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How to expose the Application model's register method


How to expose the Application model's register method

By : user2951873
Date : November 18 2020, 03:49 PM
will be helpful for those in need Application model doesn't have remote for register() method, to expose it. Instead you should register your own remote method, where you can call Application.register()
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How do I expose a C++ method to my C# application?

How do I expose a C++ method to my C# application?


By : Pradeep HC
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . One way to handle this is to write a wrapper in C++ CLI - this is the version of c++ that is extended to do managed .net things.
You can create a managed or "ref" class in C++ cli that will appear as a normal .net class to c#.
Expose an enum from Models in ViewModel in C#

Expose an enum from Models in ViewModel in C#


By : João Oliveira
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you Well this should fall under the responsibility of the ViewModel. The whole point of the ViewModel is to transform your model domain into something the view domain is able to digest. IF this means making a new enum then so be it. This is where automapper helps.
On a side note. I find using an enum, from outside of the view-domain, to be a bit of an bad pattern anyway, as it brings logic into the view. Personally I don't expose the view to knowing anything (directly) about the enum types. If I need to have the view change behaviour due to a specific enum value, then I have that logic in the ViewModel.
code :
enum ViewIcons
{ 
    IconOne,
    IconTwo,
}
view.Icon = ViewIcons.IconOne
void Update()
{
    switch(_model.State)
    { 
        case ModelState.Inactive: 
            view.Icon = ViewIcons.IconOne 
...
How to expose and register one boost log core to another

How to expose and register one boost log core to another


By : Sarath s
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. Boost.Log requires to be built as a shared library if you use it from multiple modules. The library design is relying on that requirement, and the logging core is not the only singleton in the library. Depending on the library features you use, you are more or less likely to run into hard to debug problems if you violate this precondition. It is also possible that the code that works with your currently used version of Boost.Log will break with a different version.
Calling AccountController Register web api method from a console application

Calling AccountController Register web api method from a console application


By : James041
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help I want to register a user from a console application. How can I add a user object to the web api call? , You can convert your object to json using newtonsoft:
code :
var myJson = JsonConvert.SerializeObject(myObj);
var content = new StringContent(myJson, Encoding.UTF8, "application/json");
await client.PostAsync("api/Account/Register", content)
var myJson = JsonConvert.SerializeObject(new { firstName = "Bob", lastName = "Marley" });
class RegistrationModel
{
    public string FirstName {get;set;} // etc.. etc...
}

var myJson = JsonConvert.SerializeObject(new RegistrationModel { FirstName = "Bob" });
public class JsonContent : StringContent
{
    private const string ApplicationJsonMediaType = "application/json";
    public JsonContent(object content) : base(SerializeContent(content), Encoding.UTF8, ApplicationJsonMediaType)
    {
    }

    private static string SerializeContent(object content)
    {
        return JsonConvert.SerializeObject(content);
    }
}
var content = new JsonContent(myObj);
await client.PostAsync("api/Account/Register", content);
How does the program counter in register 15 expose the pipeline?

How does the program counter in register 15 expose the pipeline?


By : user2390117
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you An exposed pipeline means one where the programmer needs to consider the pipeline, and I would disagree that the r15 value offset is anything other than an encoding constant.
By making the PC visible to the programmer, yes, some fragment of the early implementation detail has been 'exposed' as an architectural oddity which needs to be maintained by future implementations.
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