Have you ever needed to memorize a number of objects’ names, such as word definitions in a new language, animals' names, people’s names, or tree leaf shape nomenclature? If you did, you might have employed a useful tool, known as the flashcard. By creating cards with questions, pictures, or terms…
In this article, The ZMan walks through the final steps required to get TinyTennis, a Pong clone, running on your Xbox 360.
The ZMan (Andy Dunn)
Cost: Free (Creators Club membership required to deploy to Xbox, additional cost…
In my last article, I discussed a reusable library for communicating with Horizon Information Portal libraries. In this column, find out how to use that library to create an application to run in your system tray to keep
on top of your library books and other materials. No more excuses…
Mark Harris has an example about using his
joystick in c#. Mark used Managed DirectX 1.1 which he mentions can be found at the
DirectX SDK website. His example is set for a 6-axis, 20+ buttoned joystick which reminds me of Steel Battalion's controller.
He goes on how to get additional axis…
Nikhil Kothari shows how to
author a sidebar gadget in vista in c# utilizing
Script#. His example shows how to use a gadget with Script# to search MSDN.
Since Script# is c# only, you can use Carlos Aguilar Mares Code translator to get VB to C Sharp over…
The article explains how to use Visual 2005 Express Edition and the .NET Framework 2.0 to retrieve weather information not only from a Web Service, but also from a local "Phidget" analog thermometer. Discusss interfaces,
dynamic assembly loading, as well as some simple graphing and…
The project is a holiday-themed screen saver called DirectXmas
Software: C# 2005 Express Edition,
October 2005 DirectX SDK
Last time you created…
This article is about about mobility in the .NET Framework, specifically about network awareness.
Arian Kulp's Blog
Software: Visual Basic or Visual C# Express Editions