.NET Source Code
Published and unpublished source code accompanying the article by Paul Kimmel in which he examines Parallal LINQ, which is part of the Parallel FX extensions for .NET. PLINQ lets you use basic LINQ keywords to tap into the extra power that multicore systems provide. - .NET
Published source code accompanying the article by Eric Bergman-Terrell in which he finds out that a VM and Mono comes in handy when creating C# .NET programs. In addition to Linux, Mono lets you develop and run .NET client and server applications on Solaris, Mac OS X, Windows, and UNIX. Also see DOTNETLX.ZIP. Also see UbuntuDotNetDevVM.ZIP. - .NET
Unpublished source code accompanying the article by Adelene Ng in which see uses Lucene.NET -- a high-performance text retrieval library -- to index and search image files. Requires UNZIP/PKUNZIP to extract. - .NET
Published source code accompanying the article by Shelly Saunders in which she presents techniques and examines tools for developing .NET applications for IBM's WebSphere Portal Server. Also see PORTAL.ZIP. - .NET
Associated article: .NET Development & the IBM WebSphere Portal Server
Tags: Web Development .NET Tools Design
Published source code accompanying the article by Eric Bergman-Terrell in which he discusses the FlowDocument class in the Windows Presentation Framework--the graphics and user interface engine in .NET 3.0. Also see GUI_WPF.ZIP. - .NET
Unpublished source code accompanying the article by Espen Riskedal in which he shows how you can use Qt to build a Windows Mobile applications using as an example an internationalized image viewer. Requires UNZIP/PKUNZIP to extract. - .NET
Published source code accompanying the article by Kevin Hoffman on Continuous LINQ, one one expansion made possible through language extensions and LINQ on the .NET Framework 3.5. - .NET
Published source code accompanying the article by Matthew Curry and Jeffrey G. Gray in which they present BibPort, a tool that extracts relevant information from a set of legacy documents to create a database of bibliographic references using Visual Studio Tools for Office in combination with Visual Studio 2008 and Word 2007. Also see BIBPORT2008.ZIP. - .NET
Published source code accompanying the article by Patrick Garvan in which he examines the Microsoft NT Symbolic Debugger and the Application Verifier. Also see DEBUG_AV.ZIP - .NET
Published source code accompanying the article by by Niels Kokholm and Peter Sestoft in which the present the C5 Generic Collection Library. Collection libraries provide functionality for storing and manipulatng collections of related data items. - .NET
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