect it. Remove it manually. Or install it via pip install and then pip uninstall works.



            How to make border radius on small div appear the same as a larger div
            Asked 2021-Sep-17 at 21:18

            I am creating a progress bar and my issue is: When the % progress is low (width: 0-5%), the border radius does not look the same as when it is larger (width: 5-100%).

            In example 1 below, you can see the progress bar as it is intended to look.

            In example 2 & 3, you can see how it looks when the width is low, causing the border-radius of the progress bar to not function the same as example 1.

            I am considering I need a different way to "cut off" the progress, rather than just decreasing the width, but I wasn't able to come up with anything simple to do so. Anyone have a good idea on how to improve this code?

            Note: I also have a secondary "ghost" progress bar which experiences the same issue and has complicated my attempts to keep it simple.

            I have looked up some progress bar examples, but they experience the same issue. Some of the ones I have seen avoid the problem entirely by skipping straight from 0 to 5% but I do not want to do that.



            Answered 2021-Sep-16 at 20:35

            Try to add overflow: hidden; to .progress-bar


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