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Most popular new articles
30 Sep 2013 - 6 Oct 2013
181 articles overall. 99 new, 82 updated.
New articles added
- BetterMembership.Net v1.0 - TheCodeKing
A better implementation of ExtendedMembershipProvider with support for legacy MembershipProvider APIs.
- Swing's Little Helper - diegohp.com
Description and usage with examples of a helper lib to create Swing applications
- Simple PHP Chat Script - Emerald kweks
- Tfs Js Extension using TypeScript - Gordon W Beeming
- nVLC - Roman Ginzburg
A .NET API for the libVLC interface so the vast majority of VLC functionality could be utilized in managed applications.
- Anatomy of a UserControl (SliderControl) - gggustafson
This article presents a step-by-step guide for the implementation of a UserControl named SliderControl.
- SevenSegmentLEDDigits Control - gggustafson
Introduces a user-drawn control, named SevenSegmentLEDDigits, that displays a decimal value as a sequence of seven LED segment digits.
- PasswordEye Control - gggustafson
This article presents a UserControl, named PasswordEye that displays a modern password control.
- 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, HQ-Branch Replication)
- RaptorDB - The Key Value Store V2 - Mehdi Gholam
Even faster Key/Value store nosql embedded database engine utilizing the new MGIndex data structure with MurMur2 Hashing and WAH Bitmap indexes for duplicates. (with MonoDroid support)
- GesturCubes - Meshack Musundi
WPF 3D cubes puzzle game for the AIO(All-In-One) PC
- GSpeak(Gesture Speak) - Reddy Manohar
Code generation through speech/gesture for everyone (Including individuals with disabilities).
- Teacher's Pet - _Maxxx_
Intel AIC Finalist for Tablet/Education Category
- The Mothernode - Ched1980
Four player sci-fi maze game with traps and looting and that
- Basics of Windows Threading - Mahesh Bailwal
Basics about Windows thread which may help you in understanding how operating system implements threads.
- Engineering Calculator VOLTA-2013 - DrABELL
Productivity software package VOLTA-2013 developed as HTML5 web application and converted into desktop installable one using Intel’s AppUp encapsulator. Application extension Jobrica-2013 utilizes geolocation/GPS service and Bing map technology to find Job Agencies in search area.
New Tips and Tricks added
Tips and Tricks updated
New Technical Blogs added
- Understanding Clean, Build and Rebuild in Visual Studio - Mithun Pattankar
There isn’t any DOT NET developer using Visual Studio as IDE hasn’t used Clean, Build and Rebuild features as part of the Solution Explorer. They come handy when we work on large projects having multiple references, projects which get updated… Continue Reading →The post Under
- Developing Android Apps using C# - Raymund Macaalay
If you love C# and want to create an Android application using that language then you have to thank Xamarin as they created this great Cross Platform development tool which enables developers to develop iOS and Android apps in C# language.
- Getting Started with Unity – A Review - Simon Jackson
Keeping with the Unity3D season I seem to be having, here’s another Unity3D book, this time focusing on beginners. Getting Started with Unity I’ve been on the hunt for a while now for a easy introduction book for Unity, even though I’m already fairly well experienced with it I’m always …
- Differences Among Bind(), Live(), Delegate(), Trigger() in jQuery - Arpit Jain
In this article we will learn about the live(), bind(), click(), delegate(), trigger(), and triggerHandler() methods for adding event handlers to elements.
- Creating a custom context menu using jQuery - Arpit Jain
Creating a custom context menu using jQuery.
- jQuery UI Demystified: Part 1 - Arpit Jain
- jQuery UI Demystified: Part 2 - Arpit Jain
In this article we will learn about jQuery Interaction. jQuery offers 5 kinds of interactions. All are mouse based and can be used in combination to provide easy interaction
- Creating Treeview in jQuery - Arpit Jain
How to create Treeview in jQuery
How to add event listeners, how to handle the events, and how to control them.
- jQuery UI Demystified: Part 3 - Arpit Jain
In this article we will learn about jQuery effects.The following effects will be covered.
- Writing About Code: Structure - Terrence Dorsey
Some tips on what to write and how to organize your writing into something coherent and readable.
- Writing About Code: Getting Started - Terrence Dorsey
Some tips and tricks for programmers who haven't done much writing that will help you get started and find early success that fuels more writing.
- LINQ and Lazy, Frenemies - BC3Tech
LINQ is awesome and Lazy is handy as heck, but using them together requires some thought.
- Guide in Using Kendo UI with S#arp Architecture - Raymund Macaalay
We have been using S#arp Architecture for quite sometime now and it proved to be a good platform for some of the enterprise applications we developed in-house for our company. While it provided us a good platform for our web apps it does not provide something that you can easily reuse for your pres
- How Programming Accidentally Runs Companies - Zac Gery
And without proper recognition, software development can accidentally slide into the driver's seat. When does this happen? When developers start making decisions and recommendations that stray too far from a company's vision.
Technical Blogs updated
- Trace activities with NLog - Sebastian Solnica
Today’s post is dedicated to NLog – one of the logging libraries available for .NET developers.
- jQuery code not working - A Daily Battle - jQuery By Example
Developers life is full of various code battles and "jQuery is not working" or "jQuery code is not working" is a just another daily battle which they have to fight against while working with jQuery. The message "jQuery is not working" itself defines its pain saying "Oh!!! there is something buggy in
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