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145 articles overall. 105 new, 40 updated.
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- Krita* Gemini* - Twice as Nice on a 2-in-1 - Tim_Duncan
This article will discuss how the Krita developers added 2 in 1 mode-awareness - including implementation of both automatic and user-selected mode switching and some of the areas developers should consider when creating applications for the 2 in 1 experience to their applications.
- Gameplay: Touch Controls and 2-in-1 Awareness for Your Favorite Games - Erik Niemeyer, Chris Kirkpatrick
Ideum’s collaboration with Intel gave them access to technology and engineering resources to make the touch overlay and 2-in-1 awareness in Gameplay possible.
- Extended CComboBox - Flaviu2
A combobox control which shows a drop down window to assist the user.
- SQL Server - Change Tracking (CT) - Chandra Sekhar - Raparthi
CT is a new feature in SQL Server 2008 which allows us to track information about changes that we have made to tables in which CT is enabled.
- SQLite Helper (C#) - adriancs
Simplify the usage between C# and SQLite
- fastJSON - Mehdi Gholam
Smallest, fastest polymorphic JSON serializer (with Silverlight4 and MonoDroid support)
- fastBinaryJSON - Mehdi Gholam
A binary JSON serializer based on fastJSON (support for MonoDroid)
- The Art of Logging - Colin Eberhardt
This article provides guidelines for logging within your web or desktop applications, answering questions such as when to log, what to log, and how to log.
- WPF Interview questions with answers - Shivprasad koirala
In this section we will run through important WPF interview questions asked during .NET interviews. I know the list is not complete but wanted to at least start with something and then keep adding as time goes.
New Tips and Tricks added
- Barcode 39 without images - Marco Bertschi
A short description of the Code 39 Barcode font by Matthew Welch (and how to use it)
- Rewriting XML Files - sbarnes
Rewriting and restoring XML files (streams) with two helper classes
Tips and Tricks updated
New Technical Blogs added
- ASP.NET Identity with webforms - Bibhu Dutta
Towards the end of last week ASP.NET Identity 2.0 was released. ASP.NET Identity has been developed with the following goals: To provide a single framework that will work with all of the ASP.NET frameworks, such as ASP.NET MVC, Web Forms, Web Pages, Web API, … Continue reading →
- How to Display Loading Image with AJAX-Auto Complete - Kelum W. Ganegoda
- IIS and ASP.Net Authentication and Authorization - Adarsh Kumar Chaurasia
First of all lets understand the important terms which will be used throughout this article. Authentication : It is the act of confirming the truth of an attribute of a datum or entity. This might involve confirming the identity of a person or software program, tracing the origins of an artifact. In
- Database related attributes in Code First - Johan Ohlin
This post is a follow-up on the post about Validation attributes in Code-First. While validation attributes focus on making sure the data in the model is correct, the attributes listed here instead focus on instructing Entity Framework’s database generation engine how the database should be st
- Code Minimalism ! What is it ? - Chris Boss
If there was one complaint I have with a lot of code today it is the lack of easy readability. True, programming language code by its nature can’t always be easy to read. But shouldn’t it be the goal of programmers to write code which is more readable ? Some to learn from BASIC It [̷
- Goal-Driven Development Continued - Zachary Gardner
In my previous blog, I talked about the idea of GDD, or Goal-Driven Development. It is a philosophy that individual programmers can apply to their daily work. I derived it from my experience with successful meetings, then from successful teams, then finally down to great programmers: Great programme
- Goal-Driven Development - Zachary Gardner
There is a lot that goes on from 9 to 5 Monday through Friday. We sit at our desks, we program, we respond to emails, we sit in meetings, we go to backlog grooming, etc. Every day brings its own challenges, and its own opportunities for learning and growth. What matters the most is how […]The
- Byte Sex - Paul Watt
Byte-gender; not, "Yes! Please!"Good! Now that I have your attention let's solve a relatively simple problem, byte sex. A less sensational name for this concept is byte endianess. This is one of those concepts that you should at least be aware of, even if you don't have to pay much attention to it i
- Vacuole Encapsulation - Keyhole Software
Encapsulation approach to bring data sources and implementations closer together, allowing reflection-like behavior in a format that mere mortals can read.
