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Thursday, May 31, 2012

How does it work in C#? - Part 3 (C# LINQ in detail)

In .Net any data structure which is derived from IEnumerable<T> interface of theSystem.Collections.Generic namespace of the mscorlib.dll ( this assembly is located inC:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Frameworkv4.0.30319 but depends on the installation of the VS ) assembly is able to access all the extension methods defined in the Enumerable class of theSystem.Linq namespace of the System.Core.dll assembly in the .Net framework(See more aboutLinq).This Enumerable class is a static non inheritable class defined in the System.Linq namespace of the System.Core.dllassembly(C:\Windows\Microsoft.Net\assembly\GAC_MSIL\System.Core\v4.0_4.0.0.0__b77a5c561934e089\System.Core.dllbut depends on installation of VS). The definition of the Enumerbale class is as below,

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Quick Overview of C# Attribute Programming

Introduction

Attribute programming is a declarative programming model tool that you should keep in your development toolbox. Programming with attributes refines and solves some of the difficult development problems we face every day.

Background

While this article is squarely aimed at beginners, the reader must have an understanding of Reflection in order to comprehend attribute programming.

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ASP.NET MVC 3 plug-in architecture using Griffin.MvcContrib

Introduction

Griffin.MvcContrib is a contribution project for ASP.NET MVC3 which contains different features like extendable HTML Helpers (you can modify the HTML that the existing helpers generate), easy localization support and a quite fresh support for plugin development. The purpose of this article is to provide a step-by-step instruction on how you can develop plugins using Griffin.MvcContrib.

Using the code

The plugin support are based on the Area support which MVC3 got. If you haven't used areas before, I suggest that you start by reading the following article.

Most basic approach.

This first sample is not really a plugin system but only showing how you can move your code to class libraries. The example will only contain one class library to avoid confusion. Start by creating a new ASP.NET MVC3 project (of any kind) and a class library project. For convenience we would like to have support for Razor and all MVC3 wizards in our class library. It helps us add some basic files which are required to get everything working. To get that support we need to modify the project file for the class library. Here is how:

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Implementing ASP.NET MVC Views in three different ways

The ASP.NET MVC Framework allows building a Web application as a composition of three roles: Model, View, and Controller. The View role can be implemented in several ways. The popular view engines used in the ASP.NET MVC 3 Framework are the Razor View Engine and the Web Forms (ASPX) view engine. Other than that a View can be implemented by accessing Controller methods using jQuery. This article illustrates all these ways of implementation of Views in an MVC application.

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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Client-Side Logging in Silverlight

Many of us have implemented logging in our ASP.NET, Windows Forms and WPF applications, so why shouldn't you do the same in your Silverlight applications? Well, you should. In this blog post I will show you one approach on how you might perform this logging. The class I will use is called PDSALoggingManager. This class has a method named Log() you use to publish data into a log file in your Silverlight application. A method named LogException() is also available for logging information about any exceptions that happen on the client-side of your Silverlight application. Let's take a look at the usage of the PDSALoggingManager class.

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Monday, May 28, 2012

Need to unbind local folder from SVN

If you want to unbind or remove mapping of your local folder from SVN, then you can right click the folder -> choose TortoiseSVN -> Export and choose the same location as the folder currently is in (i.e. export the folder to itself)

This will 'un-version' the whole folder.

Or you can also remove all .svn file from that project.

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Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Understanding ASP.NET MVC (Model View Controller) Architecture for Beginners

This article is intended to provide basic concepts and fundamentals of ASP.NET MVC (Model View Controller) architecture workflow for beginners.

"M" "V" "C" stands for "MODEL" "VIEW" "CONTROLLER". ASP.NET MVC is an architecture to develop ASP.NET web applications in a different manner than the traditional ASP.NET web development. Web applications developed with ASP.NET MVC are even more SEO (Search Engine) friendly.

Developing ASP.NET MVC application requires Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 or higher.


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An introduction to cross-platform mobile development technologies

Introduction

Smartphones and tablets are becoming ubiquitous, and, with them, mobile apps. But what does the proliferation of different devices mean for developers entering the market? Do you target a single platform, build your app twice for iOS and Android, or use a cross-platform framework?

