kandi X-RAY | qrcode.react Summary
kandi X-RAY | qrcode.react Summary
A React component to generate QR codes.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
qrcode.react Key Features
qrcode.react Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on qrcode.react
I'm using a qrcode.react library and creating useRef hook...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-01 at 12:55
try initialising it with:
I am trying to build react prod docker container with Azure DevOps pipelines. After I upgrade my build environment and code, Pipeline failed. After some research I add "--node-flags --max-old-space-size=8192" statement my build command. But it didn't matter. I also try tried relevant node containers for a build, it didn't work....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-04 at 12:19
I was aware that the "--max-old-space-size=8192" parameter does not pass to build. So I dedided to add ENV in Dockerfile like " ENV NODE_OPTIONS="--max-old-space-size=8192"". Finally my Dockerfile transformed to:
I have a Cognito user pool that has MFA set to Optional with TOTP only.
I'm trying to set up a page that enables MultiFactorAuthentication for the user for the first time following this AWS Documentation.
As my component mounts, I generate a QR code and show it on screen using qrcode.react...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-04 at 01:46
I solved it.
Auth.verifyTotpToken() is not supposed to be in the .then() block of setupTOTP.
Pfft. Removing the Auth.setupTOTP in the setupMFA function made it work.
I am trying to run the command
npm run dev or
npm run production. But none of them are successful. Once I run the command I am getting an error like in image :
My package.json file is like below :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-31 at 07:24
Laravel Mix 6 removes a number of options from the CLI. You will need to update the
scripts section of your
package.json file accordingly.
See Update Your NPM Scripts
I have a QR component which has a button for sharing to social media platforms.
A form dialog will pop up if I click on the share button. However, I couldn't get the form to close when I clicked on the close button inside the modal. I can see from the background that the share button has a ripple effect as if that's the button being clicked. What did I do wrong?
Why is the
handleCloseForm function not working even though
setShare is set to
Here's the code....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-12 at 03:36
You should not put the
Button. If you try to
handleCloseForm, you will see when you click the close button, it will trigger
handleFormDialog consecutively so the
share state remains
Try to put it outside
I would like to insert data from pages/index.js into mysql database. A mysql connection in routes/routes.js, i have built ins function to call what i want
Fail with error:
Module not found: Can't resolve 'fs' in '.../node_modules/destroy'
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-01 at 23:14
try install the module fs. like
yarn add fs something like.
I'm new to react. I'm using QRcode.react to generate a QR code & I'm hoping to add it to @react-pdf/renderer so I can attach QR code inside pdf. So for that, I'm trying to get HTML as a DataURL Of image.
below is my code for generating URL of the image...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-03 at 08:56
You want to select the element with ID target. But what you chose is tag target.
You need to fix this
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-14 at 04:12
I see no way of specifying the location of the
server.js files, neither in the app.yaml reference, nor in the gcloud app deploy reference, so I'd guess it has to be located side-by-side with the
app.yaml file (as seen in the sample app).
The error you see could very well be caused by the deployment command not finding the mentioned files where it expects them.
In other words you'd have to move/copy the
app.yaml file in the
server directory. It might be possible to symlink the file to avoid actual code duplication if you want to also deploy from another directory (it works for the standard environment, but I'm not certain the same is true for the flexible one).
Side note: I don't think your static handlers (which I suspect could also be the reason for which you seek such app structure) will be working - there's no mention of such capability in the app.yaml reference or in the Serving Static Files section. Maybe you accidentally looked at the standard environment docs? (check How to tell if a Google App Engine documentation page applies to the 1st/2nd generation standard or the flexible environment) If you drop the handlers there's very little left in the
app.yaml file - a rather low re-use value for the effort to do so (if even possible). I'd just keep things simple and stick to the recommended way.
No vulnerabilities reported
Reuse Trending Solutions
Subscribe to our newsletter for trending solutions and developer bootcamps
Share this Page