Tags down


Windows Help files - what are the options?

By : user43458
Date : July 26 2020, 06:00 PM
I wish this helpful for you HTML would be the next best choice, ONLY IF you would serve them from a public web server. If you tried to bundle it with your app, all the files (and images (and stylesheets (and ...) ) ) would make CHM look like a gift from gods.
That said, when actually bundled in the installation package, (instead of being served over the network), I found the CHM files to work nicely.
code :

Share : facebook icon twitter icon

How to use MongoDB or other document database to keep video files, with options of adding to existing binary files and p

By : Ugur Cetin
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help I've used mongo gridfs for storing media files for a messaging system we built using Mongo so I can share what we ran into.
So before I get into this for your use case scenario I would recommend not using GridFS and actually using something like Amazon S3 (with excellent rest apis for multipart uploads) and store the metadata in Mongo. This is the approach we settled on in our project after first implementing with GridFS. It's not that GridFS isn't great it's just not that well suited for chunking/appending and rewriting small portions of files. For more info here's a quick rundown on what GridFS is good for and not good for:

Are there any options for Windows 7 owners to develop Windows Phone 8 apps?

By : Shijuprasad
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you First, trying to install the WP8 SDK (which uses Visual Studio 2012) on Windows 7 isn't possible. Also, Windows Phone 8 devices can't be deployed to by Visual Studio 2010 (part of the WP7 SDK). But there are a couple of other options...
Windows 8 via VMWare

Windows Azure Storage Options For Storing Large Media Files

By : rob houston
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps Do take a look at Block Blobs as a storage option for storing your files. Azure Drive is simply out of question because it is only accessible from inside a role and only one role instance will have write permission on a drive. All other instances would be able to read from that drive. While Page Blobs are meant for random read/write but I don't think (and I may be wrong here) that you would need random read/write access. I guess what you're looking for is a way for the user to update media files and read from media files.
For that, block blobs are your best bet. Each blob is a separate entity so what you could do is create a blob container for each user of your system and have your application save their media files in that container.

Windows Default Context Menu on Borderless Windows Form replace not working Options with custom ones

By : John Nico
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue I created an Borderless Windows Form and added the functionalities of the default System Header: , SOLUTION 1
with WndPrc Overwrite
code :
Private Sub Header_MouseDown(sender As Object, ByVal e As MouseEventArgs)
    If e.Button = MouseButtons.Right Then
      Dim p As IntPtr = ((MousePosition.Y * WindowStyles.WS_MAXIMIZEBOX) + (MousePosition.X And &HFFFF))
      Dim test As IntPtr = SendMessage(Me.Handle, WindowMessages.WM_POPUPSYSMENU, 0, p)
    End If
  End Sub

Protected Overrides Sub WndProc(ByRef m As Message)
    If (m.Msg = WindowMessages.WM_SYSCOMMAND)
        'Do SOmething with m.wParam
    End If
  End Sub
Private Sub Header_MouseDown(sender As Object, ByVal e As MouseEventArgs)
    If e.Button = MouseButtons.Right Then'Alternate Solution

    Dim sysMenu As IntPtr = GetSystemMenu(Me.Handle, False)
    Dim cmd As IntPtr = TrackPopupMenu(
               TrackPopupMenuOptions.TOPALIGN Or
               TrackPopupMenuOptions.NOANIMATION Or
               TrackPopupMenuOptions.RETURNCMD Or
               TrackPopupMenuOptions.LEFTALIGN Or
    'Do Something with cmd
    End If
End Sub

Command-line options for HH and opening CHM Windows Help Files

By : Muhammad Shakir
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need If you can script in AutoHotkey ,I just found a solution. The idea will be to use VIM to pass reqd. command line-parameters to a compiled Ahk script which will in turn open the help file a/c the data.
In this solution, it will be also assumed that all the keywords that you are to search lie in the Index list (as they do).
Privacy Policy - Terms - Contact Us © voile276.org