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127 articles overall. 77 new, 50 updated.
New articles added
- Portable Elmax - Wong Shao Voon
A tutorial on a new cross-platform C++ XML DOM library
- Canon EDSDK Tutorial in C# - Johannes Bildstein
A tutorial about the Canon SDK to remotly control DSLR cameras. From taking photos to using the LiveView.
- RS Focus Component - Rameez Raja (RAJ)
Focus Component - change the Background Color and Foreground Color of Textbox and ComboBox when they get focused.
- Screenshot Smoke Testing - James Coleman
Leveraging Selenium and Image Magick to perform screenshot comparisons for UI regression testing.
- Emoji and web application - Tharaka MTR
Emoji; is the Japanese term for the ideograms or smileys used mostly in Japanese electronic messages and webpages.
- Barcode Image Generation Library - Brad Barnhill
This library was designed to give an easy class for developers to use when they need to generate barcode images from a string of data.
- Internals of Windows Thread - Mahesh Bailwal
Basics about Windows thread which may help you in understanding how operating system implements threads.
New Tips and Tricks added
Tips and Tricks updated
- How to Parse Empty Tokens using CString::Tokenize() - SoMad
The example for CStringT::Tokenize() on the MSDN page (and just about everywhere else on the Internet) skips empty tokens. Here is how to use it in order to get empty strings instead of simply skipping those fields.
New Technical Blogs added
- C++ Inheritance - pi19404
This article describes basic concepts of C++ Inheritance mechanism.
- Abstraction Layers of the Human Body - Paul Watt
I want to hopefully connect the dots for many to help convince you of the ultimate importance of a well defined and protected interface.
- Loops and Iterations - Alexander Golde
ANKHOR supports various types of repeated execution and I will cover five of them in this article: implicit, loop, recursive, while and shard.
- Exploit better the results of Pmd, Findbugs and CheckStyle. - Issam Lahlali
Many Java static analysis tools exist right there, each one focus on a specific area and has its advantages, we can enumerate: Pmd which is a static rule-set based Java source code analyzer that identifies potential problems like: Possible bugs—Empty try/catch/finally/switch blocks. Dead code—Unused
- Enum – Comparison of Java and .NET - Andrei Ion Rînea
A useful feature added in Java 1.5 (also known as J2SE 5.0, 2004) is the enum. This post makes a comparison of Java and .NET enums.
- Numeric Literals in Java 7 and in C# - Andrei Ion Rînea
Numeric literals in Java 7 and C#
- Tree Structures and Navigation - Nick Polyak
Code Location The code for this blog post can be downloaded from TreeTestsCode.zip. Introduction CodeProject I continue a series of blog posts about implementing WPF concepts outside of WPF. This post talks about generic Tree structures in C#. The relationship with WPF will become clearer once we st
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