Consumiendo una Web API desde una aplicación de la Plataforma Universal de Windows

Originalmente publicado en Blog de Miguel Muñoz Serafín:

  1. Abre una ventana del Explorador de Archivos de Windows y navega a This PC > Documents > Visual Studio 2015 > Templates > ProjectTemplates > Visual C#.
  2. Crea una nueva carpeta llamada Template10.
  3. Abre la carpeta Template10 y copia ahí el archivo Blank.zip.
  4. Para verificar que la plantilla se haya instalado correctamente, abre Visual Studio 2015.
  5. Crea un nuevo proyecto utilizando la plantilla Blank. La plantilla se encontrará en el nodo Installed > Templates > Visual C# > Template10.

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Tarea 2: Crear el Modelo de la aplicación

  1. La Web API que consumiremos recibe los datos a través de un objeto Student. Agrega la siguiente clase Modelo en la carpeta Models de la aplicación.
  2. public class Student
    {
    public string FirstName { get; set; } = string.Empty;
    public string LastName { get; set; } = string.Empty;
    public string Email { get; set; } = string.Empty;

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Install Windows 10 on Raspberry Pi 2

1) register and download the special Windows 10 image Download linnk:

https://connect.microsoft.com/windowsembeddedIoT/Downloads/DownloadDetails.aspx?DownloadID=57782

2) Follow this guide: http://ms-iot.github.io/content/win10/SetupRPI.htm Enjoy! :)

If you don’t have Windows 10 you can install Win10 to rapsb2 from windows 7, check this workaround:

https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=105&t=109160

Hashcoin.biz = SCAM HYP

I decided to make this post to avoid people be scamed by this site, there isn’t enough reviews, they say they are a trading and mining company and promote a profit up to 1,5%/mo but, after 1 month they never paid.

The site continue up and running after the complain of many users, so this post is a WARNING.

If you need more information and proof leave a comment.

Sites reporting the scam:

http://www.moneymakergroup.com/Hashcoin-Hashcoinbiz-t483308.html&st=90

CentOS 5 en Microsoft Azure

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Si bien la mejor alternativa en escalabilidad y disponibilidad para sitios en producción es Azure Web Apps llega un punto en donde puede ser necesario gestionar varios sitios y en donde la costumbre al tan afamado CPanel es una ventaja para no necesitar casi nada de mantenimiento.

Entre las alternativas “on the fly” que nos ofrece azure tenemos a los chicos de Bitnami, ellos proveen un conjunto de vms con distintos software pre instalado, entre ellos hay un paquete LAMP (linux, apache, mysql, php) con setup por defecto enfocados en la seguridad pero que al momento de gestionar varios sites hay que dedicarle su tiempo en comparacion con cpanel.

Cpanel y WHM usan por defecto CentOS el cual no está disponible en Azure pero Microsoft permite publicar y usar ésta y otra gran cantidad de VMs desde VM Depot una nueva comunidad de Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc.

https://vmdepot.msopentech.com/List/Index

Windows Azure: com.microsoft.windowsazure.mobileservices.MobileServiceException

In a new project with .NET backend, Android plataform need some client app, i followed the default  guideline from Azure Dashboard for an existing androiod app but won’t work with the error:

com.microsoft.windowsazure.mobileservices.MobileServiceException Error while processing request. and 404  HTTP  error code

After checking the URL of the mobile service and internet connection for the device i saw the error, the getting started tutorial for an existing android app refers to Item class but in the deployed service the name is TodoItem instead

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The solution with the fixed names where you can check the base file: https://gist.github.com/nanomo/12966f3149421f393c2c

Google authenticator para Windows Phone (two factor auth)

With the explosion of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin (want to buy some? send me a message with the form at the end of this post!) a lot of great plataforms comes to light to help other in the exchange process, and make it more secure and easy.

Singup in some site i started using 2FA (two factor authentication), i ear about it before, but never used until now.

I have a Windows Phone as main device with support of other devices for my mobile projects.

Using bitstamp.net i activated my account and setup 2FA  but in the process they say that Windows Phone isn’t included…

So i started digging and found this app:

http://www.windowsphone.com/s?appid=e7994dbc-2336-4950-91ba-ca22d653759b

Works perfect, and it’s an official app from Microsoft!

 

 

 

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Remote Desktop stopped working after some Windows 8.1 update

That’s all, Remote Desktop just stop working!

Workaround:

turned out the network mode changed to public after the upgrade. I changed it to private and it works once again. To do this mouse over to the right of the screen and click the “Settings” charm, click “Change PC settings”, “Network”, “Connections”, then select your network connection. Now turn on the the switch under “Find device and content”. That’s it!

 

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