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1 Apr 2013 - 7 Apr 2013
162 articles overall. 70 new, 92 updated.
New articles added
- A Coder Interview With Hal Rottenberg - CodeProject, halr9000
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 Hal Rottenberg, who claims to not actually be a programmer. We’ll see about that…
- CUDA Programming Model on AMD GPUs and Intel CPUs - Nick Kopp
This article builds upon the earlier High Performance Queries: GPU vs. PLINQ vs. LINQ and ports this to also support OpenCL devices and adds benchmarking so you can easily compare performance.
- A Simple Vector-Based LED User Control - Steve Marsh
The LEDBulb is a .NET user control for Windows Forms that emulates an LED light. Its purpose is to provide a sleek looking representation of an LED light that is sizable, has a transparent background and can be set to different colors.
- RaptorDB - the Document Store - Mehdi Gholam
NoSql, JSON based, Document store database with compiled .net map functions and automatic hybrid bitmap indexing and LINQ query filters (now with standalone Server mode, Backup and Active Restore, Transactions, Server side queries, MonoDroid support)
- DBTool for Oracle - Part 1 - Espen Harlinn
Enhance productivity and reliability, write your own tools.
- A Comparison on Data Access Methods - Part 1 - Dr. Song Li
This is the part 1 of a comparison on Data Access methods in the .NET environment.
- Using AvalonEdit (WPF Text Editor) - Daniel Grunwald
AvalonEdit is an extensible Open-Source text editor with support for syntax highlighting and folding.
- Improved RichTextBox - IRTB - Juan R. Huertas
This article describes a simple way to implement Line Numbering, HighLight Line and show current Line and Column
- Test The Multi-Layers Of A MVC3 Application - Member 9691775
Create test project for client, server and GUI layers of a MVC application - so that they can then be incorporated into a continuous integration server build
- Application Analysis with Event Tracing for Windows (ETW) - Mattias Högström
ETW is a super fast way to collect runtime data from your app. We will look how we can insert intelligent data points, collect data, and analyze data logs. This permits supervision, anomaly detection, and system optimization.
- LocalStreetMaps - Thomas Willwacher
A map application that is able to run custom queries on a PostGIS server.
New Tips and Tricks added
Tips and Tricks updated
New Technical Blogs added
- Azure Diagnostics in the Cloud - Carl Randall
CodeProjectAzure Diagnostics is extremely powerful when setup correctly and being fully utilised. That said, quite a bit of burden is still left with us developers to pull out the juicy bits and present that as information that can potentially be consumed and mean something to the other, often not q
- Is C++ passé? - ocoudert
C++ might not be the easiest language to master, or the most fashionable in the web spheres, but it is still the undisputed king for high performance computing, whether performance means speed, memory, or power.
- Granting Anonymous Access to Sharepoint List / Library Programtically - PratapReddyP
CodeProjectIn this post we will see how to enable and disable Anonymous access to a List or Document library from a sharepoint feature (C# code).There are 3 different steps involved in granting Anonymous access to a List/Library in a right way.Step 1: Enabling the anonymous accesss to the Web applic
- Simple UIView Vertical Scroll Animation - ClayJones
The iPhone’s keyboard takes up a whopping 216px, and sometimes text fields are positioned towards the bottom. When the keyboard appears, they are hidden. This article shows how to add a scroll animation to your UIView that scrolls up when the text field is active, and scrolls back to normal wh
- Blog Engine .NET Tag Cloud Optimization - snorkie
For all of the amazing blogs and websites that are out there, hundreds exist that are just average. Most of us are not experts, like Eric Lippert, who can write with authority on a single topic for years and have interesting and new things to say. Instead, there are blogs like mine. I write about wh
- The Sharp Truth About Contour Bias - Zac Gery
The contour bias only works on objects which are emotionally neutral. Objects which already have an emotional association are not easily swayed.
- Windows Phone 8–Application Model & Fast Application Resume feature - NitRiX Reloaded
Windows Phone 8 has a new feature introduced called as ‘Fast Application Resume’, which allows the Windows Phone 8 OS to launch the application from suspended to running quickly. You feel like toggling between multiple apps with out much delay comparing to Windows Phone 7.x platform. With Windows Ph
- Windows 8 Client Hyper-V and Windows Phone 7.x emulator slowdown - NitRiX Reloaded
Hyper-V is a great platform for virtualization and luckily Windows 8 have inbuilt/integrated support for hyper-v technologies. Windows Phone 8 SDK uses hyper-v for emulator virtualization and it works pretty good with Visual Studio 2012. Hyper-V integrated to the Windows 8 is been called ‘Client Hyp
- Setting up Windows Phone SDK update for Windows Phone 7.8 and working with Visual Studio 2010/2012 - NitRiX Reloaded
Microsoft has just released an update for Windows Phone SDK 7.1 and 8.0 to provide support for Windows Phone 7.8 emulators.I have shared the details in my last blog post. With this article I will walk you through how it would look to work with this update. The following simple steps will help you wi
Technical Blogs updated
- What are exceptions? - jgauffin
This blog has been quiet for a while. I am currently writing a book about localization. Me and my partner is also getting close to release of our new startup. One of it’s features is to automatically catch unhandled exceptions … Continue reading →
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