Here's a bit of history, and an overview of the different technologies on the market now:

First, there was the iPhone

There were smartphones before the iPhone and there were mobile apps as well. Windows CE was first released in 1996, but it was Apple's iPhone (launched in 2007) that really signaled the start of the smartphone era.

Originally, the iPhone didn't allow third-party native-code apps to be installed; developers wanting to add their own content had to do so using HTML web apps running in the phone's browser. There were some extensions to make such apps look like Apple's apps rather than web pages, but access to the hardware was limited.

With 2008 came the App Store, and with it the opportunity to develop in native apps in Objective C. This wasn't without limitations: development required a Mac, Xcode, and only documented parts of the API were available. The resulting app then had to be vetted before being published.

However, the iPhone's dominance at this stage meant that mobile developers really only had to target one platform, one device, and a very small set of OS versions.


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Streaming MP3 player in WP7

This article show how to create a streaming MP3 music player in Windows Phone 7. All the music files are stored in the server and are streamed to Windows Phone. Application first loads all the albums data from server with JSON data. In server side there are PHP script which loads ID3 tags from all the MP3 files and generates JSON string, which is returned to Windows Phone. After that application deserializes JSON string to dynamic objects and the albums data is displayed in the Panorama page (image 3). Selected album songs will be displayed in the new Songs Page (image 5).

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Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Finding the Id (Guid) for a SharePoint List

There are times when you need to find the Id (a Guid) of a list – for example, when setting the Task list to be used with SharePoint Designer Workflows. Here's a simple way of doing this:
  • Navigate to the SharePoint list using the browser.
  • Select the Settings + List Settings menu command.
  • Copy the Url from the browser address bar into Notepad. It will look something like:
http://moss2007/ProjectX/_layouts/listedit.aspx?List=%7B26534EF9%2DAB3A%2D46E0%2DAE56%2DEFF168BE562F%7D
  • Delete everying before and including "List=".
  • Change "%7B" to "{" 
  • Change all "%2D" to "-"
  • Chnage "%7D" to "}"
You are now left with the Id:

{26534EF9-AB3A-46E0-AE56-EFF168BE562F}

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Open Settings app in iphone using Open URL Scheme

if you want to open settings applications or any section of settings application from your iOS application, then you can do this, you have to use URLs given below to open different sections of Settings application.

Preference Shortcuts:
  1. About — prefs:root=General&path=About
  2. Accessibility — prefs:root=General&path=ACCESSIBILITY
  3. Airplane Mode On — prefs:root=AIRPLANE_MODE
  4. Auto-Lock — prefs:root=General&path=AUTOLOCK
  5. Brightness — prefs:root=Brightness
  6. Bluetooth — prefs:root=General&path=Bluetooth
  7. Date & Time — prefs:root=General&path=DATE_AND_TIME
  8. FaceTime — prefs:root=FACETIME
  9. General — prefs:root=General
  10. Keyboard — prefs:root=General&path=Keyboard
  11. iCloud — prefs:root=CASTLE
  12. iCloud Storage & Backup — prefs:root=CASTLE&path=STORAGE_AND_BACKUP
  13. International — prefs:root=General&path=INTERNATIONAL
  14. Location Services — prefs:root=LOCATION_SERVICES
  15. Music — prefs:root=MUSIC
  16. Music Equalizer — prefs:root=MUSIC&path=EQ
  17. Music Volume Limit — prefs:root=MUSIC&path=VolumeLimit
  18. Network — prefs:root=General&path=Network
  19. Nike + iPod — prefs:root=NIKE_PLUS_IPOD
  20. Notes — prefs:root=NOTES
  21. Notification — prefs:root=NOTIFICATIONS_ID
  22. Phone — prefs:root=Phone
  23. Photos — prefs:root=Photos
  24. Profile — prefs:root=General&path=ManagedConfigurationList
  25. Reset — prefs:root=General&path=Reset
  26. Safari — prefs:root=Safari
  27. Siri — prefs:root=General&path=Assistant
  28. Sounds — prefs:root=Sounds
  29. Software Update — prefs:root=General&path=SOFTWARE_UPDATE_LINK
  30. Store — prefs:root=STORE
  31. Twitter — prefs:root=TWITTER
  32. Usage — prefs:root=General&path=USAGE
  33. VPN — prefs:root=General&path=Network/VPN
  34. Wallpaper — prefs:root=Wallpaper
  35. Wi-Fi — prefs:root=WIFI
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Metro: Grouping Items in a ListView Control

