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Process for building a single ClickOnce application to distribute to multiple clients with separate databases

I’m working on an application that is used by multiple clients. Each client currently has their own database, and the application code is in a client-specific repository.

My team is bringing the code together into one repository to make changes, upgrades and maintenance easier, but I’d like some advice on building and distributing the application from this single source. We currently have 5 different clients, and each has 3 environments (dev, uat, prod).

Currently, each client’s application is built and published manually via Visual Studio IDE, so the database, publish location, and other config are stored in the solution file and app.config. I want to move away from doing the build and publish manually via the IDE and towards a scripted process as I will eventually perform this as part of a larger release management process.

One suggestion from the team was to be able to build the application once and publish to a local server, then as each client was ready to receive the update, we would update/modify the database connection string and app.config settings to their client-specific values, and copy to their download location.

I’ve done some searching, and haven’t found any concrete examples of this being done.

Another option was to build the application for each client, using their client-specific settings, rather than just once – e.g. run a batch script to build and publish for all clients. There was some good advice in this question and this blog post which I have looked at, however I’m wondering if there is a better or different approach now that is recommended?

I’m not sure which would be the best way to go and would appreciate some advice. Are there other options I should consider?

How to distribute socket.io servers globally?

Socket.io service that needs constant communication with Mongodb. We currently have a load balancer server, 16 containers in a server (due to nodejs being single threaded, we split processes by dockers so we can utilize entire server) and a MongoDB server. We aren’t on production yet so we didn’t create a replication system. But we have a problem; Our servers are located in Europe. When i measure the latency between South America (We have lots of clients over there) and Europe, it measures around 200 ms. That might be a problem for us. If we create a socket server in South America, then our socket server and database server will have latency issues. Any idea on how to distribute them globally?

Distribute bash script ‘silently’ to multiple macos machines

We want to deploy a script ‘silently’ across all mac machines in organization. We have created a bash script that will run using launchd agent. we need to deploy the launchd agent and script on all macos machines. some instructions are needed during installation:

• The bash script ‘script1’ should be added to folder “/Library”

• Read and execute permissions should be added. Manually it can be done by running the command: “sudo chmod 511 /library/script1”

• The Agent “com.script1.plist” should be added to folder “/Library/LaunchAgents”

• Permission should be updated : “sudo chmod 644 /Library/LaunchAgents/com.script1.plist”

Can you please advise how to package all of this and distribute on all machines silently?

Distribute Program with Sheets API Credentials

I am trying to write a program that uses the Google Sheets API to read spreadsheets and operate on the data.

My program contains a credentials.json file which I obtained from the Java Quickstart page (also obtainable from the Google Developers Console). I cannot use the Sheets API without it.

I want to distribute my program to a few consumers. However, I am not sure what the risk is of distributing a program which contains this credentials.json file.

Anyone think he can enlighten me on the matter? Is there perhaps a safer alternative?

Distribute Program with Sheets API Credentials

I am trying to write a program that uses the Google Sheets API to read spreadsheets and operate on the data.

My program contains a credentials.json file which I obtained from the Java Quickstart page (also obtainable from the Google Developers Console). I cannot use the Sheets API without it.

I want to distribute my program to a few consumers. However, I am not sure what the risk is of distributing a program which contains this credentials.json file.

Anyone think he can enlighten me on the matter? Is there perhaps a safer alternative?

What is the most effective algorithm to evenly distribute n points on a 2 dimensional array so they are as separated as possible?

I am trying to code a game which currently uses a matrix ( that I am calling a map). On this map are islands which can be generated n times. The purpose of the algorithm is to distribute the islands across the map in a way that makes use of the space to ensure they are not too close or too far away from each other. This means that they cannot be too close to the edges of the map but not too centralised either. So the nature of the algorithm should not be random.

Here are some example outcomes if the algorithm functions correctly: The matrix is the map and the orange elements represent the islands

Notice that when there is an odd number of elements on an even matrix then there is an island in a odd position.

Jurassic Spark kids game needs to distribute fun more evenly [on hold]

I recently made up an outdoor kids adventure game that is really fun for most, but could use help with making the game more fun for ALL the kids. I conducted an anonymous survey afterwards and some kids were sad that they didn’t get to find the batteries (explained below). My question relates to this. I’m asking it on this site because I couldn’t find another more suitable one and it makes me think of the “spot light focus” in D&D where everyone (hopefully) gets a chance to shine.

