Flow Navigation With SwiftUI 4. Implementing the new NavigationStack… | by Nick McConnell | Jul, 2022

Implementing the new NavigationStack programmatically Having just revisited this navigation for SwiftUI 3 here, Apple has since rethought navigation with the new NavigationStack as part of the latest SwiftUI 4 release. This is great news… and covers most of my previous suggestions! Previously, NavigationView Required explicitly defining navigation “edges” and the use of multiple flags … Read more

How can I navigate to a nested stack screen in a sibling tab navigator while preserving its initial screen? (React Navigation)

The Code: I’m using React Navigation 6 with the following hierarchy: MainTabNavigator HomeStack HomeScreen (HomeStack initial screen, contains a “Pay” button) OtherScreen MembershipStack MembershipHomeScreen (MembershipStack initial screen) PayMembershipScreen (should always navigate back to MembershipHomeScreen) The App launches into HomeScreen (inside HomeStack), so the MembershipStack tab won’t be loaded yet. There is a “Pay” button inside … Read more

Jetpack Compose Navigation in a Multi-module Project | by Maxim Marashan | Jul, 2022

Organizing your Android codebase with Compose Navigation Photo by William Bout on Unsplash When I started the development of a new application I took advantage of the opportunity to make UI right on Jetpack Compose. As always, I had to solve the issue of choosing a multi-module architecture and a navigation mechanism. On the one … Read more

Fixing Problems of Jetpack Compose Navigation | by Vitaly Peryatin | Jul, 2022

Common pitfalls of navigation in Jetpack Compose and how we handled them Our team has been using Compose for six months in the Afterglow app. In this article, I would like to share the difficulties we have faced and present the solutions we have found. I found 3 of the most popular navigation solutions: Jetpack … Read more

android – Navigation bug with BottomNavigationView

Navigation from my BottomNavigationView isn’t working correctly and I’m stumped. When I first open the app, it works fine. I click a button in the BottomNavigationView and the corresponding fragment is displayed. I start seeing the bug after I navigate from fragment A to fragment B using a “go to fragment B” button on fragment … 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

android – Jetpack Compose. Navigation IllegalStateException

Getting this exception when I quickly switch between destinations (ie Bottom navigation: HomeScreen -> SettingsScreen -> HomeScreen). Navigation is implemented according to the example in the documentation and sampleApp. Perhaps this is a Jetpack Compose bug, since I did not find a similar error on the Internet. Screens: sealed class Screen( val route: String, @StringRes … Read more

jquery – Lightbox navigation between multiple galleries

I’d like to preface by saying that I have almost no experience with Javascript in general, I am just a hobbyist who learns through trial and error, so bear with me haha. I used a jQuery script to create a lightbox with navigation through images within one gallery. This is the original script.I’ve played around … Read more

javascript – React JS – Updating subcomponent select element dropdown’s selected value from another subcomponent navigation control’s driven state change

I stopped trying to bang my head against the wall and decided to post my question as I am in need of help to revolve why I can not update the select drop down on page navigation action (first, previous, next, last) for a set of records. My desired behavior in react will be to … Read more