The purpose of this blog entry is to explain how you can group list items when displaying the items in a WinJS ListView control. In particular, you learn how to group a list of products by product category.

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Retrieve System Information in Silverlight

In a Silverlight application we are building for a client, they wanted an About screen that would display system information such as the current URL, the operating system name and version, the product name and various other information. In the same application, we built a logging system to gather this same information and write that information to a file to help developers troubleshoot issues. We decided to create a Silverlight class that would gather the information shown in Figure 1.

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Metro: Implement a parallactic scrolling for your GridView

A customer of mine asked me about how to create a "parallactic scrolling" for the background of a GridView. For people that do not know what it is, parallactic scrolling is when you have a background image scrolling slower than the foreground content. This tecnique is mostly used in games to give the impression of depth of field with the overlapping of a number of elements that moves slower when they apper to be far from the observer.

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Porting a simple Silverlight game loop to Windows8 Metro style

Yesterday evening I went on the hunt for a XAML/C#-based example of a game loop. I ran into a couple of OLD blog posts by Mike Snow. Naturally it caught my eye, simply because of his last name.

In his posts he described game loop based on Silverlight 2. OK. Silverlight uses XAML, and the code was C#. XAML/C# are first-class citizens in the Windows 8 Metro style app world, so I figured, why not see what it takes to make this work on Windows 8?

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Telerik WP Controls Roadmap - what is coming in our next release

The next release of RadControls for WindowsPhone is near and I would like to shed some light on what we have been working on in the last three months. In this blog post I'll just highlight the new goodies, more details will be available later as we approach to release.

The first thing that I want to share is the work that we did to improve the total experience in creating applications with our tools. Matching the Metro design guidelines and designing your application to the highest Metro standards sometimes is hard and we decided to give you a major help in this direction.

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Monday, May 21, 2012

Common SharePoint Foundation Terms Every SharePoint Developer Must Know

Here is the brief definition of commonly used SharePoint terms which every one should know as a SharePoint developer.

Alerts:

Alerts provide a framework for automating event-driven e-mail or Short Message Service (SMS) notifications that are raised in response to specific events or that run on a schedule. Alerts can be attached to items as granular as list or list item.

Content Types:

Content types are designed to help users organize their SharePoint content in a more meaningful way. A content type is a reusable collection of settings, features and metadata that you want to apply to a certain category of content. Content types enable you to manage the metadata and behaviors of a document or item type in a centralized, reusable way.

Content Pages:

Content pages are pages used to display information. Content pages are customized by using Web Parts, in-browser editing, Microsoft SharePoint Designer and themes. Custom master pages, ECMAScript (JavaScript, JScript), and CSS can be applied to content pages for more advanced customization scenarios.

Application Pages:

Application pages are used to perform a function within the context of SharePoint Foundation. Application pages are deployed across the server farm and are stored in the %ProgramFiles%\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\web server extensions\14\ TEMPLATE\LAYOUTS directory on the front-end Web server. They are attached to the site master page in order to create a consistent user interface.

Master Pages:

Master pages define a common structure for pages in SharePoint Foundation. When a page is requested, the master page and content page are combined to produce a single page. That page contains both the site-wide elements of the UI from the master page combined with the page-specific content from the content page. By using a master page, all content and application pages share the same page structure and have a consistent look and feel. Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 uses v4.master as its primary master page. All content and application pages use v4.master. When you install SharePoint Foundation, the master pages are stored in the %ProgramFiles%\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\web server extensions\14\ TEMPLATE\GLOBAL directory.

Site Collection:

A site collection consists of a single top-level Web site with zero or more child Web sites, which can themselves have child Web sites.

