Volume 29 Number 6
June 2014 Code Downloads
|ASP.NET - Topshelf and Katana: A Unified Web and Service Architecture
Thanks to the Katana project, Topshelf and the OWIN specification, you can now create a unified Web and service architecture with a ridiculously simple deployment process.
|ASP.NET MVC: Override the Default Scaffold Templates
While repeatedly coding create, retrieve, update and delete operations (CRUD) can be tedious, you can automate the process using scaffolding templates. Doing this typically prevents updates or edits to controllers or views, but there are ways to customize them.
|DirectX Factor - The Canvas and the Camera
When moving from 2D to 3D programming, the metaphorical canvas needs to be supplemented with a metaphorical camera. Charles Petzold explains how and why.
|SharePoint - Using JSLink with SharePoint 2013
A new feature in SharePoint 2013 called JSLink provides a much easier and more responsive way to display custom fields on the client, as Pritam Baldota explains.
|Test Run - Working with the MNIST Image Recognition Data Set
James McCaffrey introduces you to the MNIST data set and image recognition, one of the most fascinating topics in the field of machine learning.