Thursday, June 27, 2013

How to Get Full File Path in Silverlight - CodeProject

Silverlight Logo
Silverlight Logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
I have been looking for the option to make Silverlight return the full file path of a file for years! Here is article with a solution with the following limitations:

This solution will perfectly work on Internet Explorer, will only show file name on Firefox and won't work on Chrome, because of Input element implementation... :@ 

Better than nothing!

How to Get Full File Path in Silverlight - CodeProject
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Friday, June 21, 2013

PhD in Googling [Interactive Infographic] | Geeks are Sexy Technology News


Created by OnlinePhD.org

PhD in Googling [Interactive Infographic] | Geeks are Sexy Technology News

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Introduction to MonoDroid/Android Programming for .NET/C# Developers - CodeProject

 Definitely a Video worth going back to - an introduction to Android Programming using tools developed for .NET/C# developers!

Introduction to MonoDroid/Android Programming for .NET/C# Developers - CodeProject

Digital Certificate Creator Tool - CodeProject

These days you have to digitally sign nearly everything you host or distribute! This is handy!

Digital Certificate Creator Tool - CodeProject

Bing it on, Reactive Extensions! – Story, code and slides - CodeProject



Something else I need to get into!

Bing it on, Reactive Extensions! – Story, code and slides - CodeProject

Android 3D Carousel - CodeProject

This Article is about how to do a 3D image carousel on Android apps. 

Android 3D Carousel - CodeProject

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

A Silverlight Resizable TextBlock (and other resizable things) | Colin Eberhardt's Technology Adventures

For several months i have been looking for Silverlight code to make it possible to make the elements on a form resizeable. This code does it. I can even get the example to work. Now I just have to add it to my project.

A Silverlight Resizable TextBlock (and other resizable things) | Colin Eberhardt's Technology Adventures

Monday, June 10, 2013

Parallel Programming in C# 4.0, 4.5 - CodeProject

English: Image processing on a hypercube. Step 2.
English: Image processing on a hypercube. Step 2. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Good article for writing software to function on computers that have more than one processing core. 

Parallel Programming in C# 4.0, 4.5 - CodeProject
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