Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Programming Apple Push Notification Services


One of the key limitations of the iPhone is its constraint on running applications in the background. Because of this, applications cannot keep running in the background when the user switches to another application. So, applications that require a constant state of connectivity (such as social networking applications) will not be able to receive timely updates. To remedy this limitation, Apple released the Apple Push Notification Service (APNs). The APNs is a service that allows your device to be constantly connected to Apple's push notification server. When you want to send a push notification to an application installed on the users' devices, you (the provider) can contact the APNs so that it can deliver a push message to the particular application installed on the intended device.


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iPhone Programming Fundamentals - Outlets and Actions


An understanding of outlets and actions is one of the first things you will need for iPhone programming. For someone coming from the .NET background, this is a concept that requires some time to get used to - the concepts are similar, but it is a different way of doing things. And so, in this article, I am going to show you what outlets and actions are. At the end of this article, you will have a solid understanding of how to create outlets and actions, and be on your way to creating great iPhone apps.


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Understanding User Interface in Android - Part 1: Layouts


So far in my previous few articles on Android I have focused on showing you how to get things done in Android without really spending too much time discussing the visual aspect of Android application development - User Interface design. In this article, and the next, I will walk you through the various elements that make up the UI of an Android application. In this first part of the article, I will discuss the various layouts available in Android to position the various widgets on your screen.


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Mobile Design Practices For Android: Tips And Techniques


Android is an attractive platform for developers, but not all designers share our enthusiasm. Making an app look and feel great across hundreds of devices with different combinations of screen size, pixel density and aspect ratio is no mean feat. Android's diversity provides plenty of challenges, but creating apps that run on an entire ecosystem of devices is rewarding too.


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Monday, April 28, 2014

Streaming Video in Android Apps


The Android platform provides libraries you can use to stream media files, such as remote videos, presenting them for playback in your apps. In this tutorial, we will stream a video file, displaying it using the VideoView component together with a MediaController object to let the user control playback. We will also briefly run through the process of presenting the video using the MediaPlayer class. If you've completed the series on creating a music player for Android, you could use what you learn in this tutorial to further enhance it. You should be able to complete this tutorial if you have developed at least a few Android apps already.


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Behavior-Driven Development with SpecFlow and WatiN


As automated unit testing becomes more ubiquitous in software development, so does the adoption of various test-first methods. These practices each present a unique set of opportunities and challenges to development teams, but all strive to establish a "testing as design" mindset with practitioners. For much of the test-first era, however, the method for expressing the behavior of a user has been through unit tests written in the language of the system—a language disconnected from that of the user. With the advent of Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) techniques, this dynamic is changing. Using BDD techniques you can author automated tests in the language of the business, all while maintaining a connection to your implemented system. Of course, a number of tools have been created to help you implement BDD in your development process. These include Cucumber in Ruby and SpecFlow and WatiN for the Microsoft .NET Framework. SpecFlow helps you write and execute specifications within Visual Studio, while WatiN enables you to drive the browser for automated end-to-end system testing. In this article, I'll provide a brief overview of BDD and then explain how the BDD cycle wraps the traditional Test-Driven Development (TDD) cycle with feature-level tests that drive unit-level implementation. Once I've laid the groundwork for test-first methods, I'll introduce SpecFlow and WatiN and show you examples of how these tools can be used with MSTest to implement BDD for your projects.


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Generics in the .NET Framework


Generics let you tailor a method, class, structure, or interface to the precise data type it acts upon. For example, instead of using the Hashtable class, which allows keys and values to be of any type, you can use the Dictionary generic class and specify the type allowed for the key and the type allowed for the value. Among the benefits of generics are increased code reusability and type safety.


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Implementing the Repository and Unit of Work Patterns in an ASP.NET MVC Application (9 of 10)


The repository and unit of work patterns are intended to create an abstraction layer between the data access layer and the business logic layer of an application. Implementing these patterns can help insulate your application from changes in the data store and can facilitate automated unit testing or test-driven development (TDD). In this tutorial you'll implement a repository class for each entity type. For the Student entity type you'll create a repository interface and a repository class. When you instantiate the repository in your controller, you'll use the interface so that the controller will accept a reference to any object that implements the repository interface. When the controller runs under a web server, it receives a repository that works with the Entity Framework. When the controller runs under a unit test class, it receives a repository that works with data stored in a way that you can easily manipulate for testing, such as an in-memory collection.


