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How to create simple web browser using visual C# ?

>>>First of all for creating simple we browser using c# ,you have download and install required software i.e.Microsoft Visual Studio Express 2012 for Desktop from link => 463 more words

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Getting started

If you’ve never worked with the DevExpress products before, you’ll want to download the free 30 day trial. The trial allows you full access to all of the DevExpress products and DevExpress graciously extends full support to you for those 30 days via the… 289 more words

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Playlist: Developing 2D Games with HTML 5

Do you want to build up your game portfolio with help from the experts? Join AAA game maker Bryan Griffiths and indie game designer Mickey MacDonald for this Jump Start training, and see how easy it is to create universal HTML5 2D games and port them to multiple platforms, using Visual Studio and free open source technology.

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Visual Studio "14" CTP Now Available

Visual Studio “14” CTP Now Available

AsĀ announced today by Soma, we’ve just released the first CTP (Community Technology Preview) of the next version of Visual Studio. 220 more words

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Resetting the Visual Studio Experimental instance

Recently, I got into developing a couple of extensions for Visual Studio. As many of you know, once you create Visual Studio Package project (or any VSIX project), by default your application will be set to start debugging in a Visual Studio Experimental instance. 366 more words

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Using Caliburn.Micro (version 2) for WPF development.

Part 1: A simple application illustrating some basic Caliburn.Micro concepts.

This item is based on the Caliburn.Micro documentation and Silverlight example here: http://caliburnmicro.codeplex.com/wikipage?title=Basic%20Configuration%2c%20Actions%20and%20Conventions
Apart from the additions of the DisplayName and TextBox colour items I make no claim to originality of the text – it is highly based on the original Caliburn.Micro “Soup to Nuts” documentation here: … 1,450 more words

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