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160 articles overall. 115 new, 45 updated.
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- ExCB - Extended Multi Column ComboBox - Avelino Ferreira
Presenting an easy-to-use, flexible, filterable ComboBox, managing various data types (including images), also sortable, resizable and reordable columns
- Yet Another Lesson about Design Patterns - Bilel Msekni
When should you switch from factory pattern to decorator pattern?
- DOP and DVMH - Paulo Zemek
This article talks about Distributable Observable POCOs and an MVVM-like design pattern built to take full advantage of them.
- Blood Pressure Tracker, Win 8 Phone Based HealthVault App - Ranjan.D
Blood Pressure Tracker is a Win 8 Phone application for tracking the blood pressure , interacts with HealthVault for storing and fetching the blood pressure information
- Updating App Tile using Background Agent in Windows Phone 8 App - Madhur Kapoor
Background Agents and Scheduled Tasks allows your application to execute to code in the background even when the application is not running in the foreground. This is quite useful in various type of scenarios where you want to update the Live Tile frequently, show a toast notification on getting som
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Tips and Tricks updated
New Technical Blogs added
- Write less do more with ASP.NET MVC Templates - Ankesh Dave
Asp.net MVC 5 has a host of awesome features that can be leveraged to make a good and maintainable website. One of these features is the templating system. MVC offers two types of templates for views, namely: Display Templates: Used for displaying data. Editor templates : Used for creating an editor
- What is IL code, CLR, CTS, CLS & JIT? - Akash Ashok Jain
IL/MSIL/CIL- IL code is a CPU independent partially compiled code. It’s partially compiled because we do not know in what kind of environment .Net code will run and on runtime IL Code will compile to machine code using the environmental properties (CPU, OS, machine configuration etc). ILDASM- this i
- What is CAS, evidence, permission set & code groups? - Akash Ashok Jain
CAS-Code Access Security is a security model which grants or deny permissions to your Assemblies depending on Evidences (like from where the code comes from. Is the code come from internet or has it comes from valid publisher or other source) How CAS works- Before executing any assembly CAS collects
- Types of JIT(Just In Time) Compilers & What is NGEN.exe? - Akash Ashok Jain
There are 3 types of JIT Compilers- Normal JIT (Default) – Normal JIT compiles only those methods that are called at runtime and it will cache the compiled methods. Econo JIT- Econo JIT compiles only those methods that are called at runtime, and it will not cache the compiled methods. Pre JIT-
- First Look at Xamarin.Forms - A Round Tuit
Included in last week’s Xamarin 3 release is Xamarin.Forms. What is Xamarin.Forms? “A cross-platform natively backed UI toolkit abstraction that allows developers to easily create user interfaces that can be shared across Android, iOS, and Windows Phone” (emphasis mine). Other good
- Fill Bean Data from HashMap using Reflection - Debopam Pal
Introduction: This example shows how to fill the values in a bean from a HashMap using Reflection. In the HashMap, key is the field name & value is the value of that field. Quick Start: Sample Bean Class: How to Call: If you've any doubt, please post your questions. If you really like this article,
- Secret Covert Hush-Hush White Space in the DOM…EXPOSED! - Steve Wellens
- CSS3 box-shadow and Visual Studio Features - Steve Wellens
A few years ago, while creating an ASP.NET web site, I decided to add a gradient border to "sex up" the look of the site. Using a sophisticated image editing program, I created a small gradient image. I made sure the ending color of the gradient matched the color of the body in the target page. H
- Cool CSS 4 Feature: pointer-events - Steve Wellens
CSS 4? Really? CSS 3 isn't fully released yet! What on earth is going on here?It all started when I was fooling around with GIMP, the extremely powerful free graphics editor. I took a public domain image, re-sized it, gave it a transparent background and then added a perspective shadow. It is be
- HTML 5 and jQuery – A Match Made in Heaven - Steve Wellens
I recently attended an ASP.NET MVC seminar hosted by the Twin Cities .Net User Group. The speaker was K. Scott Allen. Scott is a charismatic, gifted speaker and did a great job. You can always pick up useful items when watching an expert write a program from scratch. When I saw what he did with jQue
- ASP.Net MVC – Hyperlinks – Open the page in a new browser window - Arun Ramachandran India
CodeProject In the last blog post, we have discussed about DataType & DisplayColumn attributes in ASP.Net MVC. You can read that article here. In this article we will look at how to open the page in a new browser window while clicking on a hyperlink. Let’s understand this with an example. We w
- How we have reduced CPU usage on our front web servers - Betclic Tech
Despite all our awareness on web performance and load testing, we recently encountered a few performance issues caused by high CPU usage on some front end web servers. At Betclic, we use Structuremap (2.6.4) as main IoC container in an…Read more ›
