What are the best practices for CRUD components on the web app while performing a huge amount of data?

Could you share with me any tips and good practices in the area of designing CRUD components on the web-app?
The case is not only about the buttons what is quite easy to google/decide but I mean also the structure of the page where is performing lots of internal data (eg. list)

mac appstore – Circumvent the App Store to install Fortnite on Mac?

Is there another way besides the Mac App Store to get Fortnite installed?

While I haven’t played it yet, I am interested in trying it. I understand it is free to play, and items like player skins can be bought in-game. So I’m wondering why Epic needed Apple’s App Store distribution channel to begin with, but is it available for download by other means (maybe Steam, .dmg download, etc)?

Sorry if I’m asking something obvious to most gamers here. I didn’t see a way to download an installer from Epic’s site. Thanks.

sierra – The app store download could not start because it has already been downloaded too many times

I wanted to reinstall mac on my Apple Macbook Air 2017.

I restarted my Mac while holding down Command+R and Erased the disk in “Disk Utility”.

I clicked on “Reinstall macOS” but I was having some internet issues yesterday so it failed a couple of times. I tried again and again but it was failing.

My internet is fixed today but I’m going back to the same section “Reinstall macOS” but it shows me an error:

“The app store download could not start because it has already been downloaded too many times”

Is there any way to download the original factory version of Mac or to fix this problem so that I can download it again from the internet.

I saw many options which suggest creating a bootable USB drive but unfortunately, I don’t have access to any other mac system.

video – Timelapse App with Image Sequence

Does anyone know a good timelapse app for Android, but one which records an actual image sequence, not a compressed video? (like Hyperlapse, Framelapse, and similar apps do)

So far I have only found Camera FV-5 to have this option, however, it’s just bugging on my phone (Nokia 6.1, Android 10) and won’t record a single image.

Thanks in advance!

appsec – Remote debugging android app from another computer on different network

Is is it possible for Android development to remote debug an app from another network?
I am not talking about WebView/Web Pages debugging but as stated here, as this page talks about remote debugging a WebView or web pages opened in any app and also I don’t think it will work on if device and computer are on different networks.

My scenario is that if Device A is connected to Computer A on Wifi A and I want to debug the app running on Device A from Computer B on Wifi B.

There is option to connect your device using the ADB wireless debugging using TCP-IP, but that requires the Device and Computer to be on the same network, but in my case device and computer are on another network.

Where is the trash that the stock camera/photos app moves to?

In Android 10, if you take a photo with the stock camera/photos app (which identifies itself as either “Camera” or “Photos” in the app switcher┬╣) and then view it afterwards, one of the “buttons” is a trash can. If you tap it, the phone prompts you with,

Move to trash? It will be removed from all folders.
(Trashcan) Move to trash

Where is the “trash” that this is being moved to, and how do I access it?

(The device is a Pixel 3a purchased directly from Google, so it should be free of the sort of junk many carriers load onto phones.)

┬╣The app whose icon is:

batch file – How to kill a App once GPU Usage is below set Threshold using a given GPU? per nvidia-smi in Windows in a batchfile, help would be nice

would love to know how to integrate GPU Threshold once reached for example bellow 10% Usage for the Program/App to exit and if possible in a batch file , ive tried with a mix of cpu+memory threshold but that dont always work proper in all Apps , so i thought gpu threshold would solve this since its pretty definite at times unlike cpu+memory thresholds which can vary greatly sometimes , heres a batch example for the cpu+memory threshold that needs a gpu threshold included>

