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Using ASP.NET Charting with Image Maps in MVC

This article presents an example to create interactive charts on browsers using the "ASP.NET charting" tool with Image Maps. It also demonstrates how to add the same charts in PDF documents by re-using the same code.

Launch Windows Phone 8.1 Podcasts app from your app

Latest Windows Phone update, called Windows Phone 8.1 will bring us a new app for managing podcasts. The Podcasts app, similar to what we previously had in Music+Videos hub’s podcasts section, will let users subscribe to their favorite shows to be played later on. Show More Summary

Held–Karp algorithm implementation in C#

Implementation of the dynamic programming solution for the Travelling salesman problem

Raspberry Pi HD surveillance camera with motion, night settings and a website

Tutorial to create sharp 720P pictures by day and night and has a website that shows the last 6 pictures

Connecting to Jira using C#

This articles explains how to connect to Jira from C#

Be Careful in Printing 'Error:' in Custom Build Events of Visual Studio

Your build will fail if you print 'Error:' in your custom Build Events of Visual Studio.

Adding COM Automation Support To Win32 Applications

Given an existing win32 application, how to provide COM automation capability to it?

The One Definition Rule in C++11 and C++14: Constant Expressions and Inline Functions

Problems with the one definition rule; examples of how to use constant expressions in inline functions.

6 Reasons You Should Program in Go

Maybe you have heard about Go. Maybe you haven’t. Depending on who shared their experiences with you the impression you got is either good or bad. I’ll give you the 6 main reasons I see that you should start writing code in Go right now. 1 – Go is a compiled language It might not mean a

Silence is golden

You surely have heard this quote already:Silence is golden.It's often used in context of human relations. A slightly less known formulation of the thought is this:Rule of Silence: Developers should design programs so that they do not print unnecessary output. This rule aims to allow other programs a

Shape Control for .NET

Implementing shape control that supports transparency and custom design-time editors.

Tuple

During my design analysis for my Network Alchemy implementation I thought that the tuple may be the answer to allow me to iterate over the types defined in a network message definition. Tuples are data structures that are a generalization of the std::pair. Rather than having a limitation of 2 items

Fix the cause

CodeProjectHow do you usually react when you discover a small bug in your code? Do you fix it right away? Or do you stop and try to find why it was introduced in the first place?Consider a simple scenario: developer tries to build the project and at some point he discovers that not all files are reb

ASP.NET Identity 2.0: Setting Up Account Validation and Two-Factor Authorization

With the release of the Identity 2.0 framework in March of 2014, the Identity team has added a significant set of new features to the previously simple, but somewhat minimal ASP.NET Identity system. Some of the most visible, and in-demand features introduced with the new release are account validati

Leverage the .Net framework classes from VBA

Introduction Following my previous article on a similar subject, Extend your VBA code with C#, VB.Net or C++/CLI, I’ve received an interesting feedback from a VBA developer who wanted to leverage the advanced support of the.Net framework for regular … Continue reading ?

ASP.NET MVC and Identity 2.0: Understanding the Basics

On March 20, 2014, the ASP.NET team released the RTM version 2.0 of the new Identity framework. The new release brings with it some long-awaited new features, and marks a substantial expansion of the security and authorization capabilities available to ASP.NET applications of all types. The ASP.NE

Deploying your Own Website Files in Windows Azure

This article shows on how to upload your own web files (html, css, etc) through FTP and deploy them in Windows Azure

Morse code. Some examples of how to produce sounds.

Several classes demonstrating how to fill audio buffer and how to produce sound using waveOut API

Message Reflection for WTL Controls

Impementation of message reflection for WTL wrappers for Windows Controls

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