Posts Tagged ‘Tutorials’

In Part 1, we learned how to use Resource Dictionary (WPF) in order to apply styles to UI element dynamically. Resource Dictionary uses XAML code which still is an unknown territory for most developers. So why not use only C# to create such animations? In this Part of the series we are going to learn how to create animations by using C# code.

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This article demonstrates how to create animations by using pure XAML with a code behind C# file instead of using tools like Expression Blend.

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Not many of you would know that you could actually create or map a drive directly to your FTP site from within Windows Vista without having to install any third party software. This trick comes in handy when you run or manage a website,and are required to upload or download files frequently using your site’s […]

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Sending emails notifications from a contact or a feedback page of a website has become a standard feature of most sites around the web.
Today, I am going to show you how to create an ASP.NET Silverlight application which sends email. The main objective of this tutorial is to achieve this goal using a ASP.NET web […]

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Mike has this very useful guide on how to share Recorded TV with other Media Center based networked computers in your house. However it only applies for those computers which are running Windows Vista Ultimate which means that it does not apply to Media Centers which are recording tv shows using Windows Vista Home Premium. […]

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One of my friend asked me whether is it possible in SQL Server 2005/2008 to know how a query is executing, and what time and hits are required by a particular query for execution? These calculations are of so much importance when it comes to real time applications, like in a solution in which too […]

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One of the most irritating & annoying problem which Windows Vista users face is that they find Windows Explorer forgetting time and again the folder view settings which he or she set for a particular folder only to find it reverted back to the default settings. I have a 22” LCD monitor and so with […]

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Reports are always one of a compulsory requirements of any IT or non-IT solution. In this example we will experience how to integrate crystal report in a WPF Application.
I am using a database here to fetch some record in order to display on my report ofcourse you can use any other source. For reference […]

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In this article we will be creating certain tabs in a tab control with context menu with an option to remove certain tab item.
First create a blank c# WPF application using visual studio 2008 and name the default grid as Master.
Right click on window and select view code,
Here we create a method to remove […]

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I think storing images in a database can save a developer loads of time and can ease his life while dealing with visuals, either creating a local application or a web application. Think of storing your images of a certain web application in a database instead in a directory exits somewhere in a cloud which […]

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I bought this notebook back in March 2008(see my review here) and have so far enjoyed every bit of it. Recently I made some icons to replace My Computer icon in Windows Vista because I got bored of the default one. The icons turned out good so I thought I’ll share it with you guys. […]

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Live Mesh is an amazing platform. There are so many things which you could do with it. Imagine a scenario where you are in your office in some remote location. You make some updates to your calendar events or add some new appointments. You also make changes to your Emails, and add another contact name. […]

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