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Thursday, April 24, 2014

Relationships and Navigation Properties


In relational databases, relationships (also called associations) between the tables are defined through foreign keys. A foreign key (FK) is a column or combination of columns that is used to establish and enforce a link between the data in two tables. There are three types of relationships: one-to-one, one-to-many, and many-to-many. In a one-to-many relationship, the foreign key is defined on the table that represents the many end of the relationship. The many-to-many relationship involves defining a third table (called a junction or join table), whose primary key is composed of the foreign keys from both related tables. In a one-to-one relationship, the primary key acts additionally as a foreign key and there is no separate foreign key column for either table.


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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

How to generate PDF in iOS


In some of the iOS apps there might come a time where developer need to generate there own documents on the fly and be able to export them to the user, it might be for preview, email or to save the document on the device for further use. Below is the steps for generating PDF in iOS.


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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Accessing The Cloud From Cocoa Touch


Everything is moving toward the cloud and unless you're building calculators, unit converters, or miniature golf score keepers your iPhone app needs to know how to get data from it. In this blog post I intend to demonstrate how to set up a simple server application and how to retrieve data from it and post data to it using Cocoa Touch. I have chosen to use PHP on the server side because of it's simplicity and ubiquity, and because I've know it, somewhat. You should, however, be able to implement something similar using your server side language of choice. In many cases when you go to access remote data, you do so through a web service API. While services based on such technologies as SOAP or XML-RPC are standards that provide reasonable methods for retrieving and updating data, REST seems to be the methodology gaining the most ground lately. For our purpose in this post I won't get into great detail of how to implement a REST base web service as, again, REST is not a specific implementation but rather a methodology. (Read up on it elsewhere if you don't understand what this means). However, I will talk about it briefly so that you can get on the right path for doing your own REST implementation.


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Securing Your iOS App with ABPadLockScreen


Security is becoming a bigger and bigger concern in the mobile space. As iOS developers, there are plenty of things we can do. We ensure sensitive information is saved in the keychain instead of plain text. We make sure content is encrypted before it's sent to a remote server. All this is done to make sure that the user's information is secure. Sometimes, however, we need to add an extra layer of protection at the user interface level. Unless the user's device is enrolled in a mobile device management (MDM) solution, you cannot force your application's users to set up and use a passcode lock at the device level. ABPadLockScreen, however, provides a stylish, quick way to add such an interface to your iOS application. Let me show you how you can leverage ABPadLockScreen in your iOS applications.


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A Beginner's Tutorial for Understanding and Implementing Caching in ASP.NET MVC


As ASP.NET web developers, we are mostly involved in developing web pages that are dynamic, i.e. contents coming from databases, Server directories, XML files or getting pulled from some other websites. Caching means to store something in memory that is being used frequently to provide better performance. Why should we even care about caching. Let us imagine a scenario when the contents of a web page are being pulled from a database. The user asks for contents depending on some criteria. Now if the database is getting changed very frequently that even between two requests of same user, we anticipate database change, then we can in no way cache the data that the user is requesting. But if the database is not getting changed that frequently, we can have some caching in place so that if the user is requesting the same data very frequently, we don't hit the database every time (since we know contents are not changed).


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Beginner's Guide to HTML5 & CSS3 - Getting Fancy with HTML5 & CSS3 (Series 5 of 12)


In this article we will learn more about CSS3 and some HTML5 related stuffs. By the end of the article you should be able to learn and understand the concepts and make use it in your day to day activities. This article is created with an effort in bringing interactive experience to the reader. Please feel free to run the demo for better experience. In order for you to feel a real time experience with the concepts explained in this article, Try it out option is provided (All code samples are developed using codepen.io editor) demonstrating the samples in a way you will interact with the sample code and learn. Feel free to open up, edit and see how the code works.


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Walkthrough: Setting up a Development Environment for PHP and MySQL


The development environment is the location where you write and test your web applications before uploading them to the staging environment and then to the production environment. The most common location for your development environment is your own computer. This walk-through shows you how to set up a development environment on a PC for development of web applications using PHP, MySQL, and Apache.


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Using DOM Explorer to Inspect your Office App in Visual Studio


If you are building an "App for Office" using Visual Studio, you may encounter difficulties to inspect the html while the app is hosted on the Office clients. This make things complex to debug the app, applying/ changing CSS or even changing/inspecting the HTML elements. While dealing with such web application related issue, we always looks for a code inspector […]


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SSIS - How to Create Multiple Files Dynamically From a SQL Server Table


Let's say we have data sale data in dbo.CustomerData table for different countries. We are asked to generate file for each of the country. The file should have data only related to that country and File Name should be CountryName.text.


