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Extended XML Serializer for.NET 4 and.NET CORE with WebApi and ASP Core integration.
Working with AngularJS on Internet Explorer
Deploy existing console app in azur web app
This article shows how to use JSON response from REST service using Java GSON API
This is an alternative for "WPF Loading Wait Adorner"
Oracle 12c has many new features, and these are the five most useful (in my opinion).
If you are like me, you prefer to run and configure your computer or laptop the way you like it instead of the way the computer OEM wants you to use it. In this post, I show you how to get there.
I have needed to export scheduled tasks (the items visible from Windows Task Scheduler) to keep it safe as a future backup. But, the Windows Task Scheduler interface allows you to export only one task at a time. I was sure there was something available in good old PowerShell. And sure enough, there
If you are running a Windows virtual machine, you can quickly run out of space on your system drive, thanks to a great feature called “Windows Update” that can fill up your drive with caches of all the updates you have installed.
The article explains how to get simple, practical and powerful SQL Queries using Grouping Sets, Rollup, Cube and Pivoting by means of detailed examples.
WebAPI, Azure, Android
Consuming WebAPI2 service from Android application
Recently, a client called up in the middle of the night saying their Hyper V host had crashed out badly and they needed a server rebuild as fast as it could possibly be done.
Did your DNS server on Windows Server 2012 R2 suddenly start crashing? If so, here is a simple work around. Sometime ago, I was rebuilding some DNS servers and noticed that after a few seconds the DNS Server service would suddenly shutdown.
In this article, explaining how to setup AngularJs2 unit test project using Jasmine and Chutzpah in visual studio 2015
Are you missing the “Sleep” shortcut on your Windows computer? Here is an easy way to put your computer to “sleep” using the Command Prompt. Especially for laptops, “Sleep” is a good standby mode when you are not using the system for quite some time.
In Windows Server 2012, have you tried to repeatedly turn ON the “Network Discovery” option only to have it turned off again? It seems it depends on a few services at the back that are both disabled and turned off on server systems. The fix is to turn them back on.
Every time you shutdown a modern day Windows Server computer, it asks you for a reason for the shutdown or reboot. Some of us do not like it and disable the Shutdown Event Tracker, and others diligently select or enter a reason.