kandi X-RAY | framework7 Summary
kandi X-RAY | framework7 Summary
Full Featured Mobile HTML Framework For Building iOS & Android Apps.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Swipe backwards .
- Forward the page to another document
- Backward the master page
- Initializes touchstart events .
- Back backward .
- Swipes a panel .
- init hooks
- animating navigation elements
- Load a modal
- Navigates to route
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How do I ref to the same component (child)?
I want to use document.getElementById, but I want to learn the ref syntax of react.
I want to change the value of a specific component when the same components exist.
So I tried to use the id value, but that didn't work.
It has the same form as the attached image, and I want to change only the data with the red border.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-21 at 14:02
Pass a callback to the ref in
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-31 at 13:49
That would be because
RTCIceServers.urls is not supported by ANDROID Webview as per
I am using the latest version of Framework7. And this is what I am trying to do:
In my route.js...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-27 at 17:55
Finally I made it myself after going through framework7 documentation several times. Actually, I tried to post this question on Framework7's forum where, most of the time, the developer himself provide an answer but every time I tried to login, it gives me the error "You can't login with this IP Address". Also there are few questions on the Framework7 forum which address my question but unfortunately there is no proper answer for e.g. this question - See the question. So I posted this question on StackOverflow.
Anyway, I am posting the answer so someone like me can find it useful and helpful. The correct way to access the URL parameter (if similar to my situation) is
I'm using Framework7 which is great. I need to parse innerHTML of all of my pages in runtime. How can I obtain HTML for page different than a current one?
I was trying to make use of
page API's but with no luck.
To sum things up: I don't want to load different pages in the view, I want to load them in a variable to make some further processing. How to do it?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-28 at 14:10
You can use in-build ajax:
Right now I only want the 'Calendar/Datepicker' to function. I've gotten the date field to display. But when I try to click it and get the calendar to show, like it does in Framework7 documentation https://v3.framework7.io/docs/calendar.html , Nothing comes up. I've now tried multiple times have done just as the guide asked, and there is no response. Is there something extra that I need?
Thanks for any advise.
I've included parts of the code below:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-07 at 15:14
Ok I figured out a way to get it to work. found out how to do it while debugging another field. I had assumed that because 'var app = new Framework7' code was present in app.js, that's where to put the calendar.create() code. But actually when that code is put in section of home.f7 file, inside 'export default' and 'on pageInit', the calendar pops up.
notice, $f7.calendar.create() is used in this file, not app.calendar.create(). there actually was one documentation that showed that being done, but I missed it before.
The home.f7 file is used here; I tried putting below script code in app.js but there was no response from the calendar field.
This is the HTTP that goes in the content section of the home.f7 page:
I have created an App in Cordova and I just want to run it in browser instead of Android or iOS. My application is running perfectly in local machine by running the command "cordova serve" in my VS Code editor. I'm trying to publish it on Azure with following steps:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-10 at 13:03
Your azure webapp is on the windows platform. It means that your program is deployed in iis, so you need the web.config file to define the startup command or default document.
The deployment of any language program on iis requires web.config, php, python, nodejs, etc., all of which are required. Only html files of static resources are not required.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-09 at 11:30
If anyone should stumble upon this in the future; It's because "pageInit" is called for every page that is found in the router. Use the "name" property to figure out what page is currently being initialised.
I'm building a proof of concept level mobile app with Framework7. I'm not too familiar with the building environments (webpack in this case), but since this is a poc and not not a production level app, I think that's ok.
So I'd need to konw how to detect if the app was build with development or with production environment, in order to configure correct address for the backend server requests within my ajax code.
Is there a way to get this inside the Framework7 app? I tried
console.log(process.env) within app.js but it was undefined.
I've found a few questions with a lot of webpack specific terminology, that unfortunately do not understand.
I'm using out of the box Framework7 with webpack build env. No Vue or React.
Thank you very much in advance....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-23 at 09:22
So thanks for being my rubber duck. The default Framework7 installation gives out webpack config that then allows me to
console.log ( process.env.NODE_ENV ); within the app.
I want to add Firebase's code in my Framework-7 Vue.js app. So that a user can stay logged in even arter exiting the app....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-12 at 08:17
I am using Vuex Persisted State package for such purposes. It is quite simple to add. Try it out.
Vuex Persisted State your Vuex store will be stored in
localStorage so the user won't be logged out after exiting the app.
I am using Framework7 as the front-end along with Coldfusion fw1 4.2 (Lucee 5.3) for ajax JSON responses. I have written the following model\services code (without syntax errors in fw1) that is called via the appropriate controller to return JSON response flag either success or failure.
All the parameters are strings as i have carefully remarked via the appropriate
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-15 at 19:01
There's a Lucee dev forum post that suggests that the variable is called
generatedkey (without the underscore).
The example code posted there looks like this:
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