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Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Convert code from C# to VB and from VB to C#

Hi,

I was working on a project that needs to be converted from VB to C#, i was searching for a tool that can easily convert some part for me.

i found one http://converter.telerik.com/

Thanks,
Ujjwal

Books on Java performance tuning

We usually do a performance research by writing small stop watch and it will log time taken for each business methods. You create stop watch methods something like startWath and stopWatch to start and stop a timer. The performance tuning on web applications vary from server to server since there are some server level tuning also improves your application's performance.

Below are some books which might help you.

Java Performance: The Definitive Guide is a really good book and its quite latest as well - covers G1 GC in depth.

Then there is another book: Java Performance by Charlie Hunt and Binu John even this book is good expecially the java performance troubleshooting guidelines are good.

Thanks,
Ujjwal Soni

How To Handle Downtime During Site Maintenance

Hi,

I came across a great article to handle downtime during website maintainence. I've shared the link below.

http://moz.com/blog/how-to-handle-downtime-during-site-maintenance

Thanks,
Ujjwal

error-message-401-2-unauthorized-logon-failed-due-to-server-configuration

I faced below error when i configured my project to a different machine, i checkedout my source code from TFS. This error mainly occours when Authentication Mode is wrongly configured in your IISExpress.



In order to resolve this error, click on your project and press F4 key. (Dont right click and click on properties as it will take you to a different page).

Change the settings as per above screenshot, disable anonymous mode and enable windows authentication. This will resolve this error.

Thanks,
Ujjwal

Friday, April 10, 2015

Microsoft MVC 70-486 VCEFiles

Hi,

I have a collection of exam dumps for Microsoft MVC 70-486 VCEFiles which can be downloaded from below link.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_af9FI8dQPKZm56clViX1lhaHc/view?usp=sharing

Thanks,
Ujjwal

Friday, March 13, 2015

Windows 10 for Raspberry PI

Microsoft announced that windows 10 would be available for Raspberry PI. Although, this version will be quite different version than what is being used in Desktops and will be much faster.

New Raspberry PI tourbocharges with new Broadcom BCM2836 system-on-chip. This is a VideoCore IV GPU with four 900MHz ARMv7 Cortex-A7 cores. Also, there’s twice as much memory: 1GB LPDDR2 SDRAM.

Windows 10 for the Raspberry Pi 2 will be available for free for the maker community via Microsoft’s Windows Developer Program for IoT.

Have ordered my new Raspberry PI and waiting for it to be delivered.

Thanks,
Ujjwal

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Features of MVC 6 and ASP.Net vNext

1. MVC 6 added new cloud computing optimization system of MVC , web API, SignalR and entity framework.

2. The Microsoft  make a bundle of MVC, Web API, WebPages, SignalR , That bundle we called MVC 6.

3. In MVC 6, Microsoft removed the dependency of system.web.dll from MVC 6  because it's so expensive. Typically  it consume 30K memory per request/response.
Right now, in MVC 6 consume 2K  memory per request response. It's too small memory  consume.

4. Most of the problem solved using the Roslyn Compiler.

5. The ASP .Net  vNext used the Roslyn Compiler,  By using Roslyn compiler do not need to compile the application Its  compile automatically the application code.

6. The .Net vNext is a cross platform and open source.


7. The .Net vNext has the new project extension project.json. Basically project.json contain the all dependency dll of the application.

8. In MVC 5.1 and 5.2 support to Enum and EnumHelper in  razor views.

9. MVC 6 added new cloud computing optimization system of MVC ,
web API, SignalR and entity framework. The Microsoft  make a
bundle of MVC, Web API, WebPages, SignalR , That bundle we called MVC 6. In MVC 6, Microsoft removed the dependency of system.web.dll

Friday, November 21, 2014

Encoding issue when exporting linq data to CSV C#

Hi,

I had been generating export in csv format from C# Code.

I faced an issue where CSV content heading had some Currency symbols and those were perfectly getting displayed in CSV but when you open those in excel, it shows some corrupted symbols.

i managed to resolve it using below sequence of development tasks.

My Earlier Code

  byte[] Bytes = GetFileDataBytes(filename);
 return File(Bytes , "text/csv", "report-" + DateTime.Now.ToString("yyyy-MMM-dd") + ".csv");

My New Code

  byte[] Bytes = GetFileDataBytes(filename);
 var result = Encoding.UTF8.GetPreamble().Concat(Bytes).ToArray();
 return File(result , "text/csv", "report-" + DateTime.Now.ToString("yyyy-MMM-dd") + ".csv");

Using Above code, i managed to open csv in excel with all special characters in it. :)

Thanks,
Ujjwal

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Hike Messenger Download

Hi,

Recently i downloaded Hike Messenger on my Note 3 mobile. I am already using whatsapp. The great feature i liked about Hike is the Location sharing feature, its really great. I'll post other features soon.

Thanks,

Ujjwal

Friday, May 30, 2014

Issue Rendering Large Table in Internet Explorer 9 using jquery modal box dialog

Hi,

Recently i had to render large amount of data in an html table in modal dialog box. This worked fine in all browsers except internet explorer 9 specifically. The problem was some rows getting skipped while rendering.