- Client people picker on a custom SharePoint form - Dmitriy Kozlov
- How to Make an SQL From Clojure or My Macros Kata: Part 2 - Alex Turok
In a recent post I showed some strange things that one can do with macros to be able to write SQL-like queries right in Clojure. Several weeks ago we enabled selecting fields from records as well as filtering them with where clause. In the end of the first post I promised you that we will soon add s
- Defining MessageDialogs in XAML - Samuel Cragg
I’m a fan of the MVVM pattern and recently needed to present a dialog (actually a MessageDialog in WinRT) to the user if they were about to leave the data entry window but hadn’t saved their changes. I initially thought that the view model would need to create a dialog, however, I though
- How fast is .NET Garbage Collector? Part 1. - morzel
.NET GC is very fast! Well... I hope you need more than this reassuring statement, if so, read on :) I will show you some test results to prove that I’m not lying but first I will give you a quick reminder about what GC is:Garbage Collector is fundamental component of .NET CLR. It takes care o
- What is Garbage Collector, Gen 0, 1 & 2? - Akash Ashok Jain
About Garbage collector - Gen 0, 1 and 2
- Five Phases of Developer Maturity - Steve Wellens
I generally don't post stuff like this but…what the hell…Are you a good developer? A great developer? A World Class developer? Perhaps you only think you are a good developer. Maybe you are a terrible developer and don't even know it. The only way to know for sure is to get feedback from other
- #nodejs ghost init.d service with forever.js - aetheon
This post is a continuation of the last post where the migration from Blogger to Ghost was described.After getting the ghost files on the hosting Linux machine you can run ghost by typing:node index.jsThis will run node on the port 2368.The next step is to install ghost as a 'service' so that it can
- How to resolve “Circular dependency” in Project Plan - pranavsingh
I was recently working on a low level plan created in Microsoft Project (.mpp) which was designed for tracking activities, time & resources for a critical project activity. We need input from multiple teams for time & resource estimation and thus multiple people were updating the plan. Every thing
- The Last Line Effect - viva64.com
IntroductionLast line effectExamplesSource Engine SDKChromiumReactOSMulti Theft AutoSource Engine SDKTrans-Proteomic PipelineSeqAnSlimDXQtReactOSMozilla FirefoxQuake-III-ArenaClangMongoDBUnreal Engine 4QtOpenSSLConclusionI have studied numbers of errors caused by using the Copy-Paste method and can
- The uncatchable exceptions in WCF clients - Leonardo Paneque
Did you ever have a problem with a WCF client throwing exceptions you can't catch?If you have used WCF clients from Windows Phone, Silverlight or Xamarin.iOS, you might have noticed that it is not possible to create Synchronous or Task-Based operations; the functionality is reduced to the Event-base
- Goodby jQuery Templates, Hello JsRender - Steve Wellens
A funny thing happened on my way to the jQuery website, I blinked and a feature was dropped: jQuery Templates have been discontinued. The new pretender to the throne is JsRender.jQuery Templates looked pretty useful when they first came out. Several articles were written about them but I stayed a
- Kinect cursor for hand tracking - Vangos Pterneas
Navigating through a Natural User Interface using your palm is quite common – after all, it’s the primary navigation mechanism XBOX uses. Many Windows Kinect applications implement hand tracking for similar purposes. Today, I would like to share a Kinect hand cursor control I developed a
- What are the changes in .NET 4.0 security model & What is sandboxing? - Akash Ashok Jain
CAS is completely deprecated in .NET 4.0 and there are 2 big changes done in .Net 4.0- 1. Granting of permission is dependent on the host and not the CAS Model. 2. Introduction of Security Transparent Model. In this .NET Code is divided in 3 kinds of code- I. Security Critical Code – A full [&
- Top New Features in ASP.NET Web API 2.1 - Imran Abdul Ghani
In this ASP.NET Web API tutorial, we are going to discuss about the top features in ASP.NET Web API 2.1. We have already discussed about Top 5 features in ASP.NET Web API 2.0 in a separate post on this Web Development blog. ASP.NET Web API is a framework for building HTTP services for broader range
Technical Blogs updated
- Saving data to a file in your Android application - Cindy Potvin
This is the second post in my series about storage in Android applications. The other post is available here : http://blog.cindypotvin.com/introduction-how-to-save-data-in-your-android-application/ This post is about saving to a file from an Android application, which is the easiest way to store dat
- WebSocket libraries comparison - n.podbielski
Web project often requires to push data to clients as fast as possible, whenever it is necessary without waiting for client request. It is perfect for website with real time communication between users, like with online communicators for example. Or document collaboration tools. Or maybe system sta
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