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Last night I posted an update for a web application that included new sorting features on most of the datagrids. (thanks tablesorter.js!) Anyhow, part of the new design are indicators in the column headers to show the sort status and direction.
I've just received two emails from the client that it looks great except the indicators are reversed for the sort directions...except they're not! Ascending is represented by a down arrow and Descending is an up arrow...just like it is in Excel and everywhere else! I shall give them what they ask for...even if it doesn't make sense.
I stand corrected...I just checked the tablesorter samples and you are right. I was thinking more about the flow of data down the page, as in smallest to largest would point down for ascending and vice-versa. No wonder I had to switch the code to make it work like I wanted! Like RyanDev said, I was up too late apparently!
OK - it is skating a bit close to a technical question, but really I just want an opinion on what word to use...
Say I have a class that is a Projection and I want it to do its thang and return the result, what should I call that ?
'''<summary>''' Marker interface to denote anything as being a projection over the given aggregate identifier
'''</summary>'''<remarks>''' The type-safety is to ensure the projection only operates on events of one kind
'''</remarks>PublicInterface IProjection(Of TAggregate As IAggregationIdentifier, TAggregateKey)
'''<summary>''' Run the projection using the specified event stream reader passed in
'''</summary>'''<paramname="eventStreamReader">''' The reader to use to get the event stream data
'''</param>OverloadsSub Project(ByVal eventStreamReader As IEventStreamReader(Of TAggregate, TAggregateKey))
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