JSON response received on the client side is generally in alphabetical order. This happens when we don’t add any sort order on our server-side API layers. In one of my project, there was a situation in which I wanted to add columns in Excel file from JSON response, as JSON attributes( In my case colum headers ) arranged in alphabetical, but I wanted them to be in some required order. I tried to do this client side in JS but it costs a lot! in term of page loading performance when data is large. As my services were in ASP.NET using C sharp so after some research, I tried something which worked like charm.
Viewing formatted data on HTML webpage is a good idea until the user wants to do some quick changes in tabular data like sorting, filtering. So it is better to take it in your own hands instead of making server calls. Today we will convert JSON response data into the Excel file. Excel file will have a header and columns defined which will be downloaded on the client side.
So after updating the version of firebase-messaging in the build.gradle file from v17.0.0 to v17.1.0, strange things started happening…
there was a line of horror in service I used to use for messaging in my application. After some research, I landed on this page.
Let’s quickly go to updates which we need to do to get it working like before.
A complex application built using AngularJS takes a lot of time to load due to a large number of view controllers and other modules. As AngularJS acts as a web application we need to load all resources on page load. But we can adopt a new approach to load only required resources like controllers which we need for that particular view. This is called Lazy Loading where we load what we need.
This is a really quick tutorial to add Google reCAPTCHA in a PHP form. reCAPTCHA is used to prevent spam or autonomous illegal activities on your website, which can result in overuse of the bandwidth of your server fill your databases with junk data.
Here we will discuss v2 of Google reCAPTCHA.
html2canvas is a powerful library to convert HTML into a canvas. Canvas created can be used to create PDF or we can simply append in the document somewhere required. Here we are going to simply convert HTML document or any element into a canvas which we later convert into Image of JPG or PNG type.
Android SQLite provides a mean for an application developer to save data locally in device memory in a structured form, which makes it very easy to read, update or delete information saved in multiple formats.
Android SQLite is the best way to save data locally in the device itself. SQLite acts as a local database for applications saving data in tradition columns rows architecture. It is suited where data is structured and repeating, for example, user data information. Here we will discuss the implementation of SQLite form beginning using API’s of android.database.sqlite package.
Here we will delete SQLite database rows, which we inserted in previous post . For SQLite integration see this post if you are at the beginning of using the database in your application.
So as we already have application using which we can insert rows in the database.
Part 2: Insert Rows in SQLite Android App
In the previous post we worked on the integration of SQLite then we created Database and Table. Now we will Create a new Activity to insert a new row in Database.