ember-leaflet – initialize map with zoom to fit all pins

I am using ember-leaflet with a new project and I’ve got a component which houses a map with several markers on it called embedded-map. I’m following the tutorial on their page and can set a static zoom value for my map.

I saw there is some sort of fitBounds function available for the leaflet javascript library. Is there a way to access that while using ember-leaflet? My documentation search came up short, but I did find a template helper that seems related, but not quite what I’m looking for: https://miguelcobain.github.io/ember-leaflet/docs/helpers/lat-lng-bounds.


import Component from "@ember/component"; import { computed } from "@ember/object"; import { readOnly } from "@ember/object/computed";  export default Component.extend({   tagName: "",   zoom: 10.25, /* I'd like this to initialize to fit all map markers */    lat: readOnly("trip.averageLatitude"), /* `trip` is a model passed into the component */   lng: readOnly("trip.averageLongitude"),    location: computed("trip.averageLatitude", "trip.averageLongitude", function() {     return [this.get("averageLatitude"), this.get("averageLongitude")];   }), }); 


{{#leaflet-map lat=lat lng=lng zoom=zoom as |layers|}}   {{layers.tile url="http://{s}.tile.osm.org/{z}/{x}/{y}.png"}}    {{#each trip.days as |day|}}     {{#each day.dayItems as |item|}}       {{#layers.marker location=item.coordinates as |marker|}}         {{#marker.popup}}           <h3>{{item.name}}</h3>         {{/marker.popup}}       {{/layers.marker}}     {{/each}}   {{/each}} {{/leaflet-map}} 

How to initialize dynamic array inside a class in cpp?

I wish to initialize an multidimensional dynamic array inside a class. But I am getting error.

I have seen several examples in net. They seem to be difficult. I am new to coding. I wish simple solution if possible.

class myp {     int ntc = 5;     public:     double** y = new double*[ntc];     for(int i = 0; i < ntc; ++i)         y[i] = new int[3]; }; int main() {     int x;     myp mp;     mp.y[1][1] = 3;     cout<<mp.y[1][1]<<endl;;     //cout<<"gandu"<<endl;     return 0; }  test.cpp:12:2: error: expected unqualified-id before ‘for’   for(int i = 0; i < ntc; i++)   ^~~ test.cpp:12:17: error: ‘i’ does not name a type   for(int i = 0; i < ntc; i++)              ^ test.cpp:12:26: error: ‘i’ does not name a type   for(int i = 0; i < ntc; i++) 

How to initialize a constant to an already existing object_id in postgresql table?

Is there a way assign a constant to existing sql entries?

For example, Sarah’s House is in houses.id = 2. Sarah exists in people.id = 1.

Exploring in Rails for the first time, I followed an assignment that had asked me to setup a simple project to model the relationships between people and houses. Each house would have an address and a person would belong to a house. You could check the residents of a house and see who lived there.

I added pry-rails to my gemfile in order to boot the rails console into pry, and from there initialized my people and house.

Unfortunately, I made a gaff and closed pry after I .save!’d. I queried the tables in a second terminal and did see that my people/house were stored in their respective tables.

When I do House.all I get something that looks like this:

  House Load (0.4ms)  SELECT "houses".* FROM "houses" => [#<House:0x00007fbe916496d0   id: 2,   address: "123 Main st.",   created_at: Fri, 03 May 2019 21:39:14 UTC +00:00,   updated_at: Fri, 03 May 2019 21:39:14 UTC +00:00>] 

I originally did the following in Pry:

 SarahsHouse = House.new(address: '123 Main St.') Sarah = Person.new(name: 'Sarah, house_id: 'SarahsHouse.id') SarahsHouse.save! Sarah.save!  

I’d hope to be able to tie Sarah and whomever else has an entry in the people table to a specific entry so I continue to test my models.

Failed to initialize GPU device #0: unknown error

Each time I run the fit method for keras model, I got “…loss: nan – val_loss: nan”

System configuration: windows 10 tensorflow 1.13.1 Keras 2.2.4

GPU settings: Type: NVIDIA GeForce 940MX Driver version: cuda toolkit file: cuda_10.0.130_411.31_win10.exe CUPTI file: cupti-win64-cuda10-1.0.7.zip cuDNN SDK file: cudnn-9.0-windows10-x64-v7.1.zip

Error details: Failed to initialize GPU device #0: unknown error

Unable to initialize external jQuery in Magento2

I would like to initialize intlTelInput for the country code column. I have done below,

in requirejs.config.js added below

var config = {     deps: [     "Ucs_Reson8/js/countryCode"   ],   paths: {     'intlTelInput': 'Ucs_Reson8/js/intlTelInput',   },   shim: {     'intlTelInput': {       deps: ['jquery'],       exports: 'jQuery.fn.intlTelInput',     }   }  }; 

Then in countryCode.js added below,

require([ 'jquery', 'intlTelInput', ], function($  ) {         console.log('sample function 1234567');         $  (window).load(function() {             jQuery("#country_code").intlTelInput({                 initialCountry: "ae",                 separateDialCode: true,                 preferredCountries: ["ae","bh","kw","om","qa","sa"],                 //onlyCountries: ["ae","bh","kw","om","qa","sa"],              });     });     }); 

But I am getting the error as below in the browser console.

TypeError: jQuery(…).intlTelInput is not a function

But in the page source I can see the utilsIntel.js

Facing difficulty in initialize i18next react component with fetch response data?

I am using i18next to do the internalization.

Default fetch request used to get a data from server and the language information available in response data. Based on language info the page has to be loaded with corresponding language

import i18n from 'i18next'; import { reactI18nextModule } from 'react-i18next'; import LanguageDetector from 'i18next-browser-languagedetector'; import translationEN from './locales/en/translation.json'; import translationDE from './locales/de/translation.json';  // the translations let language; function sendRequest(resources) {   console.log('resources', resources);   i18n     .use(reactI18nextModule) // passes i18n down to react-i18next     .init(       {         resources,         lng: language,         fallbackLng: 'en',         keySeparator: false, // we do not use keys in form messages.welcome          interpolation: {           escapeValue: false // react already safes from xss         }       },       function() {         fetch('http://localhost:3100/getLang')           .then(data => data.json())           .then(res => {             console.log(res);             language = res.lang;             i18n.changeLanguage(language, (err, t) => {               if (err)                 return console.log(                   'something went wrong loading the language',                   err                 );             });           });       }     );   return i18n; } function i18() {   const resources = {     en: {       translation: translationEN     },     de: {       translation: translationDE     }   };   return sendRequest(resources); } export default i18(); 

Language variable is undefined initially. For the very first time i18n init method setup with “fallbackLng” variable instead of “lng”. After that fetch request goes in callback of init method. That will have the response of language need to used. Then i18n changeLanguage method will help to change language.

I am just wondering how can i execute fetch request prior to i18n initialization. I don’t like the approach of initialize the i18next with some default language first and then moved to different language. When i tried to initialize i18n in then part of fetch request doesn’t works for me.

Is there any alternative way available to execute fetch request first and then setup i18n before exporting the component?

Thanks in advance for any suggestion!

Var app. ¿Es necesario colocar mi código dentro de var app ={ initialize: function() { }, … }

Alguien puede explicar como funciona y si es necesario usar ese modelo para mi app. Tengo unas 1500 (mil quinientas) lineas de código y tengo todo el código suelto dentro de mi index.js eso es una mala practica o podría traerme errores. Por otra parte como uso jquery no estoy usando document.addEventListener('deviceready', this.onDeviceReady, false); sino que uso $ .on Gracias por responder