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Modern technologies have created lots of opportunities, customers presently judge companies on the digital experience first. Businesses need to rethink how they interact with their customers and are turning to advance initiatives to assist them to transform that relationship.

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  • The advantages of having a customer identity at the establishment of your digital transformation.

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Jack Forbes

Jack Forbes

1608210479

Guide to Modern Customer Identity

Digital technology has changed customer expectations. It’s a big assertion, but mobile devices, apps, machine learning, AI, and automation allow customers to get what they need when they need it.

These moving customer expectations are resulting in a new modern consumer—one who is continually connected, app-native, and very aware of what they can do with new innovation.

Modern technologies have created lots of opportunities, customers presently judge companies on the digital experience first. Businesses need to rethink how they interact with their customers and are turning to advance initiatives to assist them to transform that relationship.

In this e-book, you will learn:

The advantages of having a customer identity at the establishment of your digital transformation.

How to use an identity solution to improve your customer engagement and boost the value of your current marketing stack.

How to build customer trust and guarantee that your brand is protected with an identity solution to help oversee and secure customer data and protection.

Download E-book: [Guide to Modern Customer Identity](Digital technology has changed customer expectations. It’s a big assertion, but mobile devices, apps, machine learning, AI, and automation allow customers to get what they need when they need it.

These moving customer expectations are resulting in a new modern consumer—one who is continually connected, app-native, and very aware of what they can do with new innovation.

Modern technologies have created lots of opportunities, customers presently judge companies on the digital experience first. Businesses need to rethink how they interact with their customers and are turning to advance initiatives to assist them to transform that relationship.

In this e-book, you will learn:

  • The advantages of having a customer identity at the establishment of your digital transformation.

  • How to use an identity solution to improve your customer engagement and boost the value of your current marketing stack.

  • How to build customer trust and guarantee that your brand is protected with an identity solution to help oversee and secure customer data and protection.

Download E-book: https://www.loginradius.com/resource/guide-to-modern-customer-identity/ “Guide to Modern Customer Identity”)

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Jammie  Yost

Jammie Yost

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A Procedural Macro for Defining Nom Combinators in Simple DSL For Rust

nom-rule  

A procedural macro for defining nom combinators in simple DSL. Requires nom v5.0+.

Dependencies

[dependencies]
nom = "7"
nom-rule = "0.2"

Syntax

The procedural macro rule! provided by this crate is designed for the ease of writing grammar spec as well as to improve maintainability, it follows these simple rules:

  1. TOKEN: match the token by token kind. You should provide a parser to eat the next token if the token kind matched. it will get expanded into match_token(TOKEN).
  2. ";": match the token by token text. You should provide a parser to eat the next token if the token text matched. it will get expanded into match_text(";") in this example.
  3. #fn_name: an external nom parser function. In the example above, ident is a predefined parser for identifiers.
  4. a ~ b ~ c: a sequence of parsers to take one by one. It'll get expanded into nom::sequence::tuple.
  5. (...)+: one or more repeated patterns. It'll get expanded into nom::multi::many1.
  6. (...)*: zero or more repeated patterns. It'll get expanded into nom::multi::many0.
  7. (...)?: Optional parser. It'll get expanded into nom::combinator::opt.
  8. a | b | c: Choices between a, b, and c. It'll get expanded into nom::branch::alt.
  9. &a: Peek. It'll get expanded into nom::combinator::peek(a). Note that it doesn't consume the input.
  10. !a: Negative predicate. It'll get expanded into nom::combinator::not. Note that it doesn't consume the input.
  11. ^a: Cut parser. It'll get expanded into nom::combinator::cut.
  12. ... : "description": Context description for error reporting. It'll get expanded into nom::error::context.

Example

Define match_text parser and match_token parser for your custom token type. You can use nom::combinator::fail as match_token if your parser use &str or &[u8] as input because you won't match on token kinds.

#[derive(Clone, Debug, PartialEq)]
struct Token<'a> {
    kind: TokenKind,
    text: &'a str,
    span: Span,
}

#[derive(Clone, Copy, Debug, PartialEq)]
enum TokenKind {
    Whitespace,

    // Keywords
    CREATE,
    TABLE,

    // Symbols
    LParen,
    RParen,
    Semicolon,
    Comma,

    Ident,
}

fn match_text<'a, Error: ParseError<Input<'a>>>(
    text: &'a str,
) -> impl FnMut(Input<'a>) -> IResult<Input<'a>, &'a Token<'a>, Error> {
    move |i| satisfy(|token: &Token<'a>| token.text == text)(i)
}

fn match_token<'a, Error: ParseError<Input<'a>>>(
    kind: TokenKind,
) -> impl FnMut(Input<'a>) -> IResult<Input<'a>, &'a Token<'a>, Error> {
    move |i| satisfy(|token: &Token<'a>| token.kind == kind)(i)
}

Then give the two parser to nom_rule::rule! by wrapping it into a custom macro:

macro_rules! rule {
    ($($tt:tt)*) => { 
        nom_rule::rule!($crate::match_text, $crate::match_token, $($tt)*)
    }
}

To define a parser for the SQL of creating table:

let mut rule = rule!(
    CREATE ~ TABLE ~ #ident ~ ^"(" ~ (#ident ~ #ident ~ ","?)* ~ ")" ~ ";" : "CREATE TABLE statement"
);

It will get expanded into:

let mut rule = 
    nom::error::context(
        "CREATE TABLE statement",
        nom::sequence::tuple((
            (crate::match_token)(CREATE),
            (crate::match_token)(TABLE),
            ident,
            (nom::combinator::cut(crate::match_text)("(")),
            nom::multi::many0(nom::sequence::tuple((
                ident,
                ident,
                nom::combinator::opt((crate::match_text)(",")),
            ))),
            (crate::match_text)(")"),
            (crate::match_text)(";"),
        ))
    );

Auto Sequence (nightly only)

nom-rule is able to automatically insert ~ in the rule when necessary so that you get the example above working the same as the following:

let mut rule = rule!(
    CREATE TABLE #ident "(" (#ident #ident ","?)* ")" ";" : "CREATE TABLE statement"
);

To enable this feature, you need to use a nightly channel rust complier, and add this to the Cargo.toml:

nom-rule = { version = "0.2", features = ["auto-sequence"] }

Download Details:

Author: andylokandy
Source Code: https://github.com/andylokandy/nom-rule

License: MIT license

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Erwin  Boyer

Erwin Boyer

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Just because you’re using customer relationship management (CRM) tech, doesn’t mean it’s working, though. Here are a few questions to ask yourself to see if your tech is making or breaking your customer’s experience.

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