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|Change JSON.net content via property name?|
Here's a converter that will handle it, at least for simple objects as
per your example. It looks for objects containing objId properties
and then serialises all properties it finds on them. You may need to
expand it to deal with other member types/more complex properties as
class MyConverter : JsonConverter
public override void WriteJson(JsonWriter writer, object value,
|Change property of component from template based on parent|
I made corresponding example. If you had only one color to set you
could use Tag property since it is DependencyProperty. Create then two
attached properties and get to them as follows:
|Change property value of a existing bean in spring at run time|
The documentation says that these fields have protected access, so you
wont be able to change their values.
Even if you do, by using reflection or in some other way, it's not
likely that data source would just pick up these new values. It would
probably have to be restarted or reinitialized in some way.
|how to change the text in an AbstractCell created using uibinder getting error Cannot set property 'textContent' of null|
A much easier way to implement these requirements is to create a
custom widget as opposed to a custom cell. This custom widget (e.g.
"CarCard") may consist of two icons, any number of labels, etc. It
will also have methods for setting the text for each label, click
handlers for left and right arrows, etc. You can use a UiBinder to
create this custom widget.
Then, as you load your list of cars, yo
|Change text color using CSS color property|
you have to write in your css (maybe an Example for color red):
you can also give the color an important if it doesn't work
color: #ff0000 !important;