How and Where to Handle Exceptions While Maintaining a Great API | by Stuff from Cello | Aug, 2022

Why I prefer the exception-less approach via the Result pattern Exception handling is not easy. It can be done in the wrong places, it can be done the wrong way, and it can even be forgotten completely. The best we can do to help our fellow developers with that problem is to design our API … Read more

8 Simple Steps To Handle Conflicts Like a Leader | by Pooya Amini | Aug, 2022

And getting the most out of your teams Photo by KTStock on iStockPhoto In both our work and personal lives, conflicts are inevitable. Some common sources of conflict include opposing positions or views, competitive tensions amongst colleagues, or even jealousy. Power struggles, ego, pride, performance inconsistencies, and compensation issues are also areas where conflict can … Read more

Detect and Handle Collisions in a RealityKit Scene Across Different Entities in iOS | by Anupam Chugh

RealityKit on iOS, part 2 — applying collision events Drawn by DALL-E This is the second part of my series of articles covering the ins and outs of RealityKit, which started here. If you didn’t get a chance to give the part 1 a look, we explored the basics of the RealityKit framework — the … Read more

Use Workflow to Handle Distributed Transactions | by dtm | Jul, 2022

Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash In the world of microservices, a transaction is now distributed to multiple services that are called in a sequence to complete the entire transaction. With the advent of microservice architecture, we are losing the ACID nature of databases. Transactions may now span multiple microservices and, therefore, databases. To address … Read more

flutter – how to properly handle list of TextEditingController for a five TextFormField generated by the loop used by listview.builder?

I’m having a future list to work with the listview.builder. I have another list List<QuizQuestion> listofquizquestionsforquiz=GlobalParams.quizmodel.quizQuestions; for listofquizquestionsforquiz I want every item in the list of TextEditingController to handle the corresponding TextFormField, meaning for controllers[0] I want it to be attached and work with the first TextFormField the Listview.builder generates, then the second textedintingcontroller to … Read more

android – Jetpack Compose Navigation: How to handle backstack in multi-graph app?

I have two graphs in my app. One is AuthNavGraph which contains auth-related screens like login and signup, and the other is MainNavGraphwhich contains BottomNavigationViewwith top-level destinations. Here are my destinations : interface RubiBrandsNavigationDestination { val route: String } sealed class Destination( override val route: String, val arguments: List<NamedNavArgument> = emptyList() ) : RubiBrandsNavigationDestination { … Read more

Dealing With Slow SQL Queries? Let the “EXPLAIN” Statement Handle It | by Max | Jun, 2022

Understand EXPLAIN query plans (part 1 of 2) Photo by Markus Winkler on Unsplash Have you ever had a slow-running SQL query but you weren’t sure where to even start looking for optimizations? If only there was some way to pinpoint exactly which parts of your query were causing the whole thing to run slow, … Read more

android – how to handle click event for each item in recyclerview child in nested recyclerview

I have a nested recyclerview to show the list of foods in each category. When the user clicks the increase or decrease button, the quantity will be updated to the quantity textview and synced to the cart stored in the database, but currently I don’t know how to listen for the event when the user … Read more

Rendering a sprite in directx9

Rendering a sprite in directx9 Here a basic code for rendering a sprite in a window but it doesn’t work, could you help me? Code: #include <windows.h> #include <d3d9.h> #include <D3dx9math.h> … Read more