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Access to User ID/ActivityID (Universal App)
I have a hybrid-type of app that uses a WebView and native part.
In the native part, I want to implement some functionality that is only available when in the mobile environment (call it "business logic"). But when in the browser, it has no "sense" to force the user to activate/check on the background.
To do so, I need to access the unique identifier of the Windows Phone user.
I've found out that this identifier can be found in the local database (store).
But I've been searching for hours now, and still do not understand how to access this ID/ActivityID.
Can somebody please help me out?
I'm sorry for my bad english.
In the browser or webview you can't.
You will have to do something in the native side.
The only way that I can think is if you have access to the host system.
In this case, the code will be in the.js
If you don't have access to the host (for example, you are running a local server and you want to access it from an webbrowser) you will need to make some kind of proxy which will act like a local server and you will be able to access the database.
.Net Core pre-compilation on OSX
I've got a.NET Core 1.0.0 project I want to compile into an OSX app. I've generated the app, but the app always fails to load in the pre-compiled state.
I can successfully build and run the app from the command line, I can't seem to find anything I can do to get the app to load from the pre-compiled state.