SwiftUI – Button and refresh UI

By | 23/10/2019

From Apple Developer web site: “SwiftUI is an innovative, exceptionally simple way to build user interfaces across all Apple platforms with the power of Swift. Build user interfaces for any Apple device using just one set of tools and APIs. With a declarative Swift syntax that’s easy to read and natural to write, SwiftUI works… Read More »

Go – Variables, constants and functions

By | 21/10/2019

In this post, we will see how to declare and use variables, constants and functions in Go. [Variables]We open Visual Studio Code, go the directory users\go and into the folder src we create a directory called Test1. Here, we create a file called main.go: For running the application, we could use the command go run… Read More »

Category: Go

React – Components

By | 16/10/2019

The Components are very import in React because they allow to divide the UI in small, reusable and independent pieces of code, help us to manage easily a project.In React there are two types of Components: Function Components and Class Components.In this post, using the project created in “React – How to create a project”,… Read More »

Swift – Class

By | 14/10/2019

In this post, we will see how to manage Class in swift. CLASS DEFINITION: CREATION AN INSTANCE OF USER CLASS: DEFINITION OF OPERATOR CLASS THAT INHERITS FROM USER: If we run this code in Playground, this will be the result:

Dart

By | 11/10/2019

Dart is a programming language by Google for developing mobile, desktop, backend and web applications.It is object-oriented with a C-style syntax and it is possible to run Dart code in three way:1) Compiled as Javascript, in order to run in a web browser2) Stand-alone using a Dart Virtual Machine3) Ahead-of-time compiled into machine code. An… Read More »

Blazor

By | 09/10/2019

Blazor is a UI Framework created by Microsoft that utilizes C#, Razor and HTML, instead of HTML and Javascript.It was designed to create easly Single Page Applications and it can run in two ways: Blazor Server or Blazor WebAssembly.With Blazor Server it runs the client logic on the server and, with SignalR, it manages the… Read More »

ETL – How to invoke a Web API

By | 07/10/2019

In this post, we will see how to invoke, from an ETL, the Web API created in the post: Web API with ASP.NET CORE.We open Visual Studio and we create an Integration Services Project.The first thing that we will do, it is the creation of a project parameter called urlwebapi, where we will insert the… Read More »

Category: ETL

Swift – Functions

By | 04/10/2019

In this post, we will see how to manage Functions in Swift. WITHOUT PARAMETERS IN INPUT & WITHOUT RETURN VALUE: WITH PARAMETERS IN INPUT & WITHOUT RETURN VALUE: WITH PARAMETERS IN INPUT & WITH RETURN VALUE: WITH PARAMETERS IN INPUT & WITH RETURN A TUPLE: WITH DEFAULT PARAMETERS IN INPUT & WITH RETURN A VALUE:… Read More »