I had a simple table structure in jquery template as below
<pre>
<tr>
<td>
value 1
</td>
<td>
value 2
</td>
<td>
value 3
</td>
</tr>
</pre>
and so on....

I struggled a lot to find the root cause and discussed it on many forums, some said its due to memory related issues in Internet Explorer 9 and some were questioning on the jquery table structure i have used.

However, i managed to resolve this simply by removing extra spaces from td tag. Something like below solved my issue :

<pre><tr><td>value 1</td><td>value 2</td><td>value 3</td></tr></pre>

Let me know if you have any questions.

Cheers,

Ujjwal

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Saving handsontable data

What prompted me to use handsontable

I was working on replacing an old Excel web control with a more user friendly and needed a JavaScript library that provided the functionality that I needed. After investigating several libraries I decided that handsontable provided me the best solution.

I thank Marcin Warpechowski, for creating this wonderful library. The community around this is very helpful and this library is rapidly evolving into an even better library!

What my solution involved

My project that I was implementing handsontable was a classic example of Web Forms with PostBack and code behind access of form elements directly.

How to save the data

I did not try to create a Web Form custom element, instead I just took advantage of what was already implemented. I started out with creating everything I needed to render a blank handsontable to my page where I was replacing this old control. You can get that from the handsontable demo pages.
I then added the JSON2 library, from Douglas Crockford's Github repository, to my project and included it in the page that the table is on.

Lastly, I used jQuery to bind an event on the form submission that ran a simple verification that there were no invalid cells in my table. If my table was completely valid, then the event would harvest the data from handsontable and with JSON2 serialize that data into a valid JSON string and save it into a hidden field that my code-behind would pick up. Once it is on the server you can do what you need to do to this.

How to retrieve the data

With Web Forms and the page I was working with, I needed to be able to repopulate the table with data that had traveled across my PostBack event. So just as I did with my form submission event, I wrote a specialized page load event that populated an object for my handsontable to use during it's creation.

My event just listens for the ready event of the page and then looks for that hidden field I created to save the data. It pulls the data out of the hidden field and uses JSON2 to deserialize the object out of the string and that result is passed to my handsontable create table method.


var hst = (function () {
  var $container = $("#hst");

  $container.handsontable({
    startRows: 8,
    startCols: 6,
    rowHeaders: true,
    colHeaders: true,
    minSpareRows: 1,
    contextMenu: true
  });

  hst = $container.data('handsontable');

  var $dataLocker = $("#dataLocker").val();

  if ($dataLocker.length > 0) {
    var data = JSON.parse($dataLocker);

    hst.loadData(data);
  }
  return hst;
})();

// Enable a click handler for the button to save data and submit the form
$("#saveContent").click(function (e) {
  // Save the table data before sending the form
  $("#dataLocker").val(JSON.stringify(hst.getData()));
  $("body > form").submit();

});




using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Web.UI.HtmlControls;
using Newtonsoft.Json;

namespace HandsonDemo
{
    public partial class _Default : System.Web.UI.Page
    {
        protected HtmlInputHidden dataLocker;
        private List<List<int?>> Data = new List<List<int?>>
        {
            new List<int?> { 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 },
            new List<int?> { 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 },
            new List<int?> { 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 },
            new List<int?> { 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 },
        };

        protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            if (IsPostBack)
            {
                // if we are posting data to the server deserialize it so that we can manipulate it
                Data = JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<List<List<int?>>>(dataLocker.Value);
            }

            // store the data object to be rendered to the handsontable
            dataLocker.Value = JsonConvert.SerializeObject(Data);
        }
    }

}

Monday, March 31, 2014

CSS Score

(Original Article at http://sgdev-blog.blogspot.sg/2014/01/css-score.html

We all know that when many conflict css properties can be applied for one web element, it is by specification that the more specific properties will be applied. However, specific is an abstract word. Hence, it is better that we know about css score, or how browser choose which properties to override. 

Browser categorize css to 4 categories with the specificity from high to low as: 

1/ Style Attribute:
  •  


  • 2/ ID: #some_id{ color: red;} 

    3/ Class, pseudo class, attribute: .some_class {color:green;} 

    4/ Elements: li {color:black;} 

    From W3C recommendation, the result of this calculation takes the form of four comma-separated values, a,b,c,d,1 where the values in column “a” are the most important and those in column “d” are least important. A selector’s specificity is calculated as follows: 

    To calculate a, count 1 if the declaration is from a style attribute rather than a rule with a selector (an inline style), 0 otherwise. 
    To calculate b, count the number of ID attributes in the selector. 
    To calculate c, count the number of other attributes and pseudo-classes in the selector. 
    To calculate d, count the number of element names and pseudo-elements in the selector. 
    Here is one example using this rule: 

    body#home div#warning p.message --> 0, 2, 1, 3 

    Please notice the comma ',' in the css score, it is there to remind us that the score b, c, d can be equal or bigger than 10. Still, the rule to compare is left to right.

