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  Custom C++ exception class creation


In standard C++, we can use try catch to catch and exception when something goes wrong. These are some built in exception support in C++. By including the #include , we can now catch exceptions in C++ programs. This actually helps us on debugging our code and reduce the maintenance work.However sometimes if we want to create our own custom exception class. What should we do?We should include the #include line and then extend the exception class and implement some methods as you like. The genera...

   C++,std,exception,custom exception,implementation     2012-03-04 09:58:18


  Top 5 Hot WordPress Social Media Plugins


Social media has become a great need for businesses as well as personal brands in order to carve a vital presence over web. It has become necessary for everyone to have an energetic presence in social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, and Youtube etc. Having a great virtual persona, you can be in constant touch with your followers. If you are using a platform like a WordPress then there is a great pool of social media plugins. Some of its plugins are free to download and others are paid...

   Custom WordPress Development     2015-07-10 00:21:57


  jQuery 2.0 gives up IE 6/7/8


jQuery 2.0 is released after 10 months development. jQuery 2.0 is customized for modern web browsers and also considers about mobile devices. But one big change is that jQuery 2.0 will not be  compatible with old versions of IE and its size is 10% less than the version 1.9.1. The execution efficiency is higher as well. jQuery 1.9.x will still be maintained by jQuery team, they will also provide update for it. Those websites which want to be compatible with all browsers should not upgrade to...

   jQuery 2.0,IE support     2013-04-20 07:58:16


  Why Python is important for you


I believe that Python is important for software development. While there are more powerful languages (e.g. Lisp), faster languages (e.g. C), more used languages (e.g. Java), and weirder languages (e.g. Haskell), Python gets a lot of different things right, and right in a combination that no other language I know of has done so far. It recognises that you’ll spend a lot more time reading code than writing it, and focuses on guiding developers to write readable code. It’s possible to write obf...

   Python,Importance,Paradigm     2012-02-12 04:49:09


  ASP.NET 4 Breaking Changes #1: requestValidationMode cause ValidateRequest=False to fail


The request validation feature in ASP.NET provides a certain level of default protection against cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks. In previous versions of ASP.NET, request validation was enabled by default. However, it applied only to ASP.NET pages (.aspx files and their class files) and only when those pages were executing.In ASP.NET 4, by default, request validation is enabled for all requests, because it is enabled before the BeginRequest phase of an HTTP request. As a result, request valid...

   ASP.NET,Html content,Error,ValidateRequest,requestValidationMode     2011-11-07 13:50:29


  Using Data Loader Services in Microsoft Dynamics CRM


Customer usually feels pain of migrating large volume of data to other system that may result into loss of sensitive data as well. Developers have to write custom code as well to make data compatible with other systems. To reduce this pain, Microsoft has developed data loader services in cloud for CRM online. The benefit of this service is flexible data moving between flat files and it also reduces overall implementation costs too. What are the major benefits? Data importing has become much ...

   MICROSOFT CRM DEVELOPMENT,MICROSOFT DYNAMICS CRM,CRM     2015-10-19 01:45:36


  Scala, Patterns and The Perl Effect


He tried to understand that one concept for a couple of months before it made sense to him. Admittedly, partial functions are not intuitive for anyone who has been schooled in traditional programming, but still, looking at the problem he was trying to solve it seemed like James was required to expend too much effort relative to the simplicity of the problem (as he pointed out, now that he understands the concept it seems straightforward). He showed me the code, and it was basically a situa...

   Scala,Perl,Pattern,Partial function,Template     2011-12-21 09:25:41


  Code to Create Custom Share Buttons


Interested in sharing your B2B content on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or delicious? Do multi-option social media sharing tools such as ShareThis seem like overkill?That was our conclusion after researching the social media sites on which readers are most likely to share content from our blog focused on solutions to a wide range of business challenges, What Works for Business. We decided that Facebook, LinkedIn, delicious, and Twitter were the sites on which our target busines...

   Share button,Web content,Facebook,Custom     2011-08-24 10:40:29


  PHP's Output Buffering


While profiling our application I came across a a rather strange memory usage by the ob_start() function. We do use ob_start() quite a bit to defer output of data, which is a common thing in many applications. What was unusual is that 16 calls to ob_start() up chewing through almost 700kb of memory, given that the data being buffered rarely exceeds 1-2kb, this was quite unusual. I started looking at the C code of the ob_start() function and found this interesting bit of code inside php_sta...

   PHP,Memory,ob_start(),source,40kB     2011-12-08 10:20:32


  Python object creation sequence


[The Python version described in this article is 3.x] This article aims to explore the process of creating new objects in Python. As I explained in a previous article, object creation is just a special case of calling a callable. Consider this Python code: class Joe: pass j = Joe() What happens when j = Joe() is executed? Python sees it as a call to the callable Joe, and routes it to the internal function PyObject_Call, with Joe passed as the first argument. PyObject_Call looks at the ty...

   Python,Object creation     2012-04-16 15:03:55