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31 Dec 2012 - 6 Jan 2013
108 articles overall. 44 new, 64 updated.
New articles added
- Persian Gulf in 3D Anaglyph - Mohammad Reza Khosravi
This application uses some simple 2D methods to make 3D scenes which can be seen with Red/Cyan Anaglyph glasses.
- ASP.NET Pagination - Srinivasu Pemma
This is most common but very important part of every developer's life, Taken from my technical blog http://www.srinetinfo.com
- ColorPicker - a jQuery UI Widget - Olivier Giulieri
A web color picker which looks like the one in Microsoft Office 2010.
- Web Storage Made Easy with AmplifyJS - Tim Corey
Local storage, session storage, and all of the other web storage technologies can be great, but they can also be complicated. Learn how to use them, and then how to make life easier with AmplifyJS.
- Versatile WebCam C# library - Predrag Tomasevic
Easy to use C# WebCam library that's not plagued with weird DLL references or PInvoke calls
- So what is Spokes anyway? - Plantronics
Spokes is a runtime engine and software stack to facilitate interaction with and management of Plantronics devices including headsets, handsets and speakerphones.
- Roller Coaster - Rover2341 - Mark Dickinson
Build and ride roller coasters on Windows 8. Use your Ultrabook to play the game using touch.
- A review and refresher on the Intel Ultrabook - Chris Maunder
Impressions on using a 3rd gen sensor-and touchscreen-equipped Intel Ultrabook prototype.
- Touch Piano - Anup Kumar Verma, Konica Gupta
Piano for Ultrabook, desktop application
- Reports Publisher - Christopher Hasanali
A tool used for Publishing the Microsoft Reports to the Microsoft WebService.
New Tips and Tricks added
- Absurd - cyprussun
The duality of success.
- AnswerBox - cyprussun
AnswerBox is just another replacement for the inflexible MessageBox.
- OpenFileFolder - cyprussun
Multiselect file / folder dialog.
- TreeGridView Trick - Mike Prochko
Synchronize a TreeView with a DataGridView to get TreeGridView functionality
- Using HttpLib to consume web services - Redslide
HttpLib makes it easier to asynchronously consume data from web services in C#. The library contains methods to upload to and download from web services.
Tips and Tricks updated
New Technical Blogs added
- Connect to Ubuntu from Windows via RDP - Tharaka MTR
In my office, we have an Ubuntu box which is installed OWASP tools (I’ll get back with what is OWASP later. For now check https://www.owasp.org). My laptop installed Windows 7 and I wanted to remotely connect to the Ubuntu computer to test the installed software. I guess most of you use “VNC Viewer”
- JSF Components – A Quick Example Using ICEFaces - Keyhole Software
This is a continuation of my previous entry on component based java frameworks. In this post, I would like to give a couple of examples of the kinds of components that can be used to quickly bring up a user interface. I would like to first reiterate that what you choose is going to depend [...]
- Anonymous Methods in Delphi - yanniel
Under the scope of Delphi, an anonymous method is either a procedure or function that’s unattached to an identifier. In other words, anonymous methods don’t have names, which is why they are called “anonymous”.
- Hide the utter "Create" constructor of TObject in Delphi - yanniel
In Delphi, constructors can be inherited; this doesn’t happen in Java, C# and C++ for example. Furthermore, constructors in Delphi can have multiple and different names; usually they are called Create, but this is just a convention, since you can define a constructor with whatever name you choose.
- Converting multiple SharePoint 2010 projects to SharePoint 2013 - Adel Refaat
Converting SharePoint 2010 projects to SharePoint 2013 involves changing TargetOfficeVersion to be 15.0, and changing TargetFrameworkVersion to be v4.0 or v4.5 in the Visual Studio csproj file.When you have multiple SharePoint 2010 projects in your solution, it will not be an easy task!The following
- Web service and Script service - Tharaka MTR
Most of you are familiar about writing a web service using c#. Visual Studio provides the project template which easily creates a web service for you. I’m sure you may know how to call this web service using c#. But do you know how to call the web service using client side scripts such as [...]
Technical Blogs updated
- (413) Request Entity Too Large - Tharaka MTR
Recently I worked with a WCF web service which is hosted in IIS7, and I used one of the service methods to send a byte array which contains a picture. This works well with small size images, but when I’m trying to upload a larger picture, the WCF service returns an error: (413) Request Entity [...]
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