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I'm making SDK for a web platform, there is a client class which requires cookie to authorize and there is a function that gets auth token from cookie. So my question is: how to check if function was called outside of class. I need this because i want to protect this function with password and make it so if class called it, it would work without a password. Here is my code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-09 at 18:18
This sound very much like a bad idea.
Why not make two functions: One public that requires a password and one private that doesn't. The public function can, of course, call the private function after the password has been verified.
Something like this:
I'm new to flutter so I really wanted to know do we need android SDK, ios SDK along with flutter SDK to develop flutter applications? As flutter SDK converts code directly into native/machine code so why I am really curious to know if we need android SDK and ios sdk? Yes I know when we make android native applications We need Android SDK but do not know if we need it in flutter apps as well if we need it then what would be the role of android SDK and flutter SDK...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-30 at 08:53
Of course, you do need an SDK in order to build whether an Android or an IOS. To perform certain tasks like accessing a camera, storage, etc.
I'm trying to install Deepgram SDK for Node.JS and use it in my VueJS 3 application. Each time I try to import the SDK it gives me several errors.
how can I use Node SDK in my vue project?
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-16 at 17:55
The Deepgram Node SDK doesn't support browser-based use cases. It is strictly server-side as it requires Node specific methods like fs and querystring.
You can still use the Deepgram API with Vue though. You'll just need to hit the API directly. The API reference is a good resource to see what's possible as far as features and parameters to send. Also, this blog post has some sample code that will show you how to access the mic in your browser and send it to Deepgram.
I'm trying to create an SDK to connect for an API done with jsonapi (https://jsonapi.org/) , however I'm having problems trying to do POST request. I have some GET calls, but I don't know howe to implement the POST. is there any examples I could see? (I couldn't find in the documentation)
I have for GET:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-14 at 20:29
In its simplest terms, you can make
POST call to your API by first serializing your
Model and then sending it to your endpoint.
Model will look like based on your input:
I have the following code to update one DynamoDB attribute:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-03 at 12:33
Sorry, no. There’s just the one condition expression
I am trying to List all available savings plan in my account using...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-03 at 07:35
I need to make a GeneXus extension that goes through the tables of the DEFAULT DataStore (but not in the other datastore) to do certain checks.
What is the best way to know the datastore associated with a table?
I can check if the table is referenced by a DataView, but maybe there is a better method....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-02 at 21:49
Currently there is no straightforward API that solves this query. The way things are modeled is that the
DataView is the entity that associates a
Table to a
Checking the cross-reference is a nice way to narrow down the problem space, although to be certain that a given data view is bound to a given table, you have to check for the
Another thing to keep in mind, is that there could be a data view associated to a table in the DEFAULT data store, or more than one data view bound to the same table and different data stores. There are no guarantees that the model is in a valid state at any moment, and deciding how to handle these situations may affect how you build your query.
This sample query returns all tables associated to a data store. If there are multiple data views associated to the table, it checks if the first of them belongs to the given data store.
I'm reading a book from Mark J Price, where he states:
- Since .NET Framework 4.5.2, it has been an official component on the Windows operating system.
- .NET Core is fast-moving and because it can be deployed side by side with an app, it can change frequently.
I don't really get this. Whether I use one or the other, I do still need to install the SDK and runtime for both of them? So what does he mean?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-02 at 19:39
In all cases you only need the (partial) runtime to run, not the SDK. The SDK is only for development.
As for the rest:
- on some operating systems a .net version is available by default. These versions can change beteen OS (Windows) versions. You'll need to see which version is applicable for you.
- .net core (and it's follow up .net 5+) is not always standard available on the OSses. But .net core (and .net 5+) offers the ability to include the required runtime components in the build. This will increase your build by approx. 140 MB, but you can be sure you have all the required prerequisites.
For version 4.5.2 specific:
.NET Framework 4.5.2, 4.6, and 4.61 retire on April 26, 2022.
So I wouldn't start developing new applications with that version.
As mentioned by @MAtthewWatson, more info on the single file publishing (which includes the runtime), see: this link.
Captured image in case the link will change:
Merging Errors: Error: android:exported needs to be explicitly specified for element . Apps targeting Android 12 and higher are required to specify an explicit value for
android:exportedwhen the corresponding component has an intent filter defined. See https://developer.android.com/guide/topics/manifest/activity-element#exported for details. test.app main manifest (this file), line 19
I don't even know what to do. I struggled with this mistake for a whole week, but I couldn't.
Here is my sdk version...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-07 at 14:59
The minCompileSdk (31) specified in a dependency's AAR metadata (META-INF/com/android/build/gradle/aar-metadata.properties) is greater than this module's compileSdkVersion (android-30). Dependency: androidx.core:core-ktx:1.7.0-alpha02. AAR metadata file: C:\Users\mohammad.zeeshan1.gradle\caches\transforms-2\files-2.1\a20beb0771f59a8ddbbb8d416ea06a9d\jetified-core-ktx-1.7.0-alpha02\META-INF\com\android\build\gradle\aar-metadata.properties.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-08 at 06:26
As mentioned in the error message, if you use
compileSdk needs to be at least
31 and you have
Either update the compile SDK version or use an older version of the core-ktx dependency.
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