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How to configure the loading order of my Sencha Touch app files when testing with Jasmine
You need to spec/javascripts/support/jasmime.yml the files you need in the right order : src_files: - touch/sencha-touch-all-debug.js # Load Sencha library - spec/app.js # Load our spec Ext.Application - app/util/Urls.js #custom dependency - app/**/*.js # Load source files

Categories : Extjs

Changing the order of events in Jquery
You may want to utilize the complete call back argument for the fadeout method, to remove the element once fadeout is completed. With your current code it will start the fadeout animation and then immediately remove the content without waiting for fadeout animation to complete, hence you get the visual effect that you are seeing now. Using the callback you make sure that it gets executed once the animation is complete. $window.fadeOut(300, function () { $('#popupcontent span').remove(); }); Syntax .fadeOut( [duration ] [, complete ] ) Fiddle

Categories : Javascript

javascript onclick order of events
jQuery's .show() does nothing else than performing a change in the display css property (alongside some magic on previous states). However, everything happens in syncronized code. Its virtually impossible that your calculate() method is called first here. Its much more likely that your calculate() method is doing some heavy synronized, blocking operations and that the browser batches the two code segements together. It happens to be that in browsers, Javascript code, CSS Rendering and general "UI repaints and reflows", are processed in the same queue and therefore in the same thread. I'm talking about the such called "UI Queue" here. In short words, you need to make your calculate() function "faster", decouple it into smaller chunks. The worst option would be to entirely defer the ca

Categories : Javascript

Firing order of cached events
According to Microsoft you should not rely on a specific order of events. But in general events will fire in order of controls location within page markup. So if your layout is [TextBox1] [TextBox2] [Button1] Event's will fire in order: Page_Load TextBox1_Changed TextBox2_Changed Button1_Click You may try to change the order of events by rearranging controls on the page.

Categories : C#

Facebook Events Display Order
You can use usort: //Sorts by name. Switch 'name' for other sorts. //Switch 1 and -1 to reverse the sort. usort($events["data"],function($a,$b){ if ($a['name'] == $b['name']) { return 0; } return ($a['name'] < $b['name']) ? -1 : 1; });

Categories : PHP

Why this order of events in a lamda expression?
Note: This is an answer to the original question (the question has since been changed). They operate identically. I ran the below Console application and got the results 0 1 for both versions: class Program { static int m_nextNumber = 0; static void Main(string[] args) { var t1 = Version1(); m_nextNumber = 0; var t2 = Version2(); Task.WaitAll(t1, t2); Console.ReadKey(); } static async Task Version1() { List<int> hello = new List<int>(); await Say(hello); await Say(hello); PrintHello(hello); } static async Task Version2() { List<int> hello = new List<int>(); await Task.WhenAll(Enumerable.Range(0, 2).Select(async x => await Say(hello))

Categories : C#

how to simplify Jquery UI order of events
Note that you can replace every anonymous function variable: function() {...} by a named one and then hand over it's identifier instead. variable: myFunc ... function myFunc() {...} This can help you with easing the growing nesting of code and would also allow you to reuse identical/similar functions. $("#dialog-mjob").dialog({ autoOpen: true, resizable: true, modal: true, buttons: { "Modify": function () { $(this).dialog("close"); $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: "get-event.php", data: $('#mod-event-form').serialize(), success: myAjaxFunction // <-- CHANGED! }); }, Cancel: function () { $(this).dialog("close"); $

Categories : Jquery

order of events when a window starts in Visual C++ MFC
The order in which messages arrive is not fully defined and documented. However, some messages are ordered with respect to others. The MSDN explicitly states that WM_NCCREATE is sent prior to WM_CREATE. The documentation for WM_CREATE has a few more hints as far as the order is concerned (emphasis mine): Sent when an application requests that a window be created by calling the CreateWindowEx or CreateWindow function. (The message is sent before the function returns.) The window procedure of the new window receives this message after the window is created, but before the window becomes visible. It should be immediately clear, that a window has to exist to receive additional messages. Consequently, the first WM_SIZE will be sent after WM_CREATE. As for WM_PAINT it requires that a windo

Categories : Windows

How can i create order based click events
If you're new to js, you may want to start learning JQuery. I find it incredibly useful. With it, you could do something like this: <button value='1'> 1 </button> <button value='2'> 2 </button> <button value='3'> 3 </button> ... <script> var highest = 0; $('button').click( function() { if($(this).val() == highest+1) { highest = $(this).val(); alert("yay!"); } }); </script> This code will basically tell you 'yay!' every time you click the next number.

