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Samsung Gear 2 Giveaway

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Weekly Poll Results

What source code control system do you use?

Survey period: 9 Jun 2014 to 16 Jun 2014

Time to run this one again to see which way the winds blow.

OptionVotes% 
CVS (and variants)893.8589 votes, 3.85%
Git61126.45611 votes, 26.45%
Mercurial (Hg)1436.19143 votes, 6.19%
Subversion (SVN)88038.10880 votes, 38.10%
Team Foundation Server (TFS) 74432.21744 votes, 32.21%
Other33314.42333 votes, 14.42%
don't use source control24510.61245 votes, 10.61%
Respondents were allowed to choose more than one answer; totals may not add up to 100%

This week's survey: As a software developer, does your family actually know what you do?

Most popular new articles

9 Jun 2014 - 15 Jun 2014

Research

Latest Additions

149 articles overall. 105 new, 44 updated.

New articles added

Android

ASP.NET

  • SharpDOM, View Engine for ASP.NET MVC - vtimashkov
    Sharp DOM is a view engine for the ASP.NET MVC platform allowing developers to design extendable and maintenable dynamic HTML layouts using the C# 4.0 language. It is also possible to use the Sharp DOM project to generate HTML layouts outisde of the MVC framework.

  • ASP.NET Caching Overview - AmitTewari
    ASP.NET caching techniques

  • Asp.Net MVC 5 List Editor with Bootstrap Modals - Jarosław Zwierz
    With this sample I'll try to demonstrate how to achieve editing of One-To-Many model in the single View.

C / C++ Language

C#

Code Generation

Database

Dialogs and Windows

General Graphics

Hardware & System

Miscellaneous

NoSQL

Reviews on Third Party Products and Tools

Testing and QA

Trace and Logs

VB.NET

Web Security

Win32/64 SDK & OS

Windows Communication Foundation

  • WCF Contract Inheritance problem Explained simply - Bilel Msekni
    How to properly replace base classes with sub classes in WCF contracts ?

  • WCF Self Hosting in a Console Application Simplified - Imran Abdul Ghani
    In order to host a Windows Communication Foundation Service, we normally need a managed process, a ServiceHost instance and an endpoint configured for WCF Service.We can host a WCF Service in following different possible ways: Hosting in a Managed Application/ Self Hosting Console Application Window

Windows Presentation Foundation

Articles updated

.NET Framework

::Workspaces

Ajax

Algorithms & Recipes

ASP.NET

C / C++ Language

  • SW Message Bus - Evgeny Zavalkovsky
    SW Message Bus represents message flow abstraction mechanism in a complex, multithreaded SW system.

  • Windows Media Player Native Subtitle Plugin (C++) - Part 01 - Md Atiqur Rahman (Atique)
    Describes development procedure of a Wndows Media Player Plugin that will allow us to display captions using common subtitle format files such as srt

C#

Combo & List Boxes

  • 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

Cross Platform

Database

Design and Architecture

Files and Folders

GDI+

Hardware Reviews

Miscellaneous

Printing

Shell and IE programming

Web Security

Web Services

Win32/64 SDK & OS

New Tips and Tricks added

.NET Framework

Ajax

Algorithms & Recipes

Android

ASP.NET

C / C++ Language

C#

Client side scripting

CodeProject FAQs

Custom Controls

Database

Desktop Gadgets

iPhone

Libraries

Microsoft BizTalk Server

  • BAM Tables - VIGNESH SUKUMAR
    Business Activity Monitoring Tables

Miscellaneous

  • Code Generator for 3 Tier Architecture - Suresh Dasari's
    Code Generator for 3 Tier architecture (for layers) & Stored Procedures (for CRUD operations) based on table design

  • A Simple Windows Example Using the Chromium Embedded Framework 3 - Jason Stern2
    Chromium Embedded Framework 3 is amazing. However, there are very few examples readily available on the web. The one that comes with CEF3 builds is incredibly feature dense and has a lot of cross-operating system code. The following code snippets will help Windows developers get up and running.

Mobile Development

  • Admiration for Swift - Santosh Sharma (go2santosh)
    Finally iOS developers get a new programming language as advanced as C# and Java

Office Development

Printing

Shell and IE programming

Splitter Windows

Testing and QA

Tools and IDE

Tree Controls

Uncategorised Tips and Tricks

Tips and Tricks updated

Algorithms & Recipes

Bugs & Workarounds

Client side scripting

Cross Platform

  • Apply a custom default style on QML controls - Marco Bertschi
    A short guide on how you can style and customize the appearance of you QML controls in a CSS-like way

  • Installing Qt on Mac OS X - Marco Bertschi
    A brief guide on what you need to do to get the Qt Creator to compile and develop Qt Applications on Mac OS X without running into install_name_tool_failed

HTML / CSS

Office Development

XML

New Technical Blogs added

Android

  • Android Networking Example and Tutorial (with easy retries) - Right Handed Monkey
    CodeProjectThis post explains how to use the WorxForUs Network framework to have an Android app that works robustly even in areas that have poor network connectivity.  Background:I wrote this library because none of the tutorials I found went clearly into the different types of faults that you can

ASP

  • That Annoying ASP.NET Issue with Postback - Jeffrey T. Fritz
    Arrgh!  I've got an annoying issue in ASP.NET postback:  its not entering the event handler for my button click at all.  Read on to learn how I solved this annoying issue.

