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2 Jul 2012 - 8 Jul 2012
103 articles overall. 48 new, 55 updated.
New articles added
- CLR Hosting - Customizing the CLR - Mattias Högström
.NET apps are run by the .NET runtime. There exists an unmanaged API which allows you to run apps under a customized runtime. This API lets you strengthen security, provide a different deployment strategy, add framework logging, provide your own memory management implementation, or sandbox an applic
- Dynamic Type Description Framework for PropertyGrid - Mizan Rahman
A framework that allows you to customize your class for PropertyGrid at design-time and/or run-time. Using this framework your can control what properties PropertyGrid shows, how the properties are shown, and when it shows them.
- A Calculation Engine for .NET - Bernardo Castilho
A calculation engine that is small, fast, and extensible.
- Ela, functional programming language - Basil Voronkov
Description of an interpreted functional programming language implemented solely in .NET/C#.
- Kruskal Algorithm - Omar Gamil
Implementation of Kruskal Algorithm in C#
- Generic Finite State Machine (FSM) - Cpp For All
Practical, type safe and easy way to create and use state machine in C++
- Create a Voronoi diagram 1 of 2 - Kenneth Haugland
A detailed description for creating Voronoi diagrams, review of basic functions
- Jazz Up Your C# Code - Charles Wiebe and John Hansen
Maintaining code with complex permissions tends to be difficult, because the code can be distributed across multiple classes. By embedding permissions directly on methods and properties within a class, code is reduced and maintainability is simplified.
- Fun with continued fractions - Kenneth Haugland
Illustrates the calculation and the usefulness of continued fractions
- Windows Phone Crosswords - Marcelo Ricardo de Oliveira
Learn how to create a Windows Phone crosswords game taking advantage of online internet resources
- VBA Extend - NewPast.Net
Format, add line numbers, error handler and expose some dot Net library to VBA
- Token Manager - VectorX
- Access Control in Multi-Tenant Applications with Visual Guard - Novalys
As companies look for different ways to manage their IT needs, “Multi-tenant” and “SaaS” applications are becoming more and more common. However, they also pose unique challenges. We will look at security administration and user management in a multi-tenant application with Visual Guard.
- Commands in MVVM - Dave Kerr
A consistent approach to Commands, Asynchronous Commands, and Events-to-Commands for WPF, Silverlight, and WP7.
- Displaying User Friendly Enum Values in WPF - Henrik Jonsson
Presents a helper class to easily display user-friendly enum value representations including customizable and localizable text, images, and arbitrary XAML content. This class can also be used as a general XAML switch statement for enum and non-enum classes.
- Lifetime events of a WPF application - rajeshkanakarajan
Lifetime events of a WPF application.
New Tips and Tricks added
Tips and Tricks updated
New Technical Blogs added
- Three tricks to get more out of SQL Server in common web scenarios - lelandrichardson
Learn several little-known SQL tricks/techniques used to improve query times and enforce business rules with common everyday web-development scenarios. Article Index: The MERGE Statement Indexed Views (a.k.a Materialized Views) Common Table Expressions 1. The MERGE Statement The MERGE Statement is a
- AUTO INCREMENTED ID WITH NVARCHAR/VARCHAR DATATYPE - Tejas_Vaishnav
CodeProjectINTRODUNCTIONAs we all know SQL provide functionality for Auto Incremented Column and we (mostly) use it for creating primary keys. But there is one limitation for it, it will Auto Increment only NUMERIC value like 1,2,3……up to N. But sometimes we need something like this. Suppose I have
- How Intelligent is Your Business Intelligence? - JasonDove
This is the number one recurring mistake I have seen consulting and pops its ugly head up time and again across all business sectors, reporting software, and methodologies.
- Change and Deleted Item Tracking within the Infragistics DataGrid - Karl Shifflett
Now that I’m back developing production Line of Business (LOB) applications again, I wanted to share some techniques and challenges that I’ve overcome in our WPF UI. Our company uses the Infragistics NetAdvantage for WPF product for our WPF UI. We have been very happy with the product, support respo
- MData – The idea - Pieter Van Parys
A while ago, I was playing around with the XAF framework from Devexpress, in particular with the Domain Components technology (see here and here). I was really convinced about this technology which keeps it simple to test/mock domain objects/classes. Now here is the basic idea: Instead of having a D
Technical Blogs updated
- Reading and Writing CSV Files in MFC - Jonathan Wood
I recently had the need to import and export CSV files in an MFC application. A CSV (Comma-Delimited Values) file is a plain-text file where each row contains one or more fields, separated by commas. CSV files are probably best known for their use by Microsoft Excel. CSV files provide a convenient
- How Do You Solve a Problem Like a Euler? Using F# - James Kolpack
I’ve been slowly making my way through the first 100 ProjectEuler problems while learning F# in an attempt to be morepragmatic - and to try and prevent my grey matter from getting too stale. After many hours of keyboard-head-banging, I’m now getting to the point where I don’tflail uselessly
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