@echo OFF
::========= Set cpuThreshold (%) and memThreshold (according to displayed 
value in Cmd window) =========
set /a cpuThreshold=10        & set /a memThreshold=450000        
::initialize vars                            and set process_name:
set /a low=0 & setlocal enableDelayedExpansion & set 
set pn=%process_name:.exe=%
::Launch the App
start "" "Folding.exe"
::Get NumberOfCores
for /f "tokens=*" %%f in ('wmic cpu get NumberOfCores /value ^| find "="') do 
set %%f
set /a process_snapshot=0 & set /a memUsg=0
for /f skip^=2^ tokens^=3^ delims^=^" %%p in (
'typeperf "Process(%pn%)%% Processor Time" -sc 1') do for /f "tokens=1 
 delims=." %%a in (
"%%p") do set /a process_snapshot=%%a/%NumberOfCores%
if %process_snapshot% LSS %cpuThreshold% (set /a low+=1) else (set /a low=0)
for /f "tokens=5" %%p in (
'tasklist ^|findstr %process_name%') do for /f "tokens=1,2,3 delims=." %%a in 
("%%p") do set /a memUsg=%%a%%b%%c/1000
if %memUsg% lss %memThreshold% (set /a low+=1) else (set /a low=0)
::echo feedback
@echo process_snapshot: %process_snapshot%, memUsage: %memUsg%;    
LowCpuAndMem: %low%
::12 checks (Cpu & Mem) times 3 sec timeout plus processing delay yields ca 
if %low% GEQ 12 taskkill /F /T /IM %process_name% & goto RUNNING
timeout /t 3
tasklist|findstr %process_name% > nul && GOTO CheckCpuAndMem
exit /b
timeout /t 1

google play store – What determines game or app differences of availability between countries?

There is a particular game which is in beta release in on country, in my country it is possible to register on a waiting list and in South America it just says “not available in your country”. Is there a general explanation why the availability is different between different countries? Is it for marketing and purchase power adjustments or some other reason?

database design – best data format and storage thinking for new app

I’ll start with familiar apology for what might be a long-ish question, and possibly for not being the best forum .. but not for lack of looking …

I wonder if I might get an opinion from some clever folk about how best to think about the data structure of a web app that I have prototyped.

It’s a reporting app where any user might generate say 5 – 50 reports within one project, and may have any number of projects over membership lifetime, but let’s guess at less than a hundred.

Each report has loosely 100 – 5000 line items, which are very simple, but grouped into a hierarchy that looks something like:
report > level > section > subsection > lineItem

The app itself is ‘relatively’ simple and allows the user to navigate around the report between various datagrids, editing certain line items or batch editing sections of line items etc.

I’m very familiar with php/mysql/laravel, so this is what I’ve used to prototype. However, in order to get this up and running, I have one JSON field in mySQL that basically holds the entire report. And the format is hierarchical, so {report: levels:(sections: lineItems: ()) ….}
(that’s probably not the best way of illustrating that, but you get the idea)

In the browser, the app simply grabs ALL this data, and then (using Vue) can zip around various custom grids doing whatver they need to do. I have a crude auto-saving thing that measures activity and then saves the whole darn lot back to the database (XHR in the background) to be overridden. Could be – say – 300kb a go.

The problem I have is that this works very well from a user-perspective, it’s obviously very zippy, no page reloads, and the client is very happy with the prototype. (okay, so not the worst problem to have)

However, I know very well that this isn’t great, and there must be a better (more accepted) methodology for structuring this.

But, if I go down a more ‘traditional’ route, and have a relational DB with a ‘line_items’ table, with each LI belonging to various things above it, this will quickly run to millions of lines … and there’s no massive relational benefit for linking the data from different reports, it’s all quite self-contained really. Also the DB will then be plucking thousands of lineItems from an enormous table full of every users’ data … just doesn’t feel right.

So I’ve thought about NoSQL, as it might appear that each report is much it’s own ‘document’. Howver, I don’t think this plays too well with Laravel, and I would still have other questions, such as: is it better to flatten this out into a great big list of lineItems, and store the ‘belonging’ of upper levels within, e.g. lineItem-{section: “foo”, subsection: “bar”, someData:”baz”}

One of the beneficial side-effects I have at the moment is that I don’t actually concern myself in any way with unique IDs or -in fact – any keys at all, I just grab the whole JSON object, the user manipulates it ‘as is’ and then it’s all saved back. This is quite handy because the data orginates from CSV, so it’s a straight conversion to JSON. However, it would obviously be a more efficient system to only save amended records ad-hoc.

I’ve gone on long enough, so sorry for rambling post. If anyone has the time for just a couple of thoughts or links or anything, I’d be very interested and grateful.