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143 articles overall. 98 new, 45 updated.
New articles added
- XML Sitemap - Mihai MOGA
An alternative Windows version to XML Sitemap online generators
- Compiler and language - Asif Bahrainwala
Design your own language and write a compiler/ interpreter for it
- Office 2013 Style Splash Screen - Magyar András
How to create Office 2013 style splash screen for Windows Forms
- PowerPoint template generator - roli.hof
This article describes a windows forms application which automates MS Office PowerPoint 2007 in order to replace predefined text of a template with your input
- WCF-Global Exception Handling using IErrorHandler - Shemeer NS
Global Exception Handling or Controlling the fault message returned to the client and also additional features like error logging. IErrorHandler, IServiceBehaviuor. HandleError, ProvideFault.
- Article 2 - Setting Up Your Android Development Environment - Ranjan.D
In this article you will be learning how to set up your android development environment, Creating android virtual device. Also you will see a comparison about Eclipse vs Android.
- Article1- Introduction to Android OS - Riju_Vashisht
This article gives you information about the history and architecture design of Android Operating System.It also covers the comparisons between various other Mobile Operating Systems.
- Creating a Simple Hello World Android Project - Julie Bartolf
In this tutorial I will explain about the basic components of an Android application and show you step by step how to create, fix, and test your first android application.
- FretboardJs - CognitiveFeedback
An SVG Guitar Fretboard Library
- Implementing a WADO Server using Orthanc - Sébastien Jodogne
This article explains how to create a basic WADO server to provide Web access to DICOM images. The WADO server is implemented as a plugin for Orthanc, a lightweight DICOM store.
- Peer to Peer File Sharing Through WCF - Amir Jalilifard
In this article, you are going to learn about P2P Network and Windows Communication Foundation to share your files between peers through a P2P network.
New Tips and Tricks added
- IE AJAX POST Requests - Zachary Gardner
IE waits till the end of the thread to send AJAX POST requests to the server.
- Cascading Asynchronous Function Execution (CAFÉ) - John Bonfardeci
Tips and Tricks updated
- Conditional Split Transformation in SSIS - Sreekanth Mohan
Conditional split is used to route data rows to different outputs based on conditions. This is similar to CASE statement in programming languages. Here I am explaining conditional split with an example.
New Technical Blogs added
- Common authentication/authorization between .NET4.0 and .NET4.5 web applications - Sebastian Solnica
ASP.NET Identity is a big step forward and we should profit from its features, such as: two-step authentication, support for OpenId providers, stronger password hashing and claims usage. One of its requirements is .NET4.5 which might be a blocker if…Read more ›
- Access IIS Express Website From Remote Machine - Garry Pilkington
IIS Express Run From a Remote Machine Sometimes running a web application using IIS Express using localhost is fine, but if you want to use the IP address and port to access it from another machine then you need to configure…Read more ›Related Posts:Debugging a Windows 8 Store App on a S
- AngularJS hack/tip :: Invoking JS code after DOM is ready - Gilly Barr
CodeProjectWhen working with AngularJS, you frequently update the DOM after the DOM was already 'ready'.What I mean by that is that the browser will load the DOM, and the template will completely load. BUT, your template might have an 'ng-if' or 'ng-repeat' directive that will only be attached to th
- Optional: Java 8’s way to deal with null - TheCannyCoder
For those who have been programming Java or C/C++ for any period of time will know one of the most annoying things is trying to debug a crash due accessing a null object. While the concept of null is needed to make a programming language work, deal with deviations from the normal ‘happy’
- Introduction to Swift - Madhur Kapoor
Swift is a brand new programming language which was revealed by Apple at WWDC 2014 along with iOS 8. It is set to eventually replace the Objective – C language which is currently being used for Apple development. Swift is easier to learn and it has got a much cleaner syntax as compared to Obje
- Unity and C# : Performance Optimisation tips - Vidyasagar MSC
“Premature optimization is the root of all evil.” ― Donald Ervin Knuth, Art of Computer Programming, Volume 1: Fundamental Algorithms Optimization is a term which is familiar to any developer. Game developers are more aware of this because of three reasons, They realize the importance only at the fa
- The developer syndrome and how (not) to avoid it - Vangos Pterneas
OK. Admit it. You have fallen into the trap. I have fallen, too. Imagine a very typical day in the office: you have to build some hardcore stuff, code complex algorithms or implement demanding business logic. There is a bunch of third-party libraries and tools you can use, paid or free. Such tools c
- Why Threat Model - CdnSecurityEngineer
Your Software is insecure If this is the first time you’ve heard this, or you believe otherwise, you’re honestly in the wrong field. Software as good as it is, as useful as it is, as wonderfully inventive as it is,…Read more ›
- Lack of Updates and Attention to Detail - Kevin Mack
Hello All, I know its been a while since my last post. And I felt that I should at least post something up here for those who have been following along with my updates to this blog. As for the lack of updates, the reason is actually pretty simple, I've been on vacation, and much like most of us in
- What is a Security Engineer? - CdnSecurityEngineer
Intro This is an interesting topic, my reasoning for writing this will become clear in the not too distant future, however not many organizations that are actively writing code have many folks focused or dedicated exclusively to security, if you…Read more ›
- Windows: Getting callback on child process exit in C++ - Ivan Krivyakov
In my current capacity I sometimes descend into the virtually forgotten depths of C++ desktop programming. One interesting problem I needed to solve is how to get notified about a process exit. My program can create potentially unlimited number of child processes, and I need to know when they die. I
- Upgrade/Publish TFS 2013 Process Templates with PowerShell - Gordon W Beeming
I use to make a lot of TFS customizations and had to apply the template changes to multiple team projects which took a bit of time. Depending on the method you use it could be a quick or loooong process . When I first started doing customizations I used the TFS Power Tools to upload changes which is
Technical Blogs updated
- OneTrueError and ASP.NET - jgauffin
OneTrueError is my new startup which also is a member of Microsoft BizSpark. This post is about the client library for ASP.NET (WebForms/MVC/WebAPI). It will catch and handle all uncaught exceptions automatically. They are also uploaded to our site for … Continue reading →
- Visual Studio Integrated ULS Viewer (free Visual Studio 2012/2013 add-in) - Kyriakos Akriotis
Project Description Visual Studio integrated ULS Viewer does not come to substitute or demand a place among the currently existing ULS viewers. Definitely it cannot even be compared with the richness of functionality of the originial UlsViewer from Microsoft (currently discontinued) but this is not
- OneTrueError and the WCF integration - jgauffin
OneTrueError has a complete WCF integration following the same pattern as WCF. It makes it a breeze to capture and analyze errors in WCF applications. Installation First of all you need to have an account at OneTrueError.com. Start by installing … Continue reading →
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