Volume 27 Number 04
April 2012 Code Downloads
|Building HTML5 Applications - Using CSS3 Media Queries to Build a More Responsive Web
Support for CSS3 Media Queries across all major desktop and mobile browsers means you can use context clues to deliver tailored experiences for a wide range of devices, as Brandon Satrom explains.
C++ - A Code-Based Introduction to C++ AMP (no longer available)
|C++ AMP - Introduction to Tiling in C++ AMP
In C++ AMP, the most common and first step to dialing up performance gains to the next level is through a technique called tiling. This article picks up where Daniel Moth’s introduction to C++ AMP left off, and explains how to tile your C++ AMP algorithms.
John Papa explores JsRender, the emergent technology poised to replace jQuery Templates.
|Kinect - Context-Aware Dialogue with Kinect
Project Lily, a Kinect-enabled Windows Presentation Foundation application, represents an attempt to advance the means of context-aware dialogue as well as multi-modal communication through the creation of a virtual office assistant.
|Microsoft Office - Integrating Windows Workflow Foundation with the OpenXML SDK
Learn how you can use the OpenXML SDK 2.0 to integrate Microsoft Office-compatible documents with Windows Workflow Foundation, without having to interact directly with the Office applications.
|Test Run - Bacterial Foraging Optimization (no longer available)
Test Run - Bacterial Foraging Optimization (no longer available)
|Touch and Go - Musical Instruments for Windows Phone
What could be more fun than combining audio streaming with multi-touch and turning your phone into an electronic music instrument? Charles Petzold shows you how.