UWP-073 - Hero Explorer - Creating an MD5 Hash and Calling the API

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In this third video, Bob demonstrates how to make a call to the Marvel API by creating a hash of the public and private keys and a timestamp along with special cryptography classes in the framework. He then makes the call to the web API and deserializes the JSON into an object graph.

Lesson source code: https://github.com/Windows-Readiness/AbsoluteBeginnersWin10/tree/master/UWP-073/UWP-073

Full series source code: https://github.com/Windows-Readiness/AbsoluteBeginnersWin10

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    hi, could you tell us the simple fix at (17:18) please?

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    Nicholas Marks

    Hi Bob,

    What did you press or click at 7:23 to get that list up?

  • User profile image
    @Nicholas Marks ... I believe I did a "Quick Action", so either:

    Ctrl + .

    ... or ...

    Alt + Enter

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    @BRICEMARCEL ... I realize I'm 15 months too late to answer this, but I honestly can't remember. I barely have a memory of an improperly formed URL. The fact that I didn't explain the issue shows you that amount of fatigue as I neared the end of this marathon video course. I sincerely apologize.
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    Bd B

    Why don't you have to place [DataContract] and [DataMember] in your model everywhere like in the previous project?

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