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New articles added
- advanced TextBox - hgbecker
Inherited Textbox with extended properties and validation control.
- QuickVB - Fork - TL Wallace
A QuickBasic like console app for modern day VB.NET.
- MVC Custom Select Control - Stephen Muecke
MVC HtmlHelper class used in conjunction with a JQuery plugin to generate a custom select control that provides complex property postback, keyboard filtering of items, grouped and hierarchical displays, optional AJAX loading and CSS styling of items.
- The big MVVM Template - _Noctis_
To save you doing this every time you want a WPF/MVVM project, here it is, all rolled into one.
- Learning Binary and Hexadecimal - Jeremy Falcon
A beginner's guide to talking like a computer.
- 10 Golden Rules Of Good OOP - Giovanni Scerra
A good architecture means money saved in learning, maintaining, testing, fixing, extending and scaling source code. The following guidelines are not exhaustive and are meant to be applied on top of the SOLID principles and proper use of OO Design Patterns.
- XML Visualizer v.2 - Lars Hove Christiansen
XML Visualizer v.2 improves the standard XML Visualizer in Visual Studio 2005, 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2013.
New Tips and Tricks added
- ARA - Simulation - yazanjaradat
Ant-Colony Based Routing Algorithm (ARA) C# Simulation
- Publish/Subscribe Pattern for PCL using Weak References - AllCodify
A Pub/Sub implementation that is PCL compatible for Xamarin iOS and Android
- Sharp RepoGen - Ashish Tripathi
Sharp RepoGen is a simple tool to create repository interface having methods for CRUD operation and its implementing class. Using this tool easily you can generate your repositry class and interface. Code is generated with the help of xml template, so very easily you may change the template to creat
Tips and Tricks updated
New Technical Blogs added
- ASP.Net MVC- How to implement CheckBoxList? - Arun Ramachandran India
CodeProject In the last blog post on ASP.Net MVC, we have discussed about setting initial selected value in a RadioButtonList. You can read that article here. In this article we will go over implementing CheckBoxList in ASP.Net MVC. Let’s try to understand this with an example. We will be usi
- Top 10 ASP.NET Web API Interview Questions - Imran Abdul Ghani
In this ASP.NET Interview Questions Series, so far we have covered questions related to the core of ASP.NET technology. In this part-6 of ASP.NET Tutorial series, we will cover top 10 interview questions related to ASP.NET Web API framework.What we have covered so far can be summarized as follows:Pa
- Non Blocking C# Task Cancelling - Mikea15
In our previous sample snippet, Cancel a Loop in a Task with CancellationTokens in c# , I try to explain how we can get out of a looping c# task, but a problem may arise from that situation. If we were to wait for any result out of that Task, we would be blocking the calling […]
- How To Convert Date Time to “X minutes ago” in jQuery - Nitesh Luharuka
Friends, Today I found a nice plugin with the help of which you can convert any date time on your HTML page to something similar to Gmail/Facebook updates – “5 minutes ago” or “a day ago”. The best part of this plugin is it auto updates the minutes as you’re on th
- Got sweet code? Save it! - BC3Tech
If you’re a Visual Studio user you’re more than familiar with snippets (I would hope). ctor, propa, testm, all very useful. But have you created your own snippets? You can do this with tools like the Snippet Designer extension, or roll your own by creating & editing a snippet XML file by hand based
- Understanding Kinect Coordinate Mapping - Vangos Pterneas
This is another post I publish after getting some good feedback from my blog subscribers. Seems that a lot of people have a problem in common when creating Kinect projects: how they can properly project data on top of the color and depth streams. As you probably know, Kinect integrates a few sensors
- Uniform LBP Features and Spatial Histogram Computation - pi19404
Uniform LBP Features and Spatial Histogram Computation IntroductionIn the earlier article we had seen that we had computed a LBP image.Each pixel in this image still can take $2^8$ possible values. The idea of uniform LBP is to perform lossy encoding so that we eliminate some ir
- Practical Applications of Locality Sensitive Hashing for Unstructured Data - Jake Drew
Introduction The purpose of this article is to demonstrate how the practical Data Scientist can implement a Locality Sensitive Hashing system from start to finish in order to drastically reduce the search time typically required in high dimensional spaces when finding similar items. Locality Sensit
