Route (ProjectName) doesn’t exist. I used namespace and autoload in composer.json file

I am using xammp and run this project “localhost/projectName” Problem arises when I hit “localhost/projeceName/users” I think Here is the problem.First line When I write (‘/projectName’) it works. In second line is not working (‘./projectName/users’) $router ->controller(‘/’, \App\Controllers\HomeController::class); $router ->controller(‘/users’, \App\Controllers\UserController::class); //Index.php file// require_once ‘vendor/autoload.php’; $router = new RouteCollector(new RouteParser()); $router ->controller(‘/’, \App\Controllers\HomeController::class); $router ->controller(‘/users’,…

Generic way to Parse Spark DataFrame to JSON Object/Array Using Spray JSON

I’m trying to find a generic way(without using a concrete case class in Scala) to parse Spark DataFrame to JSON Object/Array using Spray JSON or any other library. I have tried to approach this using spray-json and my current code looks something like this import spray.json._ import spray.json.DefaultJsonProtocol._ val list = sc.parallelize(List((“a1″,”b1″,”c1″,”d1”),(“a2″,”b2″,”c2″,”d2”))).toDF list.show +—+—+—+—+ |…

How to process a array of json object passed in a Post API request passed from UI ( Reactjs ) to API layer ( Java, Spring boot )?

Iam passing a json object array to backend API as follows answers (3) [{…}, {…}, {…}] 0: {id: “5da08df40b4b8c4e40b2d81c”, questionnaire: “1”, quest: “hjkhjk”, answer1: “hjh”, answer2: “jkhjk”, …} 1: {id: “5da08e0d0b4b8c4e40b2d81d”, questionnaire: “1”, quest: “jkkll”, answer1: “kk”, answer2: “kljy”, …} 2: {id: “5da08e1d0b4b8c4e40b2d81e”, questionnaire: “1”, quest: “jjkljkl”, answer1: “klj”, answer2: “kk”, …}length: 3__proto__: Array(0) Backend API is written in…

Access JSON object returned from POST request

I am performing this post request, I get a large response but nothing containing the key, this is an exmaple of a key:{“key”:”qurixofafa”}. How do I access this JSON object? const axios = require(‘axios’) axios.post(‘http://hastebin.com/documents’, { payload: ‘test’ }) .then((res) => { console.log(`statusCode: ${res.statusCode}`) console.log(res) }) .catch((error) => { console.error(error) }) This is the response…

Extracting properties and meta-properties into JSON-like structure with Gremlin

My customer vertex has 4 properties and 2 meta-properties (each containing a list). The task is to return the customer data in a JSON structure. I was able to come up with this query: g.V(‘customerId’) .project(‘customer’, ‘addresses’, ‘accounts’) .by(properties().not(hasLabel(‘addresses’, ‘accounts’)).group().by(key()).by(value())) .by(properties(‘addresses’).valueMap().fold()) .by(properties(‘accounts’).valueMap().fold()) which produces result { “customer”: { “firstName”: “Carl”, “middleName”: “Friedrich”, “lastName”: “Gauss”, “age”:…