Frontend/Backend Integration: Wait for a Google Cloud function to run and then return result

I am trying to create a tool that receives a user input on the front end, uses that input to run a Google Cloud function and then returns a link to the output, hosted on Google cloud as well.

How can you give updates that a process is being performed, and update the page when it is finished?

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Author: Lance Johnson

How to register a free “myblog.wordpress.com” blog

I already have a blog – let’s call it foo.wordpress.com.

I want to create a new, separate blog, called foo-health.wordpress.com.

I went to https://wordpress.com/home/foo.wordpress.com. Clicked “Switch site”. Clicked “Add new site”. Clicked “Start Now”. I was redirected to a “Let’s get your site a domain!” page. I want to skip this step, but it doesn’t seem to be possible. Is it?

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Author: Stefan Monov

Displaying Full Storage Capacity after removing Wndows 10 after a dual boot

I’m not able to access the available storage list. It only shows a partial section of the memory leaving out the former memory which had Windows 10 installed in it. I’m sending a screenshot just for clarification.
MY hard-disk contains 500GiB but it says only 135GiB left
Kindly help pls.the image shows the partitions and the notification about only showing 135GiB leaving out the rest of the memory

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Author: Kelvin

Best way to deal with lots of nested closures in Swift

I have some external SDK library that makes IO calls (either networking or database) in the form of blocks, like so:

SomeClass.doWork(success: {}, failure: {})

Now I need to chain about 60 different calls because we are working on data replication where each operation is distinct enough that it’s not the same, but the principle is there -> all of these take a success and a failure blocks.

What is the best way to organise this spaghetti:

let failureBlock: () -> Void = { // something
}

SomeClass.doWork(success: { [unowned self] in
   self.runChecks(success: {
       SomeOtherClass.somethingElse(success: { 
           SomeClass.doWork(success: { [unowned self] in
              self.doMore() ///... and on and on she goes
           }, failure: failureBlock)
       }, failure: failureBlock)
    }, failure: failureBlock)
}, failure: failureBlock)

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Author: zaitsman

mongodump and restore in single command

How to perform mongo DB dump and restore in a single command, by providing source and sink DB and collection name separately?

I understand we can do mongodump and then mongorestore but if I need to this on an intermediate machine, this will mean I will need to wait for mongodump to complete before I can start mongorestore manually again. Is there a way to do it in a single command?

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Author: Shubham A.

Get/create the parent taxonomy by using shortcode in woocommerce?

How would I get/create the parent taxonomy by using shortcode in woocommerce?

My product categories should be like:

– Food

— Fruits

— Healthy Fruits
— Organic Fruits

— Meat

— Pork
— Lamb
— Beef

For example, I would like to display “Fruits” when user at the “Healthy Fruits” product archive page.

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Author: Needa Hell

How do remove the default storage pool from a libvirt hypervisor, so that even after libvirtd restarts there is NO storage pool

I want to remove the default storage pool from my virt-manager AND NOT HAVE IT COME BACK BY ITSELF, EVER. I can destroy it and undefine it all I want, but when i restart libvirtd (for me thats “sudo systemctl restart libvirtd” in an arch linux terminal window), and restart virt-manager, the default storage pool is back, just like Frankenstein.

I don’t want a storage pool of any kind. I simply want to move from the dual-boot I have now (arch linux and windows) to running the two OS simultaneously. I intend to provision two physical disk partitions on the host to be disks on the guest, and I can do this via the xml that defines the domain.

Or am i required to have a storage pool no matter what?

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Author: Scott Petrack

How do I apply a Statement in my bucket policy to all users in my account?

Setting the princable to “*” with “Effect”: “Allow”, would make it public and i don’t want that.

“arn:aws:iam::my account id:user/*” is showing as invalid.

currently im just listing all the users in the princable but thats not exactly very maintainable.

I can allow in the IAM policy attached to the users and then deny in the bucket policy useing NotPrincipal but I can see that getting a bit complex and it seems much more secure to white list than black list?

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Author: doug

Need help with .htaccess redirection for WordPress websites

I am changing the domain of my website.

But, I am struggling with the domain redirection. I need to implement this wildcard redirection.

So that I visit.

https://www.oldomain.com/page1

It should go to

https://newdomain.com/page1

Note: The new domain is without www.

Can anyone help me how to implement this?

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Author: Nirmal Kumar

ANSWER

A 301 Redirect, or permanent redirect, is recommended when dealing with something similar to this one.

If you just want to hard redirect anything hitting oldomain.com to newdomain.com then a simple Redirect should do like so:

<VirtualHost *:443>
	ServerName oldomain.com
        ServerAlias www.oldomain.com
	Redirect 301 / https://newdomain.com
</VirtualHost>

The above example is also something that you will want to write in a server config like httpd.conf but not in a .htaccess file somewhere on your site directory. It is also clumsy since your old site’s pages – e.g https://www.domain.com/some/page/123 – will redirect only to https://newdomain.com which is the index page of the site.

So the other option would be Rewrite. It is also in case you don’t have root access to the server, and/or other sites that are not yours are sharing it as well. It would look like the following:

RewriteEngine on
RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^oldomain.com [NC,OR]
RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^www.oldomain.com [NC]
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ http://newdomain.com/$1 [L,R=301,NC]

The above considers whether the request is written with or without the www subdomain in it. The old links or pages will also get carried over to the new one.