    Checking Javascript errors remotely

    Think of a scenario where your website has gone LIVE. Now there occurs a JavaScript error and because of that the record cannot be saved in database and this happens only with internet explorer 7. The client is now complaining.  You checked this at your end to analyse but it seems to be working at your end.

    For scenarios like above, i found a great tool which can help us to monitor JavaScript errors. Yes, but for this you need to add a script in the page where you want to monitor. Check below link

    https://qbaka.com

    Tuesday, January 28, 2014

    Real-Time Distributed Software Development Using Eclipse

    Hi,

    I recently came across a cool plugin that enables  Real-Time Distributed Software Development Using Eclipse.

    http://www.saros-project.org

    What is Saros? What is it not?

    Saros is an Open Source Eclipse plugin for distributed collaborative software development.

    • Currently, it works only with and within Eclipse. Saros users can use all Eclipse functionality as usual.

    Saros is a real-time collaborative editor for eclipse projects.

    • All collaborators have an identical copy of Eclipse projects.
    • Two or more users can jointly edit files in the project.
    • Each user has and modifies his or her own copy of the file locally.
    • Saros keeps these copies in sync by transmitting each change to all of the other collaborators.

    Saros supports up to 5 participants at once.

    • Saros is designed to at least work with two participants in a session - as inherent for pair programming.
    • But it supports up to 5 distributed parties in a session.
    • The initiator of a session, the host, has a privileged role.

      Saros is not screen sharing, desktop sharing, or application sharing.

      • That means for instance that it does not support joint interactive testing.

      Saros can be used in various scenarios:

      Joint review
       
      One participant ("driver") reviews the contents of one or more files together with other participants ("observers"). Saros is set to always show the observers the same region of text (program code or whatever else) that the driver sees ("follow mode"). At any time, any participant (driver as well as observers) can highlight text with the mouse for all the others to see. Also, any participant can become driver at any time.
       
      Introducing beginners
       
      Much like before, except that explaining rather than reviewing is the goal. Each of the beginners (staying in the observer role) can individually peek at other regions of the file or even other files without influencing the flow of the session for the others. To do that, s/he will temporarily leave follow mode.
       
      Distributed Party Programming
       
      Two or more participants work together in a loosely coupled fashion. They work independently much of the time, but can call one of the others to help whenever the need arises, for possibly only a very short time or for a longer episode. In this mode, distributed work can even be more powerful than working in the same room, as nobody needs to leave a seat to help multiple others in the course of an hour. Just think how this can speed up the coordination work just before release time after a code freeze!
       
      Distributed Pair Programming 
       
      Is a particular form of Distributed Party Programming in which two people develop code or text in continuous close collaboration, discussing the approach and combining the best of their ideas.

    Tuesday, January 14, 2014

    Friday, November 1, 2013

    Upgraded to OSX Mavericks on my Mac

    Hi,

    I upgraded my Mac with OSX Mavericks.  Apple claims that they have made improvements on speed, multiple windows and yeah, they seem to have succeeded in that.

    Upgradation process went smooth and it was quick and steady.

    Cheers,

    Ujjwal Soni

    Friday, October 25, 2013

    New line break problem with EPPLUS when exporting data

    Hi,

    Recently i have been facing an issue while exporting data  using C# and EPPLUS. I used below solution to get that done ::

    Since my data is coming from stored procedure and this data is stored in a single column, i used a special character to seperate data.

    ENTRY1***ENTRY2

    so in excel this will be displayed as

    ENTRY1
    ENTRY2

    if you send data from DB like for example :: ENTRY1\r\nENTRY2, it didnt work even if i convert that to a string. So, i replaced this special character in my c# code.


      int rowCnt=ws.Dimension.End.Row;
               for (int i = 1; i <= rowCnt; i++)
               {
                 using (var rngs = ws.Cells["FD"+i])
                 {
                   var rt1 = rngs.RichText.Text;
                   if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(rt1))
                   {
                     rngs.RichText.Clear();
                     rngs.Style.WrapText = true;
                     var rt2 = rng.RichText.Add(rt1.Replace("***", "\r\n"));
                     rngs.Style.WrapText = true;
                   }
                 }
               }


    Cheers,

    Ujjwal Soni

    Thursday, October 17, 2013

    Internationalization in Demandware

    i18n / internationalization

    Although internationalization (or i18n for short) covers a number of different aspects, its primaryrole is to provide pages in multiple languages. To ensure this can be achieved, one should never include language-specific text in a template or controller directly. Instead of this, one should use the Demandware property mechanism. As familiar from languages such as Java, this permits thedefinition of entities known as "property" files, which assign the actual language-specific texts to unique keys. Since Demandware loads all property files automatically, this means you always have access to the keys of all property files.

    Instead of using the Resource class from Demandware, you should utilize the i18n method provided by the framework. This offers a few extensions that, among other things, permit the utilization of property file content in frontend JavaScript functions.
    Sample property file ("user.properties"):

    user.profile.complete.head=Complete Your Profile
    user.profile.complete.promo=What is this?
    user.profile.complete.buttons.next=Next

    Cheers,

    Ujjwal Soni
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