How to work with Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) in HTML 5 In this article I will discuss how to start working with HTML5-SVG. Starting from basics, will cover drawing the Line (SVG-Line), Circle (SVG-Circle), Rectangle (SVG-Rectangle), Ellipse (SVG-Ellipse) and Polygon (SVG-Polygon).
Complex Button - Microsoft Silverlight 5 - Lesson 23 In this video, We will start working with controls that are a bit more complex than the ones we have seen before. We already know how to create a button and change its properties. But buttons do not have to contain only text.
How to use CSS in your webpage This article will tell you, how you may use css in your webpage in 3 different ways (inline css, page css and external css). All the 3 ways have been discussed here in detail.
A brief insight into Java Persistence API In this article you will see some highlights of the significant attributes that make things easier for the Java Persistence API and its use in applications for the Java Platform.
Introduction to Animation - Microsoft Silverlight 5 - Lesson 20 In this video, We will introduce animation. Animation is about changing the properties of an object over a period of time. This is not something you can easily create in Visual Studio because there is a lot of XAML that you need to manipulate.
How to reverse your Desktop Image Search with Java With the program that you will make in this article, you can search any possible image by simply dragging that image with mouse, and the software opens all relevant results making use of Google Image.
Binding To Objects - Microsoft Silverlight 5 - Lesson 17 In this video, we continue our binding discussion by talking about binding to objects. We will create a list of images and their names on the left hand side and a stack panel that contains an image and a text block on the right hand side.
A guide to work with Delegates in .NET This article describes on the StaticCallbacks method to exhibit the different ways of using callback delegates. Delegates’ holds up a dynamic event programming sculpt and transient procedural types as arguments.