By Sergey Andreyev - An algorithm to make any object moveable and resizable by users and applications.
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By DevelopMentor - Learn to build a Twitter Application with .NET C#.
By Jay Thakar - This is the first article in the 'Facelift to Forms' series. Discover various options to make beautiful, easy to implement and easy to use web forms.
By Sajad Deyargaroo - System Integration that was one of the least considered areas in IT is now receiving a lot of attention. Learn about the types of integration and as well as about formats and modeling.
By David Kelvin - Generate multiple (on-screen)Virtual Keyboards to include into your portable application via a DLL, so that your users can take theirlanguage/keyboard with them on their travels, even if the PC they use does not have their home keyboard installed.
By Andersen - Customize window styles with Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF).
By Aliaksei Sanko - Learn about a classical arithmetic compression implementation (CACM) optimization.
By Jay Thakar - Some situation where to use and where not to use the HTML TABLE width element.
By Brian Aberle - An Object Oriented approach to handling XML.
By Wong Shao Voon - Use HTTP content disposition to find out the name of the file you are downloading.
By JosipKr - Understand the basics of the ODF format, and specifically its implementation in spreadsheet applications (OpenOffice.org Calc and Microsoft Office Excel 2007 SP2). Presented is a demo application that writes/reads tabular data to/from .ODS files.
[Updated] ListView Loading Images BMP, PNG, GIF, JPEG, WMF, ICO, and EMF Files Natively (pure WINAPI)
By Ali Imran - Learn about the possibilites and extra functionality that a simple ListView provides for loading images, either from an external image file, an Internet URL, application resources, and from external EXE, DLL, OCS, or CPL files.
By Wong Shao Voon - How to write a comparison function for STL sort.
By Mugunth Kumar - What order should the OK and Cancel buttons appear? Should it be like Windows or like the Mac? Are there any "rule of thumb" as to when certain standard should be followed or is it just a matter of taste?
By bat_lubo2001 - See how to set up a single bit!
By Constantin Fishkin - Learn how to implement s multi-index collection.
By Marius Bancila - This article introduces code contracts that specify statements in .NET programs that must prove valid.
By Sajad Deyargaroo - Reduce the payload from the client to the server using AJAX and the UpdatePanel triggers.
By Constantin Fishkin - Discover an example of a parsing iterator. You'll find that the BOOST library provides convenient tools for an efficient iterator implementation, specifically, the boost::iterator_facade class.
By Marius Bancila - Learn about a comprehensive method of getting the Windows version and differentiate among the various editions.
By JeromeWiz - Event-driven programming or event-based programming is a programming paradigm in which the flow of the program is determined by events - i.e., sensor outputs or user actions (mouse clicks, key presses) or messages from other programs or threads. Event-driven applications usually are organized as in state machine modes due to complicated event interaction. An IPC event queue manager is required to support event-based programming.
By Wong Shao Voon - Use Windows Imaging Component(WIC), the new Imaging library from Microsoft to open and save images, including HD Photo format images.
By Wong Shao Voon - How to write per thread singleton instance to avoid thread contention.
By Andrey Karpov - The article describes the main steps which should be performed to correctly port 32-bit Windows applications on 64-bit Windows systems. Although the article is meant for developers using C/C++ in Visual Studio 2005/2008 environment, it will be also useful for other developers who plan to port their applications on 64-bit systems.