Computer programming sometimes considered a branch of applied mathematics, is the process of writing, testing, debugging/troubleshooting, and maintaining the source code of computer programs.
Sometimes you need the basic features of a database but don't want the hassle, and possibly cost, of creating one for a small application. With the .NET DataSet object and a simple XML document we...
Bruce Johnson demonstrates how to use remote scripting to execute server-side functions without leaving the current page.
Learn how to use generate Midi sounds using the synthesizer object sythesis in Java.
Creating connections and all your data objects are really easy Design-Time, but what if you need it for runtime? Here's how.
This tutorial shows you how to fool Visual Basic in a way it will permit the programmer use circular references, like a Parent property without locking the parent object in memory.
An attribute is a new code level language construct in all major .NET languages. It provides integration of declarative information to assemblies, classes, interfaces, members, etc. at the code...
The second article in this series deals with the mechanics of declaring and invoking an API function from within VB, ending up with neat little application that displays the computer name.
This is the first part of a series of articles explaining how to access and use the Win32 API from within VB.
Although socket based TCP/IP servers using IO Completion Ports are often written in C++ it's sometimes useful to write such a server in Visual Basic.
Writing a high performance server that runs on Windows NT and uses sockets to communicate with the outside world isn't that hard once you dig through the API references. What's more most of the code...
This article uses Delphi for .NET Preview to show how .NET managed code can interoperate with Win32 COM clients and servers using the COM Interop mechanism. In particular, it focuses on:
This article will deal with Event and delegates in C#. C# Open a new door by including the feature of Event Driven programming such as Events and Delegates. This article is part of the series that...