ASP.NET

  • What is the need of ASP.NET MVC model binders? - Shivprasad koirala
    Model binder maps HTML form elements to the model. It acts like a bridge between HTML UI and MVC model.Take the below simple HTML form example :-Now this form needs to fill the below “Customer” class model. If you see the HTML control name they are different from the class property name. For example

ASP.NET Controls

  • ASP.NET Repeater with jQuery Slider - Tadit Dash
    Download source code In this Blog, we will learn how to integrate one jQuery Slider Plugin with the ASP.NET Repeater Control. Background There was a question on implementation of slider with ASP.NET DataList Control and the guy who posted that was facing issues. The issue was actually due to the Dat

Database

  • Android Database Example and Tutorial (thread safe version) - Right Handed Monkey
    This post explains how to use the WorxForUs SQLite Database framework to have an Android app that works well in multi-threaded applications and supports table level upgrades (instead of the entire database).  Background:I wrote this library because I my app was based on the Android examples and work

  • Introducing the WorxForUs Open Source Database & Network Helper for Android - Right Handed Monkey
    CodeProjectWorxForUs Android Framework (Database and Network helper tools)This article is an introductory guide to the Android helper library by WorxForUs.  The Android SDK has a lot of built in functionality, but there are certain things that it does not take care of for you.  The API guides only g

  • How to Speed Up MySQL Database Performance - Right Handed Monkey
    CodeProjectMySQL Database Performance Diagnostics - Where to Start?In most web applications the biggest bottleneck you are going to have is the database.  If you want good performance and to scale your application, you are going to need to know how to optimize it.  Even before you worry about cachin

Dialogs and Windows

  • How To Perform Drag-Drop Operations on TreeView Control in Windows Forms - Nitesh Luharuka
    Friends, Drag/Drop functionality is a ease to end user in each and every technology and almost every user is comfortable using the drag-drop feature. In this post we will see how to perform drag and drop operation of nodes in a single TreeView control. There are few events that we will be working wi

Game Development

  • Unity and C#: Game Loop (Awake,Start,Update) - Vidyasagar MSC
    Introduction The central component of any game, from a programming standpoint, is the game loop. It allows the game to run smoothly regardless of a user’s input or lack thereof. Every game must and should have a game loop because a game must continue regardless of a user;s input. In this artic

Session State

Uncategorised Technical Blogs

  • Become a Responsible Programmer - Cybermaxs
    Our job is so … special. Isn’t it? Like me, you may have already been in this delicate situation where one of your friends ask you for help  “I have a problem with program XXX”, “I can’t order an item in this e-commerce web site”, “my computer is slow”…. Could you help me? A vast […]

  • jQuery Selector Tester and Cheat Sheet - Steve Wellens
    I've always appreciated these tools: Expresso and XPath Builder. They make designing regular expressions and XPath selectors almost fun! Did I say fun? I meant less painful. Being able to paste/load text and then interactively play with the search criteria is infinitely better than the code/compile/

  • Event Bindings outside of WPF - Nick Polyak
    Event Bindings outside of WPF CodeProject Code Location The code for this blog post can be downloaded from EventBindingTests.zip. The solution file EventBindingTests.sln is located under EventBindingTests\TESTS\EventBindingTests folder. Introduction Here I continue a series of blog posts about imple

  • Unity : Porting labs – Takeaways - Vidyasagar MSC
    On May 28th of this year,I was fortunate and privileged to attend Unity3d Porting Labs held at Microsoft India,Signature building,Bangalore.This was an event targeting  gameDev and hosted mainly for India Gamers Community members . The event had sessions by Microsoft,Dumadu Games and Intel. Session

  • Do you use {pretty print} ? - Cybermaxs
    Steve Souders began to describe Web Performance Optimization 10 years ago. WPO is the field of knowledge about increasing the speed in which web pages are downloaded and displayed on the user’s web browser. He wrote and contributed to many books (High Performance Web Sites , Even Faster Web Si

  • What is Delay Signing - Akash Ashok Jain
    What is delay signing

  • Create Image Maps with GIMP - Steve Wellens
    Having a clickable image in a web page is not a big deal. Having an image in a web page with clickable hotspots is a big deal. The powerful GIMP editor has a tool to make creating clickable hotspots much easier. GIMP stands for GNU Image Manipulation Program. Its home page and download links are her

Web Security

  • Web.Config is Cached - Steve Wellens
    There was a question from a student over on the Asp.Net forums about improving site performance. The concern was that every time an app setting was read from the Web.Config file, the disk would be accessed. With many app settings and many users, it was believed performance would suffer. Their intent

Web Services

Windows Communication Foundation

  • Calling a WCF Self Hosted Console Application - Imran Abdul Ghani
    In previous WCF Tutorial, we discussed about different hosting options available for a WCF Service. We also implemented hosting a WCF Service in a Console Application. Now in this part, we are going to call our already console hosted StudentService from a client. I’ll strongly recommend to go

Windows Workflow Foundation

  • How to move documents using workflow in SharePoint 2013 and Office 365 - Anton Khritonenkov
    In this article I will show how to move documents using SharePoint 2013 workflows. This approach works well for SharePoint 2013 on premise deployment as well as for SharePoint Online in Office 365. I will implement archival workflow as a proof of concept, which moves documents from one document libr




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