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The decorator pattern is a good way to add extensibility to an application, as it follows SOLID design principles. Learn how to use it by adding validation logic to a form.
Use the Apple iOS 6 social framework to deliver a compelling experience to your users.
Understanding the feed-forward mechanism is required in order to create a neural network that solves difficult practical problems such as predicting the result of a football game or the movement of a stock price.
An overview of the Microsoft .NET Framework application security utilities SN.exe, Dotfuscator and SignTool.exe.
A new feature of Windows Store apps, utilizing background tasks will not only help circumvent some challenges from the Windows Store app lifecycle, but they can keep your app responsive to what's going on with the user's device.
Eric Vogel covers how to capture video in a Windows Store app by using the MediaCapture API.
Xamarin, which specializes in building tools that let developers build mobile apps in C#, has taken that idea one step further with Xamarin.iOS.
Learn how to create a perceptron that can categorize inputs consisting of two numeric values.
The Windows Phone 8 SDK added a speech recognition API that's easy to use and flexible. Learn how to put it to work in your application.
Documenting your code is a critical part of development, but too many developers pay too little attention to proper commenting. C++ devs have a tool that can help.
Eric Vogel demonstrates how to use the Windows Runtime MediaCapture API to record audio.
Learn how to play multimedia files with the Windows Runtime media API.
Use the open source Nancy Web framework to expose a Web-based configuration UI for a Windows service.
Make your Android app's design more inviting to users by enhancing things like keyboards and forms, so they'll keep coming back to it.
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