Web Site:

A Web site is a collection of one or more pages and typically includes a set of lists, document libraries, content types, field (column) types, a set of available Features, a set of user alerts, and often a set of workflow instances. Web sites also have an owner and a set of associated users and user groups. All of these types of entities can be programmatically added to (or removed from) a Web site. A Web site can also be the scope of a search.

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SharePoint 2010 - Sharing data between Visual Web Parts

Sometimes developers might need to shared data between web parts. In this article I am going to demonstrate how you can share data between two Visual web parts.

For the purpose of article, I am going to create two web parts one will ask user to select the gender and the other web part will display the selected gender. This scenario looks so simple, but for the purpose of demonstrating how to share data between Visual web parts, I believe the scenario is ok.

For the purpose of this Article, I am going to create two Visual web parts as follows.

GenderProvider web part – This web part will allow users to select the gender using a radiobuttonlist. This web part will provide gender data to other web parts.
GenderConsumerWebpart – This web part will display what the user has selected in the first web part.

The following are the steps for building such an application.
  • Create an Empty SharePoint 2010 project
  • Create an Interface that represents the data to be shared
  • Create a provider web part that implement the Interface
  • Create a consumer web part that consumes the string
  • Include these web parts in a page and define the connections

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3D Space Flight Demo for Android OS, with Accelerometer-Based Controls

This article describes a modest 3D game ("Demofox") written for devices running the Android OS. While the scope of this game is limited (it has two levels and no enemies to fight), the code provided does address some difficult issues effectively, particularly in the area of user input. 

The objective of game play is to direct a spaceship forward through a continuous series of obstacles (rectangular prisms) without contacting them. Forward flight (positive motion in the "Z" dimension) takes place at all times. The user is able to effect position changes in the X and Y dimensions, within limits. The perspective shown to the user is first person, with the spaceship itself not visible.

Figure 2 below shows a model of the game world. For clarity, this figure is rendered using parallel projection, whereas the game itself uses perspective projection with a vanishing point. As shown, movement is constrained to the interior of a long, tunnel-like rectangular solid of indefinite length in the "Z" dimension.

The obstacles faced by the user are rectangular prisms occupying discrete channels. Prisms reside completely within these channels, of which there are 16 in Figure 2. Though this is not shown in the model, prisms can touch one or more other prisms; more formally, the space between such prisms is zero.

The universe within which movement takes place in the model figure below is four prisms wide by four prisms high. In the real program as supplied, the universe is defined by a 14 x 14 matrix of channels, each of which contains random prisms of constant size, interspersed with the open areas through which the player must direct the spaceship as it moves forward.

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WPF: Belt Clock

Introduction

This work is inspired by a pricey watch which I spotted while perusing one of those magazines filled with other shockingly pricey items. This is a more affordable offering and minus bulletproof glass.

Design and Layout

I designed the Belt Clock in Expression Blend. The belts are made up of Grids, containingTextBlocks, stacked in a layout container of type Canvas.


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Simple Metro Style Panorama Control for WPF

The attached code doesn't really do much so it doesn't need much jibber jabber describing what it does. What it does is pretty simple and can quite easily be summarized by the following few points:

Create a Metro style control. I say Style, as it may not be 100% in line with what the Win8 Metro tile interface does, or how it functions, but to be honest, it fitted my needs well enough and I figured it may be OK for others. So be warned, it is not like the best control ever, it is in fact pretty simple.
Allow it to be used in direct content mode/or use MVVM to drive the creation of UI elements, via DataBinding.
Allow users to customise the primary/complementary colors that should be used when generating tiles.
Allow single tile group snap back animations (you know when you have not dragged past 1/2 way ala iPhone UI experience, it snaps back to the previous tile group).
Works with WPF.

I wrote this control because I could not find one that seemed to work, I am aware of one in the Windows7 contrib/source code, but I wanted one for WPF, so I had to write this one.

So that is basically what it does in a nutshell, I guess it would be a nice thing to do at this point to show a screenshot or two, so let's do that.


