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Yet Another Podcast #137 – Basem Emara

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Basem has over 10 years experience as a consultant, developer, and trainer in the web and mobile space. He has helped enterprises pioneer their industries using JavaScript, .NET, and now iOS and Apple WatchKit. Basem has 2 Apple Watch apps in the … Continue reading → For the complete article and hyperlinks, please visit my blog at

How to convert Array to List in C#?

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Want to convert array of strings to List of strings in C# ? . Below is a sample code to illustrate this. How to convert Array to List in C#? using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Linq; namespace GinktageConsoleApp { internal class Program { private static void Main(string[] args) { string[] inputStr = { "", "Technology...
to remove duplicates from integer array in C# ?
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SharePoint Pitfalls: Creating a Visual Studio Project Without SharePoint Locally Installed

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This is the first on a (huge) collection of posts on SharePoint pitfalls. Hope you enjoy, and, please, do send me your feedback! If you do not have SharePoint locally installed, Visual Studio will not let you create a SharePoint project: Fortunately, it is easy to go around this in two simple steps: Registry In the Registry, add the following key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Shared Tools\Web Server Extensions\15.0\SharePoint In it, add two string values: Location=C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\15\ and SharePoint=Installed Global Assembly Cache Copy the following assemblies from a machine where SharePoint is installed (C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\GAC_32) into your development machine and add them to the GAC (gacutil): Microsoft.SharePoint.dll Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.dll Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Publishing.dll Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Runtime.dll Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.ServerRuntime.dll Microsoft.SharePoint.Library.dll Microsoft.SharePoint.Linq.dll Microsoft.SharePoint.Portal.dll Microsoft.SharePoint.Publishing.dll Of
course, you may need others as well. Enjoy!...(Read whole news on source site)

External Links in Cordova for iOS

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Hybrid app development with Cordova can be challenging at times. While it makes so much sense to build Web applications that can run in as an app in a WebView that can be running on most device platforms, it's good to remember that these apps not 'just' Web apps. There are all these little gotchas that you run into with seemingly simple things that in a normal Web application would just work. Here's one of these fun ones – External links that should not open inside of the current application but in a full web browser instance. Whats's the problem?
External Links stay in the WebView Cordova applications run in a WebView container in iOS and one of the gotchas that you are likely to run into if you have any external links is that external links will try to display in the current WebView of your application. So lets say in my AlbumViewer application I'm viewing an album loaded from the application which displays content from an internal HTML link (or a re-rendered view in this case from Angular). Then there are a few links on the page that link to external content – in this case external...(Read whole news on source site)