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101 articles overall. 29 new, 72 updated.
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- Transfer and XFR Tools - gggustafson
This article presents two Windows utilities that copy the contents of directories and subdirectories from one directory to another. Transfer uses a graphical interface; XFR is a console application.
- Using partial mocks for non public methods testing - Enrique Albert
Pattern to follow using mock frameworks so non public methods can be tested. The code example is based on the RhinoMock framework but it is easily applicable to any other mock framework.
- Introduction to the QOR - Matthew Faithfull
The background, motivation, and architecture of the Querysoft Open Runtime.
- QOR Compiler Aspect - Matthew Faithfull
Open, currently tested on Windows, VC6, VSExpress2005, VSExpress2008, VS2012Desktop, CodeBlocks 12.11 with MinGW GCC 4.7.1, Rad Studio 2010 XE3; Open Suse Linux Netbeans 7.1 with GCC 4.6.2 and 7.2.1 with Clang 3.0.
- Canvas Control Library and New Forms Based System for building Web Pages and Websites - Akshay Srinivasan2
Canvas Control Library provides highly customizable controls using the HTML5 Canvas element. Also includes a New Forms Based system which is a new way to build your web pages and websites.
- Get Loaded with the File API - HTML5 Partners
- Collapsable Table View for iOS - Bernhard Häussermann
A set of source files that extends the UITableView so that it has sections that can be collapsed and expanded.
- Flexible List Control - Faraz Azhar from Karachi
Building a list control that allows anything to be added to it.
- MVVM # Episode 1 - _Maxxx_
Using an extended MVVM pattern for real world LOB applications: Part 1
- MVVM # Episode 2 - _Maxxx_
Using an extended MVVM pattern for real world LOB applications: Part 2
- MVVM # Episode 3 - _Maxxx_
Using an extended MVVM pattern for real world LOB applications: Part 3
- My Personal Commander Variant - Doc Lobster
A C#/WPF application for displaying folders on a grid and performing combined functions on them.
New Tips and Tricks added
Tips and Tricks updated
- C# Command Prompt class - Mehul Dhorda
This article describes a class that allows you to run a command and get its output.
- C# Hangman - Samuel Philip Blackford
A neat little hangman game I thought I might share.
New Technical Blogs added
- Smooth Scroll To The Top of The Page – jQuery - Noor Ahmad Feroozi
When content of a web page exceeds and visitors scroll down the web page, then having a button to smooth scroll to the top of the page is a good idea. jQuery scroll function made it very easy to create a such a … Continue reading →The post Smooth Scroll To The Top of The Page – jQu
- Building a language translation bot using Skype and C# - Anuraj Parameswaran
In Google talk, there was some bot service available which will help to translate from one language to another. You can implement similar service using Skype with the help of Skype4COM.dll. In this implementation for language translation, the Bing soap API is used. Skype4COM is a Windows based COM D
- C#.NET – Removing Duplicate Records From DataTable - Noor Ahmad Feroozi
If a database table contain duplicate records the it is easy to select unique records by using DISTINCT function. but when a .Net DataTable contain duplicate records then, there no built-in function to remove or select unique records from a DataTable. Continue reading →The post C#.NET –
- TFS - Get List Of Software Installed On Build Agent - Tarun_Arora
Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/TarunArora/archive/2013/02/03/tfs---get-list-of-software-installed-on-build-agent.aspx Introduction It is common for your code projects to reference Microsoft or Non Microsoft SDKs, this requires that the build agents has the SDK’s installed. It is a
- MonoGame gets Shocked! - Simon Jackson
Following on from my previous article we don the rubber gloves and grab Zeus’s lightning bolt to launch it on other platforms. Not cryptic enough for you then read on We left off just porting Michael Hoffman’s excellent article showing us how to generate lightning effects almost effortlessly using X
- Does lightning really strike twice? - Simon Jackson
It all started one sunny morning when Michael Hoffman who wrote a shocking article on some fantastic lighting effects all done with XNA, I read this and was immediately impressed just how simple his solution was. Not long after this a guy down under called Jose Fajardo was so impressed …
- WPF Enumeration Data Provider - Stephen Hardie
In my recent adventures creating activity designers (Workflow Foundation 4+) I needed a way to bind a ComboBox with an enumeration and didn't want to manually wire up events in the code behind. Fortunately I found some examples on how to use an ObjectDataProvider. This worked great but I realized th
- WordPress – Numbered Page Navigation Without Any Plugins - Noor Ahmad Feroozi
Numbered page navigation is not available in WordPress features. WordPress, instead uses (Previuse Page/Post – Next Page/Post) navigation style. however; there number of plugins for this solution and some are listed below. Zamango Page Navigation Zamango Page Navigation creates pagebar …
Technical Blogs updated
- Using Google Guice in Web Applications - ludovicianul
Introduction As promised in the previous article I’ll continue presenting Google Guice also for web applications. In order to do ... Continue reading
- Data-binding among complex Expressions in C# - Adrian Alexander
What could be more preferable than simply stating X = Y in one place then having the rest of the work transparently handled on your behalf? Expression trees were one of the many language features introduced with C# 3.0 way back in 2007. Integration with the compiler allows us to nonchalantly ask i
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