Easy trick to get your int or string value from your enum. Extra DayOfweek
The problem Create an applications relying on web APIs seems to be quite popular these days. There is already an impressive collection of ready-to-use public APIs (check it at http://www.programmableweb.com ) that we can consume to create mashup, or add features into our web sites. In the meantime,
Code reviews seem to be the bane of many developers. Very few developers that I know like to participate in code reviews. Once they do participate, the criticisms about the code are superficial. Some examples are criticizing the lack of comments, violations to the naming conventions in the guideline
How to use ASM in C#.NET and most fast memory copy method
This article highlights a few of the advances in Corel Painter 2015.
Comparison of 4 browser engines and controls + some tips for their using (in attached projects and in tip text). Short and clear.
Welcome to our continuing series of Code Project interviews in which we talk to developers about their backgrounds, projects, interests and pet peeves. In this installment we talk to Marko Heijnen from 1&1.
Using InstallUtil.exe from command line is so boring
Comparison between jQuery Mobile and Sencha Touch with a simple example
A hierarchical task manager with native XML support for custom reporting.
This is an alternative for "Security Blackout Window"
This article shows how you can create a very simple on/off switch using angular js and fontawesome.
Custom authentication provider which extracts Facebook user authentication token and a website sample code impersonating a Facebook user.
A C# library to use PersianCalendar as easy as DateTime
Use of the Trapezoidal Rule to integrate a function
Ambiguous classes in C#
A project to place a Dialog Box on the Taskbar
This is an update to my btPrint4 android application. The app now supports ‘printing’ of files. You are no longer tied to the provided demo files. ‘Printing’ here means it sends the file as is to the printer. So, watch your step and do not send files that your printer does no
This is an entry for the continuing series of blog entries that documents the design and implementation process of a library. This library is called, Network Alchemy[^]. Alchemy performs data serialization and it is written in C++. This is an Open Source project and can be found at GitHub.Previously
Setting an assembly's version number to a "starting point" but allowing Visual Studio to auto-increment the Build and Revision elements of the Version Info, and then display that in an About box