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I have a method that clear some arrays and then fill them. I don't understand why the array dayTask is filled by the next rows of the console.log ?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-29 at 09:22
Console.log is async and therefore not evaluated immediatly. Which means you may see it evaluated after the array filling part. try getting a clone to be logged
console.log([...this.dayTasks]);, your problem should disapear
I have an app where I can share records with other users, everything works when I share a single record, my issue is when I share a record (parent record) which has children records referencing it, I can see the parent record in the
Shared Database in the CloudKit Dashboard after the user accepts the share but I don't see any of the related child records.
Based on the WWDC videos and some other threads here at Stack Overflow, the child records are automatically shared when you share the parent record, but it's not what I'm seeing, again, I can see the parent record in the
Shared Database but no child records.
Here is an overview of how the app is set up in the
In the CloudKit Dashboard, I have a
Lists and an
Items record type, where the
Lists record is the parent of one or many
Items. In the
Items schema, I have a
Reference field type which keeps a reference to its parent list.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-10 at 08:05
You have to set the parent on each child record using
I'm currently working on a shopping application in which I want to share the user's list through a
For debugging I logged the generated url in the console. Here spaces and umlauts are correctly encoded. But when I connect the url and the parameter, which I haven't touched since logging, the list is in its raw format with all illegal characters. Did I miss something really obvious or am I just using the wrong functions?
Here's my code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-19 at 13:48
Do I miss something really obvious or am I just using the wrong functions?
You did only half the job.
You encoded the
text value for usage in your URL.
But then you are using your URL as the value of a parameter in another URL (the
whatsapp://send one) - and that value you did not properly URL-encode.
I have created a component in Angular that reads an XML file and uses a parser to display it to the HTML table that the component has. Within the parsing method, I want to change the functionality of the displayed data by modifying certain aspects when they are reached in the read XML data, but whenever I try to make a call to the method that will return the changed data I receive an error stating:
"core.js:15724 ERROR Error: Uncaught (in promise): TypeError: Cannot read property 'CurrencyConvChange' of undefined TypeError: Cannot read property 'CurrencyConvChange' of undefined".
This is the code for my main component's typescript file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-17 at 14:33
This is neither related to typescript nor promises. This is related to
You define a callback function
I'm am trying to set up an application that has an Angular front-end and a Maven/Spring Boot backend and have set up my first REST controller. My issue is that when I send a GET HTTP request to the backend from my Angular IDE it returns an error stating:
"Access to XMLHttpRequest at 'http://localhost:8080/api/getData' from origin 'http://localhost:4200' has been blocked by CORS policy: No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header is present on the requested resource."
I'm confused as I have set up the "doFilter" to accept all requests from any origin so it shouldn't be throwing this error. My code follows:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-08 at 22:00
you can easily define a global cors config just by adding in your main application class where you start your spring boot app
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