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Michiel Wouters
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Michiel Wouters
1 month 27 days ago

00:08: Introduction01:24: Today's Topics01:47: .Net Core 2.002:26: Setting up the project05:06: Creating the Main class06:13: Setting up the UserInformation class07:49: Namespaces09:35: Setting up the Main class code11:15: Setting up the WeatherInformation class12:15: Setting up the TrafficInformation class13:09: Main Class15:47: String Interpolation18:32: Returning values from the Get Accessor19:58: Summary20:53: Do's and Don'ts22:10: Outro and link to next lesson

Joseph Milcent
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Joseph Milcent
2 months 11 days ago

I'm a full beginner and i'm asking myself why don't you use a rpi with the magic mirror program installed on it?

Michiel Wouters
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Michiel Wouters
2 months 7 days ago
Hi Joseph. Thank you for your comment.The goal of this course is to learn / improve C# coding by writing a Magic Mirror app so it would't make much sense to just show the app running on a Raspberry Pi.You do present a compelling argument. I'm sure a lot of people are interested in getting the app to run on their device without having to go through all the coding. I'll create a video soon in which I'll show how the Magic Mirror App can be installed and run on a RPI.A tutorial on how to build the frame and… Read more »
Joseph Milcent
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Joseph Milcent
2 months 10 days ago

CodeBit ok thanks a lot 😉

CodeBit
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CodeBit
2 months 11 days ago

I don't see why he wouldn't be able to do that. .NET Core apps can run on Linux, and if you want to have a UWP app then I guess you can run Windows IoT on a raspberry pi (I haven't tried it myself).

Joseph Milcent
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Joseph Milcent
2 months 11 days ago

First of all thank you very much for your great work! It's clear and easy to understand. And secondly i love your dutsch accent !

CodeBit
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CodeBit
3 months 9 days ago

Wouldn't it be more consistent to return UserInformation from the "GetInformation" method, and then assign it to the private property?_userInformation = GetInformation();Maybe even rename it to "GetUserInformation"?

Michiel Wouters
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Michiel Wouters
3 months 9 days ago

Good point. I've updated the code in the Github repo.

CodeBit
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CodeBit
3 months 11 days ago

Great. When is the next tutorial being uploaded? 🙂

Michiel Wouters
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Michiel Wouters
1 month 27 days ago

Hi CodeBit. I'm planning on releasing a new video every 3 weeks on monday evening so the next part should be released on the 19th of March. Can't promise if I'll be able to keep meeting these deadlines since these videos take quite a bit of time to make, But I'll try to stick to shedule 🙂

CodeBit
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CodeBit
3 months 9 days ago

Awesome. I'll use the downtime to study C#/.NET more in-depth then. 🙂

Jake Walker
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Jake Walker
3 months 17 days ago

Thanks Michiel

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