incoming | Incoming! helps you receive email in your Rack apps. | Cloud Functions library

 by   honeybadger-io Ruby Version: v0.2.0 License: MIT

kandi X-RAY | incoming Summary

kandi X-RAY | incoming Summary

incoming is a Ruby library typically used in Serverless, Cloud Functions, Ruby On Rails, Twilio applications. incoming has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.

Incoming! helps you receive email in your Rack apps.

            kandi-support Support

              incoming has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 309 star(s) with 18 fork(s). There are 13 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 6 months.
              There are 2 open issues and 6 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 351 days. There are 1 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of incoming is v0.2.0

            kandi-Quality Quality

              incoming has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.

            kandi-Security Security

              incoming has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
              incoming code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
              There are 0 security hotspots that need review.

            kandi-License License

              incoming is licensed under the MIT License. This license is Permissive.
              Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.

            kandi-Reuse Reuse

              incoming releases are not available. You will need to build from source code and install.
              Installation instructions, examples and code snippets are available.
              incoming saves you 241 person hours of effort in developing the same functionality from scratch.
              It has 587 lines of code, 28 functions and 18 files.
              It has low code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.

            Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

            kandi has reviewed incoming and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into incoming implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.
            • Extracts params from a file or hash
            • Receive a Message .
            • Creates a new authentication callback .
            Get all kandi verified functions for this library.

            incoming Key Features

            No Key Features are available at this moment for incoming.

            incoming Examples and Code Snippets

            Handles incoming message .
            javadot img1Lines of Code : 30dot img1License : Non-SPDX
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            private void processMessage(Message message) {
                switch (message.getType()) {
                  case ELECTION:
           + localId + " - Election Message handling...");
                  case LEADER  
            Filters incoming request
            javadot img2Lines of Code : 15dot img2License : Permissive (MIT License)
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                public Mono filter(ServerWebExchange serverWebExchange, WebFilterChain webFilterChain) {
                    ServerHttpRequest request = serverWebExchange.getRequest();
                    if (request.getURI()
                        .equals("/")) {  
            Handles incoming request .
            javadot img3Lines of Code : 14dot img3License : Permissive (MIT License)
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            public final Mono handleRequest(final ServerRequest request) {
                    return request.bodyToMono(this.validationClass)
                        .flatMap(body -> {
                            Errors errors = new BeanPropertyBindingResult(body, this.validationClass.getName(  

            Community Discussions


            Animate needle transition
            Asked 2022-Mar-21 at 22:09

            When I read data from GPS sensor, it comes with a slight delay. You are not getting values like 0,1 0,2 0,3 0,4 0,5 etc, but they are coming like 1 then suddenly 5 or 9 or 12. In this case needle is jumping back and forth. Anybody have an idea how to make needle moving smoothly? I guess some kind of delay is needed?

            Something like, taken from another control:



            Answered 2022-Mar-21 at 22:09

            Coming from a controls background, to mimic behavior of an analog device, you could use an exponential (aka low-pass) filter.

            There are two types of low-pass filters you can use, depending on what type of behavior you want to see: a first-order or second-order filter. To put it in a nutshell, if your reading was steady at 0 then suddenly changed to 10 and held steady at 10 (a step change), the first order would slowly go to 10, never passing it, then remain at 10 whereas the second order would speed up its progress towards 10, pass it, then oscillate in towards 10.

            The function for an exponential filter is simple:



            Dramatic drop in numpy fromfile performance when switching from python 2 to python 3
            Asked 2022-Mar-16 at 23:53

            I am analyzing large (between 0.5 and 20 GB) binary files, which contain information about particle collisions from a simulation. The number of collisions, number of incoming and outgoing particles can vary, so the files consist of variable length records. For analysis I use python and numpy. After switching from python 2 to python 3 I have noticed a dramatic decrease in performance of my scripts and traced it down to numpy.fromfile function.

