Showing posts from March, 2017

Build React Native App (4) - Redux, Jest, and NativeBase

From this blog, typescript feature will be added. There are couple of ways to implement static type checking like; flow from facebook, PropTypes and Typescript.Typescript is well integrated with Visual Studio Code and supports better linter, error messages, and intellisense.Reference siteGithub Sample Ex4Currnet versionD:\GitRepo\reactnative>npm --version 6.3.0 D:\GitRepo\reactnative>react-native --version react-native-cli: 2.0.1 react-native: n/a - not inside a React Native project directory D:\GitRepo\reactnative>yarn --version 1.9.4 Creating React Native App$ react-native init ex4 If you want to specify the version, add "--version 0.57.3" at the end.Add NativeBase to React Native$ npm install native-base --save ... + native-base@2.8.1 added 71 packages from 42 contributors, removed 50 packages, updated 829 packages and audited 34989 packages in 138.542s found 0 vulnerabilities $ $ yarn yarn install v1.9.4 warning package-lock.json found. Your project contains l…

Creating Blog for Google Blogger using Visual Studio Code, Markdown, and Syntax Highlighter

Creating Blog for Google Blogger using Visual Studio, Markdown, and Syntax HighlighterIntroductionPrequisticsReferenceSteps1. Download markdown-it components2. Add JS and CSS to google template3. ResultSummaryIntroductionI used StackEdit to convert a Markdown document to html and the format has some problem with recent template from Blogger. The steps I used were; 1. Create Markdown document from local computer using Visual Studio Code to store it to my Git Repository 2. Copy it to StackEdit to convert to HTML 3. Paste it to Blogger admin page. I wanted to simply to eliminate StackEdit process and tried to generate HTML document directly from Visual Studio Code, but had lots of problems.The problem was thatNo extension to generate proper HTML document. There is pandoc component, but not working well with BloggerSet up Highlighter cdn to Blogger templateI wish this approach saves time to generate html document from BloggerPrequisticsNodejs: npm and markdown-itVisual Studio CodeMarkdown…

Linking One dimension to another foreign table with multiple keys in SSAS

During developing Product dimension, I had one challenge about linking between product and category. The challenge was that our ERP product model has multiple categories. It allows to link 10 categories to one product which causes lots of issue during building snowflake type connection.ReferenceFTDW(Fast Track Data Warehouse Reference Gudie)FTDW Sizing ToolGetting Currency HistoryUpdating data using Stored ProcedureCRUD Stored Procedure Generator toolkit for SSMS(Trial)AdventureWorks DW TutorialAdventureWorks Entire FilesWhat is problemAdventureWorks model for the productAs you see from the above picture, Product is linked to the subcategory and the subcategory linked to category with only one foreign key. During adding this foreign table to the main dimension table, most time, users will click Key field from foreign key field and move to dimension attribute pane to add it. If you think that you have two categories for one product, you can’t add using this method for the second foreig…