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47 Keyboard Shortcuts That Work in All Web Browsers

Each major web browser shares a large number of keyboard shortcuts in common. Whether you're using Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Apple Safari, or Opera – these keyboard shortcuts will work in your browser.

Each browser also has some of its own, browser-specific shortcuts, but learning the ones they have in common will serve you well as you switch between different browsers and computers. This list includes a few mouse actions, too.

Tabs

Ctrl+1-8 – Switch to the specified tab, counting from the left.

Ctrl+9 – Switch to the last tab.

Ctrl+Tab – Switch to the next tab – in other words, the tab on the right. (Ctrl+Page Upalso works, but not in Internet Explorer.)

Ctrl+Shift+Tab – Switch to the previous tab – in other words, the tab on the left. (Ctrl+Page Down also works, but not in Internet Explorer.)

Ctrl+W, Ctrl+F4 – Close the current tab.

Ctrl+Shift+T – Reopen the last closed tab.

Ctrl+T – Open a new tab.

Ctrl+N – Open a new browser window.

Alt+F4 – Close the current window. (Works in all applications.)

Mouse Actions for Tabs

Middle Click a Tab – Close the tab.

Ctrl+Left Click, Middle Click – Open a link in a background tab.

Shift+Left Click – Open a link in a new browser window.

Ctrl+Shift+Left Click – Open a link in a foreground tab.

Navigation

Alt+Left Arrow, Backspace – Back.

Alt+Right Arrow, Shift+Backspace – Forward.

F5 – Reload.

Shift+F5 – Reload and skip the cache, re-downloading the entire website.

Escape – Stop.

Alt+Home – Open homepage.

Zooming

Ctrl and +, Ctrl+Mousewheel Up – Zoom in.

Ctrl and -, Ctrl+Mousewheel Down — Zoom out.

Ctrl+0 – Default zoom level.

F11 – Full-screen mode.

Scrolling

Space, Page Down – Scroll down a frame.

Page Up – Scroll up a frame.

Home – Top of page.

End – Bottom of page.

Middle Click – Scroll with the mouse.

Address Bar

Ctrl+L, Alt+D, F6 – Focus the address bar so you can begin typing.

Ctrl+Enter – Prefix www. and append .com to the text in the address bar, and then load the website. For example, type howtogeek into the address bar and press Ctrl+Enter to open www.howtogeek.com.

Alt+Enter – Open the location in the address bar in a new tab.

Search

Ctrl+K, Ctrl+E – Focus the browser's built-in search box or focus the address bar if the browser doesn't have a dedicated search box. (Ctrl+K doesn't work in IE, Ctrl+E does.)

Alt+Enter – Perform a search from the search box in a new tab.

Ctrl+F, F3 – Open the in-page search box to search on the current page.

Ctrl+G, F3 – Find the next match of the searched text on the page.

Ctrl+Shift+G, Shift+F3 – Find the previous match of the searched text on the page.

History & Bookmarks

Ctrl+H – Open the browsing history.

Ctrl+J – Open the download history.

Ctrl+D – Bookmark the current website.

Ctrl+Shift+Del – Open the Clear Browsing History window.

Other Functions

Ctrl+P – Print the current page.

Ctrl+S – Save the current page to your computer.

Ctrl+O – Open a file from your computer.

Ctrl+U – Open the current page's source code. (Not in IE.)

F12 – Open Developer Tools. (Not in Firefox.)

Does one of these keyboard shortcuts not work in a specific browser, or is there another important one we missed here? Leave a comment and let us know.

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SharePoint 2010 101 Code Samples

Each code sample is part of the SharePoint 2010 101 code samples project. These samples are provided so that you can incorporate them directly in your code. Each code sample consists of a standalone project created in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 and demonstrates a distinct feature or feature set. Each sample includes comments describing the sample and the expected results. Each sample also contains comments that explain how to set up your environment so that the sample code runs, where necessary.

