kandi X-RAY | ng-lottie Summary
kandi X-RAY | ng-lottie Summary
Render After Effects animations on Angular based on lottie-web
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Function to handle map layers
- initialize the animation
- Get the plural case from a string
- Simplification for a value .
- Apply a hot processing to the queue .
- create a Bezier curve function
- Complete a text
- Simplifies an expression .
- Compute the value of the keyframes
- Instantiates a MaskingData object .
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Trending Discussions on ng-lottie
While working with
ng-lottie for animations. It is suddenly having build issues.
Know more .
Hence, in search of alternatives I am trying
I have installed it and added the configs as per docs.
But, now I am getting
Cannot find name 'GlobalCompositeOperation'
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-10 at 13:59
this an issue with typescript version and for me details you can take a look at here :
I'm following this tutorial to use Lottie animations library on WatchOS. It's working until I try to change the animation while the app is running. Even though I change it, the animation stays the same until I run the watch app from Xcode. (If I simply close the app and open again it doesn't change.) What I tried:
- clearing the cache from the watch file system
SDImageCachememory and disk
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-24 at 09:23
You were right that caching causes your problem. However, you didn't go deep enough.
According to their readme: "rlottie is a platform independent standalone c++ library for rendering vector based animations and art in realtime."
The point is that the animation is cached by the rlottie framework, so neither clearing
SDImageCache will solve this.
The easiest way to solve this is to modify the code in the
rlottie C++ library. In your Xcode project navigate to
librlottie and look for the following file:
In this file search for the following code:
Please help as I am having error after upgrade my global @angular/cli to version 11. I have revert back to version 8. But now this error keep appear when I try to compile. I suspect is the version compatibility or mat-angular issue. I have already try to delete the node modules and reinstall using
npm install. I have also try to use npm cache clean but still no result. I have follow the advice from this post. But the error still happen. Please advice.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-02 at 17:19
Try if this works:
Before I go on, I should note I posted a similar question earlier, with a similar content to this one, BUT I thougth that the source of the bug was using a custom-component inside an ngFor loop. I have seen that is not the issue, so I have deleted the original question to make my query more accurate and to not mislead anyone.
I am currently working on a project using Ionic 5 and Angular 9 where we have to use lotties in certain views. I am using the ngx-lottie library (https://github.com/ngx-lottie/ngx-lottie#api) and for my purposes, instead of inserting the lottie within the template in each view as the library's API shows, I have built a component to be included within other views. The code for said component is as follows:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-24 at 14:15
I put together a stackblitz showing what I think your problem is, the fact that all the components are being passed the same state instance.
The first array of
divs all have a single state inside the parent, so toggling it in one updates all of them.
The second one of
app-cards are all their own component that have their own state. Note that since we are still passing the global state in as an input, while changing it internally it wont update the others but if its updated at the parent level it will push that new value down to all the children.
Child component example
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