Discover a new way to find and share stories you'll love… Learn about Reading Desk

Blog Profile / CodeProject

Filed Under:Programming / Windows Development
Posts on Regator:29695
Posts / Week:91.6
Archived Since:June 30, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Let the context decide

Describes a way to manage user interaction events based on a common Context interface

SecurePHPWebAppCoding - SQL Injection - what is it and how to stop it?

This article describes how we write code while developing web application which results in SQL injection vulnerability and how we should write code to prevent it.

Working with keyboard events and their codes in JavaScript

How can we use the keyboard events of the user and use them to dynamically change the User Interface or to perform some actions.

Article 9 - Beginner’s Guide to Android Content Providers

This article is all about leaning with a hands on code samples about Android Content Provider.

What are The Different Types of Database Backups?

If you are just beginning SQL Server database administration then you might not be familiar with the different types of database backups that are available and exactly what they backup.  This post is going to outline the different types of backups and specifically what they backup, but keep in mind

Interview Question- How conditionally sort the records ? TIP#43

  Problem:- Can we sort records according to particular condition ? Solution:- Most of the time developer faces this challenge of sorting records conditionally. I know  many of us faces this question in interview. Lets understand this by an example. Suppose I have a person table in database and  I w

Find first not null value from different columns TIP # 47

  Problem: Sometimes, it might be possible that we need not null value only from particular columns and if all column have null value then we provide a default value. Lets understand this by a general and very interesting example suppose a friend come to your house and you want to give him a treat&#

Five Lessons From JavaScript: The Good Parts

I have just finished reading JavaScript: The Good Parts by Douglas Crockford. It is a quite illuminating book, from which I learnt a number of interesting and useful lessons about JavaScript. I have chosen five to share with you below. If you are interested in JavaScript, you might find something us

Article 7 - Android Connectivity

This article discuss in detail about various Android connectivity options like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, SIP, USB.

Storage, Services, RSS, JSONP & APIs Like PayPal on Android

Collecting, Saving, and Using User Data to Deliver Targeted Information and Ads

Article 8 - Handling Input and Storage on Android

This article is all about various Android Storage capabilities. We will be discussing in detail about the storage options like SQLite database, Internal and External Storage, Shared Preferences, Network etc.

Single Page Application with .NET MVC and AngularJS

Main content pages use AngularJS to display, and MVC.NET authorization is used for user validation

AngularJS On-demand loading

The article details out how to build an angularJS application which loads the pages on demand thus reducing the overall data transfer.

a MUST HAVE HTML5 Interview Questions and Answers

HTML is a markup language that is used to structure and present various contents that can be rendered in a web browser. HTML5 is the latest Version/Standard of HTML – Hypertext Markup Language. In previous versions, additional plugins were used to render rich web contents but HTML5 facilitates

??Article 9 - Beginner’s Guide to Android Content Providers

In this article, you will learn Android’s way of sharing data through the use of content providers. You will learn how to use the built-in content providers, as well as implement your own content providers to share data across packa...

Copyright © 2011 Regator, LLC