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104 articles overall. 70 new, 34 updated.
New articles added
- Google Play In-App Billing Demo App - Uzi Granot
This article is an example of Google Play In-App Billing Version 3. The attached TestInAppBilling source code is a complete demo application.
- IWebBrowser2 Wrapper Class - David Johns
A class that wraps the IWebBrowser2 interface of Microsoft Internet Explorer to enable you to browse, print and save web content programatically
- AWS Deployment With Octopus Deploy - TheCodeKing
This article focuses on an alternative way to deploy and update .NET applications running on AWS EC2 instances, and mitigates the shortcomings of the AWSDeploy standalone tool.
- Multi Threaded WebScraping in C# - dot net tech
Beginner to Advance - Multithreaded Web Scraping with Examples of WebBrowser, WebClient, HttpWebRequest/HttpWebResponse, Regex, BackgroundWorker.
- Another DataGridView Printer - aureolin
DataGridView printing encapsulated in a stand-alone object. Very easy to use! Updated to allow printing columns wider than one page.
- 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
- CJSON - Compressed JSON - Karan Savla
This is a technique that I have thought of which can help us save bandwidth while communicating.
- Currency TextBox .NET - emarti
This tip describes how to display the value as currency text, formatted in accordance with the current culture.
- Message Boxes a la carte - freedeveloper
Small library to explain how to create basic message boxes using kendo and Typescript.
Tips and Tricks updated
New Technical Blogs added
- Exception Handling in ASP.NET Web API - Part 2 - Imran Abdul Ghani
In order to return HTTP Response with a specific error status code, normally HttpResponseException type is used. In part-1 of this article, we checked a specific condition and return error status code accordingly. What exactly we did? We checked if student object returned from a data source is null,
- Avoiding SharePoint Magic Numbers in Unit Testing - sebastianrogers
Unit testing really is good. No surprise to those who do it but recently we had a test go red when changing how we configure Enhanced Records Manager, see Appropriate use of AppInstalled for a Provider Hosted SharePoint App for more details. Not a problem we have broken something lets fix it. It tur
- Post JSON data to WCF RESTful Service using jQuery - Imran Abdul Ghani
The POST request method is basically designed to post data to a web server for storage. That's why its normally used when submitting a complete form. In this WCF RESTful service tutorial, I'll try to explain how we can post JSON data to a WCF RESTful service using jQuery Ajax call with POST type. We
Technical Blogs updated
- Getting Exact Location of Exception in C# Code - Pranay Rana
Post is about locating exact location of the Exception in the code. There is always problem for the developer to locate exact location from where Exception raised, because of that it difficult for the developer what actually went wrong. Most of the time problem occurs when there is too many librarie
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