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Will the Leap Motion Control Device take over the market from Kinect?
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Uploading/Installing nopCommerce 2.5 on GoDaddy hosting
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Getting your Android app tested on hundreds of devices
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Setting the height of a Telerik RadFileExplorer to 100% with ASP.NET C#

Will the Leap Motion Control Device take over the market from Kinect?

The new Leap Motion Control Device is now taking pre-orders at $69.99. This sleek new sensor can be placed in front of your PC or Mac allowing the user to use hand gestures and actions to control your computer. They are also offering a SDK for developers that may be interested in developing for the[…]

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Uploading/Installing nopCommerce 2.5 on GoDaddy hosting

There are many freely available e-Commerce solutions out there. A particular one that took my interest is nopCommerce. Coded in ASP.NET 4.0 (MVC 3.0) with a MS SQL Server backend for storing content. It features almost everything one can think of with mobile device support, , export/import (XML, Excel) of products, PDF order receipts, Paypal,[…]

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Getting your Android app tested on hundreds of devices

A lot of developers for the droid are complaining about fragmentation. There are different screen sizes, hard/soft keyboard configurations and multiple versions of Android run on mobile phones not to mention tablets. It can be quiet difficult and time consuming to test your apps on all devices. Even the makers of Temple Run found there[…]

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Setting the height of a Telerik RadFileExplorer to 100% with ASP.NET C#

With the requirement of the setting an entire frame to a RadFileExplorer the width can be set to 100% but it became evident that you simply cannot set the height to a 100%, you need to enter in a pixel value. However when the window is resized the height will not resize with it. Declaring[…]

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