kandi X-RAY | compressorjs Summary
kandi X-RAY | compressorjs Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Resets the EXIF data from EXIF data
- Parse orientation and rotation .
- Helper function to get the correct aspect ratio
- Swap two objects .
- Gets enumerable property names of object .
- Extend the target
- Set a property on an object
- Convert an ArrayBuffer to a DataBuffer .
- Get a string from the data buffer
- Compressor class .
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after update from angular 11.2.6 to angular 12.2.7 the binding to the nouislider component is not working anymore. Running
ng serve prints this error:
The property and event halves of the two-way binding 'ngModel' are not bound to the same target.
Use the ng2-nouislider in a fresh installation it works fine.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-01 at 11:15
As you can see from the image below, that library's latest Angular version is 4.4.1 which is before way Angular Ivy. It is not expected to work seamlessly wih Angular 12.
But you have an even better solution. You can copy-paste the code of the component in the GitHub project and put it in your own. It's a relatively simple component so it will not be very difficult to migrate it. You will also have the advantage of not worrying about the dependency anymore which makes it more maintanable.
You can check the component's code here: https://github.com/tb/ng2-nouislider/tree/master/src
I've got a Vue app with an upload component which gets an image (dropzone), pass it to cropper (cropperjs) and returns it to dropzone once cropped.
I want to compress image just before the upload, so i'm gonna get the image from the dropzone object and pass it to the compressor (compressorjs). I'm struggling with an error and can't go further.. that's the situation:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-05 at 14:46
You should use an arrow function expression instead of a function expression because using a function expression it creates its own
So in your case
testFunction doesn't exist in the new context (the new
I am trying to compress images on the client side using Compressor JS before making the request because it takes a lot of time to upload them in original size.
The problem i ran into:
I have a FormData() object declared as 'fd' in my code and when i try appending an image to it via the success hook function in Compressor JS just doesn't do anything (the object remains as it was). Here is the code
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-29 at 20:07
I was using Angular 11 with Angular Material 11. I group multiple angular project into one. All of those projects are working. Now, we are using Angular 9 with Angular Material 9.
We only change the structure, but the code is the same (the app.module.ts is also the same). It's just that package are manage by the main project and not my own only.
But there is a problem with this fusion. It's with the dialog which was :
And know is :
which is a little bit different.
Parts of my app.module.ts :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-15 at 08:22
I found the problem.
The CSS file was buggy, and after a Material reinstall and importation of angular material's css, it works fine.
As the questions states, I loaded an external script by putting this line in index.html...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-28 at 09:37
It's not correct way to add external script into your react code.
I'm using the following script to compress images on the client side before uploading:
I can upload the images fine via Ajax using the following code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-16 at 07:05
After further research and trial, I was able to find how to post the compressed image without Ajax, using the following:
No vulnerabilities reported
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