Benjamin Nitschke released
Rocket Commander for XNA with full source code. The game requires Direct X Dec2006 along with the XNA Framework. On an xbox 360, it runs about 60 frames per second with full screen antialiasing. Benjamin goes on to explain the pro's and con's of porting
to XNA also.…
Ever think of a book you needed but didn't have access to a computer to add it? Well, if you have a Windows Mobile
phone, you're in luck.
Will Danford created an
application for your Windows Mobile 5 Smartphone that hooks into Amazon's Webservices so you can shop. Since this version is…
We've posted about
Ashish Derhgawen once already and now he has posted a how to on
Code Project for his floppy drive camera panner. Ashish gives diagrams of how to create the cord to hook it up to your computer and what pin does what.
MSNBC has a story on how
toy trains are making a big come back. So if you are afraid that your #36 and #20 trains will accidentally run into one another, fear no longer.
KAM Industries has a product that lets you run your own model train system using their software and be able to create custom…
Looks like XNA Gaming Studio Express is
holding a contest that starts in January. I got the link off
Blues News so I don't know that much more. However, in the spirit of unsportsmen like conduct, I suggest cheating by starting now.
The holidays are fast approaching and Coding4Fun has whipped up two great holiday related coding examples. First one is written by
Arian Kulp who wrote an application that
parses your blog and finds if you've been naughty or nice based on what you said. It uses Regular Expressions, a background…
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…
The Microsoft Robotic Studio just got released. Coding4Fun will have new and cool robotic content shortly too! Visit their download section to get started on your own.
Using the Visual Programming Language, beginner programmers along with advanced developers can use the VPL to develop complex…