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How to Capture Screenshot (Snapshot) of Web Page (Website) from url in c#


Introduction: Here I will explain how to capture or take screenshot of web page in asp.net or how to get snapshot of website web page in asp.net using C# and VB.NET. To capture screenshot or snapshot of web page in asp.net we need to use WebBrowser control in windows forms application. Description: In previous articles I explained Show Gridview row details in tooltip, Show tooltip for


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Monday, April 14, 2014

RadSpreadsheet Tips and Tricks: Customize the Context Menu Like a Pro


It's time to dive into RadSpreadsheet and learn tips and tricks about the other extension points of the control. Particularly, this post shows how to construct a context menu according to your needs and also, add items that execute custom commands. The context menu we will create will have two menu items for the copy and paste built-in commands and also a Highlight menu item for our custom command.


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Sunday, April 13, 2014

Getting Started with AngularJS in ASP.NET MVC - Part 1


Angular JS is (yet another) client side MVC framework in JavaScript that has caught the imagination of the web world in recent times. It was created by a group of developers at Google when they realized that their project (Feedback) had become too unwieldy and needed a cleanup. The three weeks effort at that cleanup lay seed to what is now known as AngularJS. Of course AngularJS was thrown open to community and since then has garnered a vibrant community and a boat load of features. Among things that make AngularJS popular is its focus on testability by having principles of Dependency Injection and Inversion of control built into the framework. Today we will look at AngularJS in a plain vanilla ASP.NET MVC app. We'll start with an empty project and go ground up. We will start with basic data binding and retrieving of data, then walk through other core Angular features like directives and routing.


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Saturday, April 12, 2014

Componentizing the Web


This is the story about a project of mine. A big one. A mixture between PHP and Node.js. It's a single page application from one point of view and an SEO optimized website from another. Tons of JavaScript, CSS and HTML was written. In a single word, a spaghetti nightmare for any developer. There were falls and rises. Producing and solving bugs. Fighting with the latest technologies and ending up with a wonderfully simple library, which is the topic of this article.


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Objective C Builder Pattern play


I haven't done Java much at all for the last 10 years and so am not used to this pattern, but I thought about how I might do something similar and while I'm not sure my first thought is any better, it seems to meet the requirements and/or benefits noted by the two blog posts in question and the tweet discussion referencing them.


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Single Page Application performing database CRUD operations using Backbone and ASP.NET Web API


Single Page Application became more popular now a day. It gives an impression like a Desktop Application. Basically Single Page Application uses AJAX to communicate with the server, so it takes less time to update a part of the web page without refreshing the whole page and gives impression of a Desktop Application.


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Understanding the "this" keyword in JavaScript


It's safe to say that the this keyword is probably one of the misunderstood parts of JavaScript. Admittedly, I used to throw the this keyword around until my script worked and it confused the hell out of me (and still does many other JS developers) around the world. Only when I learned about lexical scope, how functions are invoked, scope context, a few context changing methods - I really understood it.


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Wednesday, April 9, 2014

How to Add a jQuery Tabbed Sidebar Widget in Blogger


Have you ever seen those blogs that has a tabbed widget area in the sidebar consisting of popular, recent and features posts within a single click? It is more commonly known as jQuery Tabbed widget, which allows you to save a lot of space in the sidebar keeping the interface user friendly for your users by combining 3 different widgets into just one. In this article, we will be showing you how to add a jQuery Tabbed Sidebar Widget in Blogger.


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Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Dynamic Jquery Accordion using Repeater in Asp .Net


In this article we will see how to create dynamic Jquery repeater using database in Asp .net. Jquery accordion is very helpful when you want to show information in collapsible content panels. When you click any header of the accordion it will expand and display related content.


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Multilevel Dynamic CSS3 Dropdown Menu in asp .net


In this article we will learn how to create dynamic Multilevel HTML and CSS3 dropdown menu using asp .net. This menu is very useful when we create dynamic websites [CMS websites] where administrator has option to add N number of new pages. So if there is an option to create N number of pages we also need navigation menu which can work accordingly.


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Monday, April 7, 2014

iOS Programming 101: Adding Section and Index List in UITableView


Recently, a reader asked me how to add an index list in a UITableView. As some of you may have the same question, I thought it's better to write a post to share the solution. An indexed table view is more or less as the plain-styled table view that we've covered at the very beginning of our iOS programming course. The only difference is that it includes an index on the right side of the table view. Indexed table is very common in iOS apps. The most well-known example is the built-in Contacts app on iPhone. By offering an index scrolling, users are allowed to access a particular section of the table instantly without scrolling through each section.


