Saturday, August 31, 2013

Take full control of your projects with RadGanttView for WinForms

In the Q2 2013 SP1 release, we announced the beta version of a new control, RadGanttView. This control gives you the power to display project related tasks, milestones and dependencies in a visually appealing and fully interactive way. In this blog post, I will show you how easy this control is to use to visualize and manipulate project data.


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How to Create a Cloud-Powered Windows Phone App with Telerik Cloud Controls - Part 4

This is part 4 of the blog series presenting Telerik's cloud-powered controls for Windows Phone. This post will show you how to easily add user settings to your application and how to get notified about issues that your app may have.


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Fav 3 : Three Favorite .NET Tips and Tricks from Daily .NET Tips – Series 2

While working with GridView in ASP.NET, most of the time we used HyperlinkField column to navigate from one page to different page with some value as argument. This tip explained how can we pass multiple parameter with HyperLinkField in GridView.


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Today iOS Development Resources, Open Sources, Articles, Tutorials and Samples

Today iOS Development Resources, Open Sources, Articles, Tutorials and Samples

1. Component Providing A Rich Text Editing View With Extra Buttons For Formatting

A very nice open source component providing a view for rich text editing with extra buttons and selectors for text formatting, font style, font size and more.



You can find RichTextEditor-iOS on Github here.

A nice component if you're looking to add rich text editing into an app.

2. Online Tool For Generating Screenshots With Multiple Angles In An iOS Device Frame

An online tool allowing you to quickly generate angled images using your screenshots within the frame of various iOS devices.

The generated images are sent by e-mail immediately.

You can find Mockuphone on the homepage here.

3. Open Source Library Allowing You To Create A High Speed Dynamic Blur Effect

A library for creating a high speed dynamic blur effect that works on iOS 5+.



You can find FXBlurView on Github here.

A great library for blurring.

4. Open Source Helper Library Making It Easier To Work With App URL Schemes

A helper library providing several utility methods that make working with app url schemes easier.

You can find SSAppURLS on Github here.

5. Open Source iOS Component For Automatically Displaying In-App Release Notes

An open source component that allows you to easily display release notes when a user updates or installs your app - designed for the automatic updating in iOS 7.


You can find TWSReleaseNotes on Github here.

The included example shows everything you need to know to load up the release notes either locally or remote.

6. Open Source iOS Library Inspired By Nokogiri and JQuery For Easier XML/HTML Parsing

An open source library providing an easy syntax for parsing HTML/XML inspired by Nokogiri and JQuery.

You can find IGHTMLQuery on Github here.

A handy library for parsing XML/HTML.

7. Open Source iOS Library For Creating Highly Customizable iPhone And iPad Popovers

A component allowing you to create highly customizable popovers on both the iPhone and iPad.


You can find WYPopoverController on Github here.

A very nice popover control that adjusts properly for position and alignment of the device.

8. UIView Subclass Backed By CAShapeLayer That Makes Creating Custom Shapes And Animations Easier

A special UIView subclass backed by a CAShapeLayer so you can easily create custom animated shapes.

You can find CKShapeView on Github here.

You'll find a usage example over on the Github page.

9. Open Source iOS UITableViewCell Library Adds A More Button To Your Table View Cells

A open source library that allows you to easily add a more button to your table views like in the Mail app.


You can find MSCMoreOptionTableViewCell on Github here.

A nice simple enhancement for your table views.

10. An iOS Library For Making Great Looking Flat Iconized Buttons Using FontAwesome

A library allowing you to make great looking flat iconized buttons with many different icons provided by the free FontAwesome iconic font.

You can find PPiAwesomeButton on Github here.

A fantastic library for creating iconized buttons.

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Today iOS Development Resources, Open Sources, Articles, Tutorials and Samples

Today iOS Development Resources, Open Sources, Articles, Tutorials and Samples

1. Open Source Component For Making A Nice iOS 7 Control Center Style Animated Side Bar Menu

A component allowing you to create a sidebar menu complete with animations styled after the iOS 7 control center.

You can find RNFrostedMenu on Github here.

You can see the original design on Dribble here.

A very nice menu component.

2. Free Photoshop Actions And Automator Workflows For Easier iPhone/iPad App And Icon Design

A nice free collection of Photoshop actions and Automator workflows and scripts created to make it easier to design iPhone/iPad apps and create icons.

You can download the actions through Github here, and read more details about the actions on the Bjango web site.

A nice collection of Photoshop time savers for app design.

