The guys over
at VisitMix created a new tool that converts Adobe Illustrator files to HTML5 canvas elements that can be rendered to any browser that supports the canvas element like IE9. They even have a Windows and OS X version of the tool.
Find out more at…
Friend of Coding4Fun, René Schulte, has an
full write-up on how to do some simple drawing, loading, and saving with Windows Phone 7. René even used multi-touch as well!
He leverages the WriteableBitmapEx class that extends out the
WriteableBitmap Silverlight class.
To do a PhotoChooser, the…
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…
Here at Coding4Fun, we love the WiiMote and we've found yet another cool wiimote application using Brian Peek's wiimote wrapper.
This is not a label created a Wiimote drum kit project and it is pretty neat. They've posted the
source code too.
I wasn't aware of box selection which has been in Visual Studio for some time now until I viewed this video for what is coming up with Visual Studio 2010. The video shows off some additional multiline editing functions added in 2010.
All I have to say is
holy gazooks Batman that is…
Kevin Moore's WPF bag of tricks has been updated! While it hasn't been updated in a few years yet was my default control kit I would use. The updated the bag of tricks to also includes Windows Phone 7 and Silverlight controls! One interesting thing
was he removed the date control since he…
Can't beat Ninja Gaiden for 360? Try the NES version on the 360! Bryan Livingston and Adam Helps ported
Johnathan Turner's SharpNES emulator to run off the XNA Framework. It is over at
Google Code as XNA SharpNES and can be
To grab the source code, one needs Subversion (SVN). …
Blake.NUI is a new open-source library for multi-touch NUI (Natural User Interface) development. It can be found at
blakenui.codeplex.com and is under a MS-PL license.
The library is still in undergoing changes but here are some of the things currently included in Blake.NUI:
Ever get a package with those weird barcodes and wonder why such things exists? Well, the
Quick Response codes (QR Codes) are a 2D barcode system that allows you to store data in them such as binary, numbers and letters with a correction level. Twit88 created a .Net class for
QR codes so you…