Validating package payload
Our request hit a controller so we can build this from from received parameters.
Having a proper Form Object we are sure that we will provide valid parameters in any place In this way, we delegate input validation to a particular service.
Let’s see how it could look like with option which is supposed to be an array of all required URL query params.
We validate if incoming request contains all parameters we provided in these options. we may want that user always provide when listing some content to avoid fetching all records from our DB.
Here is the command-line common usage syntax for Make Appx.
Make Appx [pack|unpack|bundle|unbundle|encrypt|decrypt] [/h /kf /kt /l /o /no /nv /v /pfn /?
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