Some of the code samples:
  • SharePoint 2010: Developing JQuery-Enabled Web Parts
  • SharePoint 2010: Developing AJAX-Enabled Web Parts
  • SharePoint 2010: Developing Styled Master Pages
  • SharePoint 2010: Creating Document Sets Programmatically

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Important Useful Objective-C Snippets for Your iOS Applications

Being an iOS developer, you should keep a shed-load of Objective-C snippets nearby so whenever you are coding that you can refer to and copy into your application. There are so many commonly employed elements in an iOS app that it is just about impossible to remember them all. In this article, we will share most important of them. Some are longer than others, but they are all invaluable to any iPhone or iPad developer.

One great way to make use of these snippets is to assign them to short keywords in an app like TextExpander, speeding up your app development significantly.

Lets check them individually, 

OPEN A URL IN SAFARI

[[UIApplication sharedApplication] openURL:[NSURL URLWithString:@"http://www.google.com/"]];

DIAL A NUMBER

[[UIApplication sharedApplication] openURL:[NSURL URLWithString:@"tel://9662256888"]];

LAUNCH MAIL AND SEND AN EMAIL

[[UIApplication sharedApplication] openURL:[NSURL URLWithString:@"mailto://mymail@myserver.com"]];

PREVENT SLEEP MODE

[UIApplication sharedApplication].idleTimerDisabled = YES;

STOP RESPONDING TO TOUCHES

[[UIApplication sharedApplication] beginIgnoringInteractionEvents];

RESUME RESPONDING TO TOUCHES

[[UIApplication sharedApplication] endIgnoringInteractionEvents];

DISPLAY AN ALERT WINDOW

UIAlertView* alert = [[[UIAlertView alloc] initWithTitle:@"Warning" message:@"too many alerts" delegate:nil cancelButtonTitle:@"OK" otherButtonTitles:nil] autorelease];
[alert show]

DISPLAY THE NAME OF YOUR APPLICATION

self.title = [[[NSBundle mainBundle] infoDictionary] objectForKey:@"CFBundleName"];

CHANGE THE STYLE OF A NAVIGATION BAR

[[UIApplication sharedApplication] setStatusBarStyle:UIStatusBarStyleBlackOpaque];

GET THE CURRENT DATE AND TIME

NSCalendar *gregorian = [NSCalendar currentCalendar];
NSDateComponents *dateComponents = [gregorian components:(NSDayCalendarUnit | NSMonthCalendarUnit | NSYearCalendarUnit) fromDate:[NSDate date]];

MAKE A VIBRATION

AudioServicesPlaySystemSound(kSystemSoundID_Vibrate);

DISPLAY THE NUMBER OF LAUNCHES

NSUserDefaults *countDefaults;
int launchCount;

countDefaults = [NSUserDefaults standardUserDefaults];
launchCount = [countDefaults integerForKey:@"launchCount" ] + 1;
[countDefaults setInteger:launchCount forKey:@"launchCount"];
[countDefaults synchronize];

NSLog(@"Launch number: %i", launchCount);

CONFIGURING A UISCROLLVIEW

[scrollView setScrollEnabled:YES];
[scrollView setContentSize:CGSizeMake(320, 1400)];

SET TITLE OF A VIEW IN A UIVIEWCONTROLLER

viewController.title = @"Title Here...";

SET THE FONT AND SIZE OF A UITEXTVIEW

[thankYouTextView setFont:[UIFont fontWithName:@"Helvetica" size:16]];

SET THE FONT SIZE OF A UILABEL

[textView setFont:[UIFont fontWithName:@"Helvetica" size:16]];

PRESENTING A UIVIEWCONTROLLER

ViewController *viewController = [[ViewController alloc] init];
viewController = @"Title Here...";
[self.navigationController viewController animated:YES];

HIDING THE BACK BUTTON IN A NAVIGATION CONTROLLER

self.navigationItem.hidesBackButton = YES;

SET BACKGROUND OF VIEW

self.view.backgroundColor = [UIColor colorWithHue:1.0 saturation:0.0 brightness:0.6 alpha:1.0];

GIVE APP ICON A BADGE NUMBER

[UIApplication sharedApplication].applicationIconBadgeNumber = 10;

ALIGN UILABEL TEXT

titleLabel.textAlignment = UITextAlignmentCenter;

SET BACKGROUND OF TAB BAR

UIImage *tabBarBackground = [UIImage imageNamed:@"TabBarOverlay.png"];
[rootController.tabBar setBackgroundImage:tabBarBackground];

Have you got some favorite snippets you find yourself reaching for constantly that haven't been included on the list? Tell us about them in the comments!

