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How to setup "application/ld+json" schema.org meta data in rails 4 app


How to setup "application/ld+json" schema.org meta data in rails 4 app

By : user2956805
Date : November 22 2020, 03:03 PM
should help you out There is a JSON-LD gem (http://rubygems.org/gems/json-ld), but it might not be specifically what you're looking for. Note that the point of JSON-LD is that it's just JSON, in this case using the schema.org context to interpret the values. Assuming that your data is in ActiveRecord models, you'll need a way to make sure that the record properties correspond to the appropriate schema.org properties. If this were the case, then just serializing your model to JSON (#to_json) gets you most of the way there. What remains is to add the @context, @id, and @type fields to the JSON.
For example, say you have a User model which serialized to something like the following:
code :
{
  "name": "Harry",
  "email": "Harry@example.org"
}
{
  "@context": "http://schema.org/",
  "@type": "Person",
  "name": "Harry",
  "email": "Harry@example.org"
}
{
  "@context": "http://schema.org/",
  "@id": "http://example.com/people/harry",
  "@type": "Person",
  "name": "Harry",
  "email": "Harry@example.org"
}


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Visual Studio 2010 - Setup Project: How to compress "setup.exe" and "application.msi" in one file

Visual Studio 2010 - Setup Project: How to compress "setup.exe" and "application.msi" in one file


By : Sophia Izokun
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. Setup.exe is normally used to do special processing before running an installation, like checking for the bitness or language of the OS. If not special processing is being done, it is enough to distribute the MSI file. Windows has an executable for MSIEXEC.EXE that is used to run MSI files.
However, if you do wish to combine the files, you can use the IExpress program - http://www.itscodingtime.com/post/Combine-Setup-MSI-and-EXE-into-a-single-package-with-IExpress.aspx
What do "schema" and "meta symbol" mean in F# expressions?

What do "schema" and "meta symbol" mean in F# expressions?


By : Pramod Krishnamoorth
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you I suspect all they're trying to say is n represents a value (i.e., "F# entity") being passed to the function. fact n is not meant to be valid F# code.
It's legalese for "n is a placeholder."
Rails: Refactoring - json["data"]["counts"]["followed_by"] if json && json["d

Rails: Refactoring - json["data"]["counts"]["followed_by"] if json && json["d


By : The noob Programmer
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps You can use try :
code :
json.try(:[], 'data').try(:[], 'counts').try(:[], 'followed_by')
Rails Postgres Schema Issue - One of the following schema(s) is invalid: "test" "public"

Rails Postgres Schema Issue - One of the following schema(s) is invalid: "test" "public"


By : Hannes Rahm
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times Okay, so I finally fixed it. There seems to have been a discrepancy between schemas when I migrated. For some reason, the schema was not being updated for some reason or another. I'm not entirely sure why this solved the issue, but what I did was go into the tenant class file and migration file (User.rb in my case) and then comment out everything except the bare minimum required for Devise. Then I ran one at a time:
code :
rake db:drop
rake db:create 
rake db:migrate
michael$ rake db:seed
Seeding test tenant
michael$ 
How to setup “application/ld+json” Schema.org meta data in ASP.NET 3.5 dynamically using C#

How to setup “application/ld+json” Schema.org meta data in ASP.NET 3.5 dynamically using C#


By : Hudha Malik
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . This can be achieved by appending schema content to a stringbuilder and append to head
code :
StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
sb.AppendFormat("<script type=\"application/ld+json\">");
sb.AppendFormat("{{");
sb.AppendFormat("\"@context\"" + ":" + "\"http://schema.org\"");
sb.AppendFormat(",");
sb.AppendFormat("\"@type\"" + ":" + "\"Article\"");
sb.AppendFormat(",");  
sb.AppendFormat("\"headline\"" + ":" + "\"" + "Test article" + "\"");
 sb.AppendFormat("}}");
 sb.AppendFormat("</script>");                        
Page.Header.Controls.Add(new LiteralControl(sb.ToString()));
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