(Bipin Joshi) The anchor element allows you to render a hyperlink to a resource using its href attribute. There is a lesser known attribute of the anchor element – download – that can come handy in certain situations.
(Niladri Biswas) In this article we will learn in a step by step method Machine Learning through Predictive Analysis using Linear Regression methodology by using the language R with an example.
(Peter Vogel) You (or someone else) rolled out a new version of an application and it’s behaving…oddly. You ask the people involved (or yourself) “What changed?” and the answer you get is “Nothing.”
(Enamul Kh) Other day I was assisting a customer who had a unique need of binding a Certificate from within C# code using Powershell. A direct API call won’t work due to some constraints, so Powershell was the other viable option. Customer also didn’t want any Powershell window to pop-up, so we need
(Hannes DuPreez) Artificial Intelligence is quickly becoming part of everyday life. Whether you are using your PC or your mobile phone, you are making use of some variation of AI. The Web has given Artificial Intelligence wings and it just keeps on improving.
(Ravi Kiran) Get started with event binding and two-way binding in Angular and learn how to keep the data in the model and input control in sync
(Mike Brind) Most migrations that you execute when working with Entity Framework Core are likely to be straightforward – resulting in nothing more than an adjustment to the database schema. Sometimes, however, you might also want to include a task that requires longer than the default command timeou
Using An AtomicLong With A Modulo Operation May Be Faster Than Using compareAndSet() For Thread-Safe Range-Based Counters
(Ben Nadel) Last week, I looked at using Java’s AtomicInteger class in order to loop over a range of numbers in a thread-safe manner without having to add any additional locking to the code. The core of the logic revolved around executing a while(true) loop that repeatedly invoked a .compareAndSet()
(Peter Vogel) There’s no doubt that Entity Framework with LINQ is great (I’ve certainly written enough articles about it). But Entity Framework comes at a cost.
In this post, App Dev Managers Robert Schumann and Ben Hlaban, introduce us to Blazor – an experimental web UI framework based on C#, Razor, and HTML that runs in the browser via WebAssembly.