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Sunday, May 20, 2012

Visual Studio Extension Of The Day PHP Tools for Visual Studio

PHP Tools extend Visual Studio with the support for PHP code. The extension adds syntax highlighting, real-time checking of syntax errors, code outlining which makes it easier to understand code and navigation features, so that you can easily go to the required class or function. PHP Tools extend Visual Studio with set of features to work more efficiently with PHP code.

Basic Features (FREE)
  • Syntax highlighting for PHP code and HTML outside of PHP tags. 
  • Code outlining – Code collapsing for classes and functions. 
  • Brace matching – Brace highlighting helps to quickly identify which braces belongs together to provide better overview over more complex functions and other structures. 
  • Errors detection – Syntax errors are underlined in real time while coding to immediately see that something is wrong.  As well as error underlining the errors are displayed in Errors list with more details. 
  • Navigation bar – To navigate quickly through your code you can see all the classes, functions, properties and constants declarations in top navigation bar in Visual Studio.
Download it from Visual Studio Extension Manager

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Modify Web.config File Dynamically in SharePoint 2010

Recently I was asked to modify a custom solution downloaded from CodePlex to allow it to updated web.config file programmatically. The deployment steps provided from CodePlex involve manual modification to web.config files on all WFE servers across the farm which is not a best practice approach for deploying custom solutions.

There are many other articles and posts discussing the same topic, however many people had the same issue that I was facing;
  • It adds multiple entries into web.config file where it should only add one single entry.
  • It does not delete entries from web.config file.
I'd just want to share my complete code for people who would like to get more idea on how this is done in SharePoint.


How to: Add and Remove Web.config Settings Programmatically
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb861909.aspx

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Friday, May 18, 2012

Introducing “dotPeek” - A free .NET Decompiler

JetBrains released a new Decompiler and Assembly Browser named "dotPeek" for .NET Application Developers. It is a FREE productivity tool which decompiles .NET 1.0 - .NET 4.5 assemblies to C# code and has support for .dll, .exe, .zip, .vsix, .nupkg, and .winmd files. It has many features like Quick jump, Effortless navigation, Support for downloading code from source servers and many more.

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Adventures in Unhandled Exception Handling for XNA/Silverlight

One thing that can tick off your users / players is that inevitable time through a series of random events a crash occurs, it's unhandled and causes the app/game to just crash. Bang their goes all my progress and saves, very bad experience.

Even with the best of breed apps and games this can happen just because we are human and cannot account for every single possibility or potentially crafty thing that users / players can do, whether it's intentional, accidental or just plain dumb, or it could even be your fault who'd have thought that players / users would want to do something that way.

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Getting an App in the Windows Store: What, Why and How

Most of my readers are probably aware that Windows 8 is on the horizon. If you're a software developer, whether an experienced Windows dev, or one who works on other platform, chances are good that you've at least heard of it. What I propose to do in this post is argue for a simple proposition...every developer who would like to put some additional money in their pocket owes it to themselves to learn the What, Why, and How of the Windows Store.

What
The "What" portion of this post is pretty straightforward, namely the Windows Store. New to Windows 8, the Windows Store is the single place for consumers to find and acquire Metro style apps in Windows 8.

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Google Analytics on your WP App in 1 minute

I've been in contact with Michael Scherotter for some time about NuGet and MSAF, thanks for the support Michael. Basically the MSAF project is really powerful and can be applied to your Windows Phone project quite easily when you know how to do this. I've written about it a couple of times. However when we upgraded to Mango all dlls were upgraded except the Google.WebAnalytics dll. The mismatch in versions was causing a lot of problems because some libraries were asking for a 7.0 version of System.Windows.Interactivity and some were asking for the 7.1 version. I fixed that for the NuGet release, everything is 7.1 based.

