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How to separate the different properties of filter in css?


How to separate the different properties of filter in css?

By : user3100004
Date : January 11 2021, 05:14 PM
I wish this help you I am making a monopoly board in which each block is an element. I need to make the blocks dull and bright based on different conditions. To change brightness I use filter property. The brightness will be changed dynamically so I need to change style.filter. , Use CSS variables:
code :
document.querySelector('#test').style.setProperty("--b", "0.2");
div#test{
  height:100px;
  width:100px;
  border:2px solid;
  background:orange;
  filter:drop-shadow(2px 4px 6px black) brightness(var(--b,1)) blur(2px);
  
}
<div id="test"></div>


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Best practices on how to separate run time properties from other properties in class

Best practices on how to separate run time properties from other properties in class


By : user3360930
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue Looking at the example now added I would say that you should move those out, and instead use encapsulation - i.e. A TrainJourney class that has the "runtime" properties (that really isn't the right term here) and a reference to a Train instance that is your data entity.
Adding extra properties (commonly in a partial class) to a data entity is OK as long as they tie directly to the data entity. This typically means calculated values, deferred/cached values, interpretations (IsOpen rather than Status==Status.Open etc).
IE5.5 Filters - why is filter: gradient(properties) not available, while filter: alpha(properties) is?

IE5.5 Filters - why is filter: gradient(properties) not available, while filter: alpha(properties) is?


By : user3614561
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need The whole filter style is proprietary to Microsoft and IE, and has never been subject to any kind of external standardisation process.
Therefore the choice of syntax and what is supported or not is entirely down to the whims of Microsoft.
AngularJS Filter: Filter the objects with unique ID into separate Object

AngularJS Filter: Filter the objects with unique ID into separate Object


By : Nitsuga Bangan Agust
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue I cannot use Plunker at the moment for a demo (GitHub signin problem)
EDIT: I created a JSBIN for a live demo: http://jsbin.com/uzUtifi/1/edit?html,js,output
code :
 $scope.keyToDisplay = 'home';
<h2 ng-repeat="data in Maindata | filter:{'key':keyToDisplay}" >
    {{data.key}}
    <div ng-repeat="">{{data.value}}</div>
</h2>
var data = [
    {key:"home",value:"hk1"},
    {key:"home",value:"hk2"},
    {key:"home",value:"hk3"},
    {key:"home",value:"hk4"},
    {key:"product",value:"pk1"},
    {key:"product",value:"hk2"},
    {key:"product",value:"hk3"},
    {key:"product",value:"hk4"},
    {key:"service",value:"sk1"},
    {key:"service",value:"hk2"},
    {key:"service",value:"hk3"},
    {key:"service",value:"hk4"},
];

$scope.filteredData = _.groupBy(data, 'key');
{
    "home": [
        {key:"home",value:"hk1"},
        {key:"home",value:"hk2"},
        {key:"home",value:"hk3"},
        {key:"home",value:"hk4"}
    ],
    "product": [
        {key:"product",value:"pk1"},
        {key:"product",value:"hk2"},
        {key:"product",value:"hk3"},
        {key:"product",value:"hk4"}
    ],
    "service": [
        {key:"service",value:"sk1"},
        {key:"service",value:"hk2"},
        {key:"service",value:"hk3"},
        {key:"service",value:"hk4"},
    ]
};
<h2 ng-repeat="data in filteredData.home">
    {{data.key}}
    <div ng-repeat="">{{data.value}}</div>
</h2>
Angular Filter with | filter{datatype:object.properties} is not seeing any data when adding this filter

Angular Filter with | filter{datatype:object.properties} is not seeing any data when adding this filter


By : user6611908
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue Actually for what as you said in comments that you want to show first dropdown only for UtilityType and then based on selected Utility Type you want to show another dropdown having values of Utilitylist based on selected type.
Here is the code :
code :
<div ng-controller="MyCtrl">
<div class="container-fluid">
    <form>
    <div >
        Select Utility Type
        </div>
        <select id="type" name="Type" class="form-control" required ng-model="selectedType">
            <option ng-repeat="type in detail.utilityType " ng-value="type.type">{{type.type}}</option>
        </select>
        <div ng-if="selectedType">
        Selected Type is : {{selectedType}}
        </div>
        <br>
        <div ng-if="selectedType">
        Select Utility List
        </div>
        <select id="list" name="List" class="form-control" required ng-if="selectedType" ng-model="selectedutility">
            <option ng-repeat="utility in detail.utilityList| filter:{type:selectedType}" ng-value="utility.name">{{utility.name}}</option>
        </select>

    </form>
</div>
TypeScript: How to filter data that is in a separate component to the filter function

TypeScript: How to filter data that is in a separate component to the filter function


By : user3631397
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you The way to handle this type of cross-component communication in React is through state management. And one of the simplest ways to do this is by lifting state to a parent component. The parent component holds the state, and shares it with it's children as necessary. When the state changes, the component is re-rendered, and the new state is passed to the child components, who then re-render as well.
A simple example of a parent component could look like this.
code :
function ParentComponent(){
  [records, setRecords] = useState(profiles);

  const filterRecords = (filterString) => {
    const filtered = _.filter(records, r => r.name.indexOf(filterString) >= 0);
    setRecords(filtered);  //This will trigger a re-render
  }

  return (
    <table>
      <TableHeader onFilter={filterRecords} />
      <TableBody records={records} />
    </table>
  );
}
function TableHeader({onFilter}){
  return (
    <thead>
      <tr>
        <td>
          <button onClick={() => onFilter("billy")}>Filter Me</button>
        </td>
      </tr>
    </thead>
  );
}
function TableBody({records}){
  return (
    <tbody>
        {_.map(records, record => <tr><td>{record.name}</td></tr>)}          
    </tbody>
  );
}
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