Categories : Javascript

order of events in Ember.js (applicationController and route)
Instead of ApplicationController.init() this logic belongs in a route. Something like this should work: App.ApplicationRoute = Ember.Route.extend({ beforeModel: function() { var attributes = $('meta[name="current-user"]').attr('content'); if (attributes) { var user = App.User.create().setProperties(JSON.parse(attributes)); this.controllerFor('currentUser').set('content', user); } } });

Categories : Ruby On Rails

JEditorPane - In what order are edit events called?
After trying what camickr suggested, it seems that this is the order of events: When typing in the editor pane (including cutting, copying and pasting) or changing the document font/style, the document will fire a DocumentEvent before it fires an UndoableEditEvent. When calling UndoableEdit.undo() or UndoableEdit.redo(), only a corresponding DocumentEvent will be fired.

Categories : Java

I want to create a global array in order to listen for events
Avoid ever using globals ( statics or singletons ) use direct callbacks instead or hook stuff up with component/object references Also avoid Find, and broadcastMessage ideally as they are slow :-) instead have: var SomeComponentType myReferenceToThatComponent; on Awake(){ if(myReferenceToThatComponent==null){ myReferenceToThatComponent = GetComponent<SomeComponentType>(); } } Once you have a reference to a component you can access any public items on it eg: myReferenceToThatComponent.done = true; myReferenceToThatComponent.SomeMethod( true ); benefit is you can set that reference in the Editor, but if you don't set it leaving it null, it goes and tries to find it, and it only finds it once, any further use will uses the cached result and not have to use an ex

Categories : C#

Are the click and focus events on a textbox in the wrong order in Chrome?
I assume this is because whereas in other browsers the click event is raised before the focus event, in Chrome its the other way round? Don't assume, test. (The same thing happens in Firefox, btw.) You can work around the problem by using setTimeout: Fiddle $("input:text").focus(function() { var $this = $(this); setTimeout(function(){ $this.select() }, 0); });

Categories : Jquery

How to set a date restriction for returned events in Google Calendar and put them in order - Python
Python datetime objects are very easy to work with. For instance, you could collect your event and datetime information into a list of tuples, like this: all_events = [] for <loop over events from server>: all_events.append((dateutil.parser.parse(event['start']['date']), event['summary'])) And then you can filter and sort those tuples, using the fact that you can add/subtract datetimes and get timedelta objects. You can simply compare to a timedelta object which represents a difference of 30 days: from datetime import datetime, timedelta max_td = timedelta(days=30) now = datetime.now() # Remove events that are too far into the future filtered_events = filter(lambda e: e[0] - now <= max_td, all_events) # Sort events in ascending order of start time filtered_events.sort()

Categories : Python

How do I configure my maven settings.xml in order to use the minify-maven-plugin?
Upto my understanding you have to only change the pom file to include this plugin under build. The same plugin is available in Maven central repo here. <plugin> <groupId>com.samaxes.maven</groupId> <artifactId>minify-maven-plugin</artifactId> <version>1.7</version> <executions> <execution> <id>default-minify</id> <phase>process-resources</phase> <configuration></configuration> <goals> <goal>minify</goal> </goals> </execution> </executions> </plugin> Note : I have used the version 1.7 her

Categories : Maven

TFS 2012 Configure Features Error - Unable to configure Planning Tools
Try this: Rename your User Story to "Product Backlog Item". Set the Initial State of you "Bug" to "Active". Try the Upgrade Rename your User Story Type back to "User Story". Remove the "Active" Initial State. Export your Common Process Config and add in your "Proposed" State into the Bug Configuration (see below). Import your Common Process Config. Example BugWorkItems <BugWorkItems category="Microsoft.BugCategory"> <States> <State type="Proposed" value="Proposed" /> <!-- more --> </States> </BugWorkItems>

Categories : Tfs

Any way configure to configure visual studio mvc build views release mode
Are you specifically setting something to compile the views like the Razor Generator? (http://razorgenerator.codeplex.com/) If not views in MVC are not compiled.

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Microsoft SQL Server (MSSQL) 'order by' to keep values together, but without specifying order (partial order by)
I don't think there's anything like you describe, a clustered index on the field will usually return rows in order of the indexed value without an order by, but it can't be guaranteed. However, if you had that index then the cost of the ORDER BY a would be trivial. And of course if you wanted to randomize the order you could do that, but it seemed like you were hoping for a better performing option, and any method to do that would not perform better.

