In this video, craft up business objects to represent the return objects to simplify your code.
- [Instructor] Now to simplify our code,…the first thing I'll do is define a new module…called business objects.…So remember there were two distinct operations here.…One was the process of enrolling a person's speech,…and the second was identifying the speech.…So both of them are going to return a json object,…let's call it enrollment status or identification status,…so I decided to call both of them request status,…and they will contain the following properties:…Status, Created Date, Last Action Date and Time,…and Processing Result.…
And Processing Result, as you can see over here,…well, it's got certain properties.…Now you can assume that the identification profile ID…will be present only in the identification request,…and the enrollment status will be present…only in enrollment status request.…So I have created a singular business object…to represent both of these operations.…So one is request status,…and the second is processing result.…And using the code pattern you see…from line seven to nine, the constructor,…
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