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Most popular new articles
28 Jan 2013 - 3 Feb 2013
119 articles overall. 55 new, 64 updated.
New articles added
- Server Wizard - Ahmed Charfeddine
A Visual C++ Project Wizard for the fast creation of high performance TCP servers in C++.
- Dynamic Expresso - Davide Icardi
Generate LambdaExpression or function delegate on the fly without compilation.
- Versatile WebCam C# library - Predrag Tomasevic
Easy to use C# WebCam library that's not plagued with weird DLL references or PInvoke calls
- Way to Lambda - Florian Rappl
An introduction to lambda expressions as well as an advanced discussion on how and where to use them. This article will also show known and introduce new design patterns that might be helpful.
- Web Search - Visual Studio Add-in , Search (Google, Yahoo, MSDN, Code Project, Stack Overflow and more...) for the selected text/item. - Shemeer NS
Visual Studio Add-in , WebSearch - Multiple search options included in all text editor, reference items, error list. (Integrated search options for Visual Studio IDE), This AddIn works fine with Visual Studio 2005, 2008, 2010, 2012. Custom Search, Shortcut key Alt+F1
- Reflection optimization techniques - Jain, Ajay
The article presents some .net techniques for using reflection optimally and efficiently.
- Implementing a Generic Object Pool in .NET - Ofir Makmal
A walk-through an implementation of a Generic Object Pool that is much more.
- Ranges in C# - Dmitri Nesteruk
Introducing a well-known concept of ranges implemented in C#
- Intertexti - Resurrecting HyperCard - Marc Clifton
A prototype application for cross-referencing and indexing files, URL's.
- DistinctBy in Linq (Find Distinct object by Property) - Pranay Rana
DistinctBy in Linq (Find Distinct object by Property)
- .NET Weak Events for the Busy Programmer - FatCatProgrammer
General WeakEvent class
- CIMTool for Windows Management Instrumentation - Part 1 - Espen Harlinn
Use WMI to retrieve information about your system
- D3dScenePresenter - How to present and manipulate a 3D scene using MDX - Shmuel Zang
This article shows how we can present a 3D scene and, perform common operations (zoom, rotate, move, zoom to specific region, adjust the camera to view the whole of the scene, and pick a 3D shape on a specific region on the rendered surface) on it, using Managed DirectX.
New Tips and Tricks added
- FindWhat - Roger65
Find file or use wildcard i.e. dlg*.h, or *.*
Tips and Tricks updated
New Technical Blogs added
- Using cascading ListBoxes to display hierarchical data in Windows 8 - BillOsuch
When you're dealing with hierarchical data (a tree-like data format such as folders that have sub-folders that have subfolders, etc.) you have to come up with an organized way of displaying it. You could create a tree view, similar to how Windows Explorer displays folders, but I wanted to try someth
- Touches - Ivan Krivyakov
- Defining a service layer: the text-based adventure - Stacy Vicknair
Applications these days have more options than ever for a user interface, and it’s only going to grow. A successful product might require native applications for mobile devices, a regular web implementation, or even a gaming console. These systems often will be centralized and data driven. The sol
Technical Blogs updated
- WebAPI follow-up.. what about protocol buffers? - Jeffrey T. Fritz
A s a follow-up to my previous article about WebAPI , I received an interesting question from a friend on LinkedIn: Is there a way to emit data in Protobuf format?
- The Truth About HttpHandlers and WebApi - Jeffrey T. Fritz
HttpHandlers had their place, but going forward, I'm going to use WebAPI whenever I need to transmit data over HTTP to browsers or any other connected client.
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