Join Anton Delsink for an in-depth discussion in this video Implement SocialGraph.Follow (use case 2), part of Object Oriented Programming with C#.
- [Instructor] Moving on to our second use case,…now that we have users establishing content.…Our test method now will be about following users,…so I'm just looking at the content on line eight.…And so public, void, test, 002,…is now going to be all about a user following another user,…so starting to build out our social craft.…So user one equals new user,…put in number one, copy, paste,…you need a few of those so I'm going to copy and paste…until I have five.…
And so we'll go from user one through five,…change all the variable names and the identifiers.…And so now I want to say user one follows user two.…User one follows user three.…And build up a graph where user one by following user…two through five,…should see content published…by user two, three, four, and five.…And so I'll create the new variable for new object…for new class,…in this case I'll call it social graph.…
And social in the sense we have to decide what we call…these links, these associations.…They could be friends, they could be subscribers.…It depends on the buzz words of the marketing you need…
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