3. Open Source Component For Easily Creating Vertically Stacked Views And Navigation Controllers

An open source component for creating vertically stacked views and nav controllers inspired by the Evernote Food app.


You can find GDSheetController on Github here.

A nice stacking control.

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Today iOS Development Resources, Open Sources, Articles, Tutorials and Samples

Today iOS Development Resources, Open Sources, Articles, Tutorials and Samples

1. Open Source iOS Control For Easily Creating Flat Iconized Segmented Controls

An open source user interface control allowing you to make customizable flat styled segmented buttons.


You can find PPiFlatSegementedControl on Github here.

A nice library for creating segmented controls.

2. Component Allowing You To Create Stylish Expandable Table Views Defined Using JSON

A custom table view component allowing you to create table expandable/collapsible table views defined using JSON with custom colors inspired by the Svpply app.

You can find SvpplyTable on Github here.

A nice custom table view component that's easy to set up.

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Friday, August 30, 2013

Creating a Static Library in iOS Tutorial

If you've been developing for iOS for some time, you probably have a decent set of your own classes and utility functions that you reuse in most of your projects. The easiest way to reuse code is simply to copy/paste the source files. However, this can quickly become a maintenance nightmare. Since each app gets its own copy of the shared code, it's difficult to keep all the copies in synch for bugfixes and updates. This is where static libraries come to the rescue! A static library is a package of classes, functions, definitions and resources, which you can pack together and easily share between your projects. In this tutorial you will get hands-on experience creating your own universal static library, using two different methods. To get the most of this tutorial, you should be familiar with Objective-C and iOS programming. Knowledge of Core Image is not needed, but it would help if you're curious about how the sample application and the filtering code in the library works. Get ready to reduce, reuse, and recycle your code in the name of efficiency!


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Integrating Facebook and Parse Tutorial: Part 2

Welcome to the second part of this two-part Parse tutorial series that focuses on integrating both Facebook and Parse into your apps. In Part 1, you learned how how to set up a project with Facebook and Parse SDKs, authenticate a user with Facebook using Parse's Facebook toolkit and retrieve Facebook user information using the Facebook Graph API. In Part 2 (you are here!), you'll build a data store for your images and comments in Parse, display uploaded images on an image wall and add a comment system to your app. The completed project from the first half is available here. If you're going to use this starter project rather than using your own project from Part 1, there are two things to note:


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Integrating Facebook and Parse Tutorial: Part 1

Parse is a service you can provide to easily make web backends for your apps. In our previous Parse tutorial, you learned how to use it to create a simple photo sharing app. Recently, Parse was acquired by Facebook. One of the benefits of this is that integrating apps made with Parse with Facebook is now easier than ever – and that is the subject of this tutorial! In this tutorial, you will be Facebookifying (okay, I admit I made up that word!) the same type of photo sharing app you built in our previous Parse tutorial. Your app will allow users to upload their images to Parse, and in turn, see a wall of images uploaded by the user and their friends. Comments are open on all of the images on the wall — which should provide a steady stream of insults witty banter!


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The Magic of using Asynchronous Methods in ASP.NET 4.5 plus an important gotcha

First, I encourage you to listen to episode 327 of the Hanselminutes podcast. We called it "Everything .NET programmers know about Asynchronous Programming is wrong" and I learned a lot. I promise you will too. Often we'll find ourselves doing three or four things on one page, loading stuff from a number of places. Perhaps you're loading something from disk, calling a web service, and calling a database.


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Thursday, August 29, 2013

Bring Your Reports to Life with Telerik Report Designer

In my last blog post, I outlined how to add interactivity to your Telerik Reports using Visual Studio. In this blog post I want to switch gears a little bit and outline how to accomplish the same results using Telerik Report Designer. Adding interactivity to the graphs in your report can give users additional perspective of the data being presented as well as provides for a more engaging user experience. First I'll demonstrate the ability to automatically generate expansion and collapsing of a parent/child relationship through actions on the category axis. Next I'll show you how to add an action to the series of a bar chart to achieve a report drill-through.


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How to customize the Reflection Metadata ?

If you dealt with Type API in .NET 4.5, you must have already found that there is a separate object that exists that subsets the Type object into a more lightweight object representation that provides metadata specific to a particular Type called here as TypeInfo. It is quite easy to deal with TypeInfo rather that the Type object actually. Custom Reflection Context is another new addition to the Reflection API which allows to change or customize the TypeInfo based new Reflection API about your types. This can be extremely helpful when you are about to write libraries, and / or design components that can take help of the metadata components. It provides virtualization over the TypeInfo object.


