Call me a nerd (you wouldn’t be the first), but I am fascinated by metadata.
For years, I have been thinking about the importance of organizing our content on the CMI website so people can find what’s most important to them instead of what’s most recent, and I know metadata is the key to this. (In fact, I often think about this post from Doug Kessler on what he referred to as library marketing waaaay back in 2010.)
I’m new to Swift (coming over from PHP). I’m a little lost as the behaviour of UIView seems to be a little inconsistent for me.
On my main screen I have an activity list, with each activity item contained in a UIView. This interface is built on a UITableView with a custom prototype cell.
Tapping on an item causes a segue into a new view that should display the full article. What I’m noticing however is that while my UIView’s within the table cells seem to auto adjust their height to fit the length of the text content. The UIView I’m using for my article background does not resize.
I’m working on a small C# program to uninstall and reinstall windows appxpackages.
I’ve used many of the powershell commands manually and they all work fine if ran via powershell however I would like to just make a button that runs the command without having to go look up the command then copy paste it into the prompt window. I’ve researched this method for a few days now and I’ve not found anything helpful.
Everywhere I look other users have done something like this however while this will compile this will not do anything. Perhaps I am just not seeing something or perhaps not understanding something. Can anyone please help!