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- Dynamically adding controls on a hierarchical structure on MVC - _DanV_
Today I will briefly go through the complete solution for dynamically adding controls on a hierarchical structure which will maintain the model bindings. Basically I will explain how to create an MVC project which will allow the user to edit (adding different items) a hierarchical structure.
- A Coder Interview With Jeffrey Fritz - The Code Project, Jeffrey T. Fritz
Welcome to our continuing series of Code Project interviews in which we talk to developers about their backgrounds, projects, interests and pet peeves. In this installment we talk to Jeffrey Fritz, a software-as-a-service developer in the education market.
- How to Capture, Edit and Upload Images Through Your Web Browser - Dynamsoft
In this article, I’ll show you how to capture images from your web browser, edit them, and then upload them to your system.
- Document Processing SDK for .NET - Dynamsoft
In this article, I’ll show you how to embed document processing, such as image scanning, editing, and uploading, to your .NET application.
- Windows 8: The Right Way to Read & Write Files in WinRT - Jerry_Nixon
Windows 8 Metro development leverages WinRT; and, in WinRT, there are new namespaces – and namespace constriction in the .Net Framework. What you think you know, you may not.
- Adventures in Windows 8: HTTP Post Helper WinRT Component - FrankLavigne
Adventures in Windows 8: HTTP Post Helper WinRT Component
- ASP .NET Plotter - Akram El Assas
- ASP.NET Plotter Toolkit - HTML5 Charting for all - Akram El Assas
ASP.NET Plotter Toolkit makes the process of creating ASP.NET charting controls much simpler and much easier. The toolkit comes with extendable HTML5 charting controls for plotting time series and dense data sets.
- Neat Tooltip for ComboBox - simonchen.net
Details of how to make a tool-tip for a combobox. The enhanced class CTTCombobox is derived from the MFC ComboBox class.
- Screen Capture - Tarun Y Mangukiya
Capture the parts of the screen while surfing, working with any software and save it automatically
- Editor for Mario5 - Florian Rappl
Adding some spice to the Mario game by providing a Level editor with a social platform.
- Simple Injector - The .NET Junkie
The easiest Inversion of Control framework in town.
- WCF Serialization – A Case Study - Ravi Teja Pidaparthi
A Case Study to explore ways to customize and improve WCF by overriding the default serialization behaviour
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