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Introduction to AngularJS

                         In this blog, I would like to give introduction and discuss the features of angularjs. If you’re new to Angular and you really haven’t read much about it you can go to http://angularjs.org to get all the information.Introduction: AngularJS is an open-source web application framework maintained by Google.  It is one core library. You can download it from their site. There are two differ...
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Create a Virtual Wi-Fi Hotspot for Windows 7 & 8

In this blog, I have added information on how to turn your windows 7 or 8 machine into a Wi-Fi Hotspot.There are many times when you may find that you are stuck using a wired connection and want to use it wirelessly.In Windows 8, Microsoft quietly removed a useful networking feature: ad-hoc networks.In Windows7 (and previous OSes), the tool could turn your PC into a Wi-Fi hot spot, allowing it to share its Ethernet or other Internet connection with other devices by broadcasting it...
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Pivoting and Unpivoting Data In SQL Server 2008

In this blog, I would like to explain about PIVOT and UNPIVOT operator in SQL Server. The PIVOT operator allows you to rotate data between columns and rows, performing aggregations along the way. UNPIVOT is the inverse of PIVOT, rotating data from columns to rows.Open Schema:I’ll use open schema as the scenario for pivoting attributes. Open schema is a design problem describing an environment that needs to deal with frequent schema changes. You can choose from several ways to model an open...
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Deploying an Outlook 2010 Add-in Using C#.NET And Visual Studio 2010

How to deploy an Outlook 2010 Add-in Using C#.NET And Visual Studio 2010In the previous blog, we walked through the steps to build an outlook 2010 add-in, how to create a custom task pane, add a custom context menu item and add a ribbon in the Outlook 2010. In this post, I’ll take you through the steps required to create a setup package so that you can distribute the add-in to others.Creating a new Setup Project:Returning to the Add-in project we created in this blog, we’ll now need ...
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Building an Outlook 2010 Add In Using C#.NET With Visual Studio 2010

How to build an outlook 2010 Add In using C#.Net and Visual Studio 2010?In this post, I’ll take you through the steps required to build an outlook 2010 plugin using C#.Net with visual studio 2010. This post includes creating custom task pane, adding a new context menu item with the outlook context menu and adding a ribbon bar that appears on the Home screen.Let’s create the project. Open Visual Studio 2010, go to file menu select new project. In the Installed templates expand to...
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