The usage of DocumentProperties and SetPrinter API functions gives an opportunity to change the printer settings. But, when using them, I could not have a stable method of changing settings on all Windows OS versions. Below, all possible methods of changing printer parameters will be described and also the solution of how to obtain the [...]
The Microsoft Pattern and Practices Composite Application Block (CAB) and the Smart Client Software Factory (SCSF) are incredibly useful tools for developing Smart Client solutions. It is true that they take a bit of learning, but the effort is worthwhile.
The modularity of the approach means that it is easy to develop the [...]
Table structure in HTML and GridView in ASP.NET has brought about various smart ways of rendering data. But there is a big question I’ve been looking for the answer for quite some time ago; that is how to freeze header rows to track data easily when scrolling page. Unfortunately, the [...]
Usually, running a PHP script in .NET involves shelling to the OS and piping the response back. With Serge Perevoznyk’s PHP4Delphi, Delphi developers were able to utilize the Zend (PHP) engine without having to resort to the shell while accruing some superb features, like User-Defined Functions, Variables, Constants, and Error [...]
At least you were outside the planet for the last 10 years, is sure you are familiar with Wikis.
We have Wikipedia, many of you perhaps use wikis at work, and many open source projects uses Wikis for documentation, and community support.
All started with Ward Cunningham and the Portland Pattern Repository, the first wiki ever.
A wiki is a collaborative [...]