kandi X-RAY | flywheel Summary
kandi X-RAY | flywheel Summary
A flat-file, serverless, document database for PHP that can store data in JSON, YAML or Markdown formats. Often MySQL can be overkill for a small site or blog installation. Although it's present by as standard on many hosting packages it still requires several manual steps including configuration, user and databases creation etc. Additionally, content stored in MySQL databases is impossible (or at least very difficult) to track using version control software. This makes sharing a site or app between a team difficult, requiring everybody to have access to a master database or their own copy. There's also complications when apps are setup on staging servers and changes that users make must be reflected in a developer's local copy. You've probably come up against this issue in the past and it's all a bit of a mess. Flywheel hopes to enable a new breed of PHP apps and libraries by giving developers access to a datastore that acts in a similar way to a NoSQL database but has zero external dependencies. Documents (essentially associative arrays), can be saved and retrieved, sorted and limited. Currently Flywheel is in heavy development and is not production ready yet. You might find that documents created from one version of Flywheel can't be loaded by another right now. As we get closer and closer to a v1 this is less likely to happen.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Filters documents .
- Add predicate .
- Get nested property
- Executes the query
- Find a document by id
- Recursively get all files in a directory recursively
- Pick a field from each document
- Set the order by clause
- Encode an array .
- Determine if APC supports APC .
flywheel Key Features
flywheel Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on flywheel
Layout: Mobile, Vertical Layout, Header (fixed height), Footer (fixed height). How to fill remaining space with img, constrained on height & width
This is a very common layout for me on iOS. Trying to understand how to do it in CSS.
Here's what I'm trying:
Using flexbox with flex-direction column Setting height of header and footer (or can be done with flex-basis) flex-shrink: 0 for header and footer so they don't shrink flex-shrink: 1 on the image container so it shrinks if needed Setting max-width and max-height to 100% on image object-fit: scale-down so it keeps the aspect ratio of the image (this means there will be horizontal bars or vertical bars)
Issue: the image shrinks to fit the width, but should shrink even more than that to fit the available vertical space
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-01 at 19:08
If you use
object-fit, then the trick is to set to
height:0;min-height:100%;width:100% and it should fill the flex child boxe, the child boxe will require
flex-grow:1; too to fill the remaing space.
Environment : Visual Studio Code, PHP 7.4, XDebug, WordPress site in Local by Flywheel, all on Windows 10. This is all working. The issue us that there is a trivial unhandled exception that always occurs in WordPress which is ignored in normal processing. But the exception reports clutter my plugin debugging. So I'd like to eliminate XDebug reporting of just one small section of WP core code.
In index.php I've added the following to no effect:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-20 at 13:38
Most of your questions seem to come from knowing about Xdebug 2, but using Xdebug 3 which has a changed set of configuration settings and functions, which are documented in the upgrade guide.
Question 1: Call to undefined function xdebug_disable()
This is because Xdebug 3 does no longer have this function, see: https://xdebug.org/docs/upgrade_guide#Changes-to-Functions
Question 2: What do we do to get a VSCode project/workspace to recognize the php_xdebug.dll features?
It already does, because
xdebug_break() works for you. You're just using functions of the old version.
Question 3: What is the proper technique to get XDebug to avoid a specific code block?
Xdebug can't do that for debugging. It's usually built-into IDEs. PhpStorm for example has a way to exclude directories. I am not 100% about the VS Code Plugin, but they've recently made a change to not have default exception filters on by default, which might as well solve your problem.
Do we bracket with enable/disable?
No. That function no longer exists, but it's only effect was showing, or not showing Xdebug's orange errors. It never had any effect on debugging.
Do we use xdebug_set_filter to focus on just the namespace or folders of interest?
The filter has two categories, one for stack traces (with
XDEBUG_FILTER_STACK) and one for code coverage (with
XDEBUG_FILTER_COVERAGE). There is none for debugging yet, bug I've created a feature request to get this supported (from Xdebug 3.1).
Do we bracket with something like this? :
I have a form in which I need you to function in multi steps. The problem I have is that the 'Prev' button does not work correctly, when I click it, it redirects to the previous field but apparently it reloads the page, or redirects to 'Page not found' and does not show what is already filled. Each field is a step.
Another problem that the form has, is that when it reaches the last field, the page is also reloaded and it does not allow to fill the field (which is a checkbox) and neither click on 'SEND' ...
