Development of a style menu control panel whose structure is handled from a SQL server database
Comparison between Restful Service and Web API with a simple example
Learn how to load test your web site with StresStimulus, a load tester extension to Fiddler.
Running Google Test in Eclipse
A C# class for generating an audio waveform asynchronously.
Generate Fibonacci numbers using CTE
How to use MySQL as database in VB.NET applications.
jQuery Typewriter effect on HTML text
Generate a set of random numbers by using CTE
Nintex store in Office 365/SharePoint 2013
Creating a menu dynamically from a database, with a style type control panel
How to generate desired amount of rows in SQL Server using CTE
Stack corruptions are usually tricky to solve, they can be random or consistent in nature, random are usually due to some rogue pointer writing to a random location wrecking havoc along the process address space and the consistent are due to overrunning allocated write buffer with more bytes that it
SCD plays an important role where the user wants to maintain the historical data and to capture the changes over the period time.
Observing Unhandled Exceptions In.NET unhandled exceptions can be observed via AppDomain.UnhandledException event: AppDomain.CurrentDomain.UnhandledException += myHandler; // C# In Win32 unhandled exceptions are observed via SetUnhandledExceptionFilter call: SetUnhandledExceptionFilter(myfilter); /
With C# 5 (.NET 4.5) it became a lot easier to create asynchronous methods. There’s also a great MSDN article on how to leverage this using MVVM so that you can have properties update the view when they’ve finished loading. What I wanted was a simple control that would indicate to the us
codeproject There are many cases when you want to start a long operation and watch its progress. In my Chpokk project (a C# and VB.Net IDE), you can see it when you create a project (primarily when adding NuGet packages, which can be long), compiling, executing, and automated testing. The proble
In Part 1 of this series, I discussed the basics of loading data from an XML file into a database using JAXB and JPA. (If JSON is called for instead of XML, then the same idea should translate to a tool like Jackson.) The approach is to use shared domain objects – i.e. a single […]
Last time we looked at the different socket types within ZeroMq, and I also told you their equivalent in NetMq (which is what I use for these posts). This time we will look at 3 small areas of ZeroMq, which are none the less very important areas, and should not be overlooked. These areas are […