Join Anton Delsink for an in-depth discussion in this video Update .GetFeed for likes and shares, part of Object Oriented Programming with C#.
- [Instructor] Let's take one more look at our use cases.…We are able to have a user create a post.…A user can follow another user, we can get the feed,…a user can like a post, and a user can share a post.…We now need to go to the feed method…and make it include the likes and shares…that we've previously implemented.…So we'll add one more test method,…bottom of the file,…test number five,…now go back up to test number four,…and copy and paste all of the code about the users,…and the posts, and those being published,…and those being liked and shared.…
So on my screen from line 81 to 101, control+C,…coming down to test 005, paste.…So, let's just think what we're trying to accomplish…when I say "get feed", I want a feed that includes…liked content, shared content,…and of course the original posts.…So user one will be the user…for whom we want to obtain a feed.…User one will follow user two, three, four, and five.…We'll have two posts of content,…published by user two and three,…but this time, instead of user one liking content,…
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