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16 Jun 2014 - 22 Jun 2014
147 articles overall. 109 new, 38 updated.
New articles added
- Why We Should Love 'null' - ChristianNeumanns
This article looks at popular techniques used to avoid null pointer errors and answers the question: Which is the best solution you should use in your code?
- SiteMapper Tool - gggustafson
This article presents a tool named SiteMapper that creates a Google site map and a user traversable tree
- Passing data from Controller to View in ASP.NET MVC - Imran Abdul Ghani
ASP.NET MVC is a framework that facilitates building web applications based on MVC (Model-View-Controller) design pattern. Request coming from client reaches the Controller through URL Rewriting Module. Controller decides which model to use in order to fulfill the request. Further passing the Model
- Game Optimization for Ultrabook™ Devices - Lee Bamber
In this article you will learn how to improve the speed of your 3D game and understand what to look out for when porting your application to Ultrabook systems.
- Paint Your Music: A Table-Top, Multi-Touch-Enabled Virtual Musical Instrument/Game - Dominic Milano
TheBestSync, a China-based software company focused on integrated software and hardware solutions, entered the Intel App Innovation Contest 2013 (Intel AIC 2013) in partnership with Intel® Developer Zone with the idea of combining game and music technology with an AIO device to create an exciting n
- Enter the Wormhole - Geoff Arnold
fter participating in an earlier Intel contest, developer Dave Gannon took on these challenges, coming back with a vengeance with Wormhole Pinball, the winning app in the games category in the Intel App Innovation Contest 2013 in partnership with the Intel® Developer Zone.
- 3 Ways to generate proxy for WCF Service - Imran Abdul Ghani
In Windows Communication Foundation, for a client application to communicate with a WCF Service, we have following options: Using ChannelFactory Generating Proxies I have already discussed about difference between ChannelFactory and Proxies in one of my previous WCF Tutorial on this blog. In this ar
- Overview of Ultrabook™ 2 in 1 with Recommendations for Mode-Aware App Development - meghana-rao
In this article, you can explore the hardware capabilities of 2 in 1 devices, opportunities that Windows* 8/8.1-based 2 in 1 devices provide to both consumer and enterprise applications, and recommendations for developing apps for the best user experience on each mode.
- One Touch Composer: Creating a Digital Sheet Music App with Touch, Stylus, and Keyboard Control on Microsoft Windows* 8 Tablets - Dominic Milano
When Dmitriy Golonanov, the CEO of the international company, Maestro Music Software, learned that many musicians would rather use a lightweight tablet than carry a laptop to gigs or a classroom, he decided to enlist a small team of developers, which included Sergey Samokhin, to create music notatio
- Audacity* Gets a Touch UI for Tablets and 2 in 1 PCs - Tim_Duncan
This article previews some in-development features of Audacity, which is a free, simple, multi-track audio editor and recorder for Windows*, Mac* OS X*, GNU/Linux*, and other operating systems.
- Fun with Video - Yang Kok Wah
Playing your favorite video all at the same time
- Google Chrome Extension - CodeProject Reputation Watcher - DaveAuld
Google Chrome Extension that scrapes your reputation points and graph, and tracks changes between updates.
- jQuery - .bind(), .live(), .delegate(), .on() ( and also .unbind(), .die(), .undelegate(), .off() ) - Shemeer NS
jQuery - .bind(), .live(), .delegate(), .on() ( and also .unbind(), .die(), .undelegate(), .off() ) Comparison, Definition, Samples
- Canon EDSDK Tutorial in C# - Johannes Bildstein
A tutorial about the Canon SDK to remotly control DSLR cameras. From taking photos to using the LiveView.
- RaptorDB - the Document Store - Mehdi Gholam
NoSql, JSON based, Document store database with compiled .net map functions and automatic hybrid bitmap indexing and LINQ query filters (now with standalone Server mode, Backup and Active Restore, Transactions, Server side queries, MonoDroid support, HQ-Branch Replication)
- Learning Modern OpenGL - Bartlomiej Filipek
A little guide about modern OpenGL and why it gives us so much value.
- VB6 C# VB Code Converter - NewPast
Converting codes Focus on upgrading VB6 to VB.Net and converting C# VB.Net, and listing many other helpful converter including php, java & others.
New Tips and Tricks added
- Polynomial Calculation - George Jonsson
How to calculate the points on a curve from a given polynomial.