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Farseer tutorial for the absolute beginners

This post is inspired (and somewhat a direct copy) of a couple of posts Emanuele Feronato wrote back in 2009 about Box2D (his tutorial was ActionScript 3 based for Box2D, this is C# XNA for the Farseer Physics Engine).

What is Farseer

The Farseer Physics Engine is a collision detection system with realistic physics responses to help you easily create simple hobby games or complex simulation systems. Farseer was built as a .NET version of Box2D (based on the Box2D.XNA port of Box2D). While the constructs and syntax has changed over the years, the principles remain the same.

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How to mimic the application bar of the game hub and to avoid the splash screen bug

With the release of the Mango update, having a minimized application bar with an application using the panorama control is now part of the Metro experience. The best example is the games hub. The minimized application bar uses the Opacity property as you can see in the following picture.

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13 ways to improve the performance of your WP app

There are lots of ways you can improve the performance (and the perceived performance) of your app. This is not a complete list, just what came to mind right now.

The important (though unfortunate) thing to take from this is that great performance doesn't come easily and there are lots of things you can (or have to) do to give your users an awesome experience.

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Being productive when your app is offscreen

In the Managing app lifecycle post, Adam Barrus described the new app lifecycle introduced in Windows 8. The most common question we hear is "what if my app has to do something important when it is not on screen, for example, download a file or email or play music"? In this two part series, I'll tell you about the different types of activities that an app can do when it's in the background and show some code examples to that support these scenarios.

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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Why Developers Should Care About Design, and How Metro Helps

I'm going to avoid casting aspersions on my fellow developers and instead simply own up to my own failings…I've been developing software since I was 10 years old (my first program was written in BASIC on a Commodore PET), and professionally for well over a decade, and for most of that time, I believed that design was someone else's job, and that it didn't matter whether I could design my way out of a paper bag.

WRONG!

Design is everyone's responsibility, at least to some degree. No, you don't have to start wearing black turtlenecks or engaging in other clich├ęs, but what you should do is start cultivating a basic knowledge of design, and training your eye for what is and isn't good design, both in the world of pixels as well as in the real world. Have you ever found yourself marveling at how difficult it is to figure out how to use some basic device? Listen to that voice in your head...it's telling you that you're dealing with a bad design.

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WP Tip: Get the Assembly Version Number

When creating a Windows Phone application that will be submitted and hopefully published in the Marketplace, is always a good idea to have an "About" page where users can find information about the application, the author and even support contact information. When doing this, you should always include the application version number, so you know which version of your application the user has. This will save you a lot of time when trying to solve issues or when trying to replicate certain behaviours.

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Designing WP Applications With Photoshop

When it comes to being an indie-app-developer, you usually find yourself being the Jack of All Trades. You are the developer, designer, tester and marketer.
This really isn't easy, besides being good in each of these fields, and usually you are not, you need to familiarize yourself with various tools, each for it's own role in creating the application.

The most confusing of all to the common developer is usually designing the application UI.

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WP Tip: URIs Rules

When developing frontend applications, especially on a platform like Silverlight and Windows Phone you will always need to load resources, whether from remote or local locations, you need to deal with URIs.

On Windows Phone there are a few rules regarding the usage of URIs to load resources, which might be difficult to remember. In particular, remembering when to use the leading forward slash.

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WP A-Z Resources

In my endeavor to learn the best aspects of Windows Phone 7 development I have been looking out for resources ever since I started developing one. In this post I would like to point you all to an excellent post one of my favorite technical blogger Scot Hanselman. Scot is a principal program manager at Microsoft and works for the Web Department. He recently wrote a blog post titled – From Concept to Code in 6 hours: Shipping my first Windows Phone App. An excellent article in which he outlines his experience of developing an windows phone 7 mango app. This article has a load of goodies laid out all over the article. I will try to collate them as a bullet point and just keep it short. Head over to Scot's blog post to read it completely. So if you just needed a bullet list for all the resources read on. :)

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Visual Studio 2010 - Recommended Extensions

What are your recommended extensions for Visual Studio 2010? (Please indicate if its free or not)

Free:

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