Category: C#

Visual Studio : What’s new in 2015 debugging 0

Visual Studio : What’s new in 2015 debugging

Microsoft Visual studio as an IDE has matured over the years and now as a developer we are eagerly awaiting release of Visual Studio 2015 later this year. In this post,i will be talking...

Functional Vs Imperative language paradigms 0

Functional Vs Imperative language paradigms

These days, i am in deep love with Microsoft’s F# language and Apple’s Swift language.F# on one side has picked the good parts from Functional languages like ML and oCaml + Imperative languages /...

C#,Web API : HTTP GET with a request body 0

C#,Web API : HTTP GET with a request body

Introduction : “This is impossible !!!!” . GET verb can take request parameters only from the query strings (name/value pairs) and it has a limitation in length. If the URL is too long, the web...

Gaming : Windows Universal Apps with Unity 0

Gaming : Windows Universal Apps with Unity

We are pleased to announce the full support for Windows Phone 8.1 and Universal Windows Applications with the release of Unity 4.5.3. -Unity3d What are windows Universal Apps? At //Build 2014,Microsoft launched this new...

Unity and C# : Learn Scripting 0

Unity and C# : Learn Scripting

Scripting is an essential ingredient in all games. Even the simplest game will need scripts to respond to input from the player and arrange for events in the gameplay to happen when they should....

Unity and C# : Learn Scripting 0

Unity and C# : Learn Scripting

Scripting is an essential ingredient in all games. Even the simplest game will need scripts to respond to input from the player and arrange for events in the gameplay to happen when they should....

API : Talk to Twitter API Via C#-part 1 0

API : Talk to Twitter API Via C#-part 1

I have involved myself in learning and exploring twitter API (More specific REST API V1.1).One very good day, i thought why should i always use the interface aka UI to read tweets or even...

Object Oriented (A) (D) (P) 0

Object Oriented (A) (D) (P)

Object-Oriented Programming What then, is object-oriented programming (or OOP, as it is sometimes written)? We define it as follows: Object-oriented programming is a method of implementation in which programs are organized as cooperative collections of objects,...

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