84 articles this week.
Welcome to this week's newsletter from The Code Project.
To ensure that future newsletters you receive from The Code Project
aren't mistakenly blocked by antispam software, be sure to add the maillist.codeproject.com domain to your list of
Developer Challenge: $40,000 in prizes. Now with added Spot Challenges!
Each weekday morning from now until the
D&B Developer Challenge
ends on July 31, we will post a new $50 spot challenge in the comment section at
the bottom of the contest page. Each challenge poses a simple questions, and to
find the answers you'll have to dig into the
D&B Developer Sandbox on Windows Azure and use the DataMarket service explorer
to search the dataset. Questions will be posted at 10am ET each weekday morning
and the first person to reply on the contest page with the correct answer wins.
Please see the D&B Developer
Challenge contest page for the full rules and conditions of entry. If you have
any questions about the challenge or D&B data then join our live conversation
every Thursday at 2pm ET/ 11 am PT. D&B technical and data people are on hand
Phil Lee knows Azure
Our Azure context has finally closed and a huge congrats to Phil Lee with his
unbelievably comprehensive walk-through and write-up of his journey through
Azure. From a simple idea to a fully functioning database powered website talking
to an Ubuntu VM running Apache Solr with a beautiful responsive design to allow
it to function perfectly well on everything from a desktop to a smartphone. If you
ever want to know how to make Azure work for you
read his article.
D&B Developer Challenge
What you can do with over 215+ million business records? Create your account through Windows Azure Marketplace to access D&B’s Dev Sandbox and then tell us about it.
Check out the challenge & prizes here.
Learn critical new skills together.
Give your team access to video tutorials, code samples, books, and certification guides.
Starting at $299.
Give Boring Data a Facelift
Iron Speed Designer is the fastest way to deliver feature-rich applications for .NET, SharePoint and software-as-a-service cloud computing environments. Amaze users with visually stunning applications that look like they took months to build.
Download a Trial!
All experts start somewhere.
Master the syntax and conventions for writing classes, methods and variables in Objective-C.
Learn to create an objective-C class in XCode.
SpreadsheetGear 2012 for .NET Now Available!
New WPF and Silverlight controls, multithreaded recalc, 64 new Excel compatible functions, save to XPS, improved efficiency and performance, Windows 8 support and more.
Download your fully functional SpreadsheetGear trial Today!
This week's survey: What book taught you most about being a good programmer?
Most popular new articles
1 Jul 2013 - 7 Jul 2013
|Today, your end users need real-time access to relevant information pertaining to their business, even when they are on the move. Your products need to process and visualize heaps of data in the form of charts, reports, and dashboards. What you need need is a charting component that not only provides the correct visualization for the data, but also builds an immersive experience for your end-user.|
84 articles overall. 32 new, 52 updated.
New articles added
- TwitterBootstrapMvc - Dmitry A. Efimenko
Fluent implementation of ASP.NET-MVC HTML helpers for Twitter Bootstrap.
- Caching Images in ASP.NET - Karin Huber
One of the simplest but most effective methods to improve performance in web applications is to cache images on the client.
- Simple Dashboard - kannankeril
- A Coder Interview With Marc Clifton - CodeProject, Marc Clifton
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 track down Code Project member Marc Clifton.
- Java Thread Tutorial - user5583208
This tutorial contains everything you need to know about the basic threading(concurrency) in Java language, simple and easy. includes diagram and code samples for better understanding :D
- Java Thread Example - user5583208
5 simple cool Java Thread Example that you should see, ones that don't have any synchronization between themselves.
- AngleSharp - Florian Rappl
Bringing the DOM to C# with a HTML5/CSS3 parser written in C#.
- LINQ to ASCII Art - Hisham Abdullah Bin Ateya
Convert image to ASCII art using LINQ technology.
- Rock Solid Quality - Paulo Zemek
Make your life easier by having components that never corrupt inner states.
- ScreenHopper - sbarnes
A CodeProject mash-up providing a Hotkey to jump the cursor from one screen to the next on multi-monitor systems
New Tips and Tricks added
Tips and Tricks updated
- MediaPlayer in WPF - josh-jw
This tip will give you a better idea about creating a custom media player in WPF.
New Technical Blogs added
Technical Blogs updated
© 2013 The Code Project. All rights reserved.
This email was sent to email@example.com.
To stop receiving The Code Project Insider News click here.
The Code Project
503-250 Ferrand Drive, Toronto Ontario, M3C 3G8 Canada
+1 416-849-8900 x 100
Please do not reply directly to this email. It was sent from an unattended
mailbox. For correspondence please use firstname.lastname@example.org