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141 articles overall. 88 new, 53 updated.
New articles added
- DOCTYPE Explored - Mohit1110
In this article we will exploring more about DocType and will understand how does this effect the page rendering.
- An Introduction to Functional Programming with Java 8 - TheCannyCoder
Java 8 is perhaps one of the most exciting editions of the Java language in recent times. One of the headline features is support for functional programming which is the focus of this blog. The support comes mostly in three features: Support for [work pipeline] streams. Streams allow us to process d
- A Windows 8 WPF Ribbon - Alexander Wieser
The article showcases a Windows 8 themed WPF Ribbon inspired by Office 2013 and Visual Studio 2013.
New Tips and Tricks added
Tips and Tricks updated
- Advantages of Making Your Methods Idempotent and Static in C# - Rob Kraft
A method is idempotent when the same input(s) always return the same output. This method is idempotent: This method is not idempotent: When adding methods to classes, many developers spend little time deciding if the method should be idempotent. Making use of the properties in the class causes the
New Technical Blogs added
- ASP.NET Anti-Forgery Tokens internals - Sebastian Solnica
Anti-Forgery Tokens were introduced in ASP.NET in order to prevent Cross-Site Request Forgeries. There are many sites which describe how to use and configure those tokens in your application. But in this post I’m going to show you what exactly…Read more ›
- Cheat Sheet for Enabling Output Caching in ASP.NET MVC - Alexander Turlov
What is Output CachingASP.NET output caching feature allows increasing web application performance by returning content that was built some time ago instead of rebuilding it on every request. Returning content from cache only takes a few milliseconds as opposed to executing a full request cycle that
- Store Data from an HTML Canvas as a Byte and Save it in Azure - Sacha Barber
As Part of a bigger project I am doing right now, I wanted to be able to store data from a HTML Canvas as a byte and save it in Azure blog storage. I thought that this by iteself may make an interesting post. I have not posted up any code this time, but all […]
- High Resolution Clock in C# - Sebastian Krysmanski
This article will be mainly about resolution (and precision and accuracy to some extend).
- Why GridView RowUpdating Event is not giving the updated values? - Tadit Dash (ତଡିତ୍ କୁମାର ଦାଶ)
This is a most common question in Forums. We will find the actual cause, for which the RowUpdating Event behaves abnormal. Walk Through Add a GridView in aspx page and define all its required properties and Events. Bind the GridView from back end. For our example, we will bind one DataTable. Define
- Alchemy: Data - Paul M Watt
This is an entry for the continuing series of blog entries that documents the design and implementation process of a library. This library is called, Network Alchemy[^]. Alchemy performs data serialization and it is written in C++.By using the template construct, Typelist, I have implemented a basis
- Introduction to Functional Programming in Java 8 – Part Two - TheCannyCoder
Welcome to Part Two! To begin this session, let’s start with a return to our HelloWorld example from the last article. Let’s make one more change to the pipeline – how about we get rid of countries that begin with a G: Now it only greets 4 countries. The filter operation keeps item
- Ranges and Looping with IntStream - TheCannyCoder
In the previous posts we looked at taking a container, getting it to stream its contents into a pipeline and looked at a few different operations on data in that pipeline (forEach, map, filter, peek). Java 8 supports several specialist streams where the pipeline contains a specific type of object. T
- Generators with Java 8 - TheCannyCoder
Today we'll look at creating generators. In simple terms, a generator is a function which returns the next value in a sequence. Unlike an iterator, it generates the next value when needed, rather than returning the next item of a pre-generated collection. Some languages such as Python support
- Advantages of Pure Functions and Idempotent Functions in .Net - Rob Kraft
Summary This article will define a “Pure Function” and an “Idempotent Function”. It will also explain the advantages of each type of function using examples in C# .Net. Definitions A method is a “Pure Function” when it always returns the same results when given th
- MultiTasking is a Myth - Jeffrey T. Fritz
In this post, Jeff discusses his multitasking tips and some pitfalls that he has found from multitasking too much.
- Migrate WordPress to Google App Engine - Kristofer Kallsbo
Why not run WordPress on Google App Engine? You will get performance and stability while only paying for the resources you actually use. Reading the official Google tutorial "Running WordPress in App Engine" it gives you a fare idea what you are in for. But if you want to migrate a currently running
- Alchemy: Message Interface - Paul M Watt
This is an entry for the continuing series of blog entries that documents the design and implementation process of a library. This library is called, Network Alchemy[^]. Alchemy performs data serialization and it is written in C++.I presented the design and initial implementation of the Datum[^] obj
- Master the Managed Azure Mobile Services Backend–Part Three - IInjac
In the second part of this series you learned about the MVC pattern. ASP .NET, Katana and you created your first managed service using Visual Studio.This part will cover the basics of custom controllers. Custom Controllers Custom controllers are usual Web API controllers that you would
- Review – 50 Articles completed on WCF Tutorial - Imran Abdul Ghani
By publishing my last article “WCF Hosting in IIS Simplified“, I have completed a milestone of 50 WCF Tutorial on Windows Communication Foundation for beginners as well as professional developers. Throughout this journey, my intention was to follow a practical and step by step approach t
- Software Design Patterns - Paul M Watt
Software Design Patterns have helped us create a language to communicate and concepts and leverage the skills of previous work. Design patterns are very powerful, language agnostic descriptions problems and solutions that have been encounter and solved many times over. However, design patterns are o
- 2 simple ways to configure WCF binding - Imran Abdul Ghani
In one of previous WCF Tutorial for beginners, I discussed about the ABC’s of WCF Service Endpoint. An Endpoint of Service has following three parts also known as ABC (Address, Binding, Contract): Address defines Where: Where is the location of WCF Service? Binding defines How: How we can acce
Technical Blogs updated
- Sharing Code: Adding NavigationService - saramgsilva
An example about NavigationService in share code scenarios, that will be registered in one IOC container and injected by the view model’s constructor.
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