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This is a series of articles demonstrating.NET AI library from scratch
In our example MVC web application, we will call a WEB API-2 to perform data manipulation (Insertion/Deletion/Search).
A tool to generate face images and animated gif files for different angles and lighting using only a single face image. Also includes Face Matcher using Microsoft Face API.
While developing login pages we usually get a requirement that there should be icon in password entry to show/hide password while entering the password. While [...]
Speed up the loading of the main view by automatically loading partial views in async
Step-by-step tutorial on integrating projects created using angular-cli and dotnet-cli
The article presents idea and implementation of class to manage selection of only one element in different linear and hierarchical structures
Implementation of one-time-pad encryption
How to implement custom model binders in ASP.NET Core. Continue reading
How to send push notifications to Android with C#
WPF-MVVM weather forecast application that displays weather data using the OpenWeatherMap API
Sometimes we need to deserialize JSON into an object model. Here, I'll explain deserialization of objects belonging to a class hierarchy with a support of different formats using Newtonsoft Json.Net library.
A custom control that adapts to the datatype of the source.
I present a short introduction to resource dictionaries with examples.
This article introduces the implementation of an algorithm written in Visual Basic.NET that allows us to quickly and easily parse and evaluate the resulting value of various mathematical expressions
PostgreSQL notifications Windows Forms application
This article is purely for Beginners want to start learning ASP.NET MVC with step by step example and using the out of the box feature( without writing any code).
If you’re in the middle of trying to learn React, you have probably run into the “the gap.” You have a handle on the basics: components, props, state. You’ve done a tutorial or two, and probably built a few To Do apps. Though your skills aren’t quite at the level of building a real app yet, yo