Our names are Mike and Nick Branstein. We are brothers, .NET developer consultants, and technology evangelists. We work for KiZAN Technologies, a Louisville, KY based technology consulting firm specializing in Microsoft services and solutions. This blog, its contents and opinions are our own, and do not reflect those of our employer. We blog about technology, development tools and techniques, application lifecycle management, gaming, the web, and team building.
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I took the code challenges at the Kizan table at CodePalousa, got one
and flunked two.
The scope challenge is bugging me, and I wonder if you can point me to
a copy of that challenge. I want to try to understand what I did not understand!
Your brother gave me his card and said you may have that challenge code
Thanks, take care
The scope challenge is a bit misleading, in retrospect. The second answer is undefined, which is what Chrome outputs to the console. We should have changed it to be a bit more straight-forward.
First let me thank you for the helpful tool you created, http://nsimage.brosteins.com/
Since yesterday, I can’t use it. I mean, it is not giving back a zip file. I hope when you get a min you will check what is going on.
Server Error in ‘/’ Application.
Description: An application error occurred on the server. The current custom error settings for this application prevent the details of the application error from being viewed remotely (for security reasons). It could, however, be viewed by browsers running on the local server machine.
Details: To enable the details of this specific error message to be viewable on remote machines, please create a tag within a “web.config” configuration file located in the root directory of the current web application. This tag should then have its “mode” attribute set to “Off”.
Notes: The current error page you are seeing can be replaced by a custom error page by modifying the “defaultRedirect” attribute of the application’s configuration tag to point to a custom error page URL.
Thank you – I’m not sure what happened, but everything is working ok now.
I’m starting out with NativeScript and downloaded “The NativeScript” PDF book. First of all, thank you for making the book available! Second, a suggestion. It would be great if the PDF edition could have a linked TOC, both in the PDF sidebar and in the book’s TOC as well. As it is, the PDF document has no TOC listing in the sidebar, which makes the 450 pages really hard to navigate. Also, the TOC pages in the book itself have no links and so it is not possible to click on it and navigate there. All this makes the book difficult to use since the only way to navigate through the 450 pages is using the mouse (or touchpad) to scroll.
Thanks for the feedback Tim – we’re working on some updates to the eBook version and this is something we hope to solve in the future!
Hello Mike and Nick
i found out your names browsing nativescript site and downloading your book
my Name is Giampaolo, i’m a senior solution architect for an american company but i’m based in italy even if i travel a lot
the company i work for, use native platform to develop mobile apps which means, android studio and java and object C for IOS
recently i started to investigate in new ways to develop mobile apps very close to native one
in particular i would develop as a demo to show to my team a mobile app that implement an Oauth2 authentication.
our product can register 3rd party application and use API to invoke our business logic and everything works with Oauth2 authentication. i registered my own webapp that use oauth2 and i used nodejs, express, ejs and everything works fine. now i don’t know how to cacth the ‘code’ to pass to the authenitcation call to retrieve the token becasue in the mobile app there is not the concept of return url.
maybe this comment is too long, but if you can contact me would be very kind so i can explain better
thank you so much