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In part I, I included source code for generating a list of sample colors. To bind to a generated color list, we can call ColorUtil.GenerateColorList and make the result available via a property. In the code sample below, we generate a list of 4,096 colors (16 values for red, green and blue). In our XAML, we […]
I was asked to review the book (and received a free electronic copy). As someone that is very into storage engines, I was quite excited about this. After going over the leveldb codebase, I would finally get to read a real book about how it works. I was disappointed, badly. This book isn’t really about leveldb. It contains pretty much no background, explanation, history or anything much at all about how leveldb works. Instead, it is pretty much a guide of how to use LevelDB to write iOS application. There is a lot of chapters dealing with
Objective-C, NSString and variants, how to do binding, how to handle drag and drop. However, things that I would expect. Such as explanations of how it works, what does it do, alternative use cases, etc are very rare, if there at all. Only chapter 10 is really worth reading, and even so, I got the feeling that it only made sense to me because I already knew quite a lot leveldb already. I can’t imagine actually starting from scratch and actually being able to understand leveldb from this book. If you are working on iOS apps / OS...(Read whole news on source site)
Managing content on professional level in company’s intranet and extranet sites is very important. Often companies underestimate the importance of information quality and instead focusing on improving it they try to find other ways how to make people use materials provided through these sites. In this posting I will go through main problems related to […]The post Why professional in-house content management matters? appeared first on Gunnar Peipman - Programming Blog.
source: http://proq.blogspot.co.uk If you want to be able to quickly share things between a Windows Phone and Windows 8 application, you can always use the technique of linked files. Linked files are existing files you add to a project, for instance a file that already exists in your Windows 8 project and which you want to add to your Windows Phone project. But, instead of adding this existing file in the normal way, you add it as link. This is an additional option you can choose in the 'add existing item' dialog box.