- Simple Achievement System in C# - Mikea15
Achievements are becoming more and more usual in games. They provide the player a sense of accomplishment and progress by rewarding them with badges that proves their skill and experience. Some achievements are simple and other require a combination of particular actions to unlock. In this article I
- How To Implement Back To Top Feature in Html/Asp.Net/PhP - Nitesh Luharuka
Friends, In many websites having long contents we have seen a “Back To Top” or “Scroll To Top” button when clicked takes you to the top of the webpage. We see this kind of feature normally on the product listing pages of e-commerce websites. Today in this post we will impleme
- F#24 : Reflection - Sacha Barber
This time we will wrap up the OO leg of our F# journey, by looking into using reflection. Before we start, I just want to point out that some of the examples that I will use here are either modified versions of some examples, or are actual examples by the fabulous Chris Sells, from his […]
- PostSharpin’ Part 2 – Actor - A Round Tuit
In Part 1 I looked at PostSharp’s support for INotifyPropertyChanged, and several handy aspects to help with threading: Background, Dispatch, ThreadUnsafe and ReaderWriterSynchronized. In part 2 I’d planned to look at PostSharp’s Actor support and new features for undo/redo, but li
- F#25 : Active Patterns - Sacha Barber
Ok so we just wrapped up the final dedicated chunk of the main F# areas, where we looked at OO Programming in F#. These last couple of articles will be miscellaneous ones that I could no really find a home for. This one in particular will be on Active Patterns. Active pattern allow you to […]
- F#26 : Reactive Programming - Sacha Barber
In this post we will look at using a reactive programming paradigm within F#. There may be some of you that have used the Reactive Extensions (Rx), I am in fact a massive fan boy of Rx, and really enjoy what it can bring to a project, in particular a UI project benefits immensely from […]
- F#26 : Reactive Programming - Sacha Barber
In this post we will look at using a reactive programming paradigm within F#. There may be some of you that have used the Reactive Extensions (Rx), I am in fact a massive fan boy of Rx, and really enjoy what it can bring to a project, in particular I think a UI project benefits […]
- How to Make an SQL from Clojure or My Macros Kata - Alex Turok
Despite the fact that I started learning Clojure about 2 years ago, until recently I didn’t explore, maybe, the most fascinating part of the language – macros. I did try to compose simple macros once or twice, but generally they failed to grasp my attention and I never understood how they work and,
- Getting Unit Testing to fail - Betclic Tech
How to avoid the benefits of unit testing and continue to code as a decade ago ! I don’t consider myself as a software craftsman, nor a good programmer but there are a number of good practices that I try…Read more ›
- AngularJS Promises - The Definitive Guide - Dave Kerr
Promises are a core feature of AngularJS - whether you understand them or not, if you use AngularJS you've almost certainly been using them for a while.In this post I'm going to explain what promises are, how they work, where they're used and finally how to use them effectively.Once we've got the co
- Better Specifications - Dave Kerr
Specifications are absolutely key to the success of a project.I'm not going to talk about how different teams do specs, what works and what doesn't work. I'm going to make the statement that the better that specifications are handled, understood and controlled, the better for everyone - PMs, devs, Q
- Stumped by a Problem? Try Coding Less - Zac Gery
If you are stumped by a problem, try coding less
- Get Prepared for Unity 5 – The Dreaded “.” - Simon Jackson
Unity 5 is fast approaching it being with it a whole heap of new features, some obvious, some not so obvious. If you haven’t seen what’s coming publically in Unity 5, check out the feature preview shown at Unite 2014 There are however a few behind the scenes changes …
- Add User Profiles in SharePoint 2013 using PowerShell Script - Manas Bhardwaj
Setting up a SharePoint 2013 development environment is essentially a lengthy process. Apart from installation and configuring SharePoint 2013, you need to install SQL Server, Visual Studio etc. to get you started before developing your first SharePoint 2013 App....The post Add User Profiles in Shar
Technical Blogs updated
- Tutorial for Building SPA using AngularJS - Taiseer Joudeh
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