Quick Exercise in Dependency Injection

I like the reusability with DI
& once implemented it really makes for cleaner code out on the front end.

Here is my SalesPlanning report which checks if sales Threshold has been reached.

public interface ISalesReport
{
bool AchievedSales();
}

public class SalesReport : ISalesReport
{
public bool AchievedSales()
{
return DTX.AreSalesAboveQuota(); //A boolean result for Threshold reached
}
}

public class SalesPlanning
{
private ISalesReport _sales;

public SalesPlanning(ISalesReport )
{
_sales = sales;
}

public void CheckSales()
{
bool result = _sales.AchievedSales();
if (result)
Console.WriteLine(‘Ring the Bell’);
else
Console.WriteLine(‘Play Cold Winter Breeze MP3′);
}
}
class Program
{
static void Main(string[] args)
{
SalesPlanning _planning = new SalesPlanning(new SalesReport());
_planning.CheckSales();
}
}

Rad Notifications Toast

And yet another awesome Rad Control.Not sure how long this one has been around but I needed something similar to Toast windows I have been creating in Jquery for literally years now, Well or course the Telerik team has neatly bundled this up into a control that is accessible from server, client, cloud, and travelling comet. I am talking about the Rad Notification.

An event notification window that usually requires quite a bit of code due to all of your interdependencies and really on what you are trying to do. My version was hybrid of a code snippet from jquery from years ago. To deploy this into a web page I will write a service or handler expecting events and in the calling pages (client side mouse events) reference 3 JavaScript files, 3 images. On the server side of the page I would build up the launching window script programmatically. The built up script allows for reusability throughout the project once implemented. So things like Toast window size,icons, Header Text, message body & Time to Live are all passed in and return your choice of actual control or a string that is the launching script. Really a nice solution in a generic page scenario. Of course not my scenario today as I have just way to many things going on in my current application with a lot of older ajax panels interfering etc. So I said who would have already built something like this and thinks the same way I do of packaging things up neatly. Why Telerik of course.

So on to “Story board” I am tracking pdfs loaded in another hybrid pdf viewer below. As the pages are viewed I check / mark the pages complete. Once I reach certain thresholds I update the user profile.
prog3
Nice so far but when I am done here I initially go for the old school “return confirm”
~ Congrats you’re done etc.

The problem with this web 1.0 is that any time an event is fired this window can reappear or even worse refuse to leave and even though you are finished reading the file … well you get the idea. Its beyond annoying.

Here is where the Toast style notification  is perfect.
We notify the user and allow them to continue with business.

Problem: Event notifications annoying and potential errors.

Solution: Toolbar / Sidebar notification

Attempt 1:
(My Jquery Growler)
New solution cannot be implemented as client side scripts need to call server to be scaffolded and then
be written in parent window and on and on….. So my old 2.0 solution would have been great
but we to elevate this where we treat the events as nothing more than a message chain.

Attempt 2:

Telerik RadNotification:
Great my project team is already using Telerik and they have the latest libraries for ASPX.
I have a working prototype in a few minutes.


function CallClientShow() {

var notification = $find(“<%=RadNotification1.ClientID %>”);
//notification.show();
window.parent.notification.show();

}

done
Nice.!! my window fades in to top right corner and all of the settings are configurable
from within visual studio. Less hassle for future developers, myself and my reusability is maintained !!

 

 

Apples Oranges Bananas and Watermelon

Listening in on some conversation this morning to my heroes of code and these languages came up:

opa – http://opalang.org

ember – emberjs.com

dart – https://www.dartlang.org

typescript – http://www.typescriptlang.org

Typescript I know and I have opted out on but OPA

looks like a not so usual suspect and promising. Ember has

been burning our ears but I never seem to dive in. Definitely will give it a go this week.

How about you hackers???

Matt

The elusive 500 error ?#@!

500 Server error means that a script has thrown an error, this is not a broken link

Set you Browser to show friendly http errors so you can debug the script.

Then turn on your favorite Tracing tool.

But for a real clue in an MVC application you may need to handle those Route Requests….

Happy Coding

 

GT 500 instead :-D