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147 articles overall. 95 new, 52 updated.
New articles added
- SCRUM explained - Eduardo Antonio Cecilio Fernandes
This is yet another article explaining SCRUM, explanning how it works and giving my perspectives on the framework.
- Generic DataBase Browser - Member 10280272
This article presents a database browser that can be used for multiple different databases
- Generating Maps - Member 4206974
Mapper is a PHP script for handle maps and linkable symbols inside.
- Tiny Framework for Parallel Computing - Igor Ladnik
This article presents a simple framework for parallel computing applicable to managing operation flow for machine and process control, gaming, simulators, etc.
- Visual Basic 6.0: A giant more powerful than ever - ISpliter
When discussing VB6, we should look at the reality of the situation and not on preconceived opinions. New source code projects are made daily in Visual Basic 6.0. The paper proposes the reintroduction of Visual Basic 6.0 on the market, in parallel with Visual Studio line.
- Windows 8 – background Processing - ambilykk
Article explain the importance of background processing in Windows 8 Store App development and how to create a background process in Windows 8 Store App
- Interfaces vs Delegates - Paulo Zemek
This article explores the advantages and disadvantages of interfaces that can be used to replace delegates, considering performance, ease of use and versatility.
- Partial Classes in C# With Real Example - Sandeep Singh Shekhawat
I explain partial classes in C# language with an example
- An LL(1) Syntax Directed Engine in C# - Michele Sobrero
This article is dealing with parsing and semantic analysis. A full LL(1) parsing engine is introduced as an example to show a possible implementation.
- 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.
- Free .NET Spreadsheet Control - Jing-Lu
.NET Spreadsheet Control written in C#. Supports Cells Merge, Border Style, Pattern Background Color, Data Format, Freeze, Formula, Macro and Script execution.
- TCP Socket Off-the-shelf - Igor Ladnik
Wrapper to facilitate usage of TCP sockets.
- Hierarchical Cluster Engine Project - Member 10492436
Engine that builds network hierarchical infrastructure, remote distributed computation clusters, native Sphinx search engine support, ZMQ sockets, stable connections, JSON messages transport, flexible structure and more...
- Preprocessor Directives - Design Practice - ASP.NET Community
What is a Preprocessor Directive?A preprocessor directive is a piece of code that is meant explicitly for the compiler. This offers a programmer
- .NET Application Modeling Language - ASP.NET Community
IntroductionnAML (.NET Application Modeling Language, pronounced as “namel”) is a visual modeling semantics to model .net applications with wide
- Visitor Pattern - ASP.NET Community
The visitor design pattern enables us to create new operations to be performed on an existing structure. The new operations don’t change the
- Iterator Pattern - ASP.NET Community
The iterator pattern’s role is to provide a way to access aggregate objects sequentially without the knowledge of the structure of the aggregate. The
- MoneyPit - Jan van den Baard
A fuel logging app for Windows Phone.
- 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.
- XML mapping and validation in .NET - Juan Carlos Recio Abad
Carry information easily between xml with a different structure.
New Tips and Tricks added
Tips and Tricks updated
- Flex/Bison on MSBuild - Kevin Burek
Integrating GnuWin32 Flex/Bison preprocessing into the MSBuild build process under Visual Studio
- Matrix in Java (GUI) - A. Asem, Abeer Touny
A description for a Java code implementing a Matrix program in a GUI form
New Technical Blogs added
- Using Android Traceview in Eclipse - Cindy Potvin
The best way to solve a performance problem with an Android application is to profile the application by tracing the execution. This way, you can make decisions on what to improve based on real data and detect bottlenecks in the application. In the Android SDK, the Debug object handles the profiling
- Performing CRUD operations using ASP.NET Web API - Part 2 - Imran Abdul Ghani
In part-1 of this web application development tutorial, we developed an application that perform all CRUD (Create, Retrieve, Update, Delete) operations using Microsoft ASP.NET Web API. Now, In this part, we will consume HTTP service developed using ASP.NET Web API using jQuery.If you haven't gone th
- Tutorial for Building SPA using AngularJS - Taiseer Joudeh
- Creating a custom database connection pool - mopicus
On this post, I’m going to show you how to create a database connection pool. Based on my expertise, on high demand systems, database connections should be reused, instead of recreating them before each database operation. Although database providers already … Continue reading →
- Prepared Statements for Database driven application - Vivek Goyal
Prepared Statement is commonly used by application to execute the same parameterized SQL statement again and again. Prepared statements are compiled only once. If we need to execute a statement multiple times then execution of prepared statement is faster as it is compiled only once, while in case i
- Working with LINQ to XML - Komal Mangal
Creating an ASP.NET website and working with LINQYou can use LINQ to XML for following purposes-1. For creating xml file.2. For loading an xml file.3. For querying xml data.4. Manipulating xml data.5. Transforming the xml into another shape.In this example we will load an already created xml file. W
- LINQ – Element Operations - Arun Ramachandran India
CodeProject In the last blog post, we have discussed about Click Event and Change Event in jQuery. You can read that article here. In this article we will go over Element Operations in LINQ. Different Element Operations in LINQ are following: ElementAt/ElementAtOrDefault - Returns the element at a s
- First thoughts on Spire.Doc for .NET - Manas Bhardwaj
Introduction While I personally don’t get many requests for Office Automation-type projects these days, as a consultant, it is good to have a go-to library to use should the needThe post First thoughts on Spire.Doc for .NET appeared first on Manas Bhardwaj's Stream.
- Send Email to Selected Recipients from your ASP.NET MVC Web Application Part I - John Atten
I recently had to throw together an application for work allow users to send email to recipients selected from a list. The application in question is used to manage attendees at trainings, and, when the training is complete, send an email to each attendee containing a link to download a personalized
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