Thinking about getting started with building some xbox 360 games with XNA Game Studio?
Phil Waymouth, an XNA software developer,
shows how with a online video. It covers downloading and install the XNA Game Studio Express, setting up the
XNA Creator Club, running the XNA Game…
The warranty voiding folks over at
create a c# example for their Make Controller. What is the
Make Controller? Well, the Make Controller is an application board has application specific hardware (motor control, networking (Ethernet / USB / CAN / Serial / SPI), and circuit…
Tyler Schlegel has created a
basic browser-based chat application using ASP.NET and ASP.NET AJAX. For those who don't know what
ASP.NET AJAX is, it was formally known as Atlas and is Microsoft's framework to provide Ajax calls. It works on other frameworks such as PHP and ColdFusion.…
Apparently we created some good chatter out there as our Coding4Fun Holiday Geek Guide is a success with the blogging community. But we aren't finished yet. Look for the next installments of the DirectXmas Screensaver and a Holiday Countdown app coming
this Friday. Also, I want…
No doubt you have seen them - the websites that monitor and report on Xbox 360 inventory availability from dozens of retail outlets. Well, Jarem Archer of
http://untitlednet.com has shown the Coding4Fun spirit by using Visual C# 2.0 to build a truly cool application to monitor this…
Mike Harkabus over at Clarity Consulting has created a code example for Coding 4 Fun on
using an accelerometer to measure the performance of your car. No need to even modify your car, the USB accelerometer will handle it.
It polls 20 to 30 times a second and with this ability, one can…
Would you like to create your own wizard extremely easily?
Dan Fernandez, over at Channel 9, has his weekly show and I found something extremely cool and useful.
On Code Project, Manish Ranjan Kumar has created a wizard control. Well, what makes this so cool? It has full…
If you're like me, you always wonder where's my robot? Well, something tells me I won't get
one off the shelf anytime soon so why not just build one. Computers are getting cheap enough also where one could just be part of the chassis too.
The guys over at
Trossen Robots have created…
Kevin Roach build a
light grid system that
uses FMod and Visual Basic 6 for his software to power the
MIT disco boards. His software isn't open for source viewing but you can view his
videos over at his site along with download it.
For those who't aren't aware about FMod, FMod is…