How to create tooltip over text selection without wrapping?

How to create tooltip over text selection without wrapping?

My end goal is to create a tooltip over a text selection. The user will then be able to interact with the tooltip similar to . Please note that I was able to accomplish this by wrapping selected text in a tag and then creating the tooltip

Using sockets in Swift like in Java

Using sockets in Swift like in Java

If I wanted to connect to a server, in Java I would open a Socket and initialize it with port and host address, then retrieve the input/output streams and read/write whatever I want.In Swift I'm having hard time doing so since it's not buil

How to POST the data from a modal form of bootstrap?

How to POST the data from a modal form of bootstrap?

I have a page using a modal to get the users email and I want to add it to a list of subscribers(which is a django model). Here is the modal code for that: X Subscribe to Status Notifications I tried to look in the

Strange code in jQuery sources: var !== var ? x : y;

Strange code in jQuery sources: var !== var ? x : y;

Recently I found one weird line in the jQuery sources (last version 1.9.1, Sizzle package, line 129 funescape function):funescape = function( _, escaped ) { var high = "0x" + escaped - 0x10000; // NaN means non-codepoint return hig

How can I draw a bezier curve using Python's PIL?

How can I draw a bezier curve using Python's PIL?

I'm using Python's Imaging Library and I would like to draw some bezier curves.I guess I could calculate pixel by pixel but I'm hoping there is something simpler. 1:A bezier curve isn't that hard to draw yourself. Given three points A, B

how to set a background image as colorWithPatternImage in swift

how to set a background image as colorWithPatternImage in swift

My questions is, is it possible to have a UIView display an image, and if so, how so I do it? All I can find is the colorwithpatternImage which no longer works with swift. The code I am trying to use now is: self.view.backgroundColor = [UIC

Spring MVC REST is not JAX-RS compliant. Does it matter? [closed]

Spring MVC REST is not JAX-RS compliant. Does it matter? [closed]

I've had good experience with Spring MVC REST with a couple of solid projects delivered. My question is about JAX-RS compliance. Does it matter because Spring is here to stay and I don't foresee (nor have a reason to) having to move away f

View stored procedure/function definition in MySQL

View stored procedure/function definition in MySQL

What is the MySQL command to view the definition of a stored procedure or function, similar to sp_helptext in Microsoft SQL Server?I know that SHOW PROCEDURE STATUS will display the list of the procedures available. I need to see a single p

What does the [[carries_dependency]] attribute mean?

What does the [[carries_dependency]] attribute mean?

Can someone explain it in a language that mere mortals understand? 1:[[carries_dependency]] is used to allow dependencies to be carried across function calls. This potentially allows the compiler to generate better code when used with st

Strange behavior for Map, parseInt [duplicate]

Strange behavior for Map, parseInt [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: javascript - Array.map and parseInt I saw this example of strange JavaScript behavior on twitter['10','10','10','10','10'].map(parseInt)evaluates to[10, NaN, 2, 3, 4]could somebody explain this behavior? I verified it

SCTP Multihoming

SCTP Multihoming

I've been developing this simple client - server application with C where the client is just sending random data to the server and the server just listens to what the client sends. The protocol I'm using is SCTP and I'm interested on how to

What is the best way to pass resolved promise values down to a final “then” chain [duplicate]

What is the best way to pass resolved promise values down to a final “then” chain [duplicate]

This question already has an answer here: How do I access previous promise results in a .then() chain? 15 answers I'm trying to get my head around prom

JWT (Json Web Token) Audience “aud” versus Client_Id - What's the difference?

JWT (Json Web Token) Audience “aud” versus Client_Id - What's the difference?

I'm working on implementing OAuth 2.0 JWT access_token in my authentication server. But, I'm not clear on what the differences are between the JWT "aud" claim and the client_id http header value. Are they the same? If not, can you explai

How to specify names of columns for x and y when joining in dplyr?

How to specify names of columns for x and y when joining in dplyr?

I have two data frames that I want to join using dplyr. One is a data frame containing first names.test_data The other data frame contains a cleaned up version of the Kantrowitz names corpus, identifying gender. Here is a minimal example:ka

Get current language with angular-translate

Get current language with angular-translate

Is there a way to get the current used language in a controller (without $translateProvider)?Couldn't find anything in the $translate service. 1:$translate.use() is a getter and setter.See this demo found in links of docs:http://jsfiddle

Using Sessions vs Tokens for API authentication

Using Sessions vs Tokens for API authentication

I have built a simple test API for a CakePHP application that will let a user login from a mobile device (or any device for that matter) and get a JSON response. This API could be used for a mobile app built in PhoneGap.The login method loo

unix - count of columns in file

unix - count of columns in file

Given a file with data like this (i.e. stores.dat file)sid|storeNo|latitude|longitude2|1|-28.03720000|153.429216709|2|-33.85090000|151.03274200What would be a command to output the number of column names?i.e. In the example above it would b

Go Error Handling Techniques

Go Error Handling Techniques

I'm just getting started with Go. My code is starting to have a lot of this: if err != nil { //handle err }or this if err := rows.Scan(&some_column); err != nil { //handle err }Are there some good idioms/strategies/best-prac

CodeRush Tricks of the Trade [closed]

CodeRush Tricks of the Trade [closed]

I was using CodeRush quite while ago and now I'm planning to use it again. I've installed the trial but I forgot all the cool features except Alt + Home (drop a marker). And when you don't know some cool tricks it's really like burning mone

Getting pids from ps -ef |grep keyword

Getting pids from ps -ef |grep keyword

I want to use ps -ef | grep "keyword" to determine the pid of a daemon process (there is a unique string in output of ps -ef in it).I can kill the process with pkill keyword is there any command that returns the pid instead of killing it? (

Determine what attributes were changed in Rails after_save callback?

Determine what attributes were changed in Rails after_save callback?

I'm setting up an after_save callback in my model observer to send a notification only if the model's published attribute was changed from false to true. Since methods such as changed? are only useful before the model is saved, the way I'm

Securing REST API using custom tokens (stateless, no UI, no cookies, no basic authentication, no OAu

Securing REST API using custom tokens (stateless, no UI, no cookies, no basic authentication, no OAu

There are lots of guidelines, sample codes that show how to secure REST API with Spring Security, but most of them assume a web client and talk about login page, redirection, using cookie, etc. May be even a simple filter that checks for th

skip to next value of loop upon error in R [tryCatch]

skip to next value of loop upon error in R [tryCatch]

I've read a few other SO questions about tryCatch and cuzzins, as well as the documentation:Exception handling in Rcatching an error and then branching logicHow can I check whether a function call results in a warning?Problems with Plots in

Well designed query commands and/or specifications

Well designed query commands and/or specifications

I've been searching for quite some time for a good solution to the problems presented by the typical Repository pattern (growing list of methods for specialized queries, etc.. see: http://ayende.com/blog/3955/repository-is-the-new-singleton

How many processes are forked here

How many processes are forked here

I know that it might come as a stupid question but could anyone help me understand the behavior of the following code snippet//label 0int main(){ fork();//label 1 fork();//label 2 fork();//label 3 return 0;}As far as I understand, the p