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159 articles overall. 57 new, 102 updated.
New articles added
- SRDF - Write your Own Debugger - AmrThabet
In this article, I’m going to teach you how to write a full functional debugger using the Security Research and Development Framework (SRDF) … how to disassemble instructions, gather Process Information and work with PE Files … and how to set breakpoints and work with your debugger
- Anti-Reflector .NET Code Protection - Igor Ladnik
Article presents a technique allowing developers to protect their .NET code from reverse engineering by reflection of executable files
- Open Audio Engine - Anis A. Hireche
Open Audio Engine - advanced audio middleware for games and multimedia apps
- Final Verdict on Haswell Ultrabook - Steve Smith
I’ve had a pre-release Intel Ultrabook with the new Haswell processor in it for about two months now, so it’s time for one last review of the device.
- MVC Basic Site: Step 1 – Multilingual Site Skeleton - Raul Iloc
This article is intended to be the first one from this series and is focused mainly in the creation of a multilingual MVC web site skeleton.
- MVC Basic Site: Step 4 – jqGrid Integration in MVC 4.0 using AJAX, JSON, jQuery, LINQ, and Serialization - Raul Iloc
This article presents in detail jqGrid integration in MVC 4.0 using AJAX, JSON, jQuery, LINQ, and Serialization.
- MVC Basic Site: Step 3 – Dynamic Layouts and Site Admin with: AJAX, jqGrid, Controller Extensions, HTML Helpers, and more - Raul Iloc
This article provides the implementation of dynamic layouts and web site administration in ASP.NET MVC4.0 by using: AJAX, jqGrid, Custom Action Results, Controller Extension, HTML Helpers, and more.
- AJAX Event Calendar (Scheduler) for ASP.NET MVC in 80 Lines of Code - Dan Letecky
How to build an AJAX Event Calendar (Scheduler) using the open-source DayPilot Lite for ASP.NET MVC library (Apache Software License 2.0).
- Asp.Net 4.5 features - Part 1 - Marla Sukesh
In this article you should have basic knowledge of web development and some features introduced in prior versions of .Net framework, especially Asp.Netfeatures.
- MVC Basic Site: Step 2 - Exceptions Management - Raul Iloc
This second article from the "MVC Basic Site" series presents in details the exceptions management rules and their implementation for an ASP.NET MVC web site, and provides some utile base classes and source code for Logging and Exceptions Management that can be reused.
- Service Based Membership Providers for ASP.NET - Shuqian Ying
Service based, multi-application ASP.NET custom membership, role and profile providers with a hierarchical role system.
- Storing Images in SQL Server using EF and ASP.NET - Eduard Keilholz
A quick help for storing images in SQL Server and displaying them on a ASP.NET Website
- Connecting MongoDB with ASP.NET - gypsyCoder
A startup ASP.NET application using MongoDB
- MVVM in Web development with Upida.Net - vladimir husnullin
MVVM in web development with Upida.Net.
- How to correctly use sitemap for top/left menus - Mangesh V. Devikar
Know about sitemap, multiple sitemaps in a web.config and create navigation menus using sitemap in asp.net
- Exploring Display and Editor Templates in ASP.NET MVC3/4 - Anupam Singh _
Render custom HTML markup for primitive types in MVC3
- What's On Global: Facebook events can be so much more - Patrick McCurley, Rachel Davey
An Azure based software solution allowing users to discover events around them on a massive scale. Features ASP.net MVC4, Entity Framework and a large importing backend utilizing Azure virtual machines
- Specification pattern in C# - Govindaraj Rangaraj
This article explains how to compose Linq queries in C# using Specification pattern.
- Web Site Extreme Makeover, Part 1 of N - B. Clay Shannon
This "Web Site Extreme Makeover" series of articles will provide kind of a "behind-the-scenes" step-by-step look at the process I will go through as I create a new web site for a friend, using his business' existing site as a starting point.
- Collapsable Table View for iOS - Bernhard Häussermann
A set of source files that extends the UITableView so that it has sections that can be collapsed and expanded.
- Java Thread Tutorial -
Arash M. Dehghani
This tutorial contains everything you need to know about basic threading (concurrency) in the Java language, simple and easy. Includes diagrams and code samples for better understanding.
- VBA Extend - NewPast
Format, add line numbers, error handling, expose a .NET library to VBA, and number to words in Office.
- ChronoZooms v2.1-Rise of the Big Bang Theory - Wilson P Shiruguppi
How do you see time? Or better yet how do you visualize time when explaining to students about the concepts of the Big Bang theory from 13 Billion years ago? Now not only can help your students understand what 13B years ago looks like you can experience Big History in a fascinating new way.
- GesturCubes - Meshack Musundi
WPF 3D cubes puzzle game for the AIO(All-In-One) PC
- Inflatimeter™ : Inflation Calculator - DrABELL
Windows 8 application adapted for Tablet PC allows inflation calculation on individual products/service and basket aggregates
- Tetris Push (working title) - Cappa Games
A Tetris-style game that pits friends in a face to face battle with one another, on a single touch screen device.
- Quality Manager - An IAC 2013 Contest Entry - Jason Gleim
An application to help QA inspectors in the field
- Internals of Windows Thread - Mahesh Bailwal
Basics about Windows thread which may help you in understanding how operating system implements threads.
- Recaptcha - ASP.NET Community
Recaptcha:Captcha keeps the spammer away from our site. There is Lot of captcha conrols available for asp.net and few may not work on postback.
- JQuery: A Quick Start Guide - ASP.NET Community
This article is an introduction to JQuery. It is for those people who always heard JQuery but never used it or don’t know where to start from.What is
- Reflection in .NET - ASP.NET Community
Reflection is one of the very nice features of .net, with Reflection one can take out lotsa information about the type. When I say type that means it
New Tips and Tricks added
- ByteArrayBuilder - a StringBuilder for Bytes - OriginalGriff
StringBuilder is a very useful and memory efficient way to concatenate strings, but there is no obvious similar class for byte arrays. This class adds that, and provides a flexible binary data storage medium at the same time
Tips and Tricks updated
New Technical Blogs added
- Introducing Bootstrap Flat - Scott Dorman
Bootstrap Flat is a custom theme on top of Bootstrap that provides a flat look to the user interface elements.
- Mastering Unity 4 Scripting (video series)–A Review - Simon Jackson
By the end of this book you should be able to make scrolling backgrounds, clever AI for bad guys, and be able to save / load and change levels in the way Unity3D always wanted you to but forgot to mention.
- Big Data Job - GanesanSenthilvel
According to MarketsandMarkets the global Big Data market will reach $46.34 billion by 2018.The broader IT market didn't change much in the past year, but there is significant growth in the Big Data related tools (Hadoop, R, MongoDB). Data Scientists post stands at 29 this year-- some are posted un
- How to: passwordless ssh - ocoudert
How do I set up a ssh connection between my local client and a remote machine? Which key should I use? How do I setup a passwordless ssh?
- Top 5 New Features in ASP.NET Web API 2 - Imran Abdul Ghani
ASP.NET Web API 2 has been released with a number of new exciting features. In this web development post, I'll try to discuss new features of it which can be considered the top 5.1. Attribute RoutingAlong with convention-based routing, Web API 2 now supports attribute routing as well.In case of conv
Technical Blogs updated
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