            Simplified code to reproduce the problem

            This code,

            1. Generates a file of a similar structure to what I have in my studies
            2. Reads it using numpy.fromfile
            3. Reads it using numpy.frombuffer
            4. Compares timing of both


            Answered 2022-Mar-16 at 23:52

            TL;DR: np.fromfile and np.frombuffer are not optimized to read many small buffers. You can load the whole file in a big buffer and then decode it very efficiently using Numba.


            The main issue is that the benchmark measure overheads. Indeed, it perform a lot of system/C calls that are very inefficient. For example, on the 24 MiB file, the while loops calls 601_214 times np.fromfile and np.frombuffer. The timing on my machine are 10.5s for read_binary_npfromfile and 1.2s for read_binary_npfrombuffer. This means respectively 17.4 us and 2.0 us per call for the two function. Such timing per call are relatively reasonable considering Numpy is not designed to efficiently operate on very small arrays (it needs to perform many checks, call some functions, wrap/unwrap CPython types, allocate some objects, etc.). The overhead of these functions can change from one version to another and unless it becomes huge, this is not a bug. The addition of new features to Numpy and CPython often impact overheads and this appear to be the case here (eg. buffering interface). The point is that it is not really a problem because there is a way to use a different approach that is much much faster (as it does not pay huge overheads).

            Faster Numpy code

            The main solution to write a fast implementation is to read the whole file once in a big byte buffer and then decode it using np.view. That being said, this is a bit tricky because of data alignment and the fact that nearly all Numpy function needs to be prohibited in the while loop due to their overhead. Here is an example:



            Is there a way to access the children of a CategoryChannel before it is deleted? [Discord.js]
            Asked 2022-Feb-19 at 14:09

            I handle a channelDelete event in my discord bot. My original intent was to do the following:

            1. Listen for when a channel is deleted
            2. Check to see if its type equals 'GUILD_CATEGORY'
            3. Delete all the channels under that category

            I can typically access channels under a CategoryChannel through its property called children anywhere else except during this event...



            Answered 2022-Feb-19 at 14:09

            Unfortunately, this is how CategoryChannels work in discord.js...
            When the category is deleted, discord.js sends a request to the API to delete the channel. Only then, Discord sends you the event after the category is deleted.
            What happens next is that the children are not located in the category anymore! So you will not be able to get the children inside the CategoryChannel object.

            This is the code for the children property



            Join three tables and retrieve the expected result
            Asked 2022-Feb-16 at 08:34

            I have 3 tables. User Accounts, IncomingSentences and AnnotatedSentences. Annotators annotate the incoming sentences and tag an intent to it. Then, admin reviews those taggings and makes the corrections on the tagged intent.

            DB-Fiddle Playground link:

            Assuming myself as the admin, I want to pull the error report per annotator.

            My tables are as follows:

            User Accounts table:

            userId userEmail userRole 1 editor 2 editor 3 editor 4 admin 5 admin

            Incoming Sentences Table

            sentenceId sentence createdAt 1 sentence1 2021-01-01 2 sentence2 2021-01-01 3 sentence3 2021-01-02 4 sentence4 2021-01-02 5 sentence5 2021-01-03 6 sentence6 2021-01-03 7 sentence7 2021-02-01 8 sentence8 2021-02-01 9 sentence9 2021-02-02 10 sentence10 2021-02-02 11 sentence11 2021-02-03 12 sentence12 2021-02-03

            Annotated Sentences Table

            id annotatorId sentenceId annotatedIntent 1 1 1 intent1 2 4 1 intent2 3 2 2 intent4 4 3 4 intent4 5 1 5 intent2 6 3 3 intent3 7 5 3 intent2 8 1 6 intent4 9 4 6 intent1 10 1 7 intent1 11 4 7 intent3 12 3 9 intent3 13 2 10 intent3 14 5 10 intent1

            Expected Output:

            I want an output as a table which provides the info about total-sentences-annotated-per-each editor and the total-sentences-corrected-by-admin on top of editor annotated sentences. I don't want to view the admin-tagged-count in the same table. If it comes also, total-admin-corrected should return 0.



