Display pictures based on specific student ID


So after pulling all the information from my sql tables, I put them into 2 variables called response1 and response2.Shown below are what's currently inside the arrays. My goal is to display the pictures, beside each student. If a picture doesn't exsist, it can just be blank for now. So i've gotten the picture from DB to display by using base64 encode, but i'm only currently doing it for the id:20000001, since i'm not sure how to do it for other ones.

I had an idea to maybe replace

student_image= findItemByID(response2,'20000001');


student_image= findItemByID(response2,element.id); ?<br /> but not sure if this is correct logic?

Inside my Object.keys final loop, how should I fix html+='<img src="data:image/jpeg;base64,'+student_image.photo+'">' so that it adds the image of the specific id?

Response1 array of object:

0: {Class_Student_Group: 1, names: "Lastname1, Firstname1", id: 20000001} 1: {Class_Student_Group: 2, names: "Lastname2, Firstname2", id: 20000002} 2: {Class_Student_Group: 3, names: "Lastname3, Firstname3", id: 20000003} 3: {Class_Student_Group: 5, names: "Lastname4, Firstname4", id: 20000004} 4: {Class_Student_Group: 3, names: "Lastname5, Firstname5", id: 20000005}

Response2 array of objects:

0: {student_id: "20000001", photo: ""} 1: {student_id: "20000001", photo: "/9j/4AAQSkZJRgABAQAAAQABAAD/4QB6RXhpZgAASUkqAAgAAA…9a1EtFKAnd09f/rVlwfdFbVw7LPIoOAGNYwjc/SIaxR//2Q=="} 2: {student_id: "20000002", photo: ""} 3: {student_id: "20000003", photo: ""}


1: Array(4) 0: {Class_Student_Group: 1, names: "Lastname1, Firstname1", id: 20000001} 1: {Class_Student_Group: 1, names: "Lastname9, Firstname9", id: 20000009} 2: {Class_Student_Group: 1, names: "Lastname15, Firstname15", id: 20000015} 3: {Class_Student_Group: 1, names: "Lastname19, Firstname19", id: 20000019} length: 4 __proto__: Array(0) 2: (4) [{…}, {…}, {…}, {…}] 3: (4) [{…}, {…}, {…}, {…}]

output so far:

<a href="https://i.stack.imgur.com/Y36sZ.png" rel="nofollow"><img alt="enter image description here" class="b-lazy" data-src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/Y36sZ.png" data-original="https://i.stack.imgur.com/Y36sZ.png" src="https://etrip.eimg.top/images/2019/05/07/timg.gif" /></a>

<script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function() { var response= <?php echo json_encode($table); ?>; var response2= <?php echo json_encode($result); ?>; function findItemByID(arr, id) { return arr.find((photoObj) => { return photoObj.photo.trim().length !== 0 && photoObj.student_id === id }) } var final = {} response.forEach(function(element) { final[element.Class_Student_Group] = final[element.Class_Student_Group] || []; final[element.Class_Student_Group].push(element); }); let student_image ='' Object.keys(final).forEach(function(Group) { let html = ''; //add the table opening tag to the html variable html += '<table>'; //Append the 'category' header html += '<tr>'; html += '<td>

'+"Group"+ Group+'

</td>'; html += '</tr>'; // Loop through the results for this 'category' student_image= findItemByID(response2,'20000001'); final[Group].forEach(function(element) { var randomImage = images[Math.floor(Math.random() * images.length)]; var names = element.names; var id=element.id; var img = "<img src=' " + randomImage+ " ' />"; html += '<tr>'; html += '<td>

' + names + '

</td> '; html += '<td>

' + id + '

</td> '; html+='<img src="data:image/jpeg;base64,'+student_image.photo+'">' html += '</tr>'; }); //add the table closing tag to the html variable html += '</table>'; $('#tables_container').append(html); }); }); </script>


OK. Quite a few things going on here.