- Developer? 5 Reasons To Make A Mobile App - Michael Banzon
#1 – You Already know programming Of course you know programming – you are a developer! You have already made several applications – maybe they are web apps, some server apps or desktop applications – it doesn’t really matter. The only thing that matters is that code doesn’t
- Jump Start : Using MongoDB with C# - Bibhu Dutta
CodeProject Among NoSQL databases, MongoDB is very much popular. For those who need an introduction, MongoDB is an open sourced document database providing high performance, availability, and automatic scaling. Being a document database, a record/row in MongoDB is know as document. The … Conti
- ADO.NET – How to call a stored procedure with output parameters? - Arun Ramachandran India
CodeProject In the last article on ADO.Net, we have discussed about preventing SQL injection attack. You can read that article here. In this article, we will go over calling stored procedure with output parameters. Let’s understand this with an example. Our example will be based on tblEmployee
- F#12 : Arrays - Sacha Barber
No language would be complete without arrays (at least in my opinion). They are an excellent structure. F# is of course no fool, and includes them (as you would expect), so this blog will concentrate on looking at using arrays in F# Creating Arrays There are several ways to create arrays, just as
- Understanding Routing in ASP.NET MVC - Imran Abdul Ghani
Understanding routing in ASP.NET MVC
- F#11 : Sequences - Sacha Barber
Last time we looked at the List module, and we now proceed to look at the sequence module. You will in fact see a lot of similarities with the sequence module compared to the list module. The main difference between F# lists and F# sequence is pretty much the same as it is in C#|VB […]
- String processing workflow actions for SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint Online - Anton Khritonenkov
In this article I will demonstrate a set of custom string processing the workflow actions for SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint Online (Office 365). Out-of-the-box workflow actions have limited functionality of string processing, so I will show how to extend it by using the custom string processing wor
- SSIS Do I Union All or Merge?? - derekman9707
SSIS - Do I Union All or Merge?
- Live Cricket Scoreboard using Node push back style, Bootstrap, jade part1 - RamuSangabathula
CodeProject First I would like to save your valuable time before you read any further this article, please check the demo hosted here , you might have to wait a couple of seconds to see the dynamic behavior on the page. If you are interested in further reading, and would like to know how this ...Mor
- HTTP Error 500.52 (gzip compression) when using IIS as a reverse proxy - Markus Greuel
IIS cannot rewrite gzip compressed responses from another web server, but you can prevent the response from being compressed.
- Creating a Culture of Challenge - Zachary Gardner
Creating a culture of challenge
- Continual Self-Review - Zachary Gardner
My fundamental assumptions about life seem to grow and change every single day. As I experience more, they become further refined. I hesitate to say that I’m sure of anything in life as I have been proven wrong time and time again. The set of things that I’d even speculate are true is a
- What Makes a Startup Great: Facebook, Lyft, Oculus VR - Zachary Gardner
People gravitate towards principles and ways of thinking that can be used in nearly any situation. Ideals like “always be good” and “patience over rashness” are simple, yet they produce positive results in every situation they’re used. The more ubiquitous a principle is
- A developers guide to relationships - good and bad - Duncan Edwards Jones
The key, the whole key and nothing but the key (so help me Codd)The relational model, invented in 1970 by E F Codd revolutionised computing. It allowed the development of relational databases (such as Oracle, SQL Server and oh so many others) and opened up the data itself to being queried in ways t
- Newsletters I Trust - Zachary Gardner
As I’ve said numerous times: I read a lot. Books are my favorite, but they are rarely relevant to programming. To keep up with the latest trends, I subscribe to a lot of different newsletters. The following are a list of my favorite in no particular order. Hacker Newsletter http://www.hacker
- My Unit Test Environment - Paul Watt
I discussed the merits of selecting a suitable unit test framework for your development project in my previous post. I described the qualities that I found most valuable in the test framework that I use, CxxTest. The qualities are xUnit framework, portability, simplicity, and flexibility. There are
- Three Stages of an Argument – Resolution - Zachary Gardner
In my last post on the three stages of an argument, I discussed how to help group discussions be focused and productive. The following is the thesis for my argument: By focusing on observation, discussion, and resolution, group discussions at work can have a positive, actionable impact. There is ano
- MobileDevelopment: Using shFullScreen API to show hide Start icon - hjgode
Uuups, sometimes we are looking for a way to do simple things and do not remeber how easy it was. Question: How can one hide/show the start icon in taskbar of Windows Mobile 6.1 (and before)? Answer: Use the API provided by Microsoft for this: SHFullScreen! No need to use FindWindow and subclass, ve
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