[CloudJiffy] – Cloud Made Simple! – India , USA , Germany | WordPress and Magento Cluster


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I am Nikhil from Leapswitch Networks ( providing Cloud and Hosting since 2006! )

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7 – Simple admin control to control views field visibility

I have a website showing the work of several artists. Each artist has their own page (they can login and edit their page). The page is generated by a Drupal View of type User. Each year there is a special event where each artist can choose to display an icon to indicate if their studio is open to the public. When the event is over I want the admin user to be able to hide all icons without editing each individual artist’s page. The admin user needs to have a simple control (they are not technical enough to be able to modify the drupal view settings).

I though one way to do this would be to have a checkbox in a block or something (the admin user would toggle this checkbox as required). Then in a Global-PHP field in a view, I would access this control to hide or display the field showing the icon. I can manage the CSS and the PHP and have used Views and Global-PHP fields before but I get confused with Views relationships.

To be clear, the control only has one value across all users. Any admin user can change it, and it controls the view for all artists.

8 – I need to create a simple block to display the latest added article title from a custom form module

I created a module that allows users to create a new Article node from a title and body content. I need to display the title of that node in a block.

How can I achieve this?

The following is the code I am using for the form that allows users to create the node.


namespace Drupalexform1Form;

use DrupalCoreFormFormBase;
use DrupalCoreFormFormStateInterface;
use DrupalnodeEntityNode;

class SimpleCustomForm extends FormBase {

  public function getFormId() {
    return 'simple_custom_form';
  }

  public function buildForm(array $form, FormStateInterface $form_state, $username = NULL) {
    $form('title') = (
      '#type' => 'textfield',
      '#title' => 'Title:',
      '#required' => TRUE,
    );

    $form('body') = (
      '#type' => 'textfield',
      '#title' => 'Body:',
      '#required' => TRUE,
    );
  
    $form('submit') = (
      '#type' => 'submit',
      '#value' => t('Create node'),
    );

    return $form;
  }

  public function submitForm(array &$form, FormStateInterface $form_state) {
    $values = (
      'nid' => NULL,
      'type' => 'article',
      'title' => $form_state->getValue('title'),
      'body' => $form_state->getValue('body'),
      'uid' => 1,
      'status' => TRUE,
    );

    entity_create('node', $values)->save();
    drupal_set_message(t('Created new node'));
  }

}

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graphics – ImplicitRegion does not work in simple case

Why doesn’t this work: RegionPlot[ImplicitRegion[1 == 0.2 x + 0.5 y, {x, y}]], while this, which is almost the same works: RegionPlot[ImplicitRegion[1 == 0.2 x + y, {x, y}]]?

I cannot discover a general rule, but sometimes ImplicitRegion does not work in the simplest linear cases. E.g. this also doesn’t work: RegionPlot[ImplicitRegion[10 - 2 x - 5 y == 0, {x, y}]], but replace the 10 with 1 and it works again.

Simple C++ Graphics Library similar to Javascript Canvas?

I’ve been, up until now, programming browser based games with Javascript and HTML. I learned C++ and would like to begin development for a game using C++, but I don’t want to use a game engine. I’m looking for a simple graphics library that’s similar to the Javascript canvas (example below), but for C++. If you don’t know of one, but know of a super easy-to-use lib for beginners, that’d be great too.

//to draw a red square
graphics.fillStyle = "red";
graphics.fillRect(0, 0, 25, 25)

The first two 0s above are the starting X and Y of the square, and the 25s are the width and height. Thanks in advance!

data – Flatten simple list

I know this is probably a very silly question but I am trying to get {x,y,z,p} to be x,y,z,p.

For this I am using Flatten in this way:

Flatten({x, y,z,p})
Flatten @@@ {x, y,z,p}

but it does not work. How can I do this?

NOTE: What I want to do is the following:

Give a list such as:

list={36.3019, 36.9458, 37.983, 38.9583, 39.2301, 40.0107};

I want to add four numbers (30.40.50,60) into the 4 position such:

Insert(List, Flatten({30, 40, 50, 60}), 4)

The problem I am having is that these numbers are not flatten and I get: {36.3019, 36.9458, 37.983, {30, 40, 50, 60}, 38.9583, 39.2301, 40.0107}

Is there any API service that converts a CSV file (inside url) to a simple table on a webpage so I can call an API to take a screenshot of this page?

I have a URL that when I open, downloads a CSV file to my computer.

But instead of downloading it to my computer, I would like a service where I would put the URL and it would convert this file to a page with the online table.

Because from this online table I’m going to use an API (https://screenshotlayer.com/documentation) to take a screenshot of the page, which in this case would be a screenshot of the table containing all the data in this CSV file.

Does this service exist?

Note: The option to use Google App Script to convert the CSV into a table and publish this table as a page does not solve my problem, because the page created i need to scroll the screen manually for the new data to appear, so when the API takes the screenshot , only a part of the table appears.

characters – Counting the number of generating triples of various types in finite simple groups

I am trying to figure out how specific generating triples in finite simple groups are calculated. My understanding is that it uses Frobenius’s formula and character theory. I’m not an expert on either.

If I were to take the Mathieu group $H=M_{11}$ for example, then I can calculate its order, not sure about its exponent, but then I have read that Frobenius’s formula and the character table show that there are

$$2^{6}times3^{3}times5^{2}times11 = 20|H| = 20|Aut H|$$

triples of type $(3, 8, 11)$ in $H$.

How is this result obtained and can I use GAP to help with the process?

Thanks