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RSS Feed in WPF

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I found this cool page to display RSS feed items in WPF:

Build an RSS reader in 5 minutes

It works great. I thought I would see how it behaves with dream.in.code's feed:

http://feeds.feedbur...ured?format=xml

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Unfortunately it, for me, produces a Script Error dialog several times. My settings in IE are already set to not...
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Dipping Into F#

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If you don't have access to a full version of Visual Studio it is now easier to dip your toe into the F# waters, and functional programming, by downloading the free Visual Studio Community 2013 edition...
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Grand Unified Snippet

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When I first encountered Sublime Text, a few years ago now, I was first attracted to the look of it, then by multi-line editing, but mainly by the possibility of using it as a vehicle to extend my knowledge of Python. Python is the main language behind its plug-in architecture. On further investigation I noticed that regex...
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Still No Answer?

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Most forums are manned by volunteers. If only a couple of days have passed without a response this doesn't mean that your question won't be answered, or responded to. Many volunteers visit infrequently, but many will also look through the forum(s) for specific language(s) and look, specifically, at unanswered questions. (The Home page...
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Name Your Stuff

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Please don't name your form "form", or "form1". Please don't call your textbox "textbox1".

Do not leave your controls with their default names of "TextBox1", "TextBox2", "TextBox50000", "ListBox1". Please don't call your application "MyApplication". All of...
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HTML5 Form Elements and Attributes

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The purpose of the HTML page below is simply to gather (nearly) all the HTML and HTML5 form elements and attributes in one place for ease of reference.

  • There is no CSS.
  • I have omitted some obscure or unsupported elements and attributes.
  • Not every attribute for every element is demonstrated. For example, pattern...
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Brief PowerShell Notes (pdf/docx)

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Below is a link to a zip-file containing a PDF, and a DOCX version, of some PowerShell notes that I made a while ago. It seems pointless them just sitting unused on my computer, so feel free to do what you will with them!

There are nine pages. These are very brief notes, an overview, with no attempt to make them into a tutorial. (Really just...
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Up to speed with Excel formulas

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Is this you?

  • Double-clicking in a cell, even if it is empty
  • Typing a formula in full
  • Slowing dragging your mouse to highlight cells
  • Trying to click in the formula bar
  • Keep forgetting to finish editing a cell

To enter something in a cell just start typing...
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What is Fundamental?

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Keen to write the next great game? A super application? You must first understand the fundamentals of your chosen language. These fundamentals are largely the same, regardless of the language.


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A Quick (CSS) Transition

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Typically, people use jQuery mouseenter and mouseleave (or hover) events when all they are doing is changing and/or animating css properties, then changing them back again. They could just use css :hover to change the properties back and forth. But, in particular, the animations are more easily, and more effectively, achieved using ...

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