Tyler Whitney has written an
article on programming LEGO Mindstorm using the My namespace robots for Coding 4 Fun. What is the My namespace? It is a new feature in Visual Basic 2005 that helps put commonly used functionality at your fingertips. Tyler has provided a very…
This is really cool, Sacha Barber has put a neat way to browse Amazon.com by using WPF's ability to
He has a detailed write up of the application over at Code Project.
Sacha even has a video of the interface in action.
The developers over at Mono group have created Moonlight. What is moonlight? It is an implementation
of Silverlight, which is a cross-platform plug-in that allows .Net programming and a host of other things.
Miguel de Icaza posted some YouTube videos showing off desklets which…
Ever feel like your getting batted around for undoing and redoing tasks? Over at Code Project, Henrik Jonsson
shows how to
create in-memory transactions that allow for undo/redo actions. Henrik uses generics, c# 3.0 extention methods and lamda expressions.
Jeff Hans and Yann Lecon last year made a
muli-touch screen application. A year later the guys over at Tinker.it created a
touch screen too. With some plexiglass, 36 LED, and some other parts, they managed to recreate the the touch screen. They explain the principles behind it…
Clint Rutkas decided it was a good idea to
drop 1000 super bouncy balls onto his CTO. His rig has a
Control Anything USB relay board, a slightly modified ceiling tile, and a drill.
It uses the .Net SerialPort object to interface with the relayboard and was remotely executed through Remote…
A lot. 4.7 million lines of code for the HD player to work on an xbox 360 to be exact. I was glancing the news over at
Kotaku and they linked to the
xbox team's blog. I have to admit, I'm rather shocked at that number but some what jealous.
There was a lot of stuff…
off a quick easy way to get “good enough” GPS coordinates from your Windows Mobile phone. Did I say “Good enough”? I did and am referring to Assisted GPS triangulation. It won't give you a
precise location lock, however, it will be near you.
By using the Radio…
Ever see a website with some amazing effects but no clue how they got them? Chances are they used a framework like jQuery. Glimmer is a WPF-based Windows application that allows you to easily create interactive elements on your web pages by harnessing
the power of the jQuery library.…