<ol><li>Basically the reason(s) the findItemByID() function wasn't working was because <strong>A.</strong> (and I have to assume you knew this) you were passing in the same ID every time it was called, <strong>B.</strong> by putting it before you called final[Group].forEach(function(element) you couldn't pass in the right value for the id, as the id is a property of that element variable, and <strong>C.</strong> === is a strict equality operator, which means it only returns true if the values are the same <em>and</em> they are the same type. In one array of objects that value is a string and in the other it's a number.</li> <li>You are doing a lot of things out of order. Take a step back and try to think about what this code is intended to do and write it one step at a time, and break your steps into functions whenever practical like I have done here. Look over the changes I have made to your code, and the comments I added. Generally when writing code you want to use functions to make things more readable, and break them apart so you are dealing with the least amount of complexity as possible at any given time. A table works like <strong><em>table - > row - > column</em></strong> -- write your code that way.</li> <li>I don't know anything about using Base64 for images in HTML, but a look at <a href="https://stackoverflow.com/questions/8499633/how-to-display-base64-images-in-html" rel="nofollow">this link</a> suggests that the data you have supplied here won't work. Check out the <a href="https://www.opinionatedgeek.com/codecs/base64decoder" rel="nofollow">decoder</a> in the accepted answer.</li> <li>I changed the way you were iterating over your final object. This is probably mostly a matter of taste, but to me it's more readable. You can learn more about it <a href="https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Statements/for...in" rel="nofollow">here</a></li> <li>Use better names! It's so much easier when you're trying to figure out why something is broken if you aren't also trying to remember what data is in response vs response2. Just call them studentDataArray and imageDataArray or something.</li> </ol>

<pre class="snippet-code-js lang-js prettyprint-override">$(document).ready(function () { loadTable(); }); let array1 = [ { Class_Student_Group: 1, names: "Lastname1, Firstname1", id: 20000001 } , { Class_Student_Group: 2, names: "Lastname2, Firstname2", id: 20000002 } , { Class_Student_Group: 3, names: "Lastname3, Firstname3", id: 20000003 } , { Class_Student_Group: 5, names: "Lastname4, Firstname4", id: 20000004 } , { Class_Student_Group: 3, names: "Lastname5, Firstname5", id: 20000005 } ] let array2 = [{ student_id: "20000001", photo: "" } , { student_id: "20000001", photo: "/9j/4AAQSkZJRgABAQAAAQABAAD/4QB6RXhpZgAASUkqAAgAAA…9a1EtFKAnd09f/rVlwfdFbVw7LPIoOAGNYwjc/SIaxR//2Q==" } , { student_id: "20000002", photo: "" } , { student_id: "20000003", photo: "" }]; function findItemByID(arr, id) { return arr.find((photoObj) => { return photoObj.photo.trim().length !== 0 && photoObj.student_id == id // because the id property in the student object is a number and in the photo array it's a string, change this to '==', which evaluates '2' as equal to 2. === only returns true if they are the same type //also you have been checking for a student_id property here, which doesn't exist on the second array's objects, so this wasn't returning anything }) } function getFinalObject(response) { var final = {} response.forEach(function (element) { final[element.Class_Student_Group] = final[element.Class_Student_Group] || []; final[element.Class_Student_Group].push(element); }); return final; } function appendHtmlToDoc(final, response2, images) { let html = ''; //add the table opening tag to the html variable html += '<table>'; for (let Group in final) { //this will loop through final's properties, in this case, the 'groups' if (final.hasOwnProperty(Group)) { //use hasOwnProperty to make sure you aren't looping through irrevelant properties (https://stackoverflow.com/questions/8312459/iterate-through-object-properties) //Append the 'category' header html += '<tr>'; html += '<td>

' + "Group" + Group + '

</td>'; html += '</tr>'; // Loop through the results for this 'category' final[Group].forEach(function (element) { //you already have the Group array in the Group variable let student_image = findItemByID(response2, element.id); //search for the image data using this element's id property // var randomImage = images[Math.floor(Math.random() * images.length)]; //should pass 'images' into this function, but I don't know where it came from and randomImage/img isn't used in the code you provided, so I removed it var names = element.names; var id = element.id; // var img = "<img src=' " + randomImage + " ' />"; html += '<tr>'; html += '<td>

' + names + '

</td> '; html += '<td>

' + id + '

'; if (student_image) { //check if something was returned when you searched for the photo, otherwise you'll have a blank image here html += '<td><img src="data:image/jpeg;base64, ' + student_image.photo + '"></td>'; //I don't know anything about using images in HTML with base64, but a look at this link (https://stackoverflow.com/questions/8499633/how-to-display-base64-images-in-html) suggests that what you have provided won't work } //I also added a td around your img tag html += '</tr>'; }); } } //add the table closing tag to the html variable html += '</table>'; //console.log(html) $('#tables_container').append(html); } function loadTable() { //move your php script calls here let finalObj = getFinalObject(array1); appendHtmlToDoc(finalObj, array2); }
<pre class="snippet-code-html lang-html prettyprint-override"><script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.3.1/jquery.min.js"></script> <div id="tables_container"></div>



if(!photo.id) { // There's no image } else { // There's an image }