How to repeat each() without page refresh

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How to repeat each() without page refresh
Tag : javascript , By : Paul Schwarz
Date : November 29 2020, 09:01 AM

I wish did fix the issue. I have below markup , Use setInterval instead of setTimeout.
var count=0;  // flag 
var len = $('.main li').length;  // Get the total length of the li to iterate the loop

    setInterval(function(){ // Execute a function in every 1 sec
        if(count === len){
            count = 0;  // Reset the flag to restart the loop
        $('.main').find(".myclass").removeClass("myclass");  // Before adding the class, first find it and remove the class
        $('.main li').eq(count).addClass("myclass"); // eq(count) gives the specific li children where we want the class to be added
    }, 1000);

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Refresh page repeat database transaction?

Tag : chash , By : Piotr Balas
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. You can try this. I used this in several project and working successfully.
 public bool IsRefreshed
            if (Convert.ToString(Session["RefreshTimeStamp"]) == Convert.ToString(ViewState["RefreshTimeStamp"]))
                Session["RefreshTimeStamp"] = HttpContext.Current.Server.UrlDecode(System.DateTime.Now.ToString());
                return false;
                return true;

protected override void OnPreRender(EventArgs e)
        ViewState["RefreshTimeStamp"] = Session["RefreshTimeStamp"];

protected override void OnLoad(EventArgs e)

        if (!Page.IsPostBack)
            Session["RefreshTimeStamp"] = HttpContext.Current.Server.UrlDecode(System.DateTime.Now.ToString());

Aggregate function duplicates items in ng-repeat on page refresh. Need to figure out how to stop the duplication. Angula

Tag : angularjs , By : kraszie
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue This seems to be just a case of taking an example too literally. You're ending up with duplicated output on each request because that is how the store where the results are coming from is scoped.
So instead of this:
'use strict';

var Bourbon = require('../../../models/bourbon'),
    Comment = require('../../../models/comment'),
    DataStore = require('nedb'),
    db = new DataStore(),          // <-- globally scoped in the module :(
    async = require('async');

module.exports = {
    description: 'Get Bourbons',
    notes: 'Get Bourbons',
    tags: ['bourbons'],
    handler: function(request, reply){

'use strict';

var Bourbon = require('../../../models/bourbon'),
    Comment = require('../../../models/comment'),
    DataStore = require('nedb'),
    async = require('async');

module.exports = {
    description: 'Get Bourbons',
    notes: 'Get Bourbons',
    tags: ['bourbons'],
    handler: function(request, reply){

        db = new DataStore();   // <--- Init store within request scope :)


Nested ng-repeat with groupBy on Page Load or refresh in Angular

Tag : javascript , By : CSCI GOIN KILL ME
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further I got some help coming this far. I just need to go one step further to achieve what I'm about. I'd like to group data by an attribute which currently gets passed by an ng-click action. I wish to have this done on page load or refresh. How can i achieve this from the code below? DO advice if there's a better way to achieve what i'm about. .
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/angularjs/1.2.23/angular.min.js"></script>
<html ng-app="Demo" ng-controller="DemoController">
    <meta charset="utf-8" />

        Grouping Nested ngRepeat Lists In AngularJS

        Grouping Nested ngRepeat Lists In AngularJS

        Group by:
        <a ng-click="groupBy( 'brandName' )">Brand Name</a> -
        <a ng-click="groupBy( 'hair' )">Hair</a>

    <!-- BEGIN: Outer ngRepeat. -->
    <div class="col s12" ng-repeat="group in groups" >
                                <ul class="collapsible popout" data-collapsible="accordion">
      <div class="collapsible-header">
      <a href="#">
                                <img ng-src="{{group.brandLogo}}" alt="" class="circle responsive-img activator card-profile-image2" onerror="this.src='../../assets/images/backgrounds/cj_avatar.jpg'">

      <p>Brand Name: {{ group.label }}</p>
      <div class="collapsible-body" ng-repeat="camp in group.camps">
      <ul class="collection">
      <li class="collection-item">
      <div class="row">
        <div class="col s4 m2 center-align">
        <div class="col s4 m3 center-align">
        <div class="col s4 m2 center-align">
        <div class="col s4 m1 center-align">
        <div class="col s4 m2 center-align">
        <div class="col s4 m2 right-align">
            <i class="material-icons ">insert_chart</i>
            <i class="material-icons">content_copy</i>
            <i class="material-icons ">delete_forever</i>
            <i class="material-icons">more_vert</i>


