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138 articles overall. 90 new, 48 updated.
New articles added
- Introducing OneTrueError.com - jgauffin
OneTrueError.com is my new startup for .NET developers. It’s a bit like ELMAH, but for most of Microsoft’s different frameworks, and with a tad bit of analytics. As you might have noticed I’ve not been blogging that much the last … Continue reading →
- Version Helper API for .NET - Petr Alexeev
Version Helper API for .NET – checking version of Windows 8.1 or Windows Server 2012 R2 without Environment.OSVersion or application manifest
- AutoCompleteExtender with WCF using Entity Framework - Vinay Jade
AutoCompleteExtender with WCF
- Architecture of a Remoting Framework - Paulo Zemek
This article presents important architectural decisions that must be considered if you want to create a really expandable remoting framework and, well, those decisions may apply to any kind of framework.
- CQRS Event Sourcing pattern with NServiceBus, ASP.NET MVC and SignalR - Michael Trembovler
The current article might be useful for users attempting to use NServiceBus. It contains detailed instruction for creating pairs: publisher-subscriber through ServiceMatrix. Solution architects may find this technique useful in many CQRS scenarios as a good alternative to WCF.
- jQueryUI Sort Example - CorvinusSoftware
A fairly complete PHP example demonstrating how to use the jQuery 'sortable' method with a single DB Update
- 4 Tips to Make Your ASP.NET Project Mobile-Ready - Telerik
Websites are now expected to be available and accessible on mobile devices. In this article, learn how to optimize your ASP.NET applications for mobile web browsers and how the Telerik ASP.NET AJAX controls can make that task easier for you.
- Faster JPEG2000 viewer - Adam Wojnar
Simple .jp2/.j2k viewer using Kakadu executables demonstration pack for decoding
- MoneyPit - Jan van den Baard
A fuel logging app for Windows Phone.
- Dialogs the MVVM Way - JP van Mackelenbergh
This article and the attached example will show how to show dialogs the MVVM way with databinding and no code-behind in the view.
- DataAsyncBlock (DAB) - VectorX
How to send async blocks of form data to a remote server without using Ajax.
- VBA Enumeration Database - Mark Regal
It is the intention of this article to add a measure of detail to all user defined enumerations through the creation of an enumeration database.
- XMLFoundation - Brian Aberle
XMLFoundation is the fastest approach to dealing with XML and it also delivers a simple and easy to manage pattern of software development into your application.
New Tips and Tricks added
- Soap Manager - n.massari
Library to send and receive objects between an android client and a web service
Tips and Tricks updated
New Technical Blogs added
- Why .NET is .NET !!! - Tadit Dash
Background This was indeed asked by one interviewer to me, when I was in Final Year of my Engineering. Funda The full Form of .NET is Network Enabled Technologies. .Net is a Framework, which can be used in the development of any kind of application like… Desktop Application Web Application Mob
- Uploading and Viewing Images With ASP.Net MVC and Mongo DB - SleepyCrat
Download Source Files The goal today is to create a small and quick ASP.Net MVC application that will allow us to upload and view images using MongoDB as the database. One of the methods for handling files with MongoDB is using Mongo’s GridFS specification. This method stores the file in chunk
- ASP.NET MVC Display an HTML Table with Checkboxes to Select Row Items - John Atten
Often we need to create a table for our ASP.NET MVC web application with a checkbox next to each row, in order to allow the user to select one or more items from our list for additional processing. While the concept is not terribly challenging, it is not intuitive or obvious if you are newer to MVC.
- ASP.NET MVC: Add a Select All Checkbox to a Checklist Table Using JQuery - John Atten
Often, we find we need to present our users with a list of items in a table or list, with checkboxes such that the user can select one or more items from the list for additional processing. Most of the time, the user will either be selecting a few items from the list but leaving most unchecked, or s
- Book Review – Visual Studio 2012 and .NET 4.5 Expert Development Cookbook - Nitesh Luharuka
Friends, Recently one of my good friends, Abhishek Sur (Microsoft MVP, Client App Dev) has published a book named “Visual Studio 2012 and .NET 4.5 Expert Development Cookbook” and published from Packt, a leading publishing website. This book covers various components of Visual Studio 201
- tick, tock… Time waits for No One - Dennis E White
Ok so what I am about to discuss might be old news for most but for me it’s new. After discovering this I have to admit that I am a bit disappointed in myself for not already knowing this. When implementing asynchronous methods in Node I had always done the following: function asynchProcessFun
- Solution: The WITH MOVE clause can be used to relocate one or more files - Nitesh Luharuka
Friends, Today working with SQL Server I was trying to restore a DB from .bak file and got a strange error while restoring using the normal procedure. I was working on SQL Server 2008 R2 and the backup was from an old version making me think the problem may be because incorrect SQL versions. The
- A UITextView with borders - Dennis E White
Ok I very rarely ever work with the UITextView (more like ever) and this will be a quick post to go over what I am sure is probably a simple and widely known fix for some developers. So in my current project I have a need for the user to be able to enter multiple […]
- Myths about FileName Should be Same as Class Name in Java - RaviRanjankr
This is very important session for us to know about myth of File name in Java. When I started to learn Java I got that every book, resources and even most of web blogs stated that we should keep the “name … Continue reading →
- Discovering the future of Java - Issam Lahlali
Java 6 was released in 2006 and Java 7 in 2011. No major changes were added to the Java7, many of the new features were present in Java 6 updates. After Java 7 Oracle has decided to implement a two years roadmap planning for Java, and the next major release will be available in 2013. […]
- Unit of work sample implementation for ADO.NET - jgauffin
This article demonstrates how you can create a Unit Of Work implementation for ADO.NET I’ve got a couple of questions in my “Repository pattern” article about a unit of work implementation. Here is a sample. This is the actual UoW … Continue reading →
