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Null Propagation Operator: A New Feature of C# 6.0

The Code Project Latest Articles, April 25, 2015

In this article we will learn about the new feature of C# 6.0, the Null Propagation Operator....

SQL SERVER Generate Different Random Number for Each Group Using RAND() Function

Journey to SQL Authority with Pinal Dave, April 25, 2015

You know that RAND() function in SQL Server generates a random float value 0 through 1 (excluding 0 and 1). Let us create the following dataset CREATE TABLE #random(no INT) INSERT INTO #random(no) SEL...

AppParts suck

Sahil Malik - blah.winsmarts.com, April 24, 2015

SharePoint Training: more information App Parts suck, so do IFrames, and i...

ConfigurationTransformations Nuget

The Code Project Latest Articles, April 24, 2015

As in my recent work I had to deal with some configuration transformations from C# code I've created a nuget that can be used if you want to apply a transformation programmatically....

Create PDF With Bookmark and TOC from HTML with iTextSharp-LGPL.4.1.6

The Code Project Latest Articles, April 24, 2015

How to export html to PDF with Bookmart and TOC using iTextSharp-LGPL.4.1.6...


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Building a StackOverflow inspired Knowledge Exchange - Three Tiers to MVC – Hooray - A simple MVC application
Andrew Siemer

In this article series we are going to discuss some architectural concepts.

Building a StackOverflow inspired Knowledge Exchange Three Tiers to MVC – Hooray – Logical Separation
Andrew Siemer

In this article we will take the next step in improving this code by further elevating our logical tiers to physical tiers. This simply means that we will create separate assemblies for each of the separate tiers. By the end of this article we will h...

Building a StackOverflow inspired Knowledge Exchange Three Tiers to MVC – Distributed systems: adding a WCF service layer
Andrew Siemer

In this article we are going to look at how distributable our current code base is. We will find that even with all the refactoring and modifications that we have done we are still pretty married to a fairly hardwired infrastructure. If one piece o...


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Book Review: SignalR: Real-time Application Development

Simone Busoli, Jun 28, 2013

A book review of SignalR by Simone.

Android for .NET Developers - Location and Maps

Dino Esposito, Jun 18, 2012

In Windows Phone and iOS getting the current position of the device in terms of latitude and longitude and then placing a marker on a map is a relatively easy task. In Android, things tend to be a bit more complicated and require a bit more attention and preliminary work. My purpose with this article is just touching on the various steps required to capture information about the current location and displaying that on a map view.

TextBox Row Filter in Telerik's RadGridView in Silverlight

Diptimaya Patra, May 28, 2012

If you have come across the JQGrid features, you might have seen the filter row available as the first row in the grid. The feature includes filtering the column data as soon as you start typing into the textboxes. Similarly we are going to achieve it for Telerik's RadGridView. Instead of on the top, we would do it at the bottom of the RadGridView.

jQuery Deferred Objects Promise Callbacks

Jing Ding, May 23, 2012

jQuery Deferred/Promise objects untangle spaghetti-like asynchronous code.

Air Space Issue in Web Browser Control in Silverlight

Diptimaya Patra, May 21, 2012

Air Space issue is a common issue in Web Browser control in Silverlight and WPF. To explain the issue in words: the web browser control would be the top control in the visual tree; even if the control is carefully placed below other control. In this article we will see what the trick to deal with this specific issue is.

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