How to build REST Web services using ASP.NET Web API and MongoDB
I need a script which will take data from an XML API and insert it into a database based on the product code given. Documentation for the API can be found here: [url removed, login to view] The script would need to sit on my local server and allow me to simply enter a product code into a form. Once done, the script must access the API and retrieve all the neccersary information and store it in my database. I will give you my API keys and a list of the required fields that would be needed to transferred to the database.
We currently have a source code for an application that was developed using FLEX and [url removed, login to view] the FLEX source was been compiled with the FLEX framework and was never organized into the Adobe FLEX Development environment (We need to organize it on the latest version of Adobe FLEX that as far as i know is FLEX 4.7). What we need is someone that is very good working with FLEX and Also have skills on Visual Studio ASP development. We need the code that was never organized in the Adobe FLEX environment to be organized there into a single project and that project needs to be able to Compile and generate the Actual SWF files that need to be generated and the project should be able to be used to further development the application. ALL the ASP code MUST be reorganized into a NEW VISUAL STUDIO 2017, development project so together with the FLEX generated files can be used to further develop the Solution as well.
Multiple Request: <soapenv:Envelope xmlns:soapenv="[url removed, login to view]"> <soapenv:Header/> <soapenv:Body> <MIKE:pFU> <uId>?</uId> <p>?</p> <UFL> <MIKE:UFD> <MIKE:NVPFF> <MIKE:name>NULL</MIKE:name> <MIKE:value>NULL</MIKE:value> </MIKE:NVPFF> <MIKE:wII>105</MIKE:wII> <MIKE:b>659-458</MIKE:b> <MIKE:fT>P1B</MIKE:fT> <MIKE:action/> </MIKE:UFD> <MIKE:UFD> <MIKE:NVPFF> <MIKE:name>NULL</MIKE:name> <MIKE:value>NULL</MIKE:value> </MIKE:NVPFF> <MIKE:wII>363</MIKE:wII> <MIKE:b>756-124</MIKE:b> <MIKE:fT>P1B</MIKE:fT> <MIKE:action/> </MIKE:UFD> <MIKE:UFD> <MIKE:NVPFF> <MIKE:name>NULL</MIKE:name> <MIKE:value>NULL</MIKE:value> </MIKE:NVPFF> <MIKE:wII>354</MIKE:wII> <MIKE:b>741-652</MIKE:b> <MIKE:fT>P1B</MIKE:fT> <MIKE:action/> </MIKE:UFD> </UFL> </MIKE:pFU> </soapenv:Body> </soapenv:Envelope> Loop the request and for each UFD send Response with wII, b, s, and sM shown below. <soapenv:Envelope xmlns:soapenv="[url removed, login to view]"> <soapenv:Header/> <soapenv:Body> <MIKE:pFUR> <RSL> <MIKE:RS> <MIKE:wII>105</MIKE:wII> <MIKE:b>659-458</MIKE:b> <MIKE:s>Success</MIKE:s> <MIKE:sM>Successfully updated for: 659-458; 105; P1B</MIKE:sM> </MIKE:RS> </RSL> </MIKE:pFUR> </soapenv:Body> </soapenv:Envelope>
I need a PHP file that can submit by CURL, to an endpoint. So 2 files: 1. [url removed, login to view] - this file will allow a user to populate fields and use curl to send via post to an enpoint ([url removed, login to view]) 2. [url removed, login to view] - this file will need to extract all of the data array fields in teh [url removed, login to view] curl post and ECHO them back in a data array. The data array can be xml or json return (I'm not sure the best result) The variable fields that are passed will be processed and I need to be able to return an array of data back. So the [url removed, login to view] file will need to be able to have the proper function Psuedo logic: 1. Send data to "[url removed, login to view]" 2. Parse fields to be processed (for this project, we'll just uppercase all of the fields and return them to the [url removed, login to view])
I have two apps that need some work done to them, but I'm not the best with C#, Java, or XML. I have everything you will need to do the work. All your questions will be answered and I have a million questions that I would like answered as well. I don't have a huge budget, but if you can do quality work for me and answer my questions, I will hire you for more jobs.
Hi. I require a hybrid app of about 5-6 screens. I have slides containing all the screens in the app. I can also provide you with slicings of all buttons and logos in the app so that you do not have to design much. Please let me know how I can contact you for further discussion. - Abdullah Ahmad
We have a flashlight (torch) application in google Play store and we are looking for downloads, good rating & comments. We are also testing the app on different devices and hence we are also looking for constructive criticism to help improve it & also improve other planned app releases. Your job is to download the app, if it works for your device, give it highest ratings(hopefully) and leave a nice comment. A winner will be picked from a pool of the highest raters & best comments. Constructive criticism can be channeled through the "Send email" in the developer section at the bottom of the apps playstore page. The name of the app is "Flashlight - Eco LED torch" by "Delcom Digitals" and the link to the Play store app is "[url removed, login to view]". Also attached is the icon of the app. Easiest 10 dollars to win. Cheers guys.