Which Mobile Platform Should I Support?

By yuez | February 22, 2018 |

Differences between 4 Major Mobile Platforms There are several mobile platforms to choose from, and you may be confused about which is the best for you. Therefore, we create this article to help you better understand the differences between these platforms. If you need more support, please contact us. Our consultants will help you identify … Continue reading “Which Mobile Platform Should I Support?”

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Microsoft Office – Theme Change Event via VSTO Add-In

By teamprinceton | July 22, 2016 |

Microsoft Office doesn’t have a theme change event in their VSTO API, so in order to detect the theme change, we need to monitor the registry key “UI Theme”. The key can be found in the following registry path: For Office 2013: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\\SOFTWARE\\Microsoft\\Office\\15.0\\Common For Office 2016: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\\SOFTWARE\\Microsoft\\Office\\16.0\\Common The value is a REG_DWORD and its range … Continue reading “Microsoft Office – Theme Change Event via VSTO Add-In”

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Hosting a WCF service

By teamprinceton | June 8, 2016 |

[fusion_text]To be able to consume a WCF service, it needs to be hosted. There are multiple options to host a WCF service, and all of them comes with various advantages and disadvantages. Available hosting options are as follows.   Hosting Option Description 1 Self-Hosting Hosting using Console Application, Win Forms, WPF Application etc. 2 Windows … Continue reading “Hosting a WCF service”

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HTML5 web app VS native mobile app VS hybrid mobile app

By teamprinceton | May 20, 2016 |

In this blog we will look into the differences between native, mobile and hybrid mobile applications. We will start by looking into native mobile apps, which are the conventional mobile apps. We will then look into web apps, which are written in HTML and are run using the browser. Then we will look into hybrid … Continue reading “HTML5 web app VS native mobile app VS hybrid mobile app”

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Why Material Design?

By teamprinceton | December 7, 2015 |

I am a designer who started with user interface designs back in 2006. Since then, things have changed a lot. The concept of UI and icons went through a paradigm shift. The fancy 3D styled Icons with a realistic, high detailed touch, born from the rich graphic nature of the realistic style is a passé … Continue reading “Why Material Design?”

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ICONS for Windows10

By teamprinceton | October 21, 2015 |

Using the Segoe UI Symbol font is probably the easiest way to get icons that works with Windows 8.1 without too much fuss. For more information on the available icons available in the font, check out this nice list on the MSDN library. To use them could not be any easier. The following XAML snippet … Continue reading “ICONS for Windows10”

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Front-end Configuration of an existing AngularJS App in Liferay portlet

By dwaprince | |

The primary tasks are – creation of view.jsp and configuration ofliferayportletaccordingly. • An example Angular application written in index.html Name : Hello {{name}}   • To convert this – create view.jsp as below <%@ tagliburi=”http://java.sun.com/portlet_2_0″ prefix=”portlet”%> Name : Hello {{name}} • Include js and cssfiles in WEB-INF/liferay-portlet.xml app-portlet /css/style.css /js/angular.min.js • Configure the app for … Continue reading “Front-end Configuration of an existing AngularJS App in Liferay portlet”

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Some tips while installing TortoiseCVS on Windows 8/8.1

By teamprinceton | |

TortoiseCVS is a great CVS tool if you are working in a Windows environment. “Unlike most CVS tools, it includes itself in Windows’ shell by adding entries in the contextual menu of the file explorer, therefore it does not run in its own window. Moreover, it adds icons onto files and directories controlled by CVS, … Continue reading “Some tips while installing TortoiseCVS on Windows 8/8.1”

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