- Keyboard configuration for Windows' developers on OS X (& also IntelliJ) - PeteBarber
Recently I've been doing some ActionScript programming. Rather than target a Flash Player app. I've been using ActionScript in combination with Adobe AIR in order to create an iOS app. This has meant I've been spending time in OS X and using IntelliJ with the the ActionScript/Flex/AIR plugin as my I
- Solution: Apache start Issues on windows 8.1 - Nitesh Luharuka
Dear Friends, I recently installed WAMP on my Windows8.1 and installation went fine. After installation, when trying to start Apache server, I noticed that Apache server is not starting properly and was conflicting with something pre-installed on my PC. At the very first glance I thought it may be I
- How to Show Your Yahoo Messenger Availability Status on your Website - Nitesh Luharuka
In my last post, I discussed how to get the status of a Yahoo user using a simple URL. Though this was just for fun and I discovered it accidentally. This made me think if we can display the LIVE status of a Yahoo user account on my website pictorially. We could have done it …Read more →
- CRUD Operations using WCF RESTful Service - Part 1 - Imran Abdul Ghani
Crude operations using WCF RESTful Service
- How to change default port of IIS Manager from 80 in Windows8.1 - Nitesh Luharuka
Friends, After installing IIS on any Windows machine, by default IIS Server listens on port 80. The same is true with Windows8.1. For most of the times, it works fine. However, in some cases we need to modify this port from 80 to a different port. One of the Scenarios where you might need to …
- Unity : Another dimension - Vidyasagar MSC
After my learning curve with unity3D,I started looking into the 2D world…The first question in my mind was What is the best 2D Game Engine? I found the answer at slant.co with unity 3D leading the race….unity 3D game engine for 2D development?…you should be kidding me With the rele
- CRUD Operations using WCF RESTful Service - Part 2 - Imran Abdul Ghani
In previous part of this article, we created a WCF RESTful service step by step and make it available to be consumed by a client. Here in this part, we will write and understand code to consume the RESTful web service using jQuery. Same like previous part, I will write complete jQuery code for all C
- How to Enforce Check-In Policies - Gordon W Beeming
So one of the benefits of using Server side Plugins is that you can't override them. The problem with this is that the users don't know that the policy is in place until they check-in their code. Wouldn't it be nice if me as a user were told this is what I need to do as in see the requirements from
- Getting start with a Team Explorer Plugin for VS 2013 Part 3 - Gordon W Beeming
In Getting start with a Team Explorer Plugin for VS 2013 Part 2 we created a Team Explorer Navigation Item and we will be using that item in this post and therefore assume that you have been through it already and created the navigation item. Creating a Team Explorer Page Add a new const to the Guid
- Getting start with a Team Explorer Plugin for VS 2013 Part 2 - Gordon W Beeming
In Getting start with a Team Explorer Plugin for VS 2013 Part 1 we setup a base to start extending Team Explorer, this post assumes you have already have the base project setup. Creating a new Team Explorer Navigation Item Add a new const to the GuidList class (in the Guids file) like below public c
- Getting start with a Team Explorer Plugin for VS 2013 Part 1 - Gordon W Beeming
In these posts we will be going through creating different elements that can be found in the Team Explorer, the aim is to give you the ground knowledge required to extend Team Explorer your way. For an example of some great Team Explorer plugins that demonstrate how much you can do take a look at Te
- How to Add Custom Fields to User Profile in WordPress Using Plugins - Nitesh Luharuka
Friends, WordPress is definitely a very user-friendly and easy platform for creating websites and it provides an easy way to extend/customize the existing core functionality using Plugins. When working with plugins, we often have the need of creating some extra fields associated with the user. WordP
- Book Review – Mastering Windows 8 C++ App Development - Nitesh Luharuka
Friends, Recently I got a chance to read the book – “Mastering Windows 8 C++ App Development“, written by Paul Yosifovich and published from Packt, a leading publishing website. This book explains the basics and advanced concepts of writing a Windows Store App using C++ and XAML. I
- How to Move a Windows Form By Dragging - Nitesh Luharuka
Friends, Today, I was working on a Desktop application where I was required to drag a form by Mouse left click as we do in normal drag and drop operations. the only difference in this scenario was I needed to drag the entire form and the form was not supposed to be dropped anywhere else. …Read
- The Road to Missed Deadlines is Paved with Good Intentions - Zac Gery
Meet Jim. Jim is the development manager in charge of a very important software project. He and his team of developers are responsible for seeing this high priority project to completion. After a few months of development, the sales team asks for a few changes to the application. Jim promptly reorga
Technical Blogs updated
- Is Duck Typing a Type System, or a Way of Thinking? - John Atten
Ok, so there is what might be my first-ever "link bait" title. Especially dangerous because I am about to jump into a discussion propagated by some well-known, highly-respected developers against whom my own self-taught, inexperienced knowledge pales. I lack the formal schooling or training to jo
- The jQuery 'live(…)' Function - Steve Wellens
On the Asp.Net forums where I am a moderator, a developer was having a problem hooking up click events to the rows of a dynamically created html table. He didn't want to embed the onclick handler in the table rows as each row was created so he tried using jQuery. The problem was he was trying to hoo
- Secret Covert Hush-Hush White Space in the DOM…EXPOSED! - Steve Wellens
- Oracle: Forward Slash in SQL*Plus – Take 2 - Sam Varadarajan
Take 2? I posted about Forward slash in Oracle SQL before. I even went back and updated it a few times based on the traffic. Believe it or not, I still get a lot of traffic to this blog site solely based on this one little topic!! So, I thought I would spend a little […]
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