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Accessing Windows Forms Controls across Threads
Many articles exist on the web regarding properly handling multiple application threads and accessing data across those threads, but this article will aim to remove much of the ambiguity or inaccurate information found in many other articles.
Replacing TreeView with ListBox
TreeView is not good enough to support millions of nodes. Simulating ListBox might help.
EMGU Multiple Face Recognition using PCA and Parallel Optimisation
Using EMGU to perform Principle Component Analysis (PCA) multiple face recognition is achieved. Using .Net Parallel toolbox real time analysis and optimisation is introduced in a user friendly application.
3 Oct 2011, 05:58:00 Source: EMGU Multiple Face Recognition using PCA and Parallel... Tags: Components
The easiest Inversion of Control framework in town.
My first .NET Component, a DateTimePicker that accepts no date
I needed a datetimepicker that allowed users to easily empty it and edit it like a maskedtextbox, so I made one from the actual DateTimePicker class...
30 Sep 2011, 10:31:00 Source: My first .NET Component, a DateTimePicker that accepts no... Tags: Components
Templating WPF Expander Control
Talks about how to customize the look and behaviour of WPF Expander by templating it.
Windows with C++: The Thread Pool Environment
Our resident C++ guru continues his exploration of the thread pool, this month examining objects that control the environment in which callbacks execute.
Html 5 Controls for ASP.Net MVC
Class Library for Html 5 controls for ASP.Net MVC
Inversion of Control/Dependency Injection with Repository Pattern, Fluent Nhibernate and LightCore Framework
Using IOC/DI and Repository Factory with LightCore
4 Aug 2011, 10:11:00 Source: Inversion of Control/Dependency Injection with Repository... Tags: Components
This article explains how to make a custom Windows Tab Control in C#.