Categories : SQL

Delphi tIdTCPClient with timer events and other multi-threaded client side events
TIdIOHandler has Write() and Read...() overloads for sending/receiving TStream data: procedure Write(AStream: TStream; ASize: TIdStreamSize = 0; AWriteByteCount: Boolean = False); overload; virtual; procedure ReadStream(AStream: TStream; AByteCount: TIdStreamSize = -1; AReadUntilDisconnect: Boolean = False); virtual; You do not need to copy the TMemoryStream contents to an intermediate TIdBytes before sending it, or receive it as TIdBytes before copying it back to the TStream. In fact, there is nothing in in the code you have shown that needs to use TIdBytes directly at all: procedure DoCommand(MyIdTCPClient: TIdTCPClient; var DATA: TMemoryStream); var CommsVerTest: String; begin //Write Data MyIdTCPClient.IOHandler.Write(DATA, 0, True); //Read back 6 bytes CommsVerTest s

Categories : Multithreading

Socket.io emitting and broadcasting events but wont "hear" events from the server
You are mixing up your client and server logic. This code (from your template): socket.on('addUser', function (data) { console.log("ADDING NEW USER:"); req.session.user = data; console.log(data); $("#usernames").append('<p>'+data+'</p>'); }); Is executing on the client side where there is not req object available. By default, socket.io and express sessions don't play together - you need to add some additional logic to your app. There are several projects that aim to make this easier such as: express.io session.socket.io

Categories : Node Js

iOS: Handle remote-control events and then relay the events to music apps
Make sure you call the following methods to begin receiving the events. [[UIApplication sharedApplication] beginReceivingRemoteControlEvents]; [self becomeFirstResponder]; Then in your application delegate you need to listen for the events. -(void)remoteControlReceivedWithEvent:(UIEvent *)event{ if (event.type == UIEventTypeRemoteControl){ switch (event.subtype) { case UIEventSubtypeRemoteControlTogglePlayPause: break; default: break; } } }

Categories : IOS

Will changing an events Time-Zone affect other people on shared events?
Yes the timezone of an event will sync. If an event happens at 9 Mountain time, the event will be displayed as occurring at 9 to anyone whos devices general setiings is set to mountain time. If their device is eastern time, the event will appear to occur at 7. If you change the time zone of the event to Eastern, devices in mountain time will now see the event occurring at 11, and eastern time devices will see the event occurring at 9. So, changing the time zone does not change the time it occurs in its own time zone, but it will change it relative to where you moved it from. You can do 2 things after asking the user when the event occurs: 1) you can assume the event occurs in the users devices current time zone. 2) you can ask them where the event occurs and set the events time zone to t

Categories : IOS

Highcharts: how to handle touch events via plotOptions.series.events
Yeah, something like this is not supported, I advice you to create idea here. The only workaround which comes to my mind is use Element.on function to add custom events to elements which exists on a chart. For example: http://jsfiddle.net/3bQne/269/ chart: { renderTo: 'container', events: { load: function(){ var chart = this, path = chart.series[0].tracker; path.on('click', function() { alert("click");; }); } } }

Categories : Javascript

Backbonejs Events for all collection items or Events per ItemView
If I understand you correctly, option 2 seems the most sane. You will be referring to this.model as opposed to digging through the collection to find the model associated with the clicked view.

Categories : Javascript

FullCalendar: How to re-add events that were part of original events array?
I don't have an answer to "Why" but I can show you a work around if you copy the event object into another object it will work (using the new object) e2 = $.extend({}, e); http://jsfiddle.net/BNmrQ/5/

Categories : Jquery

KeyEventDispatcher - how to separate action key events from Unicode events
OK, that was really easy after all. If I only knew there's a KeyEvent.isActionKey() earlier... Didn't test all possible cases yet, but it seems to behave just as I expected.

Categories : Java

Adding new events without removing existing events in FullCalendar
It's hard to say without seeing the fetchEvents() function, but it may be that fetchAndRenderEvents() is calling a collection.reset. Assuming the events are stored in a collection, calling collection.set will do exactly that, but then you have to have your view set up to listen for add and remove events on the collection to keep the view in sync.

Categories : Javascript

No events being shown when retrieving events using google calendar
As it's an array you need to use print_r instead of echo. Try replacing: echo $events; with print"<pre>".print_r($events, true)."</pre>";

Categories : PHP

C# do some work after all events are raised (or combine events)
If I understand the question correctly, you increment a counter when you start your A tasks and when each task is completed, you decrement the counter in the event handler. Also in the event handler, you check to see (after decrementing the counter) if the counter is zero. If so, you do task B. I suggest you look at Tasks (aka "Task Parallel Library (TPL)"), which allows you to do something like this: Task.WhenAll( new Task[] { Task.Run(()=> { //... do work A1... }, Task.Run(()=> { //... do work A2... }, Task.Run(()=> { //... do work A3... }}) .ContinueWith(()=> {//... do work B... }); Update: Based on the mention of WPF animations in your comment below, Task.Run may NOT be a good fit here. If I remember correctly, you get a Completed event, and don't ha

Categories : C#

Laravel 4 model events the same as regular events
You can handle model events via some helper functions or using model observers. But yes, behind the scenes, these events are fired Laravel's event dispatcher, so technically you could bind functions to those events via the Event facade, too.

