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How to upload a static HTML site using only PnP Powershell access?

As per the link you cited, there are only a few places you can upload an .aspx file where it will execute and display the file as a page.

Of the locations enumerated in your cited link, I would suggest the Style Library.

Add-PnpFile -Path “C:<Local Path to file>test.aspx” -Folder “/sites/MySite/Style Library/“ -Connection $MyConnection

This will upload the file to the Style Library in that site. If the file already exists, it will be overwritten.

Please mark as Answer if this solved your problem.

design patterns – Getters and (static) processor vs multiple processor wrappers

I’ve got a class which stores two data series like so. I need to do some complicated processing on each of these arrays, but for now we’ll just get the average of each data series. I could either do this:

class DataMangler
{
    private array $dataArrayA = ();
    private array $dataArrayB = ();

    // stand in for complicated calculation
    private static function getAverage(array $dataArray): ?float
    {
        $sum = array_sum($dataArray);
        $count = count($dataArray);
        if (0 === $count) {
            return null;
        }
        return $sum / $count;
    }

    public function getAAverage(): ?float
    {
        return self::getAverage($this->dataArrayA);
    }

    public function getABverage(): ?float
    {
        return self::getAverage($this->dataArrayB);
    }
}

and then I can call each method individually.

Or I could add getters for each data array, and the caller has to pass them into the (now public) average calculation:

class DataMangler
{
    private array $dataArrayA = ();
    private array $dataArrayB = ();

    // stand in for complicated calculation
    public static function getAverage(array $dataArray): ?float
    {
        $sum = array_sum($dataArray);
        $count = count($dataArray);
        if (0 === $count) {
            return null;
        }
        return $sum / $count;
    }

    public function getA(): array
    {
        return $this->dataArrayA;
    }

    public function getB(): array
    {
        return $this->dataArrayB;
    }
}
$dataMangler->getAverage($dataMangler->getA());

Is there a rule of thumb for the better pattern?


(While writing this, I thought of a third option which is to make the dataArrays be fully fledged objects, which contain the logic for the complicated calculation. It still raises the question of getters for each DataArray object a la $dataMangler->getA()->getAverage() or add wrappers around the average so it is still $dataMangler->getAAverage())

c++ – Coding a magic square using 1d or 2d arrays using static allocation

I wanted to know if someone can find a better way to code this in C++ using 1 or 2 dimensional arrays instead of int tables. It has to be a static 7×7 array where the user can make a 3×3 or 5×5 or 7×7 magic square.

Static allocation and is allocated on a stack and not a heap, and static array or static matrices.

Write a program that queries the user for an odd integer n, where n is a 3, a 5, or a 7. Create a 7×7 static matrix and use it to produce an n x n magic square as described in the problem..

Static arrays or static matrices must be used for this assignment; that is
memory for the matrix must be allocated at compile time; solutions that do not use static allocation are unacceptable.

Here is my code

/*--------------------------------------------------------------------
 Program to construct magic squares of odd size.
 Input: Size of square (odd #)
 Output: A magic square
 ----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
#include <iostream>      // cin, cout, >>, <<
#include <iomanip>      // setw()
#include <cstdlib>      // exit()
using namespace std;

const int MAX_DIM = 7;
typedef int IntTable(MAX_DIM)(MAX_DIM );

void createMagic(IntTable square, int n);
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------
 Construct a magic square of odd size n.
 Precondition: size of square is odd positive integer.
 Postcondition: square stores an n x n magic square.
 ----------------------------------------------------------------------*/

void display(IntTable t, int n);
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------
 Display an n x n magic square.
 Precondition: None.
 Postcondition: square is output to cout.
 ----------------------------------------------------------------------*/

int main()
{
    IntTable square;
    int sizeOfSquare;
    cout << "nEnter size of magic square (odd number): ";
    cin >> sizeOfSquare;
    createMagic(square, sizeOfSquare);
    display(square, sizeOfSquare);
}

//--- Definition of createMagic()
void createMagic(IntTable square, int n)
{
    if((n % 2 == 0) || n < 3 || n > 7) { cerr << "Size of magic square must be odd and between 3 and 7 (inclusive).n";
     exit(1); 
     }

    int row,
        col;
    for (row = 0; row < n; row++)
        for (col = 0; col < n; col++)
            square(row)(col) = 0;
    row = 0;
    col = n / 2;
    for (int k = 1; k <= n * n; k++)
    {
        square(row)(col) = k;
        row--;
        col++;
        if (row < 0 && col >= n)
        {
            row += 2;
            col--;
        }
        if (row < 0)
            row = n - 1;
        if (col >= n)
            col = 0;
        if (square(row)(col) != 0)
        {
            row += 2;
            col--;
        }
    }
}