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Adding Animated Effects to iOS App Using UIKit Dynamics


In the recent tutorials, it has been underlined that iOS 7 has brought along great new features. Many new frameworks, libraries and APIs have been exposed to developers, letting them create modern and engaging applications and attract more users. One of them is the UIKit Dynamics library, integrated right into the UIKit framework, allowing the implementation of real physics in the most simple manner ever possible. UIKit Dynamics is a brand new library shipped in iOS 7, and to those who haven't used it or ever read about it, it might sounds hard to work with. However, the truth is totally different, and through this tutorial I'll make an effort to present how easy it has been done to add realism to an app without having deep knowledge of physics, math and of course libraries or frameworks like Core Animation. People who have already worked with such technologies, they'll find UIKit Dynamics a really handy tool, as it takes away all the hassle and effort that was just described.


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Background Transfer Service in iOS 7 SDK: How To Download File in Background


Prior to iOS 7, only a few kinds of application were allowed to download resources or content on the background while they would not run, and just for a limited time. Big downloads should actually occur while the app was in the foreground, and that was a hard fact for all developers. However, things changed in iOS 7 with the Background Transfer Service coming, as it totally eliminates all the limitations presented above. Not only every app can download content while it's not running, but it can also have as much time as it's required at its disposal until all downloads are over. Great flexibility and more power comes when the Background Transfer Service is combined with other multitasking features, such as the Background Fetch. For example, using the Background Fetch an app can schedule and initiate a download in the limited time that has at its disposal, and then using the Background Transfer Service to perform the actual data downloading.


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Developing a Password Strength Plugin with jQuery


Generally, most uses are non-technical, and have limited knowledge about how authentication works. Even for the technical users, it's difficult to figure out which passwords are strong and which are easily breakable. For example, a simple increase in password length does not necessarily make it harder to break. A password strength meter calculates the strength of a user entered password. Generally, its displayed as strength levels like very weak, weak, good, strong, etc. The meter is updated on each user input, so the calculation should occur as a onkeypress or onkeyup event handler. When a user attempts to create a new account, weak passwords can be detected and rejected, improving overall site security.


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Reading a Local File using HTML5 and JavaScript


One area where the web has lacked for some time is the lack of a true file system. HTML5 fills this void by providing a standard way of interacting with local files using the FIle API specification. These APIs are used to read file locally, handling images etc. Some of the specifications are as listed below: 1. File: Provides read-only information about the file like name, filesize, mimetype


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Creating Shapes with SVG : An SVG Tutorial


Have you tried using the SVG image format? Here is an SVG tutorial to help you delve deeper on how to use this image format to your full advantage. In the past, the only image format that was supported by all browsers was the GIF, an image file developed by CompuServe. Then came the JPEG image file, which offered lousy compression without the loss of details, but the size is really small compared to the GIF file image. After some time, the aim for advance 2-dimensional vector computer graphics on the Web came into being. With so much competing formats that were submitted to W3C, SVG was finally developed in 1999.


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How to Disable Comments on Blogger Pages


When you create a new page in Blogger, it has comments enabled by default. Mostly, people don't like to allow their users to comment on their pages. Recently, one of our reader asked us about a way that how to disable comments on Blogger pages. Why would you like to have comments on your about, contact or privacy policy page? It looks quite not professional. Today in this article, we will show you how to disable comments on Blogger pages.


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Saturday, April 5, 2014

Building Interfaces with Backbone and jQuery UI


For my senior design project, I recently had to build a fairly complex client-side interface for professors to create and modify a course plan. The professors wanted to have drag-and-drop functionality so they could, for example, quickly drag a particular lecture/quiz/homework to a different date on the schedule when they needed something to change. I'd worked a bit with Backbone previously, and it seemed like an obvious choice given the layers of data I'd need to work with. For drag-and-drop functionality, I found jQuery UI would work nicely, as it exposes droppable and draggable methods that make it easy to create draggable elements and "lander" elements to collect them. However, I had to hammer out a number of implementation details, so I decided to create a tutorial for other people handling the same problem.


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Debugging Asynchronous JavaScript with Chrome DevTools


A powerful feature that makes JavaScript unique is its ability to work asynchronously via callback functions. Assigning async callbacks let you write event-driven code but it also makes tracking down bugs a hair pulling experience since the JavaScript is not executing in a linear fashion. Luckily, now in Chrome Canary DevTools, you can view the full call stack of asynchronous JavaScript callbacks!


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iOS SDK: UIKit Theme Customization


Theme customization is a great way to stand out in the App Store, but it isn't always easy to achieve. This tutorial will teach you several basic UIKit customization tricks that will help distinguish your applications and create more memorable user experiences.


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Friday, April 4, 2014

iOS SDK : Dynamic Linking


iOS is often criticised for not supporting dynamic libraries. While you might agree or disagree, it is interesting to think about why it is so and how this rule is eventually enforced. In this post we will see what these libraries are, how they come in practice, how they would work if they were fully supported on iOS and what makes it impossible to ship one in your iOS application.


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