Volume 26 Number 11
November 2011 Code Downloads
|Building HTML5 Applications - Better Web Forms with HTML5 Forms
A number of new input types in HTML5 make creating Web forms easier than ever, and the best thing about these new types is that they’ll work at some level in all browsers. Brandon Satrom shows you how to start using HTML5 forms in your applications today.
|NoSQL Document Database - Embedding RavenDB into an ASP.NET MVC 3 Application
Nevermore shall we hear the cries of a lack of nonrelational love for the Microsoft stack, says Justin Schwartzenberger. He demonstrates how exploring the NoSQL world is easy with RavenDB, a .NET/Windows-centric document data store solution that can run in an embedded mode within an ASP.NET MVC application.
|SharePoint Security - Custom Claims-Based Security in SharePoint 2010
Learn about the new claims-based identity model in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 as you explore the process of building a custom claims provider in SharePoint, integrating it with FAST Search and managing claims-enabled content.
|Silverlight 3D - Developing 3D Objects in Silverlight
Learn to create 3D objects in three different ways; the key elements needed to display a 3D object on the screen; and how Silverlight 5 will allow you to go beyond what’s available today and create much richer 3D objects.
|Test Run - Greedy Algorithms and Maximum Clique
Dr. McCaffrey this month presents a greedy algorithm as a solution to the graph maximum clique problem, which is to find the largest group of nodes in a graph that are all connected to one another. He explains how to design and test these algorithms to solve the problem.
|UI Frontiers - Finishing the E-Book Reader
Charles Petzold finishes his Windows Phone 7 e-book reader with a Web service that gets the catalog file from Project Gutenberg, and a Pivot control to display a search screen and a list of downloaded books.
|Windows Phone SDK 7.1 - Building a 'Mango' App
This article walks you through creating an application that uses three of the big new Windows Phone 7.1 features: local databases, live tiles and Silverlight/XNA integration. The theme of the application is mangoes—with mango recipes, mango cocktails and a mango shooter game.