The game is called Jurassic Spark. I’ve written up the details with lots of pictures on the Instructable for the game, but I’ll summarize here:

Target kid age: 4 to 7 years old.

Scenario: The Jurassic Spark electrified fence has lost power and many dangerous dinosaurs are on the loose. Can our brave explorers (kids) find the high power batteries to energize the fence before it’s too late? Watch out for the T-Rex!

There are 3 main roles involved in the game: explorers (kids), small dinosaurs (adults), and the terrifying T-Rex (adult)!

To win: the explorers need to find and return the 6 high power Batteries back to the Power Station to energize the electric fence before the dinosaurs tag all the explorers. Because the kids are young, the dinosaurs (adults) aren’t playing to win, just to make it an exciting challenge. The game lasts around 15 to 20 minutes.

Getting tagged: When a dinosaur tags an explorer, the explorer has to freeze and put their arms out like in freeze tag. Frozen explorers are encouraged to yell for assistance “Help! Help! A dino chomped me!” and can be unfrozen by being touched by another free explorer.

Tail stealing: The explorers are not completely defenseless, however. The small dinosaurs have tails that can be stolen and they hate that! “Roar! Who stole my tail!?” Tail lacking dinosaurs must return to the dinosaur pen before they can regrow their tail and return to hunting. I feel that this is a very important part of the game as it brings balance and a whole lot of fun. It also encourages lots of exciting team building as kids will often gang up on a dino to take it down or distract it. Once the electric fence is powered up, dinos that have their tails stolen are trapped in the pen until the game ends (usually only a minute or two).

T-REX: To up the level of excitement, we add a T-Rex wild card into the mix! The T-Rex cannot be stopped and loves chomping on explorers! There’s nothing quite like seeing a giant roaring T-Rex head chase or stalk their cute tiny prey 🙂

We played the game with 20 kids, 6 small dinosaurs, and 1 T-Rex.

Question: How can I make the game more fun for the kids that feel left out because they didn’t find a battery? We made a rule that a kid can only return one battery per game, but there are 6 batteries and 20 kids. The older kids tended to find the batteries each game. My gut is telling me that I wouldn’t be able to handle a game with 20 batteries.

The part that makes this extra challenging is that the kids are young and I can’t make too many complicated rules. We’ll add complexity as they grow older with tranquizer guns and stuff like that 🙂

If you are interested in reading all the survey feedback, it is near the bottom of the instructable.

Thanks!

Can I distribute a free app in Googleplay and sell the premium version of it in my own website?

  1. I am planning to create Free app and a paid app with added functionality. Earlier I was planing to sell it via Googleplay itself using onetime purchase option. But Google in app billing is too complicated for me to code as I have not found a decent sample. Now I am planning to distribute the Free app (ABC) via Googleplay. I create the full functional premium app with the same name (ABC Pro) and store it in my official website. User has to get the app after paying via a third party payment gateway. So these are basically two apps. Only thing is I am advertising and redirecting the users of the free app to my paid apk. Will this be illegal according to googleplay polices?

  2. I am planing to use the MAC address to create a unique list of premium app users which are hosted in my servers. So everytime a user opens a paid app, it checks if the device is listed there. Will it be practical?

Should I distribute stamps evenly between passports?

Like many other countries, Ukraine permits its citizens to have up to two passports, and I have made use of this possibility as a safeguard against passport loss. I now have one passport with a couple of EU stamps and another one with none.

Is it advisable for someone with two passports to travel with them interchangeably in order to get stamps into both?

Possible pros:
— Should I in fact lose a passport, the other one will have evidence of some travel history, hopefully allaying possible doubts of border control officers (not that they find me particularly suspicious; none of the three Schengen border guards I encountered have uttered a single word to me, including the first one who happily put the very first stamp into the passport).

Possible cons:
— Should I apply for a visa, the passport I submit won’t contain the entire evidence matching the travel history in the questionnaire.

Is travel history even a big deal to be worried about? Am I overthinking this? Past travels and intended destinations are Schengen zone countries.