I think just based on the general definition of "reactive" that the push idea of observer is more accurate than side-effect. I can understand that Erik may have other ideas to it and prefer a change, but I'm not so sure "side-effect" is better.
Both definitions carry a negative connotation in context; however, "side-effect" has a greater negative weight then "reactive".
If I had any opinion that mattered, as if... I would say some mathematical terms could be more relevant to describe this evolving pattern, sort of like "state functions" and "integrals"... but, for me.. reactive is fine.
hello, I've been going through the training kit (HOL) that is provided here.. been very helpful so far. However, on lab 5 dealing with PLM.. i get an error after suspending/shutting down the simulator of the cookbook app and attempting to restart the simulator, and just a blank screen if launching the application directly within the simulator.
the is the error:
System.NullReferenceException was unhandled by user code HResult=-2147467261 Message=Object reference not set to an instance of an object. Source=ContosoCookbook StackTrace: at ContosoCookbook.ItemDetailPage.LoadState(Object navigationParameter, Dictionary`2 pageState) in f:\Development\Win8CS_Lab\Labs\05 - PlmCS\Source\ContosoCookbook\ItemDetailPage.xaml.cs:line 79 at ContosoCookbook.Common.LayoutAwarePage.OnNavigatedTo(NavigationEventArgs e) in f:\Development\Win8CS_Lab\Labs\05 - PlmCS\Source\ContosoCookbook\Common\LayoutAwarePage.cs:line 375 InnerException:
line 79 is: this.DefaultViewModel["Group"] = item.Group;
I'm fairly new to all of this, and imagine that during the applications OnLaunched, it verifies if the rootFrame exists (which is doesn't after termination and a deferal had been created?), but to our demise, the LoadState method is failing because it does not have the context or handle to the data? I'm not even sure I have a clue what I'm talking about here...
I will try to set a breakpoint to the LoadState entry and watch what is happening there, but I really do not know what is wrong and especially how to fix it.
any direction would be helpful to me understanding this... thanks!
would be nice to see the jobs parallelized, but may be limited by the renderer you're using.
eventhough this example (256 worker roles, ~1 hour) would only equate to about 30$USD cost... any size studio would and does run 24/7 at times... this could be very cost prohibitive. I estimated this to be around 22K$ USD/mo. (?) that's really expensive.