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Official Kaththi 2D Game for Ilayathalapathy Vijay Fans

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Day by day , the hype for the Tamil movie Kaththi is increasing at a rapid pace . Few weeks back there was an official Kaththi 3G Game that was launched for Android and Windows Phone . Now , an official Kaththi 2D Game is being released and is available for download from android Google [...]

Random Link Roundup–10/17/2014

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It’s been a while since I’ve posted a batch of links, mostly due to me catching pneumonia!  So, I have a ton of stuff for you today!  Oh, and it’s late! I can tell I'm spending the bulk of my time in the Angular world these days… Angular JS "Why does there have to be something wrong with AngularJS" by @johnpapa is a great read. I was confused by Polymer and how it relates to AngularJS.  Both are projects backed by Google.  This SO answer cleared it up
a bit. textAngular is a WYSIWYG text editor directive. Angular-Storage provides a a localStorage-backed service you can use to persist objects. Here's a nice collection of filters for AngularJS. If you're doing AngularJS with ASP.NET MVC, check out checklist-model.  It works well with the standard ASP.NET MVC Model Binder. Here's a good discussion of $digest and $apply. This short presentation is a good place to start learning about lazy-loading.  Learn about

Slide Deck and Demos – Quick Tour to Front-End Unit Testing Using Jasmine – Software Architect 2014 Conference

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I had the pleasure to deliver a session about unit testing in JavaScript using Jasmine framework. In the session I explained why you need to do unit testing in general and what is behavior driven development (BDD).Later on, we delved into Jasmine and the features it includes and in the end of the session we […]

How To Write Unmaintainable Code (or how to sell yourself workable coding standards)

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Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/TATWORTH/archive/2014/10/17/how-to-write-unmaintainable-code-or-how-to-sell-yourself.aspxThe essay ‘How To Write Unmaintainable Code’ is an excellent article on how not to write code. I suggest every Dot Net developer read through it! It will convince you to use Visual Studio (Pro and above) together with ReSharper and StyleCop, to automate a workable coding standard. (Yes there are other standards, but StyleCop provides a coding standard that is very ergonomic.)
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#1,182 – Using RenderSize Properties in Custom Elements

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When writing rendering code for a custom element that derives from FrameworkElement, you can use the ActualWidth and ActualHeight properties to know how to render the element.  These properties indicate the desired final size of the element, after all layout calculations have been done. If a custom control derives from UIElement, it won’t have access to the ActualWidth and ActualHeight properties, but can […]

The Morning Brew #1718

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Software Visual Studio 2013 Update 4 RC now Available – John Montgomery announces the release of the Visual Studio 2013 Update 4 Release Candidate which includes a number fo fixes, improvements and new features. Visual Studio and TFS 2013.4 (Update 4) Release Candidate – Brian Harry highlights the Team Foundation Server aspects of the Update […]

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