What has Coding4Fun been up to for the past few weeks? We've been creating a bunch of neat, free, open source applications for Windows Phone 7! hey range from simple to complex and each shows off how to do an interesting concept with the phone.
Our current released applications are:
of Brian Peek’s
TweeVo application have obviously noticed that the application hasn’t been working since early September. Twitter forced all applications to use the
OAuth authentication scheme, and now TweeVo has been updated to work with this new requirement. You can download the new…
Rousset created a 4 part write up on explaining a demo built around Silverlight 4, Windows Azure and XNA on Windows Phone 7:
Showing the final result in action as well as the SL4 application to play with
Silverlight 4 XNA Platformer Level Editor for Windows Phone 7: overview (1/4)
Dan Waters has created an
tutorial about how to create a XNA video game from scratch. I'm not talking just source, he talks about creating 3D models, texturing, creating audio, and more. Dan has 12 chapters all with videos and provides the
source code including audio, textures, and models. Be…
Beth Massi has done something I know some of you C4F readers have been asking for.
Beth developed a quick and easy way to query a web site with LINQ to XML. One of the commenter pointed out also you can do a
HTML to XHTML conversion with this tool.
The trick to doing this is loading the HTML…
Seth Sanders created a low cost multi-touch system called MT mini. It uses
TouchLib which is a C++ library (Anyone want to see if they can't get it working with .Net?) I'm not sure but I think a few of the demos were from the TouchLib system, the keyboard is
To get it…
Greg Dolley has done something amazing.
Greg ported id software's video game, Quake 3, to .Net.
I'm going to take a quote from his website regarding the port
Before I begin explaining the port, I'd like to clarify one thing. Someone emailed me last week regarding this port and judging from…
When hiding an object, in plain sight may be the best approach.
Steganography accomplishes this task while hiding the "payload". The common form of this encryption is using images as the medium.
Alaa Jebran has created a few examples in Visual Basic to do this. Wikipedia lists…
Chayan shows how to use IKVM.NET to provide a way to use Java methods in .Net. So why would
someone want this? Well, if you had a project in Java that you needed in c#, you'd normally have to recode the entire thing. Recoding can introduce bugs on top of just consuming large sums of time.…
If you like WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation)
and programming in Ruby, check out an
example Scott Hanselman did with IronRuby. Scott uses
Notepad2 with Ruby support to do his coding for this example. Scott talks about some of the issues coding with this alpha release of IronRuby but then…