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iOS7 UIPickerView Customization

The iOS UIPickerView is one SDK component that leaves little to the developer for customization. With iOS7 and its entirely revamped look and feel just around the corner (allegedly), you may think that you'll be stuck with the new and improved UIPickerView chrome which for many may feel sub-optimal for existing or new apps that use this control. Help is just a delegate method away.


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Hello World, Basic Server/Client Example of WCF

I want to make a very simple Server/Client application. Microsoft offers a great tool called Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) for communication between Server and Clients. I am trying to make a short introduction of WCF, but if you interested to know more, check out this link on MSDN for all details.


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DO YOU TEST YOUR APPLICATIONS?

When I talk about test with a collegue, a tech friend or anybody involved in Software Development, the conversation always ends up with a comparison between Unit Tests and Integration Tests. As far as I am aware of, I know four type of developers, the one that practices unit tests, the once that practices integration tests, the one that practices both and the one that doesn't practice any test at all … In my opinion just the fact that we compare the two techniques means that we don't really apply the concept of test in our applications. Why? To make it more clear, let's have a look at what is a Unit Test and what is an Integration Test, but also what is a Validation Test.


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Flag your own code in multithreading debugging

In previous tip, we have seen how to debug multithread application in Visual Studio. Debugging multithread application can be simple as well as complex depends on the application complexity. For a small application, where there are only few threads are running you can easily identify and trace them, but when program is complex it could be difficult to identify the treads. Moreover, the .Net Frameworks having it own threads running and there would be several threads from .NET Runtime and environments. In this situation it will be very difficult for you to identify which thread is part of your code or which are not related to your code.


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Function return values inspection in Visual Studio 2013

Visual Studio 2013 introduced a great feature that helps you to inspect all the functions / nested functions returns values during the current debugging session. This is really useful when the returned values are not stored in a local variables and you want to check them. You can actually view then by giving the specific values in Watch Window. But you need to do them manually . With the help of new features of VS 2013 debugger, you can take help of Autos windows to view the functions return values together.


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Retrieving data with DbContext

DbContext class is the one among others that the Entity Framework team has created, in order to facilitate developers when accessing and manipulating database data. In a nutshell, DbContext, DbSet, and DbQuery are the classes that have encapsulated the most frequently used patterns and functions while working with Entity Framework, replacing the old ObjectContext, ObjectSet and ObjectQuery respectively. In this post we will show how to use the DbContext class in order to retrieve data from database. We will use LINQ to Entities and LINQ to Objects queries to get data from database. Before continuing reading this post, if you are new either to Entity Framework or the LINQ I would strongly recommend you to read the related posts on this blog, Starting with Code First in Entity Framework and LINQ to Objects queries. Here's what we are gonna look at this post:


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LargeObjectHeapCompaction in .NET Garbage Collection

Do you know that .NET GC now equipped with yet another option to Compact Large Object Heap. This has been a long problem for people where LOH can produce fragmentation in memory or when Free space table cannot handle allocation requests. LOH is the Large object Heap allocated generally for large objects which are above 85,000 bytes long. The number has been considered as a result of performance tuning. When object allocation requests are made above this threshold, the object is allocated in LOH.


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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Type and TypeInfo, the two new faces of Object Metadata

.NET 4.5 comes with some of the major enhancements. Among them, one of the most important changes that has been made to every object is with the metadata of objects. In .NET 4.5 the System.Type object has been split into two separate classes:


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The iOS Design Cheat Sheet

With the release of iOS 7, app designers and developers will need to adjust their visual language to match the new "flat" design of iOS. In addition to the grid system, the dimensions of icons and commonly used elements, typography and iconography has been updated by Apple in many ways. That's why the old iOS Design Cheat Sheet that I published last year with the release of the iPad mini needs an update now. I decided to shift away from pure value-based tables about sizes of design elements towards a simple guide that should help to get you started with iOS 7 app design. As always I will update this guide over time, and if you think there is something important missing here, just let me know.


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Sencha Touch: How to display images in Carousel full screen

As requested by one of my readers, today we are going to see how to display images in the carousel full screen on Sencha Touch 2. Here is the code followed by explanation


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How to Fix Broken Links in WordPress After Moving from Blogger

One of the most frustrating bugs, which you may face after moving your Blogger blog to WordPress, is the issue of broken links. If you make the move imperfectly, then the chances of getting 404 not found errors increase greatly. This is because of the reason that WordPress and Blogger has totally different permalink structures. ...


