Yes, it’s true: you can run and compile Apache Thrift servers and clients in Visual Studio 2012! Here’s a set of steps for compiling Apache Thrift under Visual Studio 2012 and then running a C++ Server and Client pair. 1,516 more words
I'm currently working on a C++ program that will take finance data from a web API and run it through the fundamentals tests covered in the last post thereby generating a basic buy rating indicator. In order to achieve this a way to send web requests from the program is required; the easiest way to implement this being the CURL libraries. My IDE of choice is Visual Studio 2012 and the blog below details in an excellent tutorial the steps required to install LibCurl.
Aim is to use OWIN Authentication middleware using external authentication and Asp.Net Identity for a Asp.Net MVC 4 application in Visual Studio 2012. 1,225 more words
I tried loading a solution I’d been working on at home onto my work machine and one of the projects failed to load with the following error : 118 more words
<warning> This is a dumb self guide to my dumb self to get OpenCV programs running under Windows, and using the Qt Library for the UI. 1,035 more words