- Zena Sniffer Advanced - amaletic
This tip solves the problem of filtering and getting correct date time information on zigbee package with ZENA sniffer.
- C# CountryInfo LanguageInfo CurrencyInfo classes - Jochen Scharr
C# CountryInfo class, LanguageInfo class and CurrencyInfo class, derived from CultureInfo respectively RegionInfo for a more intuitive and compile-safe handling of countries, languages and currencies
- SignalR 2 in Silverlight 5 - Mahdi Ataollahi
Implementing Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR 2 and Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Client 2 in Silverlight
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- Business Objects != Data Contracts - Terrence Sheflin
I’ve had to build several enterprise size applications over the years, and one of the biggest mistakes I ever made was to re-use the business objects as my data contracts.
New Technical Blogs added
- Saving Preferences in your Android Application - Cindy Potvin
This is the third post in my series about saving data in Android.
- Obscured Shared Preferences for Android - Right Handed Monkey
What are Shared Preferences for? Shared Preferences on Android are great for keeping information that you use in an app. But this information is all stored in plain text. If a user has a rooted device, then they can simply go in an examine what you have in your preferences under /data/data/com.pac
- The Circle of Life…cycle of MVC Applications - Rion Williams
One of the common challenges for developers migrating from the Web Forms environment to MVC is learning how to adjust to a different application life-cycle. Web Forms had a very well defined chain of events that would be triggered prior to a page being rendered, however the lines aren’t as cle
- ASP.Net MVC – HiddenInput and ReadOnly attributes - Arun Ramachandran India
In the last blog post, we have discussed about opening the page in a new browser window in ASP.Net MVC. You can read that article here. In this article we will go over HiddenInput and ReadOnly attributes. HiddenInput attribute is useful when you want to render a property using input type
- Typelist Operations - Paul M Watt
I would like to devote this entry to further discuss the Typelist data type. Previously, I explored the Typelist[^] for use in my network library, Alchemy[^]. I decided that it would be a better construct for managing type info than the std::tuple. The primary reason is the is no data associated wit
- An Interesting List of Development Stuff (May 2014) - Rion Williams
In this month’s installment of the ILODS, we will take a look at all of the exciting announcements from Microsoft’s TechEd 2014 event as well as the usual collection of all sorts of other development-related news. Exciting things are ahead! How Scott Hanselman Changed My Life If you are a soft
- XCode 5 versus XCode 6 default generated Game (Sprite Kit) project and scene sizes - PeteBarber
As a way to learn about Swift I've been trying to write a simple game using Sprite Kit. My initial plan was to just allow a ball to be dragged around the screen and ensure it was constrained by the screen edges. This was a little harder than originally envisioned. This was partly because the default
- Debugging and Profiling MySQL Performance with PHP - Right Handed Monkey
Debugging and Profiling MySQL Performance with PHP
- How to use Amazon SES to Send Email from PHP - Right Handed Monkey
CodeProjectSending mail using Amazon's SES (Simple Email Service)I couldn't find too many good examples for this online and the Amazon AWS PHP SDK had incomplete documentation for a SendEmail function when I was researching this topic.NOTE: My biggest flaw with this was I was using the SMTP username
- The Only AngularJS Modal Service You'll Ever Need - Dave Kerr
If you need modals in an AngularJS application, look no further. I'll show you how to use the Angular Modal Service to add Bootstrap Modals or your own custom modals to your application.See it in a fiddle or check out a full set of samples online.ContentsUsing the Angular Modal Service A Quick Exam
- Alchemy Typelist Operations - Paul M Watt
I discussed the Typelist with greater detail in my previous post. However, up to this point I haven't demonstrated any practical uses for the Typelist. In this entry, I will further develop operations for use with the Typelist. In order to implement the final operations in this entry, I will need to
- How fast is .NET Garbage Collector? Part 2. - morzel
Read the first part of the article if you haven’t done so already. Part 1 has a brief overview of what GC is and how it performs its magic. It contains a test of GC performance with regards to large array of bytes. You can also find there a detailed information about my test environment&hellip
- WCF Hosting in Windows Service Simplified - Imran Abdul Ghani
We have discussed briefly about different available hosting options (Self Hosting, Windows Service, IIS, WAS etc) for WCF Service in separate post “WCF Interview Questions and Answers – Part 1“. In this WCF Tutorial, we are going to implement hosting WCF Service in a Windows Servic
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