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Wednesday, August 27, 2014
27 Aug 2014U
Akhil Mittal
How to create MVC application and perform CRUD operations using EntityFramework
27 Aug 2014U
Akhil Mittal
Unit of Work Pattern and Repository Pattern, and how to perform CRUD operations in an MVC application.
27 Aug 2014U
Akhil Mittal
This article is an introduction to Knockout.js and CRUD Operations in ASP.NET Web Forms using Knockout.JS.
26 Aug 2014N
YawerIqbal
Introduction Java script is an interesting and popular programming language. Its syntax is easy, features are cool and its role is becoming more and more important every day in web development. Usually it is easy to get started with JavaScript because a lot of resources and community help is availab
26 Aug 2014U
Matt Perdeck
Learn how to load test your web site with StresStimulus, a load tester extension to Fiddler.
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
C#
26 Aug 2014N
Project Sfx
A C# class for generating an audio waveform asynchronously.
26 Aug 2014U
TheCodeKing
A example showing how to authenticate a Twitter application using oAuth and the application access token.
26 Aug 2014U
voloda2
An article describing a simple .NET library which simply keeps your database schema up-to-date.
26 Aug 2014N
MANPREET SINGH
Nintex store in Office 365/SharePoint 2013
26 Aug 2014N
Ivan Krivyakov
Observing Unhandled Exceptions In .NET unhandled exceptions can be observed via AppDomain.UnhandledException event: AppDomain.CurrentDomain.UnhandledException += myHandler; // C# In Win32 unhandled exceptions are observed via SetUnhandledExceptionFilter call: SetUnhandledExceptionFilter(myfilter); /
26 Aug 2014N
Samuel Cragg
With C# 5 (.NET 4.5) it became a lot easier to create asynchronous methods. There’s also a great MSDN article on how to leverage this using MVVM so that you can have properties update the view when they’ve finished loading. What I wanted was a simple control that would indicate to the us
26 Aug 2014N
Artem Smirnov
codeproject There are many cases when you want to start a long operation and watch its progress. In my Chpokk project (a C# and VB.Net IDE), you can see it when you create a project (primarily when adding NuGet packages, which can be long), compiling, executing, and automated testing. The proble
26 Aug 2014N
Keyhole Software
In Part 1 of this series, I discussed the basics of loading data from an XML file into a database using JAXB and JPA. (If JSON is called for instead of XML, then the same idea should translate to a tool like Jackson.) The approach is to use shared domain objects – i.e. a single […]
26 Aug 2014U
Sacha Barber
What Is ZeroMQ ZeroMq is a C library that contains a bunch of insane sockets, that provide a very very cool abstraction over the typical socket code you would find yourself writing. It provides building blocks by way of a standard set of sockets that have been built with certain scenarios in mind. T
26 Aug 2014N
Sacha Barber
Last time we looked at the different socket types within ZeroMq, and I also told you their equivalent in NetMq (which is what I use for these posts). This time we will look at 3 small areas of ZeroMq, which are none the less very important areas, and should not be overlooked. These areas are [&#8230
26 Aug 2014U
Max Kleyzit
A customizable .NET WinForms message box with three buttons, custom icon, and checkbox.
26 Aug 2014U
Philippe Cayouette, Sebastien Gibeau
Ensuring that objects allocated in one dynamic library are deleted by the same library has always been a challenge. Solutions prior to the advent of C++11 often make the usage of the library cumbersome. This is a solution using smart pointers' custom deleters.

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