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Joel Bennett

Introduction to Model Driven Development with Sculpture - CodeProject - 0 views

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    Sculpture is a .NET open source Model-Driven Development code generation framework... can model your application components, and then transform this model to deployable components ... comes with ready-made molds like NHibernate, LINQ, WCF, etc
Joel Bennett

Orange Data Mining - 1 views

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    Orange is a component-based data mining software. It includes a range of preprocessing, modelling and data exploration techniques. It is based on C++ components, that are accessed either directly (not very common), through Python scripts (easier and better), or through GUI objects called Orange Widgets.
Joel Bennett

autofac - Project Hosting on Google Code - 4 views

  • Autofac is based on strongly component-oriented principles. It will change the way you approach dependency injection in .NET.
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    Autofac is based on strongly component-oriented principles. It will change the way you approach dependency injection in .NET.
roberthayes222

Challenges in Cross Platform Push Notification | App42 PaaS Backend as a Service Blog - 0 views

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    Today all famous apps run on almost all platform to cater most of the audience. To develop and support all platforms to your app requires lots of platform specific things to address. There are some frameworks like PhoneGap which has reduced this work and provided a way through which one can write entire app using this framework and then convert this into target platform like iOS, Android and more. However there are still lots of things which are beyond the offerings of these frameworks. Making cross platform Push Notification support is one of them. Before we go into detail of challenges, lets see what are the key component in Push Notification Engine. Key components in Push Notification Engine is described below Push Server which will send the notification to target client once message is available. Each provider has its own Server like APNS for iOS, GCM server for Android, MPNS for Windows and so on. It also provides the interface to register the application for push enablement. App Back-end Server which will send the notification to Push Server (APNS/MPNS/GCM etc) Push Client which runs on device and keeps on listening to server for incoming messages. This client is background process and is common for all applications running on the device. Once message is received it will wake up the app for which message has been received.
Joel Bennett

Mouse Gestures for .NET - CodePlex - 0 views

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    An open source component to allow you to enable mouse-gestures in your .net applications ...
Joel Bennett

C4F Developer Kit - CodePlex - 0 views

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    The kit includes drag 'n drop Controls and Components, SmartTags, VB.Net and C# source code for all tools and samples as well as complete QuickStarts, APIs, and documentation.
Joel Bennett

Component Factory - Controls and Components for WinForms - 0 views

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    Krypton Toolkit is the only free set of professional quality controls for WinForms development ...
David Corking

Jonathan Schwartz's Blog: Sun's Network Innovations (3 of 4) - 0 views

  • this datacenter systems market is more than $150b annually. And in this datacenter market we build exceptional systems
  • storage, from our new flash based platforms to eco-efficient tape and archive solutions.
  • more than just naked components, they're engineered with remote management and monitoring, component redundancy, integrated virtualization, and on board storage and networking. That's why our margins are higher than the industry's
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  • we now build our entire line of storage systems from general purpose server parts, including Solaris and ZFS, our open source file system.
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      So, can anyone build a Sun storage device, or are Sun's "general purpose server parts" better (with better management and redundancy ...) ?
  • using a general purpose OS allows us to easily embrace specialized components (from flash memory to GPU's)
  • Solaris OEM agreements with IBM, Dell, Intel, Fujitsu and HP are so important to our end customers - they know they'll never be locked in.
  • why am I paying you a million dollars?" I responded, "You can absolutely run it for free. You just can't call me on Christmas day, you'll be on your own." He gave me the PO.
    • David Corking
       
      Schwartz gives the strong impression of an IT company _without_ its hand in your pocket. It is a similar attitude and reputation, though with proprietary software, rather than services (for free software), that seems to have made Microsoft so wealthy in the late eighties and nineties.
  • These open source platforms generate, alongside the services attached to them, over a billion dollars a year, making Sun by far and away the world's largest open source software company.
    • David Corking
       
