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177 articles overall. 100 new, 77 updated.
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- String Aggregation in the World of SQL Server - Sergey Syrovatchenko
This article includes examples of T-SQL capabilities that allow to perform string concatenation flexibly and effectively through the use of different constructs.
- A Coder Interview with Lewis Collins - CodeProject
Lewis Collins (Senior Software Consultant at Plantronics) discusses his background, project, interest, pet peeves, and just what you can do with a decent headset.
- The C# trickbox - Florian Rappl
A close look at some powerful features of C# that are less known but sometimes come in very handy.
- Dungeons of XAF and Magic 13.2 - Mario Blataric
Scared of entering modern dungeon of dev technologies? Meet XAF, your new companion hero.
- DevExpress – When Only The Best Will Do - Dirk_Strauss
DevExpress – December is a month of giving and if you are looking to fill the gift stocking of that special developer someone, have a look at the new release of DevExpress. I have been lucky enough to explore the product for the past while. As usual, DevExpress come out tops with some awesome new fe
- The Dew Review- DevExpress ASP.NET 2013.2 - Alvin Ashcraft
The Dew Review- DevExpress ASP.NET 2013.2
- C# String Extensions - Prabu ram
Some commonly used operations with string in c# as extension methods
- WPF and multi-touch - Florian Rappl
Exploring WPF capabilities, limitations and work-arounds to create state-of-the-art applications with multi-touch features.
- Using the Task Parallel Library (TPL) in WPF - Gary Owsiany
Keeping a WPF application responsive involves using background processes to handle long running tasks, and the TPL makes this programming task easier than ever. It also provides a way to cancel the task asynchronously and to update the UI (for example, with a progress bar) from the background proces
- Barcode Image Generation Library - Brad Barnhill
This library was designed to give an easy class for developers to use when they need to generate barcode images from a string of data.
- Versioning Controlled Build - Julijan Sribar
A Visual Studio add-in and command-line utility that automates versioning of .NET and VC++ projects
- RaptorDB - the Document Store - Mehdi Gholam
NoSql, JSON based, Document store database with compiled .net map functions and automatic hybrid bitmap indexing and LINQ query filters (now with standalone Server mode, Backup and Active Restore, Transactions, Server side queries, MonoDroid support, HQ-Branch Replication)
- RaptorDB REST - Mehdi Gholam
A REST web interface for RaptorDB the document database
New Tips and Tricks added
- WMP Playlist Fix - AdventureRider
The goal is to clean-up double entries in Windows Media Player playlists because the player doesn’t do that itself. For that, a WPL class has been written, and a program that uses that class.
- Monostate pattern - Darek Danielewski
An interesting variation on the Singleton pattern
Tips and Tricks updated
New Technical Blogs added
- Building ASP.Net Web API RESTful Service – Part 8 - Taiseer Joudeh
This is the eight part of Building ASP.Net Web API RESTful Service Series. The topics we’ll cover are: Building the Database Model using Entity Framework Code First – Part 1. Applying the Repository Pattern for the Data Access Layer – Part 2. Getting started with ASP.Net Web API -
- The Newest Fiddle Sibling : .NET Fiddle! - Rion Williams
Earlier this year, I wrote a short post that covered different tools that you can use from the comfort of your favorite browser to help create examples, prototypes and just tinker in general. This post serves to introduce the newest member of the Fiddle family of tools (which surprisingly are only r
- Attached and Routed Events outside of WPF - Nick Polyak
Code Location CodeProject The code for this blog post can be downloaded from AttachedRoutedEvents.zip. Introduction Here I continue a series of blog posts regarding implementing WPF concepts outside of WPF. In Attached Properties outside of WPF I introduced a notion of AProperty – attached pro
- Thinking in Easy TryCatch - comiscience
How to think in easy trycatch
- Thinking in Behavior Xaml - comiscience
In WPF, it’s a very useful technique that we could add new functions for a UI Control without changing any element in it. Write a piece of code in Xaml to create a GridControl, then we put our diy UI function code in this piece of code of Xaml, then we got it. I’ll put…
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