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if someone is interedsted, i have finally found and chose mxGraph https://github.com/jgraph/mxgraph. it is: pros well documented pros free license pros good customized library for my purposes


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You definitely want Zealdocs. Offline documentation for a lot of programming languages Zealdocs


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Does Fabricjs help you? I believe that you would need to create event handlers for the "align" buttons to reposition the object (text or image) you want to manipulate.


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All of the above issues sound like they can be resolved with using Power BI. Power BI has come a long way and can now be embedded in PowerPoint files, plus you can view real time dashboards online via its web-based service (app.powerbi.com). Speaking from a professional perspective, I have 5+ years of experience in the field of analysis/reporting and have ...


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I suggest taking a look at the Open Source Plotly JavaScript library it is very flexible and powerful and includes stacked bar charts. An example from the online documentation: var trace1 = { x: ['giraffes', 'orangutans', 'monkeys'], y: [20, 14, 23], name: 'SF Zoo', type: 'bar' }; var trace2 = { x: ['giraffes', 'orangutans', 'monkeys'], y: [12,...


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Give a try to https://c3js.org/ c3.js based on d3.js and can easily be customize and implemented.


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LightningChart JS has RectangleSeries, which is made for these kind of custom stacking of bars, and even custom width for each.


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I recommend TinyMCE and NicEdit!


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You can accomplish what you want using the Firefox web browser with the uBlock Origin extension. Simply configure uBlock Origin to block all scripts, images, and remote fonts. You can also configure it to block all "large" media elements, and define exactly what you consider to be "large". Using these techniques, the amount of data you use will decrease ...


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find simply solution! on mail field insert: {$7}@{$3}.com this insert alphanumeric value on this specific field! or {#7}@{#3}.com to insert random number. but if i want only lower case a-z how to?


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Maybe just try watching a YouTube video on Python Tkinter or another Python GUI package. JavaScript is browser based and node.js is server-side JavaScript so they won't work. You could also use Java or .net, both have much more developed and mature offerings for Desktop apps over Python. There's a steeper learning curve with Java/.net than Python to get ...


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Have you checked the Awesome Self Hosted list? https://github.com/awesome-selfhosted/awesome-selfhosted I believe you can find something suitable under "Games" heading.


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I came to a conclusion. I have an AWS Lightsail server running a node stack and I used handlebars for templating. And then I have an AWS Lightsail server running a MEAN stack. The servers are very inexpensive, I am very comfortable with AWS, and it will be easy to expand. Posting here still helped. I have been going around in circles trying to figure ...


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Is there something wrong with the jslint CLI? Edit: The installation is very simple on Debian. The following commands assuming you are using apt as a package manager and that you are logged in as root. apt install nodejs npm install -g jslint


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With https://whereby.com/ you can provide video meetings in the browser. Your attendees just need to visit your custom link to whereby. You can also share your screen and for small teams (up to 4 attendees) it is gratis. This is not a code library but a software recommendation. Anyway, i hope this helps.


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You can use visualize javascript plugin such as AMCharts.js, D3.js, Chartjs to visualize your data but you need to have codding skills using javascript and use such libraries give you enough flexibility of choosing your chart that you want based on the business need, before that you should prepare solid part of code for reading the excel file then visualize ...


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The solution I did was: 1. Used Bootstrap 4.0 and MDBootstrap for making a card. 2. I printed an echo with php where it goes the background color class type of the card: <div class="card-subtitle narrower <?php echo($period1[0]) ?>"> I evaluated the variable $period1[0] before in PHP, for having the value of that variable as "bg-success", "bg-...


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PouchDB has a sync feature: https://pouchdb.com/guides/replication.html The diagram is similar to the one in the question: The PouchDB is a Javascript implementation of CouchDB which is API compatible with it. So you can use CouchDB on the server side and Pouch in the application itself and once the application comes online you can sync both. This is ...


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What I did was: Reading the actual server date and time in PHP. Make a CRUD with SQlite3 and PHP for accessing the Table. I use DATA TABLES from Bootstrap for presenting the table I pull the data to the table with a while in PHP. I reload the web page automatically every 15 minutes with a PHP command as explained here: Dynamic background color of an web ...


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Web components are reusable client-side elements made using native code or third-party libraries. Web components rely on one or more of these browser features: Custom Element, Shadow DOM, Template, HTML import and ES6 modules. Web component libraries which support Custom Element, Shadow DOM, Template, and ES modules are listed below. source Hybrids is ...


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Try WebStorm which one of the smartest JavaScript IDE


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Your best bet is probably to use tools which simulate keystrokes and mouse clicks, so that your script is indistinguishable from human physical input. Usually, such a tool also needs "visual recognition" to handle certain situations that arise. I'm not talking about CAPTCHA, which is still too difficult for any automation tools I'm aware of. The point is ...


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Full C and C++ IDE with Visual Studio Use Visual Studio 2019 to target Windows, Linux, Android, and iOS to create apps, games, and more, taking advantage of market-leading debugging and productivity tools to get work done quickly. There are a bunch more, if you Google, but this will get the job done (although Android Studio is still probably the best ...


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Chaining method calls is not a native JS thing, but if you like that coding style you might consider a library that drops in for jQuery but uses native calls as much as possible. The only one I know of is jBone, but it claims to be for backbone.js. I haven't used it, so I'm not sure if it will work stand-alone. The source is small though, so that could be a ...


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Firstly, I have a feeleing, that your language preference should not influence the choice of db much. However, you haven't specified other criteria, so I will follow the points about the java-prefernece and the multimedia-idea. You did not mention the purpose od your app, but you mention you would store multimedia. I have therefore a feeling that your ...


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Made a custom component inspired by cleartrip gallery https://github.com/aneeskodappana/cleartrip-gallery


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You can use compilers like CoffeeScript or Elm to do that.


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I would recommend Syncfusion JS libraries. It has very good charts, gauges, maps, and more than 60+ other controls as well, and the best part is you can get it for free if you are an individual developer or if your company is generating less than 1 million in revenue. If you are eligible you can get the community license and try it out. Chart demos: https:/...


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ReactXP is about sharing more view layer code between web and Android/iOS/Windows. From https://microsoft.github.io/reactxp/: XP means X-Platform. Share most of your code between the web, iOS, Android, and Windows. With React and React Native, your web app can share most its logic with your iOS and Android apps, but the view layer needs to be implemented ...


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