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Class name changing dynamically from JSON object in Angular.js


Class name changing dynamically from JSON object in Angular.js

By : ferdin sylvester M I
Date : December 05 2020, 12:23 PM
this will help Since you are repeating mainEvent use {{mainEvent.category}} insteaed of {{mainEvents.category}}
Change class="element home {{mainEvents.category}}" to class="element home {{mainEvent.category}}"
code :
<li ng-repeat="mainEvent in mainEvents" class="element home {{mainEvent.category}}" >
 <li ng-repeat="mainEvent in mainEvents" class="element home"  ng-class="mainEvent.category" >


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Changing color of Javascript class object dynamically?

Changing color of Javascript class object dynamically?


By : k deepu
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps Calculate the Eucledian distance between the centers of each ball. Then, when this distance is smaller or equal to the sum of their radiuses, there's a collision:
code :
check = function() {
  for (var i = 0; i < balls.length; i++) {
    for(var j = 0; j < balls.length; j++) {
      if (i != j) { // ignore self-collision
        if (Math.pow(balls[j].center.x - balls[i].center.x, 2) + Math.pow(balls[j].center.y - balls[i].center.y, 2) <= Math.pow(balls[i].radius + balls[j].radius, 2)) {
          balls[j].setColor('red');
        } else {
          balls[j].setColor(balls[j].color);
       } 
    }
 }}
Changing ng-view animation class dynamically with Angular

Changing ng-view animation class dynamically with Angular


By : AlexSnake
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further Just for anyone else that might be looking for a simple solution to this question, expanding off @muenchdo answer. I set a timeout to revert to the previous animation after the transition was over.
like this:
code :
$scope.animationClass = "view-enter";  
$scope.toggleAnimation = function() {
        $scope.animationClass = "view-leave";
    $timeout(function() {
      $scope.animationClass = "view-enter";
      }, 350);  
}
How do I dynamically query a JSON object in Angular?

How do I dynamically query a JSON object in Angular?


By : Tyler Richards
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times In my Angular (v. 1.6.3) app, I've grabbed a JSON object full of stock price information. As you can see in the example below, because of its structure it can only be queried using brackets (each key is a string including spaces, parenthesis, periods, etc.): , You need to watch for changes in currentDate
try this
code :
$scope.$watch('currentDate', function() {
  $scope.thisStock = $scope.stocks["Time Series (Daily)"][$scope.currentDate]["4. close"];
});
Get key from json object, if the key is dynamically changing based on the GET request made

Get key from json object, if the key is dynamically changing based on the GET request made


By : Vijay Veeraraghavan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help HTML: , You could use Object.keys and then map the array to the values, like:
code :
var price = Object.keys(response).map(key => response[key)[0];
if($("#crypto_list").val() == "other_crypto" && $("#currency_list").val() == "other_currency"){
    document.querySelector("#value_of_crypto_in_real_currency").innerHTML = "<h2>Price of " + typed_value_1 + " is " + price + " " + typed_value_2 +  "!</h2>";
}
else {
    document.querySelector("#value_of_crypto_in_real_currency").innerHTML = "<h2>Price of " + url_2 + " is " + price + " " + url_4 + "!</h2>";
 }
document.querySelector("#value_of_crypto_in_real_currency").innerHTML =
  $("#crypto_list").val() == "other_crypto" &&
  $("#currency_list").val() == "other_currency"
    ? "<h2>Price of " + typed_value_1 +" is " +price +" " +typed_value_2 +"!</h2>"
    : "<h2>Price of " + url_2 + " is " + price + " " + url_4 + "!</h2>";
Changing the base class of an Object dynamically in C++

Changing the base class of an Object dynamically in C++


By : Lucy cartwright
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help This is a great place to use something like the Strategy pattern.
Instead of changing your base class for Camera, let Camera contain a pointer to either Sensor1 or Sensor2. That's where you check your condition.
code :
class Camera {
private:
  Sensor* obj;
public:
  Camera (bool flag){
    if (flag) {
      obj = new Sensor1();
    } else {
      obj = new Sensor2();
    }
  }
}
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