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Inserting AdSense and Other Ads into WordPress Posts

Placement of ads play a crucial role in your blog or website's revenue when you are monetizing it through any PPC or CPM based program. You can see here on my blog that I have placed AdSense and MadAdsMedia ads within my post content and the ads are aligned to give my blog a good

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There is a ‘forr’ code snippet for reverse ‘for’ loop

Couple of days back we have discussed about one of the hidden and very useful code snippet, 'propfull – for property and backing field'. Today you will learn another interesting code snippet 'forr'. Yes, you read it correctly ! 'forr' . You must be familiar with 'for' code snippet that generates basic for-loop structure. Where as, 'forr' generates the reverse for-loop .


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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Adding groups to the ASP.NET DropDownList control

The ASP.NET DropDownList class doesn't support option groups. (Presumably because it would break the ListItem paradigm that Microsoft has used for all their list orientated controls). However, it is possible to add basic option group functionality by inheriting from DropDownList and overriding the RenderContents() method.


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Stored Procedures, Views and Transactions with Code First Entity Framework

Code First doesn't support Stored Procedure mapping by default, at least in the way Database First does (from the designer window). More over, it has an unusuall way to map a Domain Model class to a database view. This post will show you how to


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iOS App Store Approval Tips and Tricks

If you are a Constant Reader of the Icenium blog - or if you have ever attempted to submit an app to the iOS App Store - you are acutely aware of Apple's unique app review process. What should be one final simple step in the development process has turned into a source of significant frustration and confusion for many mobile developers. In this post I hope to provide some guidance on what to avoid when developing and publishing any iOS app (be it native or hybrid).


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Daily .Net Tips : How to select a block of code in Visual Studio

This is quite interesting and a handy tip. You can use it very often during your development when you want to select a complete code block very quickly. Keep you cursor either at the starting or at the ending braces Just press Ctrl + Shift + ] . You will find the complete code block is being selected.


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Adding Dynamic Data to apps with the SQLite Plugin

I'll admit it, backend development can occasionally be intimidating. Often times frontend developers are more concerned with the UI or UX of their web site or app and leave the heavy data lifting to the backend developers. However, in a short amount of time I'm going to show you how you can leverage the power of a relational database inside your hybrid mobile app. If the words "database" or "SQL" strike fear into your heart, or even if you are somewhat comfortable in this realm, this is the blog post for you. Databases are the foundation of every data-driven app out there. And while you can certainly write an amazing app without knowing any SQL, I'm here to show you how you can simply and easily set up and manage a lightweight, but very powerful, database within your own hybrid mobile app using the Cordova SQLite plugin.


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Top 5 Reasons to Use Cloud Controls in your next Windows Phone 8 App

Back in June, we released our first ever cloud-powered controls for Windows Phone. We were the first vendor to see the needs of Windows Phone developers for cloud based controls and have continued to invest in new controls and features ever since. While a majority of developers have started using this functionality, some have wondered what the benefits of using it over traditional methods are. We will begin here by examining 5 reasons to use cloud controls in your next Windows Phone 8 app.


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How to Export content from RadRichTextBox to a variety of formats in WPF or Silverlight

Telerik's RadRichTextBox control allows you to display rich text content in your Silverlight application. It can hold formatted text, images, tables, hyperlinks etc. to provide a visual look like Microsoft Word document. To use a simple RadRichTextBox control, you will need reference to the following Telerik assemblies: Telerik.Windows.Controls, Telerik.Windows.Data and Telerik.Windows.Documents in your WPF/Silverlight project. The control library not only allows you to display rich text content, but also helps you to export the same to different file formats so that you can save it to file or database. I was working on an application which has the Microsoft Word kind functionality and recently the client asked to add functionality to export the content to HTML, PDF, DOCX format in addition to save it in the database as an image. Telerik library helped me a lot to implement the same in that application with just a few lines of code. The library already exposed different APIs to handle different file formats in order to export the content. In this article I will cover how the Telerik's RadRichTextBox helped me exporting the rich text content added by user to a file of various formats like HTML, PDF, RTF, DOCX, XAML and TXT.


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Window Phone Tutorials : Creating a UI for Background Transfer Requests

In the Windows Phone Toolkit - August 2013 update we add a TransferControl element to the set of XAML controls. You can use this control to more easily create a UI that shows the progress of a background transfer, either an upload or a download. The control also gives the app user the option to cancel a background transfer while it is in progress. Get the source code and sample in the Windows Phone Toolkit - look for the TransferControl sample on the main page after running the app.


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