For my latest project I got a domain, let call it as “appdomain.com”. From this domain I would like to send emails from my application. However, I don’t like idea to set up my SMTP server, so I prefer to use gmail instead. I have an G Suite subscription from days when Google gave this subscription for free :), however this subscription does not allow to add primary domain anymore. I added the new domain as alias to my primary domain, let’s call it as “primarydomain.com”.
My last project was linked to Telerik RadAsyncUpload control. The requirements was to upload the files to separate server than the control exists on.
My current project is based on SharePoint site, and I manage my users in custom Database. So for the purpose I created custom membership provider and attached to the Sharepoint site. In addition to the changes, I was requested to create a custom login page.
Generally when creating a page in SharePoint it inheritance from LayoutsPageBase, however a public page has to inheritance from UnsecuredLayoutsPageBase and overriding AllowAnonymousAccess property.
For my personal purposes I started to develop themes for Wordpress. I found one VS.Php development tool integrated to visual studio.
After all steps that you did with your project of developing new amazing application for iPhone, you will come to last step - deployment. The step is not so easyest as it look like.
In this post I want to collect all problems that I meet in programming for iPhone and solved them.
I organize my personal photo library by Picasa from Google. And I would like to post full albums with photos with a little amount of buttons presses to my WordPress based blog, but I didn’t find something suitable for me from huge count of plugins for WordPress.
I have a lot of experience in C# programming. But when I first heard about iPhone, I decides to try to develop something for the device.
iFotoFrame is my first application for iPhone and iPod Touch that I published on Apple store.
Prepare maps for your holidays, your walking, your bike trips, your geocaching… You can next print them or use them with your GPS! This utility automatically scrolls, captures, assembles and saves maps (or other window content) from a Web page to a JPG file. This program is free ware. Developed in C# .NET2.0