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There are so many software development process’s, best practices, philosophies, and frameworks out there that I just wanted to create a complete reference list of valuable things to remember. Note that some of these I recommend NOT using, however I have listed them so that we can ensure to remember what not to do. However, you would be surprised how in some cases some of these practices are valid, even though they might see ridiculous. Anyway, here is the list, and as always feel free to post your comments and I will try and review them and add the ones that are valid! Agile Software Development Agile Unified Process (AUP) Best Practice The best way to get a specific outcome your looking for.
Introduction There are numerous examples that demonstrate how to embed Internet Explorer as an OLE/COM object in your own window. But these examples typically use Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC), .NET, C#, or at least Windows Template Library (WTL) because those frameworks have pre-fabricated "wrappers" to easily give you an "HTML control" to embed in your window. If you're trying to use plain C, without MFC, WTL, .NET, C#, or even any C++ code at all, then there is a dearth of examples and information how to deal with COM objects such as IE's IWebBrowser2. Here is an article and working example in C to specifically show you what you need to do in order to embed IE in your own window.
The following is a list of algorithms along with one-line descriptions for each.
Thursday 30th November, 2006 If someone granted you one wish, what do you imagine you would want out of life that you haven't gotten yet? For many people, it would be self-improvement and knowledge.
I write lots of CWEB programs, primarily for my own edification.
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Today, I would like to share with everyone free Ubuntu Linux books which I have found on the Net some days ago.
When researching FuseCal this morning, one of the things that made it so appealing to try was the fact that you could just enter in a URL and see the service in action right away. No sign-up forms, no logins. This got us thinking about UI design as it applies to today's web services. Lately, it seems that less and less services are using sign-up forms...at least, they aren't requiring you to sign up right away in order to try them out. Instead, the trend seems to be to let you jump right in and get to work. This is definitely a good move, in terms of usability of the site, and it's not the only UI trend we've noticed lately.
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WWWpic2 is a web server in a Microchip PIC 16F84 .
More and more applications these days are migrating to the Web. Without platform constraints or installation requirements, the software-as-a-service model looks very attractive. Web application interface design is, at its core, Web design; however, its focus is mainly on function. To compete with desktop applications, Web apps must offer simple, intuitive and responsive user interfaces that let their users get things done with less effort and time. In the past we didn’t cover web applications the way we should and now it’s time to take a closer look at some useful techniques and design solutions that make web-applications more user-friendly and more beautiful.
The value of a designers work is probably the hardest thing to estimate for any freelancer.
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