Categories : Laravel

Events calendar- show the events in popup
You have added textview for each event, you should have added listview, instead and populated it with your events. Anyways for displaying it as popup you can use dialog and display a listview inside. At first I would create a list layout... something like: list_layout <LinearLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" android:layout_width="match_parent" android:layout_height="match_parent" android:orientation="vertical" > <ListView android:id="@+id/list" android:layout_width="fill_parent" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:divider="#b5b5b5" android:dividerHeight="1dp" /> </LinearLayout> Then a simple TextView like: single_item_lay

Categories : Android

How to order a LinQ result set created by a list of ID and order it use existing order of the list
use OrderByDescending IQueryable<Post> pp = myDataEntity.Posts.Where(p=>IDs.Contains(p.ID)) .OrderByDescending(p => p.ID)

Categories : Linq

Events inside events at jQuery
A solution would be to use jQuery's one() method. one() - Attach a handler to an event for the elements. The handler is executed at most once per element. In this case, it would be: $('#link').one('click', function(){ alert("Clicked"); //fired multiple times $(this).parent().hide(); }); jsFiddle example here.

Categories : Javascript

Convert table of individual events-distances into a summary table of events
Add GROUP BY: SELECT last_name, first_name, count(if(event = 'A', 1, NULL) AND if(distance = 10, 1, NULL)) AS A10, count(if(event = 'A', 1, NULL) AND if(distance = 15, 1, NULL)) AS A15, count(if(event = 'B', 1, NULL) AND if(distance = 10, 1, NULL)) AS B10, count(if(event = 'B', 1, NULL) AND if(distance = 15, 1, NULL)) AS B15 FROM sample s GROUP BY last_name, first_name ORDER BY last_name, first_name;

Categories : Mysql

With fast enumeration and an NSDictionary, iterating in the order of the keys is not guaranteed – how can I make it so it IS in order?
Dictionaries are, by definition, unordered. If you want to apply an order to the keys, you need to sort the keys. NSArray *keys = [articles allKeys]; NSArray *sortedKeys = [keys sortedArrayUsingSelector:@selector(compare:)]; for (NSString *key in sortedKeys) { // process key } Update the way the keys are sorted to suit your needs.

Categories : IOS

elements order in the inline css made by CGI scripting is not as the same as their order in the created HTML file
Enabling warnings would have told you: Odd number of elements in anonymous hash because you have ... => ... => ... there; I suspect the second one was meant to be .: use strict; use warnings; use CGI; my $cgi = CGI->new("width=50;pop=%25;justification=right"); if ( $cgi->param('width') ) { print $cgi->div( { -style=>'width:'.$cgi->param('width').$cgi->param('pop').';'.'align:'.$cgi->param('justification').';', }, $cgi->p($cgi->param('area')), ); } output: <div style="width:50%;align:right;"><p /></div>

Categories : Perl

How to Order By Descending with SQLite.NET? OrderByDescending() gives me error: "Order By does not support: xx => Convert(xx).ID"
No answers? Ok, well this is what I'm doing as a work around: public static IEnumerable<PanelLog> GetPanelLogsDescendingSql(params object[] args) { return me.db.Query<PanelLog>("select * from PanelLog ORDER BY ID DESC"); }

Categories : Sqlite

DynamoDb retrieve data Order by descending order and then use pagination like sql syntax
A Scan operation in DynamoDB can not change the sorting of the returned items. Also is Scan a pretty expensive operation as it always requires to read the whole table. If you want to take advantage of DynamoDB, here's one advice: Instead of looking for information, try to just find it. In the sense of, use lookups instead of scan/query to get the information you need. As an example, if you have a table that stores Events. Just store all events in that table, with their EventId as HashKey. Then you can have a second table EventLookups to store lookups to EventIds. In the EventLookups table you could put an Item like LookupId: LATEST-EVENT referencing some EventId: .... Every time you insert new events you can update the LATEST-EVENT entry to point to a newer Event. Or use a SET to

Categories : PHP

MySQL does subquery with ORDER BY clause always GROUP BY in the parent query in the same order
No. An ORDER BY in an inline view does not force the GROUP BY operation in the outer query to obtain non-aggregate values from the "first" row in the group. MySQL is free to choose any row from the group. You may observe that this is what happens, but this behavior is not guaranteed. The behavior may be different using different database engines, or a patchset or newer version of MySQL, or may change just with the value distribution within the tables. followup (based on updated question) The idea behind SQL (Structured Query Language) is that it is declarative, in that it declares the resultset to be returned, and does not specify "how" the result set is to be returned. You are quite correct that well-written code isn't 'random' in nature, it executes following a set of rules, and

Categories : Mysql

Precedence of multiple classes defining color property being set by declaration order rather than specification order
The order of the classes as you specify them on the elements is irrelevant. It's the order that you define them in your style declarations that matters. The quote you posted means in the style declarations, not the order the classes are listed on the elements.

Categories : CSS

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