            Answered 2022-Feb-15 at 15:50

            Because sentence_id might be reviewed by different users (role), you can try to use subquery (INNER JOIN between user_accounts & annotated_sentences) with window function + condition aggregate function, getting count by your logic.

            if you don't want to see admin count information you can use where filter rows.



            Uvicorn async workers are still working synchronously
            Asked 2022-Feb-07 at 18:39

            Question in short

            I have migrated my project from Django 2.2 to Django 3.2, and now I want to start using the possibility for asynchronous views. I have created an async view, setup asgi configuration, and run gunicorn with a Uvicorn worker. When swarming this server with 10 users concurrently, they are served synchronously. What do I need to configure in order to serve 10 concurrent users an async view?

            Question in detail

            This is what I did so far in my local environment:

            • I am working with Django 3.2.10 and Python 3.9.
            • I have installed gunicorn and uvicorn through pip
            • I have created an file with the following contents


            Answered 2022-Feb-06 at 21:43

            When running the gunicorn command, you can try to add workers parameter with using options -w or --workers.

            It defaults to 1 as stated in the gunicorn documentation. You may want to try to increase that value.

            Example usage:



            How to programmatically detect auto failover on AWS mysql aurora?
            Asked 2022-Feb-04 at 12:22

            Our stack is nodejs with MySQL we're using MySQL connections pooling our MySQL database is managed on AWS aurora . in case of auto failover the master DB is changed the hostname stays the same but the connections inside the pool stays connected to the wrong DB. The only why we found in order to reset the connection is to roll our servers.

            this is a demonstration of a solution I think could solve this issue but I prefer a solution without the set interval



            Answered 2022-Feb-04 at 12:22

            Instead of manually monitoring the DB health, as you have also hinted, ideally we subscribe to failover events published by AWS RDS Aurora.

            There are multiple failover events listed here for the DB cluster: Amazon RDS event categories and event messages

            You can use and test to see which one of them is the most reliable in your use case for triggering poolCluster.end() though.



            Kubernetes NodePort is not available on all nodes - Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI)
            Asked 2022-Jan-31 at 14:37

            I've been trying to get over this but I'm out of ideas for now hence I'm posting the question here.

            I'm experimenting with the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) and I wanted to create a Kubernetes cluster which exposes some service.

            The goal is:

            • A running managed Kubernetes cluster (OKE)
            • 2 nodes at least
            • 1 service that's accessible for external parties

            The infra looks the following:

            • A VCN for the whole thing
            • A private subnet on
            • A public subnet on
            • NAT gateway for the private subnet
            • Internet gateway for the public subnet
            • Service gateway
            • The corresponding security lists for both subnets which I won't share right now unless somebody asks for it
            • A containerengine K8S (OKE) cluster in the VCN with public Kubernetes API enabled
            • A node pool for the K8S cluster with 2 availability domains and with 2 instances right now. The instances are ARM machines with 1 OCPU and 6GB RAM running Oracle-Linux-7.9-aarch64-2021.12.08-0 images.
            • A namespace in the K8S cluster (call it staging for now)
            • A deployment which refers to a custom NextJS application serving traffic on port 3000

            And now it's the point where I want to expose the service running on port 3000.

            I have 2 obvious choices:

            • Create a LoadBalancer service in K8S which will spawn a classic Load Balancer in OCI, set up it's listener and set up the backendset referring to the 2 nodes in the cluster, plus it adjusts the subnet security lists to make sure traffic can flow
            • Create a Network Load Balancer in OCI and create a NodePort on K8S and manually configure the NLB to the ~same settings as the classic Load Balancer

            The first one works perfectly fine but I want to use this cluster with minimal costs so I decided to experiment with option 2, the NLB since it's way cheaper (zero cost).

            Long story short, everything works and I can access the NextJS app on the IP of the NLB most of the time but sometimes I couldn't. I decided to look it up what's going on and turned out the NodePort that I exposed in the cluster isn't working how I'd imagine.

