kandi X-RAY | ng-ripple Summary
kandi X-RAY | ng-ripple Summary
Material ripple effects for AngularJs
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- initialize the ripple
- Create the ripple events array .
- Create markup for the given element .
- remove draw stuff
- Remove a class from an element
- Add a class to an element
- remove all folds
- scroll hover function
- Check if element matches an element
- Get the parent elements of an element
ng-ripple Key Features
ng-ripple Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on ng-ripple
I made an attempt to run rippled both versions 1.1.2 and 1.2.4 on Ubuntu 18.04 and I would not say it does not work at all, because it utilizes CPU and Disk, creates database of 3GB size, and I even was able to create a wallet from the command line, but if I do...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jun-05 at 18:39
It looks like you are successfully running rippled. What you haven't done yet is successfully get rippled up-to-date or "synchronized" to the rest of the nodes on the network.
There are several possible reasons why, but these are the most common that I've seen:
- Inability to connect to other peers. If your firewall or other network issue is making it impossible to connect to other peers, you're never going to sync. Run
rippled server_info, and look for the number of
peers. It should be at least 10 after rippled has been running for a few minutes. (The command
rippled peerswill give a lot more detail, but usually the number is sufficient to know if you're ok or not.)
- Insufficient time. It can take several minutes for a node to sync, because it has to download the state of the ledger at some given time, then catch up to the changes from that time. If you've been waiting over 15 minutes or so, this is probably not your problem.
- Insufficient machine resources. Most often this takes the form of a slow network connection, or a slow hard drive. These pages will give more details and current recommendations:
- Inability to download the validator list. Less common in general is a problem connecting to the cofigured
[validator_list_sites](https://vl.ripple.com) by default. Run
rippled validators. You should get a result that includes a bunch (31 currently) of validator node IDs (50-odd character strings starting with "n"), and a JSON object labelled
validator_list. That object should indicate an expiration date in the future, and a status of "active". Anything else usually indicates a problem.
rippled validator_list_sitesmay give you more of an explanation of what the problem is, if any.
I am developing android and ios application using nativescript angular project.I want to access my android library(aar) created using android studio,I was created a plugin project in nativescript and put the aar file inside the plugin project.I was also installed the plugin project to my project and run it but it was not working.How can i solve the issue
My java code is:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Mar-07 at 14:16
You don't need a AAR library for simple implementations like this one. You could handle everything with your project here
No vulnerabilities reported
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