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200 articles overall. 89 new, 111 updated.
New articles added
- Software Architecture - Paulo Zemek
A discussion about architecture in the development of applications, also discussing home-made frameworks and why they can be good.
- RaptorDB REST - Mehdi Gholam
A REST web interface for RaptorDB the document database
- Broadcast 3D Video to a website - Robert Kinghoff
I would like to show, how could you create a website, where the visitors could call your IP telephone with just a click.
- XMeLon Schema - Alejandro Xalabarder
Yet another XML to database aproach
- SQL Scripts Runner - Lyubomir Rumenov Velchev
A simple console application, which executes all SQL files added by developers working with decentralised development environment.
- Simplest MVVM Ever - Shweta Lodha
About major building blocks in layman, in order to make it easier to understand for beginners.
- Fluent and Imperative Animations - Paulo Zemek
Create animations easily using a Fluent API that integrates well with frame-based animation segments.
- Shoot'em Up .NET - Paulo Zemek
This is a small tutorial on how to create a Shoot'em Up game in .NET using mostly declarative animations.
- Drawings in SVG format. Part 1 - Draft Standard - Vitaliy Sytnik
On the Internet you can find a lot of different information about creating drawings in SVG format. Often an editor is used to open an DXF and export as SVG. Looking through the SVG code it is immediately obvious that there is a lot of excess. An SVG file created in one editor may not always be corre
- LINQ to CSV library - Matt Perdeck
Easy to use library to use CSV and tab delimited files with LINQ queries.
- eHealthCare - Ranjan.D
An application developed for patients , providers and hospitals use to provide a better facility for hospitals , providers and patients.
- GesturCubes - Meshack Musundi
WPF 3D cubes puzzle game for the AIO(All-In-One) PC
- Blocks VS - Cappa Games
A Tetris-style game that pits friends in a face to face battle with one another, on a single touch screen device.
- Edumatter-MT - DrABELL
5-in-1 educational software package for Tablet PC/Win8: Fraction Calculator, Prime Factoring, Linear, Quadratic and System of Equation solvers (AIC-2013)
- Inflatimeter™ Inflation Calculator - DrABELL
Win8/Tablet PC app allows inflation calculation on individual products and basket of goods (AIC-2013)
- Hot Shots - Adam David Hill
A cross between Geometry Wars, Asteroids and Micromachines
- HeMoSiBi™ - DrABELL
Her Most Significant Bit™ NY-2013, Entertainment app for NY Ladies: All-in-One/Win8 (AIC-2013)
- HumaLogix | Sensor-Augmented Human Wellness - Bryan K. Brown
App Innovation Contest Entry - Healthcare Category
- Fast TreeView - Jakob Lithner
Extension to the TreeView control making it very fast to load items
- Metro Paint - Farhan Ghumra
A Metro style app for basic drawing feature.
New Tips and Tricks added
- Binary Exponentiation - arnaldo.skywalker
The idea with binary exponentiation is to use the binary representation of the exponent to reduce in log2 the number of iterations required to produce a result.
- Find Hidden Files from Computer - sankarsan parida
This article describes how to show file name extensions, hidden folders/files, and system folders/files in your system.
- jTable & Bootstrap - Santiago Santos Cortizo
jTable adaptation to be used either with jQuery UI and Bootstrap dialogs
Tips and Tricks updated
- AJAX vs. Non-AJAX Calls All-in-One Page - Peter Leow
This is a simple web application to illustrate visually the difference between Ajax and non-Ajax calls that take place all in a single web page.
- Open Audio Engine - Anis A. Hireche
Open Audio Engine - advanced audio middleware for games and multimedia apps
New Technical Blogs added
- Code Rot - Paul Watt
A passive use of the term code rot describes the source code for an aging system that require dependencies or tools that are no longer available.
- Test Driven Development - Paul Watt
a brief overview of TDD, which will include a description of the concepts, development process and potential benefits associated with TDD.
- FreeNAS – Windows (CIFS) Shares on ZFS - anichin
How to create a Windows (CIFS) share that will be accessible on the local network and will demostrate how to use the ZFS snapshots to restore lost data.
- Moving to Windows 7 – First Impression - Sam Varadarajan
Overall I like the look and feel and even performance. I am not happy with Microsoft ditching backward compatibility every time.
Technical Blogs updated
- HTML5 - Pie and Ale
More about HTML5
- Live Migration of SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013 - Raymund Macaalay
This post will give you a step by step process on how you upgrade your SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013.
- How to Archive SharePoint List Items to SQL Server - Raymund Macaalay
You might have reached the threshold of a SharePoint List and you're afraid to increase the limit as you might affect the performance of you server. Now you are thinking of other solutions and one thing came to mind, why not archive the data? Well that is a good idea but how are you ...
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