If you are a guy like me who has accounts on almost every other website for many different purposes, you might want to use password managers unless you intend to use one same password for every website. In which case you will be vulnerable to hacking because if one of the site where you have […]
Recently we received a lot of requests for different projects in our Facebook group. We have also published a number of C# projects in past but now we are starting a new series where we will publish a new project every week. These projects are for learning purposes so that the beginners can understand & […]
Steganography is the science of hiding information within other information. For example, a watermark “hides” an image on a piece of paper. If you look at most paper currency at a low angle or if you hold it up to a bright light, you can see a ghostly image inside the paper. When you look […]
C# (pronounced C Sharp) Programming Language seems popular these days based on market trends. If you are working with .Net and ASP technologies, you are required to be familiar with the C# accurately. Here we will describes specifically what is similar, what is different, and the motivation behind the C# preference.
.NET is a general purpose development platform for any kind of app or workload, providing key capabilities for building high quality apps including automatic memory management and support for modern programming languages.
This example is a program that tracks the mouse pointer’s current position from Mickey mouse’s eyes in C#.
I’ve been working on an application where I needed to show progress. The client wanted to have a better progress indicator & didn’t wanted to see the built-in progress bar that is available in control box. So I worked on this progressbar which is in circular shape. Developed in Csharp (C#). It is very easy […]
This C# application saves your mobile contacts with all their main, important & basic details on your computer hard drive. Giving you Control & backup of all contacts with many other features.
By Terry Norton