    <!-- END: Outer ngRepeat. -->

    <!-- Load jQuery and AngularJS from the CDN. -->

    <!-- Load the app module and its classes. -->
    <script type="text/javascript">
        // Define our AngularJS application module.
        var demo = angular.module( "Demo", [] );
        // -------------------------------------------------- //
        // -------------------------------------------------- //
        // I am the main controller for the application.
            function( $scope, $timeout ) {
                // -- Define Controller Methods. ------------ //
                // I sort the given collection on the given property.
                function sortOn( collection, brandName ) {
                        function( a, b ) {
                            if ( a[ brandName ] <= b[ brandName ] ) {
                                return( -1 );
                            return( 1 );
                // -- Define Scope Methods. ----------------- //
                // I group the friends list on the given property.
                $scope.groupBy = function( attribute ) {
                    // First, reset the groups.
                    $scope.groups = [];
                    // Now, sort the collection of friend on the
                    // grouping-property. This just makes it easier
                    // to split the collection.
                    sortOn( $scope.camps, attribute );
                    // I determine which group we are currently in.
                    var groupValue = "_INVALID_GROUP_VALUE_";
                    // As we loop over each friend, add it to the
                    // current group - we'll create a NEW group ever

                    // time we come across a new attribute value.
                    for ( var i = 0 ; i < $scope.camps.length ; i++ ) {
                        var camp = $scope.camps[ i ];
                        // Should we create a new group?
                        if ( camp[ attribute ] !== groupValue ) {
                            var group = {
                                label: camp[ attribute ],
                                camps: []
                            groupValue = group.label;
                            $scope.groups.push( group );
                        // Add the friend to the currently active
                        // grouping.
                        group.camps.push( camp );
                // -- Define Scope Variables. --------------- //
                // I am the raw collection of friends.
                $scope.camps = [
                    {brandLogo:"../../assets/images/brands/vodafone.jpg", brandName:"Vodafone", campID:032145, campName:"Y3 Twi Kor", campBudget:500, campHits:"7k", campDuration:"15 Days", campDesc:""},
                    {brandLogo:"../../assets/images/brands/vodafone.jpg", brandName:"Vodafone", campID:639885, campName:"X Bundle", campBudget:900, campHits:"6.2k", campDuration:"15 Days", campDesc:""},
    {brandLogo:"../../assets/images/brands/vodafone.jpg", brandName:"Vodafone", campID:857745, campName:"One Ghana", campBudget:1000, campHits:"9k", campDuration:"15 Days", campDesc:""},
    {brandLogo:"../../assets/images/brands/mtn.jpg", brandName:"MTN", campID:795554, campName:"Free Bonto", campBudget:1500, campHits:"8.1k", campDuration:"15 Days", campDesc:""},
    {brandLogo:"../../assets/images/brands/mtn.jpg", brandName:"MTN", campID:722957, campName:"Anajo Y3 D3", campBudget:650, campHits:"1.2k", campDuration:"15 Days", campDesc:""},
    {brandLogo:"../../assets/images/brands/mtn.jpg", brandName:"MTN", campID:769855, campName:"Y3n Ko Nkoa", campBudget:780, campHits:"6.4k", campDuration:"15 Days", campDesc:""},
    {brandLogo:"../../assets/images/brands/voltic.jpg", brandName:"Voltic", campID:742896, campName:"Drink for life", campBudget:7000, campHits:"3.8k", campDuration:"15 Days", campDesc:""},
    {brandLogo:"../../assets/images/brands/voltic.jpg", brandName:"Voltic", campID:087759, campName:"Pure as Spirit", campBudget:910, campHits:"1.7k", campDuration:"15 Days", campDesc:""},
    {brandLogo:"../../assets/images/brands/voltic.jpg", brandName:"Voltic", campID:085997, campName:" Nourish your thirst", campBudget:1200, campHits:"9.2k", campDuration:"15 Days", campDesc:""},
    {brandLogo:"../../assets/images/brands/voltic.jpg", brandName:"Voltic", campID:398745, campName:"Fountain of life", campBudget:9800, campHits:"8.5k", campDuration:"15 Days", campDesc:""},
    {brandLogo:"../../assets/images/brands/voltic.jpg", brandName:"Voltic", campID:297556, campName:" Spring of Youth", campBudget:250, campHits:"4k", campDuration:"15 Days", campDesc:""}

                // I am the grouped collection. Each one of these
                // will contain a sub-collection of friends.
                $scope.groups = [];


my command repeat with every refresh page in node js

Tag : node.js , By : afds
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you You are adding an additional event handler on every GET / request.
You only need to add the event handler once, outside of a http route. Think of it as the socketio equivalent of a route.
var io = require('socket.io')(server);

io.on('connection', function(socket){
  console.log('a user connected');
router.get('/', function(req, res, next) {
  res.render('test', { title: 'test' });

Code works, but not able to repeat without page refresh - jQuery

Tag : jquery , By : algoRhythm99
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
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