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25 Mar 2013 - 31 Mar 2013
104 articles overall. 37 new, 67 updated.
New articles added
- A Coder Interview With Chris Pardo - CodeProject
Welcome to our continuing series of Code Project interviews in which we talk to developers about their backgrounds, projects, interests and pet peeves. In this installment we talk to Chris Pardo, a Senior Product Manager at Dun and Bradstreet.
- Polynomial Equation Solver - Kenneth Haugland
Solves 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th degree polynominal by explicid fomulas for real coefficients and any degree by the numerical Jenkins-Traub algorithm with real and complex coefficients.
- Learn MVC (Model View Controller) step by step in 7 days – Day 1 - Shivprasad koirala
As the article's name says, learn MVC. Ao the agenda is simple, we are going to learn ASP.NET MVC in 7 days.
- "How to series" about MVC, jQuery, JSON, paging, mapRoute - necmettin demir
"How to series" about MVC, jQuery, JSON, paging, mapRoute.
- Real Time Commenting using SignalR and XSLT - Amir Jalilifard
How to make a real time commenting feature using SignalR.
- HTML5 Bar Chart - Marcelo Ricardo de Oliveira
A jQuery plugin for a 3D Bar Chart.
- Code Project Tags FAQ - Thiru Thirunavukarasu
This is an FAQ about the use of tags. It can be modified by any Silver member.
- MailMergeLib - A .NET Mail Client Library - Norbert Bietsch
MailMergeLib is a SMTP mail client library. It makes use of .NET System.Net.Mail and provides comfortable mail merge capabilities. MailMergeLib corrects a number of the most annoying bugs and RFC violations that .NET 2.0 to .NET 4.0 suffer from.
- A full library for a Socket Client/Server system - Alessandro Lentini
My article shows a library that everyone can use to create their socket communication. Also it explains how the library is developed.
- Asyncsocket Part 3: The Server - bkelly13
Use of Windows class CAsynSocket in TCP/IP application
New Tips and Tricks added
- CSS3 is not working in IE7, IE8 - Alok Gupta From Bangalore
This article is targeted to people who are involved in designing of web based applications and want to give rich look and feel of web based application in all browsers using CSS3.
Tips and Tricks updated
- Math Parser .NET C# - kirnbas
This is light, fast and simple to understand mathematical parser designed in one class, which receives as input a mathematical expression (System.String) and returns the output value (System.Double)
New Technical Blogs added
- lvalue & rvalue & && and && & - jsolutions_uk
This post is an attempt to cement a few things in my mind as well as explain to those who are interested what on earth is going on with lvalues, rvalues and references.
- An IOC Container using Variadic Template - jsolutions_uk
As you will see from some of my previous posts, along with developing in C++, I have also had a fair amount of experience of WPF and C#. Whilst working with these technologies, I have generally employed a Dependency Injection model rather than a Service Locator pattern, as I believe this tends to ma
- PSC: Move share - Kristofer Kallsbo
I have decided what the Power of scripting script should do! If you move a share by moving it in windows explorer the share will stop work. If you move the folder with File System Object from vbscript the share will still be there but will be pointing at the old path that no longer [...]
- Cardinality Estimation in Linear Time using Sub-Linear Space - danielthesolver
The cardinality of a collection A (which might be an ordered or unordered list, a set, or what not) is basically the number of unique values in A. For example, the collections [1,2,3,4] and [1,2,1,3,1,4,3] have the same cardinality of 4 (and also correspond to … Continue reading →
- Unit Testing: Good Idea/Bad Idea? - Zac Gery
Unit testing is not a "one size fits all" solution. It's important to have the necessary conversations to find a happy medium.
- Android, iOS and Windows Mobile…Oh My: An Introduction to PhoneGap - Keyhole Software
With the growing adoption and reliance on smartphones and tablets in the competitive handheld industry, mobile applications need to be built across all major mobile operating platforms to reach the demanding customer base. These expectations leave mobile developers with the daunting task of building
- Binding without WPF - Nick Polyak
Here we are going to talk about the binding concept and how it can be re-implemented outside of WPF without being tied to the visual libraries or the UI threads.
Technical Blogs updated
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