This is the link of my page (I uploaded it to flywheel because I am using wordpress, they must use the username: flywheel and the password: red-car when the prompt is shown when entering the link)
This is the html of the form:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-02 at 02:34
Because the default type of button is submit. When you click on the prev button the form is submitted. I think adding 'type="button"' to all buttons will solve the problem.
I'm coding a program that will print output on what is happening with parts of an internal combustion engine. I have an abstract class called
CarSystemParts that all car part classes inherit from.
I have a
Dictionary> that shows which classes should be affected or physically pushed by other parts. It's defined like this:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-24 at 23:04
I think you can solve your problem using
Where to filter the elements you want, then
Select to only keep the Keys.
I built Wordpress local development env using Docker for Mac. I can access the Wordpress admin page but can't custom anything on browser, something like background color, images.. I could change theme, and load some picture, and text.
Anyone knows how to fix it??
I tried to use Local by flywheel, MAMP, XAMMP but I couldn't..so Docker is the last bastion to me. I really need solution.Version
MacOS 10.13.6 Docker 19.03.13My docker-compose.yml ...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-20 at 23:09
i mean div that has 's' class must go to the next line.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-23 at 19:31
When you set the display property to flex, the default flex-direction is row. You can set
flex-direction: column and the child elements will show up one below the other.
Read more about flex-direction at MDN: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/flex-direction
I am using wordpress website Local by flywheel ( url: xyz.local ) . I created a new gatsby site using and added gatsby-source-woocommerce. I also generated consumer key and consumer secret from woo-commerce settings. i added them to the api_keys in the config file.
When i run gastby develop, i get this error....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-15 at 11:53
I solved it. Problem is with plugin. In config options of gatsby-source-woocommerce, comment everything after fields i.e After commenting it looks like,
For the following website that I have made: ifrs.site (WordPress site with custom theme, if that's important), there is an overlap of content by the footer when the browser window is not maximised on desktop, or when viewed on mobile. I fixed this overlap issue in the dev environment, but the live website with the same CSS code as the dev website ends up with a worse overlap.
What is the cause in discrepancy? You can see the differences in code at this github repo: https://github.com/keg504/IFRS-Website-theme-files, in the 2 branches dev-files and master. What is on master is what is used on the site currently.
I'm using Local by Flywheel for the dev environment on Windows 10, and the CSS is run using a webpack configuration on nodejs.
Edit: As Aliqua has requested, I've added the wp_enqueue_style function I'm calling to load the CSS:
The part between styles...css changes whenever npm run build is run in the command line...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-04 at 11:20
Depending on your design/setup the css could have attached in the source code a
?ver=1.0.0 or similar. Which means if you have made changes but not updated the version it is still recalling the original file from the cache.
Some developers overcome this by setting the
enqueue_script() version part of the array to a
date() (including time with hour-min-sec) function. This will mean that everytime the page is refreshed the version is different and it wont recall older versions of the css from the cache.
Search your code for the enqueue script line for the css in question and see if you can set date() to the version value.
Refer to https://www.php.net/manual/en/function.date.php for more information.
Update: Based on your update, you could replace it with something like this.
I have made a Wordpress website first hosted locally with local by Flywheel.
I am trying to fully self-host it with a personal server (running ubuntu 18.04), not using some online ftp. I have found no documentation online about the way to do it, only people trying to sell theirs ftp services with a ready-to-use Wordpress environment... I managed to install some things, and when I enter the static IP address of the website, it works!
After some time, a message like this appears :
Error while trying to connect to the database and the website is down.
If I run
/etc/init.d/mysql start again, the website works again! 30 min later, it breaks again, displaying the message above...
This is what I have done:
I used Duplicator to made an image of the website, and transferred it to the server. I have installed:
- nginx (for reverse proxy)
- php 7.2
- php7.2-mysql and some other extensions
My logins in
wp-config.php are correct
Can you help me please ?
Things that failed:
restarting the server and reinstall everything
sudo systemctl reload mysql
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-22 at 11:40
This is strange. MySQL installed on Ubuntu with
sudo apt install mysql-server is usually bulletproof.
As I read your error logs, this is the root-cause of your failures.
I am a windows 10 user
i have installed local by flywheel v5.0.7 & i want to configure roots bedrock into the app folder. now how can i change the default configure (nginx > site.conf.hbs) public folder to bedrock/web folder
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-17 at 23:34
I had a similar issue and found this article which outlines using the full path to the location of the install.
Local 5 and newer utilizes a native stack, so paths such as /app won’t work anymore. You will need to provide the entire path.
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