//--- Definition of display()
void display(IntTable t, int n)
{
    const int WIDTH = 4;
    cout << "nMagic square is:n" << endl;
    for (int i = 0; i < n; i++)
    {
        for(int j = 0; j < n; j++)
            cout << setw(WIDTH) << t(i)(j);
        cout << endl << endl;
    }
}

c# – How to convince colleagues to stop writing static classes

I recently joined a new company. After working on some projects I noticed a pattern. Every project contains a lot of static classes. A lot of static Helper classes. ApiHelper JsonHelper UmbracoHelper ContextHelper DbContextHelper. Etcetera.

Now I know that this is not a good sign, and I tried to explain. They really want to learn, but I can’t get myself to explain it right. Why should we avoid this static pattern? In our case we work in C# .NET.


Two reasons I could think of:

  • Static classes avoid the single responsibility principal?
  • Static classes are not testable?

magento2 – The static folder does not contain the editted JS file?

I am trying to edit one of the callbacks of the gdpr-cookie module in the directoy vendor/amasty/gdpr-cookie/view/frontend/web/js/cookies.js:

      allowCookies: function() {
            actionAllow().done(function() {

                //my code here

                $(this.barSelector).remove();
                cookieModel.triggerAllow();
            }.bind(this));
        },

But when I compile and build it:

bin/magento setup:di:compile
bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy

The un-edited file show up in the static folder (pub/static/frontend/.../Amasty_GdprCookie/js/cookies.js) .
So the lines that I added are not there.
I also clear the cache each time.

What am I doing wrong? Is the module being loaded from another directory? Where should I edit it?

magento2.4 – magento 2.4 newsletter form loses recapatcha when called from static block

On my magento 2.4 I’ve enabled magento’s google recaptcha from the security settings and I have enabled it for newsletter subscription form.

On my website, I have two instances of the subscription form: one in footer, and another one in the home page.

Both calls the default Subscribe block, but the footer form is the default subscribe.phtml template while for the other one I create a phtml template in the design folder, then created a cms static block that calls this template with:

{{block class="MagentoNewsletterBlockSubscribe" name="static.newsletter" template="Magento_Newsletter::static-subscribe.phtml"}}

On the footer form, everything works as expected, including the invisible captcha, while on the other form, the form itself works but there is no captcha.

How can I have the captcha on the custom form as well?

On magento default recaptcha-newsletter module, magento called the recaptcha block by a referenceContainer to the footer handle. My custom template, however, is not inside the footer handle, therefore the recaptcha block is not called. I think I have to create a custom xml layout, call the appropriate handle and call the recaptcha block from there, but I don’t know what the appropriate handle is for a cms block. I tried with a referenceBlock to both the identifier and the name of the block that I set on the backend, but none work.

vps – setup VPN with static ip on a server

There is some confusion over what a VPN is as it’s been used by a lot of commercial vendors to imply a system where you tunnel all your PCs traffic to their endpoint. VPNs are also links between your machine and a private infrastructure (like a corporate or school infrastructure), but that limits the traffic that flows over it to just private IPs and DNS.

You probably want a VPN bridge between your PC and your CentOS server. For that, I’d suggest looking at WireGuard. There are many tutorial on it. Choose a private IP range and create a WireGuard link so you can SSH to your server over it. Then you can restrict SSH access on your machine so it’s only accessible via the WireGuard IP address, and not the whole world.

The next step would be to tunnel your traffic through your CentOS box. There are two ways you can do this. Setup WireGuard to route all your Internet traffic, or just install a proxy server on your CentOS VM for web traffic. There’s TinyProxy, Dante, and others. Then you can use the FoxyProxy browser extension to access that proxy server (be sure to access it over WireGuard/VPN and limit the proxy access to your VPN IP range). This is a good solution if you only want to proxy your HTTP/Web browsing traffic.

There are many tutorial on how to do this, on the WireGuard official page, and on the pages for the proxy servers I’ve listed.

You might also want to look at OpenVPN. It’s older than WireGuard, and slower, but there is more documentation on setting it up.