Saving State in Microsoft Silverlight Microsoft Silverlight is a platform for creating RIA (Rich Internet Applications). There can be only one page in your application but what if you need to create a whole site or some pages with Silverlight. Or, maybe, your are programming multiform out-of-browser application. This article will provide information about how [...]

To run the Open GL program you need to follow the following steps Step 1- Install Visual Studio 6 or higher version on your machine Step 2- Add the OpenGL library to the installation folder of Visual Studio 6 this will be done in the following steps Download GLUT library from the following link or google for “Download GLUT [...]

Introduction: In this tutorial we will show how to detect the intersection between a line and a rectangle. OpenGL programmers know that it is easy to detect rectangle/line intersection when the rectangle edges are parallel to x or y axes. In our tutorial the rectangle will not be parallel to x or y instead it [...]

Let us look at building a GIS Silverlight application with a map control. Silverlight enables this by the DeepZoom composer and MultiScaleTileSource class which can be used to host the map (ofcourse by creating another custom control). Tile Map Service: Tile Map Service is a specification by the Open Geo Spatial Consortium which states the [...]

Recently I was involved in a project to build a GPS Asset tracking system which involved a boutique of solutions and modules to be integrated. I am planning to give a series of articles which will help people who want to build a GPS Tracking system. Use Cases of a GPS Tracking System are manifold. [...]

A HTML Host control was always an useful add on for lot of Silverlight apps. The previous HTML Host that I published on Html host blog link did have some short-comings. It did not have support for browsers like Mozilla, Firefox, Opera. Though it displayed the content on these browsers invoking a javascript function etc., [...]

C# 3.0's extension methods (static methods that can be invoked using instance method syntax) language feature lets you add methods to existing types without having to derive from those types or recompile source code. Consider the following example: using System.Linq; // … int[] grades = { 80, 93, 68, 74, 87, 96 }; Console.WriteLine ("Array [...]

C# is a statically-typed language (type checking is performed by the compiler, as opposed to being performed at run-time), which implies that variables must be associated with types at compile-time. Prior to version 3.0, you had to include the type name in a variable declaration: string name = ""; In the context of generics, this [...]

This article discusses the process involved in the boot process of the DOS Operating System. Booting may be defined as the process of loading the Operating System onto the RAM. Once the computer system is turned on, the BIOS performs a series of activities called Power on Self Test (POST) that checks to see whether [...]

During any discussions in forums, there are many people who want to write COM/ATL DLL but have problems creating Properties, Methods or raise Events from Components. In this article, I am going to write a Simple, ATL DLL step by step using VC++ 6.0 and Demonstrate Creating and using of Property, Method and Events. Convention [...]

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