kandi X-RAY | kaiju Summary
kandi X-RAY | kaiju Summary
Kaiju is a drag and drop web editor for building pages composed of predefined react components. Kaiju's default plug-in allow users to build pages composed of react components from Terra UI, generate react components and preview the generated pages in the browser. Kaiju is great for rapid prototyping and facilitating collaboration between engineers and designers.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Insert the property to the specified property
- Updates the properties of the component .
- Append the property to the store .
- Updates the properties for the given property .
- Reset component properties
- Iterates over all objects within the given object .
- Iterates over the given object IDs .
- Decomposes the given ID .
- Composes the given prefix to its id
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I am not able to .map() through nested array for some reason. I firstly .map() through stored data and then I tried reiterate with another .map() inside my first iteration but it does not resolve the nested array and it stays the same.
The "newmap" works fine but gives me a nested array and when I try to reiterate over "newmap" it does not change anything and that's the problem.
I will show you all relevant information below....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-08 at 10:59
Try to get a handle on Arc and I'm running into a wall trying to figure out the end angle. I need something simple so can feed it a percentage and it make an arc that that's percent of a circle.
I got the arc to start at the top and I know math.pi*2 will get me all the way around but when I try to modify that with the old *0.p trick of a converted percentage I get this.
white is 0.1/10% red is 0.95/95% green is 0.5/50% blue is 0.7/70%
but none of them look like that and I just can't figure out the way it's figuring the arc....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-23 at 20:08
It's because you forgot that you changed the starting angle. You need to make the angle, at which the arc ends, to be relative to the starting angle. So if you increase the value by the starting value it will work as expected:
I have a React component that gets back an array of objects representing different groups of items (example: Marvel Characters, DC Characters, Magic Cards, Comic Books) and displays them as either a list of text elements or a grid of photos.
I'm also getting back a configuration array of objects that lists each group and what it's rendering style should be.
What I'm struggling to figure out is how I can use that configuration object as a dictionary to determine the rendering style of the elements.
My first thought was to pass the group elements like this
groupsArray[configObject] and then use the return values in a switch like this:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-07 at 13:21
Would this be something you are looking for?
I have a React Component I'm building out that accepts a data object as props.
This data object holds an array of groups each with it's own group type.
What I'm trying to do is map over each group in the array and display it's contents as it's own section, but I also want to ensure that all of the objects with the type grid display together, followed by any sections with a list type no matter what position they are in the array.
So even if the array holds the values like:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-24 at 18:28
I have fixed the issues.
You are already looping over
data inside renderList, so we can directly have
To sort, we can use
data.sort((a, b) => a.groupType === b.groupType ? 0 : a.groupType > b.groupType ? 1 : -1);
Also, in switch case you need to push the component and not a function.
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