            The service behind the NodePort is only accessible on the Node that's running the pod in K8S. Assume NodeA is running the service and NodeB is just there chilling. If I try to hit the service on NodeA, everything is fine. But when I try to do the same on NodeB, I don't get a response at all.

            That's my problem and I couldn't figure out what could be the issue.

            What I've tried so far:

            • Switching from ARM machines to AMD ones - no change
            • Created a bastion host in the public subnet to test which nodes are responding to requests. Turned out only the node responds that's running the pod.
            • Created a regular LoadBalancer in K8S with the same config as the NodePort (in this case OCI will create a classic Load Balancer), that works perfectly
            • Tried upgrading to Oracle 8.4 images for the K8S nodes, didn't fix it
            • Ran the Node Doctor on the nodes, everything is fine
            • Checked the logs of kube-proxy, kube-flannel, core-dns, no error
            • Since the cluster consists of 2 nodes, I gave it a try and added one more node and the service was not accessible on the new node either
            • Recreated the cluster from scratch

            Edit: Some update. I've tried to use a DaemonSet instead of a regular Deployment for the pod to ensure that as a temporary solution, all nodes are running at least one instance of the pod and surprise. The node that was previously not responding to requests on that specific port, it still does not, even though a pod is running on it.

            Edit2: Originally I was running the latest K8S version for the cluster (v1.21.5) and I tried downgrading to v1.20.11 and unfortunately the issue is still present.

            Edit3: Checked if the NodePort is open on the node that's not responding and it is, at least kube-proxy is listening on it.



            Answered 2022-Jan-31 at 12:06

            Might not be the ideal fix, but can you try changing the externalTrafficPolicy to Local. This would prevent the health check on the nodes which don't run the application to fail. This way the traffic will only be forwarded to the node where the application is . Setting externalTrafficPolicy to local is also a requirement to preserve source IP of the connection. Also, can you share the health check config for both NLB and LB that you are using. When you change the externalTrafficPolicy, note that the health check for LB would change and the same needs to be applied to NLB.

            Edit: Also note that you need a security list/ network security group added to your node subnet/nodepool, which allows traffic on all protocols from the worker node subnet.



            My System.CommandLine app won't build! It can't find a CommandHandler. Do I need to write it?
            Asked 2022-Jan-25 at 16:31

            I am using VS 2022, .Net 6.0, and trying to build my first app using System.CommandLine.

            Problem: when I build it, I get an error

            The name 'CommandHandler' does not exist in the current context

            The code I'm trying to build is the sample app from the GitHub site: , without alteration (I think).

            It looks like this:



            Answered 2021-Dec-17 at 23:16

            Think you're missing a using line:



            set different colors for notification actions
            Asked 2021-Dec-21 at 19:55

            Hi I am setting a notification for incoming call with two actions : Answer and Decline . I need to set Green color for Answer action and red for Decline . But i couldnt find a solution.

            Here is my code :



            Answered 2021-Dec-21 at 19:55

            I have tried your code and achieved it with the help of Spannable class.



            TypeScript creating Set/Array from array of numbers or strings
            Asked 2021-Dec-14 at 17:26

            I'm trying to create a function, that takes array of numbers or array of string and return Set from that array, like this:



            Answered 2021-Nov-10 at 00:07

            EDIT: seems like this relates to some TS config. One way is to spread the array you're making the set from and cast the return value, like so:


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            Install incoming

            Add Incoming! to your Gemfile and run bundle install:. Create a new class to receive emails (see examples below). Implement an HTTP endpoint to receive HTTP post hooks, and pass the request to your receiver. (see examples below).
            Add Incoming! to your Gemfile and run bundle install: gem "incoming"
            Create a new class to receive emails (see examples below)
            Implement an HTTP endpoint to receive HTTP post hooks, and pass the request to your receiver. (see examples below)


            Fork it.Create a topic branch git checkout -b my_branchCommit your changes git commit -am "Boom"Push to your branch git push origin my_branchSend a pull request
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