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Saving Settings

Here's an alternate: a custom class that is serializable to store all of that in instead of a single string that you'd then have to parse.Or store it all in an XML file. There are plenty of object-oriented ways to go about this that would be much more readable than just storing it all in a...

NHunspellToolTip- A Spellchecking ToolTip using Hunspell for .NET

This ToolTip will allow you to spell-check the text of items or controls when you can't see the whole text.

Implementing Dynamic ToolTips: Preventing SetToolTip stack overflow

First, why would you want to change the ToolTip text during the PopUp? Why not hook the MouseHover of the control that you want to change the ToolTip? Dynamically setting the ToolTip does not require hooking the PopUp event.How about: public partial class Form1 : Form {...

Android Practical Programming: Implementing Google Play Leaderboard Features within Your Game

This article discusses the basic steps on how to implement Google Play leaderboard features within your game.

Learn knockout in 3 days - Day 2

Today we are going to get deeper into knockout and try to learn some more features about this framework

Why LINQ requires you to Func?

When LINQ appeared on our screens it brought along a requirement under the guise of 'Func' whenever you wanted to do anything substantial, such as supply the contents of a where clause:What exactly is Func? What are we actually being asked for here?  This is a journey that begins with delegates.Firs

Mastering Unity 2D Game Development–AI and State machines

It’s finally here, my first title has now been published on Packt’s publishing site and all of the leading online bookstores (probably a few less reputable as well ??).  If you like what you see in these snippets, they you are going to love the full book. Here’s an overview …

How speedy.js is your web site ?

As a performance officer, I recently watch by a presentation from Lara Callender Swanson about how Etsy moved towards a culture of performance and mobile web by educating, incentivizing and empowering everyone who works at Etsy. Inspired by a repo on github and StackExchange‘s Miniprofiler, I’ve cre

Mobile Development: PingNG-the next generation ping

As I needed a tool to test the maximum MTU size for a network, I needed a ping tool where I can define the packet size and the DF (Do Not Fragment-Flag). As I did not find such a tool, I wrote PingNG. It is a simple tool but the code had to avoid some […]

Tabs in the SSAS cube designer

What We will learn? While creating cube using SQL server data tools or Business intelligence development studio we came across many tabs in the designer window. Let’s understand each one of the tab in short. 1. Cube structure a. Shows the current structure of the cube. Shows the available dimensions

People Management or Technical skills?

There is a very small belief among IT people. “As we become more experienced we should concentrate towards people management more than technology”. Let’s try to understand whether it is true or false. Look at the following conversation between MD, Project Manager and a developer of a company called

Notes from a TechEd talk on SOLID principles

Originally posted on: took notes on a great TechEd presentation about the S.O.L.I.D. principles. I highly recommend this talk for all developers.   Single Responsibility Principle There can be

Simple Serial communication utilities

A simple serial communication library, with a serial ports enumerator

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