kandi X-RAY | localForage Summary
kandi X-RAY | localForage Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Create a new context
- Drop a new instance of the database .
- Normalizes a requireName so that it can be looked up .
- check for loaded modules
- serialize value
- Create a new db connection .
- Create a module map .
- Drop an existing instance .
- local helper function
- Set value to local storage
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Trending Discussions on localForage
I'm using localforage, but I can't figure out why this.emails is not updated outside the localforage. I get no errors in console....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-16 at 02:06
Functions have a
this scope. So when you're setting
this.emails, you're setting the function's
this.emails instead of your Vue component.
You could use bind to deal with this, but the easier way would be to just use an anonymous function in your
then, like this:
I'm trying to test the following
get function using Jest. How can test / mock the Promise rejection in
localForage.getItem, so that I can test the
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-19 at 16:45
Well... we remove the
await keyword from this line
This is a beginner react question as I am learning.
I have two files hero.js and sidebar.js. There are two functions I have in hero.js that need to be accessed from buttons in sidebar.js (namely: onSave and onRestore).
How do I pass those functions down. I realize I probably need to do something like `this.onSave' but not sure how as still new to react.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-03 at 16:39
You can access these functions inside
Sidebar component by passing them as props
I just upgraded my app from Angular 11 to 12. When I do an ng serve, I get the following error...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-20 at 09:55
I do believe that working code will looks like this (pay attention to the
new Promise :
I have 2 filters on a user list. A user can select a group containing members and use the search filter to search by last name. When the user backspaces a user to look for another, this resets the groups to all users. I need this to only show the users in the selected group.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-12 at 15:28
You can use
ngModel with tow-way binding, to save and manipulate search filters:
I make request to server for login, and then before redirect user to home page I try to open indexedDB connection in order to see this page, bacause home page go to the indexedDB and get some data. So below is my code and photo of error...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-15 at 21:41
One thing that is (probably) incorrect is the
Cypress runs the browser window as an automation "shell", which is what you get when you use
I want to test my app that use indexedDB, and becouse of indexedDB my tests dont work, shoud I set up indexedDB for tests, and what correct way to do it.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-10 at 22:07
The IndexedDB can be manipulated easily from Cypress by using localforage package. I'm using it to set things like the
access_token inside the IndexedDB. Example:
For some reason
axios-cache-adapter is not caching
GET requests for file downloads which I believe is due to setting
responseType: 'blob' (as I don't have caching issues on other requests that don't require this field be set as such) which is required for axios to generate the src url(as per this answer):
src: URL.createObjectURL(new Blob([response.data])),
My adapter setup is as follows:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-13 at 12:09
@D-Money pointed me in the right direction. So basically
axios-cache-adapter v3 fixes the issue of not caching requests with
arraybuffers, however it's currently only available in beta so you'll have to install that as follows in the interim:
npm install axios-cache-adapter@beta
Then you'll have to make a slight adjustment by setting
readHeaders: false, in the
axios-cache-adapter options in
setup and additionally move the axios default config directly into
setup, which in my case results in the following net changes:
its not work....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-17 at 17:10
This is intentional. Your decision as to whether or not to call
event.respondWith() needs to be done synchronously, within the top-level execution of your
This allows you to do things like examine the request URL and headers synchronously, but it does preclude you from performing asynchronous lookups against things like IndexedDB.
If you can't transition your criteria to use something synchronous, then your best option is to call
event.respondWith() unconditionally, and when the criteria is not met, use
return fetch(event.request) to come as close as you could to the "default" behavior you'd get if you didn't respond at all. (That's basically what you're doing in the second example.)
I know this is a very common issue that has been asked a million of times but after checking lots of forums, I still can't make it work... The solution that is always provided is to add the "CommonModule" and "BrowserModule" but I got those in my files and nothing changes. The weird thing is that my other file that uses *ngIf aswell works..
Here is my code :
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-09 at 10:47
As @Mir entafaz Ali already answered as comment, you have to import the module, to be able to use the component. For what I can see in your code, you're using a routing module. Meaning that you're lazy loading the pages. What you should do.
app-routing.module.ts you should be loading the tabs. like follow
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