Is there any way to check a image size before uploading in react native?

I am currently using image picker and image manipulator in my project for uploading and compressing the image. But I want to show user that he cannot upload image greater than any particular size(let’…

image is not show in img tag when upload it again

I use the following method to upload an image and display it in an img tag. Another button is used to delete that image. Upload and delete are working well, but the problem is when I want to upload an …

Move an image after (x) seconds

Im trying to make an image move to a random spot on the webpage after 5 seconds so far I have this: var image = document.getElementById(‘image’); var position = 0; var timing = setInterval(timing, …

Image max height and max width while preserving aspect ratio

Is it possible to give max-height and max-width to an image while preserving aspect ratio without using js? For example, I want an image to be with a height of 38px and the width auto. If the width is …

How do I show png images based on their names in javascript?

I have a folder with png images and several other types of files. I only want to display the png images in the order of their names, how can I do that? All images end in a number; for example, each …

OnClick thumbnails – load image

I have a simple image gallery of about 25-30 photos with a thumbnails strip What i want is to load only the image that i click the thumbnail for not to wait until all the 25-30 photos are loaded because it slows down my website. Any ideas how to do that? Answer First, put all 25-30 photos on the page in a way that won’t load them; the simplest way is to give them a CSS style of display:none. Then, put all your thumbnails on the page, and add jQuery logic like: $(‘.thumbnail’).on(‘click’, function() {…. The click handling function can

Require non-static image in React Native

I have a special folder with images in my React Native application. Path to these pictures is stored in the special object that is passed as prop to the Card component. So, I can’t use require, because it uses only static path string. How can I use load these images from my props? There is my try: Answer As your images are local better create a json object by requiring the images like below And you can set the url like below

Find remaining indexes and storing them as values

I’m making a small game. You have to find the ball under a randomized cup. First the images are stored in a nodeList. Then the winning cup is calculated randomly from the length of the nodeList. My problem: After the random value for winningCup has been calculated I don’t know how to find the other two indexes from the ‘images’ nodeList. How can I calculate for two values that AREN’T the randomized winningCup’s value? My thought was to issue some kind of check, but I’m not sure what to check for. My goal for this is to have the two

Vue.js assets file path when using v-for

I’ve just started using Vue.js, it’s simple enough accessing the assets folder when loading a static img such as my logo: however, I’m using v-for to create several list items using sample data, this is my template: and this is the sample data declared within the same .vue file: My problem is that the imgs all 404 which seems weird since the same path works on static imgs. If I use an absolute path such as this it works Having looked through the documentation I found this https://vuejs-templates.github.io/webpack/static.html Which might explain it but I’ve tried each method suggested without any

Easiest way to get list of files in the server directory

I need to get array of all images (or simply of all files) in directory (e.g. www.example.com/images/). I prefer to use JavaScript but it’s hard to make. So should I use PHP, meybe? Could you please …