kandi X-RAY | midb Summary
kandi X-RAY | midb Summary
midb is middleware for databases! It helps you serve all the contents of your database via a simple API, and all you have to do is write a JSON file! And it's written using the RMVC framework :heart_eyes: :ok_hand:. This is the second stable midb release. Other than some new interesting features and bug fixes, a lot of changes have taken place under the hood. However, next releases will focus on improving code quality and features for developers (like new hooks).
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midb Examples and Code Snippets
# For the GET request, we encode the endpoint only
$ ./utils/hmac.rb users example
[hmac digest] CqbUYblgN2Gl43YZnStvkNlJcVw%3D%0A
$ curl -H "Authentication: hmac CqbUYblgN2Gl43YZnStvkNlJcVw%3D%0A" http://localhost:8081/users
$ midb bootstrap
$ midb set db:host localhost # the database host
$ midb set db:user root # the database user
$ midb set db:password woot # the user's password
$ midb set db:engine mysql # tell midb to use mysql
$ midb start db:database [po
Trending Discussions on midb
I am trying to find a specific RGB point in an octree ( after I have inserted it already) and I want this function to return a pointer to that node's parent or a list with the node and its brothers. How can I change this code to get that? Also when an empty node is encountered I tried returning nullptr or NULL and I get a compile error :no viable conversion from returned value of type 'nullptr_t' to function return type 'vector', how can I fix that?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-21 at 03:31
The error message is a clue. Your method is returning a vector, so you can't return a pointer.
You can either change the return type of your method or create and return an empty vector.
Without knowing the structure of your data, I don't have an absolute answer for how to return the parent, but you could either retain parent knowledge in your class or pass the parent to the method as an optional argument.
I have a the following snippet of code...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-23 at 23:45
I am trying to use IMPORTRANGE() to import a sheet from another spreadsheet. I am currently using the following formula....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-22 at 17:38
Your current formula gets the value of the date, not the date that is displayed in the
Try this formula:
I'm writing code in Swift, and using https://github.com/evermeer/EVReflection. However, Xcode is playing shenanigans with my class structure - in a few places, it claims I need to include a required initialized, declared in
EVObject, but not in other places. Consider the following example:
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Sep-02 at 04:39
It's indeed caused by the extra init
I am trying to upload a file via Ajax to a server-side script written in classic ASP.
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Mar-21 at 00:09
Once a file has been uploaded you could use
FileSystemObject to check the file exists and retrieve its properties via the
GetFile method. Use a function to save space and return a dictionary of properties, making them easier to reference:
My other half was sent a piece of malware in MS word VBA. The document was opened, editing enabled and the Trojan was missed by the anti virus for some reason.
I'm 99% sure the system has been cleaned and the there are no lasting effects, however I'd like to understand what the code was trying to do so I can be 100% sure.
What I have managed to translate is beyond my skill.
This is the original function from the VBA:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Sep-21 at 13:56
It's encrypted code.
There's no way to tell what it's doing without running it far enough to have it decrypt itself.
When run, the strings will be converted back into commands of some sort, at which point you can tell what it's going to do.
If you want to examine it, spin up a windows Virtual Machine (you can get them free from Microsoft), install Word and you can step through the code using the Debugger, which is in the "Macros" menu in Word.
I'm new to Go and I'm running into what I'm sure are beginner errors. I'm getting an error
invalid identifier character U+2013 seemingly everywhere I'm subtracting. Am I some how not using the arithmetic operator properly? I'm also getting the errors
unexpected name, expecting semicolon or newline or } and
non-declaration statement outside function body but I'm not too sure what's causing it. It mainly seems like the issue is within my if statements above the for loop. I thought it was because I'm reassigning already declared variables, but that doesn't seem to be the case. Any help would be much appreciated and if anyone has some tips in general for debugging Go that would be great too.
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Sep-10 at 03:56
U+2013 (or '–') is a fancy version of '-' (or U+2d) for people who are big into typography. If you type a dash on your keyboard, you'll get the right character, if you copied something in from a web site, a word processor, or an email, it might have been 'helpfully' replaced along with way with the wrong dash, which Go doesn't understand. This also happens a lot with the double-quote character.
You should be able to search and replace the fancy dash in your text editor or IDE.
I want to hash the passwort 'HelloWorld' to MD5. Following code is an excerpt from Generating the hash value of a file. The problem is that with the presented code, I need to save the password to a file before hashing it. How can I pass it in memory? I am feeling very uncomfortable with vbs, please excuse me. I do not know what kind of type binary is in vbs....
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Jul-12 at 15:13
I suspect you need input of data type
ComputeHash_2(). VBScript can't create that data type by itself, but you should be able to use the
ADODB.Stream object for converting a string to a byte array without writing it to a file first. Something like this:
I've been trying to accomplish something to no avail. What I need is a square div 1000x1000px) that scales down when the browser scales, maintaining it's square, and scaling it's contents down with it. The div has a background image, that should not repeat, and 4 divs with a class "puzzleRow" which each have 4 divs with the class "puzzlePiece".
Each puzzlePiece contains an svg for clicking. and a puzzle image that is meant to overflow so they can connect. Here's my html.......
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Mar-10 at 20:56
No vulnerabilities reported
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