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The Adapter Pattern allows incompatible interfaces to communicate. Learn how it works by building an application that calculates prime numbers.
Your guide to all aspects of how Xamarin has implemented .NET 4.5/C# 5's support for asynch operations in Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android.
Creating a Windows Service is trivial using Topshelf, a freely-available library that converts a console application to a Windows Service. In this article, you'll create a simple notification app and integrate Topshelf.
Create a Windows Store app that consumes a Web API service.
Quickly populate your applications with fake names, addresses, phone numbers and much more with freely available libraries.
Eric Vogel covers how to use the new Web API 2 routing attributes to create a Web service in Part 1 of this series.
James McCaffrey explains the common neural network training technique known as the back-propagation algorithm.
Wally McClure guides you through using the XCode design surface integration with Xamarin Studio, and programmatically creating controls.
How to manage visual states, and perform navigation and testing of your view models from within a Windows Phone PCL.
Learn how to use the new Authentication filters in ASP.NET MVC 5, currently in developer preview.
Learn how to write both code and tests that can be shared across multiple platforms.
ASP.NET Web API is a solid communications framework, and many applications can benefit from breaking free of IIS by including an embedded ASP.NET Web API server.
The Observer Pattern is the foundation of Model View Controller (MVC) development. In this article, you'll learn how to use it by building a simple email application.
Understanding how back-propagation works will enable you to use neural network tools more effectively.
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