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Harry Manchanda
@IamManchanda
I solved it
Thanks for help @khaduch
Ken Haduch
@khaduch
@IamManchanda - you're welcome, and const z = y.filter( obj => x.includes(obj.slug) ); is what I came up with.
Harry Manchanda
@IamManchanda
oh i see :) ... that's better I guess ... let me try in my orignal code i am working on ... :)
oh yeah works the same :)
Gulsvi
@gulsvi
The one line from @khaduch will be faster than yours @IamManchanda because .includes() is quicker than .find(). The for...in loop I wrote above is faster than both.
Harry Manchanda
@IamManchanda
cool using that :)
Gulsvi
@gulsvi
But sometimes faster code means more lines :)
here, two lines lol
const z = [];
for (const key in y) if (y[key].slug == x[key]) z.push(y[key]);
Ken Haduch
@khaduch
@gulsvi - but your code only works if the alphabetical ordering of the x and y values is preserved? I guess that isn't stated in the "problem" - just going by the data as given, it works.
Gulsvi
@gulsvi
@khaduch Correct, could make a less efficient version if we can't guarantee x will be ordered as needed:
const z = [];
for (const key in y) if (x.includes(y[key].slug)) z.push(y[key]);
Esteban Borai
@estebanborai
@gulsvi are you looking for mapping the keys of an object?
Gulsvi
@gulsvi
Iam was looking more at filtering them into another array @estebanborai
Esteban Borai
@estebanborai
Object.keys({ foo: 'bar' });
Ken Haduch
@khaduch
@gulsvi - so how does the efficiency of your less efficient version compare to the .filter() method?
Gulsvi
@gulsvi
@khaduch I think it depends on the browser implementation of .filter() - in theory though a for loop + push would be similar to a .filter() at O(n). I don't know the auxiliary space complexity though - maybe uses more/less memory.
Esteban Borai
@estebanborai
Mmm
creator0323
@Amasian

Hello! I am currently working on FCC Twitch API project. I am trying to bring information of freecodecamp channel from Twitch server. I am using my own client ID i made for the purpose. But it seems that the server can not recognize my client ID. Is my URL format is wrong? Any advice will be appreciated :) thank you for your time and attention!

https://codepen.io/Amasian/pen/RyPeNx?editors=0010

Esteban Borai
@estebanborai
Like filter the keys of an object into another object but through object keys then filter then a new object with the filtered keys?
Esteban Borai
@estebanborai
@Amasian looks like you are not specifying the clientId
Maybe you should check the URL syntax
Michael S
@Ohshi60
In the "My Expertise" section, the font-awesome icons have a custom css rule "large-icon" that doesnt get applied. But in my local copy of the website it DOES work. Any pointers? https://codepen.io/ohshi/pen/vRPPmv
kyle-kauzlarich
@kyle-kauzlarich
@Ohshi60
adding .large-icon { font-size: 32px !important; got it running on codepen for me
creator0323
@Amasian
@estebanborai thank you for your reply!
Esteban Borai
@estebanborai
You welcome!
Michael S
@Ohshi60
@gulsvi Hmm, but that defeats the point of me having a large-icon class. And im still confused about why it works locally :smile:
Gulsvi
@gulsvi
@Ohshi60 My apologies, I should have looked closer. Codepen requires your <head> content to go in settings -> HTML -> stuff for <head>
Put all your <head> content in there and it will work the same as it does for you locally
Esteban Borai
@estebanborai
@Ohshi60 maybe is your FA version.
Michael S
@Ohshi60
@gulsvi That did it, and no need to apologize. I appreciate it.
Gulsvi
@gulsvi
Glad it helped!
Michael S
@Ohshi60
Last thing i want to fix is the horizontal scroll. I have wrapped my body in a container class, which i thought i did to prevent this issue?
Michael S
@Ohshi60
I found the issue, i have to wrap my rows in either container or container-fluid for it to work properly
roxxlen
@roxxlen
@keyframes slide-in-out{
  0%{
    transform: translateY(0);
    opacity: 1;
  }
  40%{
    transform: translateY(-50%);
    opacity: 1;
  }
  60%{
    transform: translateY(0);
    opacity: 1;
  }
  90%{
    transform: translateY(100%);
    opacity: 0;
  }
  100%{
    transform: translateY(200%);
    opacity: 0;
  }
}
what does it mean?
LydaTech
@lydatech
@roxxlen its a css animation
roxxlen
@roxxlen
[ spot ] [ down 50% ] [ spot ] [ bottom/transparent ] [ out of bundary/transparent ]
is that the routine ?
LydaTech
@lydatech
roxxlen
@roxxlen
@lydatech thanks, now i know it's
percentage of time
why
.stream-game,
      .stream-stats
they are not working
the animation
Helio Goncalves
@srlhyo
anyone uses meteor here?
I am running through a massive problem.
Michael Cordero
@CyberPutty
hey anyone know d3 and svg?
I'm having issues rotating the y axis label which is a text element