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Nov 22, 2019 Q: Is there a way to tell if Firebase (FirebaseAnalytics) is enabled in our app? We have an app that uses Firebase's (FirebaseAnalytics) analytics. I'd like to include something like this in our sign up page: If you'd like to turn on [FirebaseAnalytics], tap here. However, I can't seem to find any way to tell if Firebase Analytics is active or not. Is there a way to check to see if it's enabled? A: You can check whether a service is running in your app by calling the isRunning() method on the AnalyticsService object. If the method returns true, the service is running; otherwise, it is not. Example: AnalyticsService analyticsService = FirebaseAnalytics.getInstance(this); if (analyticsService.isRunning()) { //Firebase Analytics is active. } else { //Firebase Analytics is not active. } FirebaseAnalytics docs We present a new molecular dynamics (MD) model for simulating the defect activation mechanisms during microelectronics processing. It is based on the integration of the finite temperature dynamics of the dislocation system, derived from the statistical mechanical theory of an infinite frictionless system. By this approach we can define the activation energies for the individual mechanisms, which allows us to study the sequence of elementary events. The model is free of artificial assumptions and the activation energies are directly determined from the dynamical simulations. Our results are compared with experimental observations.Q: How to use native onload within JavaScript, and in Javascript for a SPA? I would like to call a native Javascript function within a React app, and in order to do so, I need to call it within the onload attribute of the script tag. I have been trying to do it via React hooks, but I can't seem to access native properties through them. This is what I have tried to do: function App() { // This is a React hook that should fire native functions: const [onLoad, setOnLoad] = useState(() => { window.setTimeout(() => { console.log("onLoad fired!") // This calls native code:




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