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Most popular new articles
9 Sep 2013 - 15 Sep 2013
172 articles overall. 64 new, 108 updated.
New articles added
- IoC and DI Tips - AllCodify
Some design and architectural guidelines when using an IoC container and DI
- A wrapper for the id3lib library - Oso Oluwafemi Ebenezer
This is a wrapper (in c++) for the id3lib library. It helps in getting and setting (reading and writing) id3 frames in media files that uses ID3 tagging.
- Aspect Oriented Programming: learn step by step and roll your own implementation! - Guirec Le Bars
A journey into AOP land with concerns, pointcuts, joinpoints, advices, aspects, interceptors, proxies, targets, mix-ins, composites...
- C# and ASP.NET Interview Question and Answers - Akhil_Mittal
Interview question and answers for C# and ASP.NET
- Lucene.Net – Custom Synonym Analyzer - AndrewSmith
How to use Lucene.net search to work with synonyms
- Expression API Cookbook - Sacha Barber, Ian P Johnson
A how to do Expression API cookbook
- Can you explain Lazy Loading? - Shivprasad koirala
Lazy loading is a concept where we delay the loading of the object until the point where we need it.
- Integer Base Converter - Adam Zgagacz
Encode numbers in different positional numeral systems.
- GestSpace : A case for Rx Framework and Leap Motion - Nicolas Dorier
A story about how Rx Framework saved my life for high frequency event processing
- Robot Alarm Clock - Jim Atwell
Bluetooth robotic alarm clock using C#
- SevenSegmentLEDDigits Control - gggustafson
Introduces a user-drawn control, named SevenSegmentLEDDigits, that displays a decimal value as a sequence of seven LED segment digits.
- Timed Update Edit Control - Craig Henderson
An edit control to periodically validate and reformat its contents.
- IRTB2 - Globin
This is an alternative for "Improved RichTextBox - IRTB". 2.3 is out! Finnaly with some Regex Fixing and Alpha of Alphas in identing!
- Chesslings - Marcelo Ricardo de Oliveira
An isometric chess game using Paper JS
- A Java Chat Application - Anurag Saini
A chat application which can handle multiple users at the same time.
- 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.
- Java/JSON mapping with GSON - Pragmateek
Java/JSON mapping with GSON.
- Versioning Controlled Build - Julijan Sribar
A Visual Studio add-in and command-line utility that automates versioning of .NET and VC++ projects
- Show Word file in WPF - JosipK, Mario Z
Small WPF application that loads DOCX file, reads DOCX file and displays its content in WPF.
- C# and Asp.Net Question and Answers(All in one) - Akhil_Mittal
this article provides a collection of numerous .Net, C#, ADO.NET, Web Services, .Net Framework questions and answers for which a reader has to look around for entire internet on different community web sites.
New Tips and Tricks added
- A Plane Game - ryowu
A game that shows how to use C# drawing and how to create 2D anime.
- The Snake - doostl
Moving the snake by a timer and some labels.
- AutoBuild Installer - Durgesh Nakkani
This tool copies MSI installers from a distributed server and installs it on a VM Wrokstation
Tips and Tricks updated
- Find your inner exception - John Simmons / outlaw programmer
One approach to find a specific exception type inside the containing exception
- TryRepeat - Niel M.Thomas
A small tip to retry an action, with an easy to use extension.
New Technical Blogs added
- Gradle: do we need another build tool? - Keyhole Software
In the early days of Java development, we either didn’t see much of a need for build tools, or used what we had from other environments. I can still remember building shell scripts and make files for developing Java. The make files were especially interesting, because this was a tool that just
- Validating Social Security Numbers through Regular Expressions - Rion Williams
Regular Expressions are often used to handle all sorts of validation : E-mail Addresses Postal Codes Telephone Numbers Dates and Times Social Security Numbers This blog post focuses on validating the last of those : Social Security Numbers and why they may be a bit deceivingly more difficult to vali
- Creating a Self Hosted WCF Service - Praveen Kumar Katiyar
In this post I am going to explain how to create a simple WCF Service, with Self Hosting and consume it, there will be 4 parts of the project. A Class Library (MyMathServiceLib.dll): which will implement our business logic. Service Host Application (MathServiceHost.exe): Application which will host
Technical Blogs updated
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