      Hundreds of millions of dollars a year from open source Java alone!
  • Fighting free and open software, like fighting free news or free search, is like fighting gravity - and btw, gravity gets a lot stronger during economic downturns.
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  • There is a robust, well-designed open source PBX Server called SipX that is primarily backed by Nortel (due to their acquisition of the creators, Pingtel).
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    Making money - billions of dollars of it - with open specification hardware and open source software
Joel Bennett

ScintillaNET - CodePlex - 0 views

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    ScintillaNET is a .NET 2.0 wrapper around the Scintilla Native control. It provides a friendly .NET interface around the unwieldy Scintilla component ...
ybordiq

Best practices - robotlegs-framework - GitHub - 0 views

  • t is common to add event listeners in the onRegister method of the Mediator. At this phase of the Mediator’s lifecycle, it has been registered and its view component and other dependencies have been injected. The onRegister method must be overridden in concrete Mediator classes. Event listeners may be added in other methods as well, including event handler methods that are responding to both framework and view component events.
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      note: this is only partially true: if any widget of the view is not included in the "normal" state of the view (cf use of states in flex + usage of "includeIn" component property), then it is null when the onRegister() is called => impossible to register an event listener to it via the eventMap (or any other way)=> we can listen to the view currentStateChange events and register event listeners at that moment, but this is somewhat ugly...(might be more a limitation of Flex than Robotleg, though...)
Joel Bennett

DDay.iCal - 0 views

  • DDay.iCal is an iCalendar implementation written in C# and based on the RFC 2445 standard. It parses files in the iCalendar format and provides an object-oriented interface to iCalendar components: Event, Todo, TimeZone, Journal, FreeBusy, and Alarm.
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    .NET implementation of iCalendar, including classes for all the data types, and saving/reading ics files.
Joel Bennett

Using C++ Interop (Implicit PInvoke) - 0 views

  • C++ Interop is recommended over explicit PInvoke because it provides better type safety, is typically less tedious to implement, is more forgiving if the unmanaged API is modified, and makes performance enhancements possible that are not possible with explicit PInvoke.
  • C++ Interop allows COM components to be accessed at will and does not require separate interop assemblies
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    Because it is the language of the native APIs, Visual C++ has a special status on Windows which makes it  the best language for interacting with the platform APIs -- whether those are pure C++ APIs or COM components. This is partly due to the fact that unlike other .NET languages, Visual C++ allows managed and unmanaged code to exist in the same application and even in the same file ... allowing integration with existing apps and platform APIs that is just not possible in other .NET languages.
Joel Bennett

Managed Extensibility Framework - CodePlex - 0 views

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    Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) is a new library in .NET that enables greater reuse of applications and components ... but it's (currently) licensed under the unacceptable MS-LPL ... where that extra L stands for "lock-in"
Joel Bennett

SyncToy v2.0 Download - Microsoft.com - 0 views

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    Based on components of the Microsoft Sync Framework ... supports complex scenarios like combining files from two folders in one case, and mimicing renames and deletes in another case... can be installed by non-admins *if* the Sync Framework is preinstalled
Joel Bennett

Castle.Components.Scheduler - Castle Project - 0 views

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    A job scheduler like quartz.net (or like Java Quartz) to offer enhanced scheduled-tasks (or cron) -like functionality to .Net applications at the thread/process level.
Joel Bennett

Seadragon Ajax : Microsoft Live Labs - 0 views

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    Seadragon is the code name for the DeepZoom component of Silverlight. Seadragon AJAX is a script you can use to embed a DeepZoom viewer anywhere you can paste a script snippet.
Joel Bennett

Silverlight Toolkit - CodePlex - 0 views

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    The Silverlight Toolkit is a collection of Silverlight controls, components and utilities made available outside the normal Silverlight release cycle.
Joel Bennett

Ariadne Spoken Dialogue System - 0 views

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    The System contains all necessary components to build a spoken dialogue system on your Windows desktop (using SAPI 5.1)
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