Ever want to do writing recognition
on the Internet? Julia Lerman wrote an article for MSDN article that
demonstrates how you can use InkPresenter in the .Net framework with Silverlight. The interesting thing with the InkPresenter is you don't need a Tablet PC to use it. Plus you can…
Bruno Terkaly's blog has 10 lessons on how to debug an application.
Bruno's first lesson is a debug recap and a general how to debug within Visual Studio.
Why use a debugger when I can just do simple outputs to verify? You have to remove message box calls to make your code…
Jeff shows off the sample of getting the first 500…
No clue what "WPF/E" is?
Scott Guthrie goes on to explain, "It is a small client runtime that enables AJAX developers and designers to deliver richer, cross-platform, interactive web experiences. It will allow applications to go beyond what can be done with pure…
If you have the Xbox 360 Guitar Hero controller, you can use XInput to actually mount it as a controller exactly like an Xbox 360 USB controller.
Frets on Fire already has it working with a quick control map.
Here is the
download link from Microsoft (32bit) or the
64 bit edition…
at the Visual Basic blog,
Matt Gertz has a great post on hidden effects with loops on stuff you may not realize. He talks about how looping backwards versus forwards depending on the situation will drastically simplify your code or if you're looping and using the array.Count how
With Silverlight 4.0 just announced, here are some great posts / helpful tips on getting started with Silverlight in general.
Channel9 has a training course. Tim Heuer has a 7-part series “Getting Started with Silverlight”.
Shine Draw is an awesome “Flash vs Silverlight” repository that can…
a massive Invader Zim fan, I was shocked to see that a community member, Paul Oliver, made a game called N.A.M.E.
Paul has a few hints he posted such as:
No render targets. In a quick hacky attempt to get the game rendering horizontally instead of vertically we did a render of the whole…
Over at Code Project,
Eric Haddan created a very nice API to burn CDs and DVDs. He uses the IMAPI v2.0 to be able to do this complex ability. Eric talks about some of the issues he had to accomplish this with .Net along with how he solved it. In the article also he talks