kandi X-RAY | cylon Summary
kandi X-RAY | cylon Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Merge one object into another
- Reduce a collection to a value .
- Run multiple functions
- Set CLI logger
- the callback function is called by async
- Invoke a method on the collection
- Returns an array of keys from the given collection .
- Helper function for iterables
- Array . prototype . map
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I am trying to use a spinner loading icon from the 'react-loading' npm. I am relatively new to React so I'm having trouble starting and stopping this spinner.
The library declaration looks like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-16 at 06:31
If I understand properly, you want to show and hide your loading based on some works, and for doing that you should define a state like:
Highlight of my problem. I'm trying to add conditional rendering to the image prop. Some "Stories" I pull from the API don't have images so I need to account for that so I don't get the "TypeError: Cannot read property '0' of null" error, but this still isn't working when I add the ternary operator....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-24 at 17:27
Cannot read property '0' of null" suggests that
null, and this is not being checked.
You should probably extend your checks like so:
I'm new to hooks and I have this project (
https://thereacttimes.netlify.app/) and it uses the New York Times API to display stories from different news sections.
I created a masthead of section titles. If you click "arts" it will change the URL to
https://thereacttimes.netlify.app/arts but I need to use that section title as the fetch URL param and I'm not sure how to re-render/re-fetch with my useEffect Hook. The fetch URL allows us to pass the
section like this to fetch different stories:
If you're asking yourself why its working in production now, its because I hard-coded the URL to work as:
What do I change in my useEffect hook? What do I add to the buttons in my masthead component to call the re-render?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-19 at 20:17
I would need to understand the larger context of your app of course to come up with a more elegant solution, but just a cursory look at what you have provided suggests using something as simple as this:
I have a data frame in which one of the column is of the form...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-03 at 13:12
You only need to use the following pandas query
Recently I have been setting up a Minecraft Forge workspace on eclipse. I have created minecraft mods with forge in the past (
MC1.6.4 and such) although a lot has changed since then. I am trying to mod using
Forge1.15.2-31.1.0 mdk AND JDK 1.8.0_241
I created a
RunClient.bat file in my workspace folder to compile and build my project
it fully builds and compiles to 98% and then crashes. This is my crash report:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-17 at 14:07
In Java 8,
ByteBuffer.rewind() returns a
Buffer, but in Java 13, it returns a
ByteBuffer. Your first crash report indicates that you compiled against Java 13 but ran against Java 8, which doesn't work. Your second crash report is because Forge still doesn't support running on Java 13 yet. To fix your problem, clear all of your build caches and recompile with the Java 8 compiler. Once you do that, you'll be able to run with Java 8.
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