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...er of machine learning and Xamarin, you're able to make your apps smarter and more personal just like I showed before. All of this led up to a presentation that was given at dotNedSaturday, organised ...

...ind, this is what we'll be creating: As you can see, it's a pretty simple example but it just shows you the first steps on how to create an App Widget. Let's see how you can do that yourself...

...ll of this led up to a presentation that was given at Microsoft TechDays in the Netherlands. Here, I'll show how InfoSupport works together with the Dutch Railways how we Turn specifications into high...

...rin.Forms solution, let's continue with the next step. View Since we don't need antyhing fancy to show in the UI, we'll just just this simple XAML. <Button Command="" Text=&quot...

...ns in Gherkin, we can go on to the next step: The automation of these specifications. This article will show you how to automate your acceptence process using those specifications, speeding up your ac...

...esting pyramid from Mike Cohn, will also know there are more tests than unit tests. This article will show you the first step into Acceptance test-driven development (ATDD) to test the UI-layer of t...

A couple of weeks ago, my colleague Mittchel and myself gave a presentation at InfoSupport about Xamarin Evolve 2016. During the last week of April 2016, Xamarin organised their "Evolve" con

... able to make the needed changes ourselves. .NET: Native Everywhere and Open Source Miguel went on to show some of the new stuff that got released. I'll go over them briefly: Xamarin Studio (6 ...

WWDC 2015 took place already a couple of weeks ago, and during the keynote a couple of slides were dedicated to HomeKit. It was already announced during WWDC 2014, so I was wondering where it would be

A couple of weeks ago, my colleagues Youp, Mark and myself gave a presentation at

Last week, my colleague Marcel de Vries and myself gave a presentation at InfoSupport about Xamarin.Forms. It has been released a short period of time now, and Marcel and myself wanted to check it out

...ke it pretty easy for us to achieve this effect. Let's get started! Endresult Here's a small video to show you what you'll be creating in this tutorial. You probably can't deny that it's pre...

... to learn and use, in order to create an awesome AR application. In this tutorial, I'll be showing you how to create a simple augmented reality world using Vuforia. The reason I choose th...

...new image style. Click the manage display link under the 'Operations' and next to edit & manage (as shown in the image). In manage display, you could use the desired image style as per your need. ...

15. CSS animated profile cards
(Programming/CSS)
... transform: scale(0.8); } #explode .pic { transition: all 0.7s; } /* On hover, fade in and show original size */ #explode li:hover .info { opacity:1; transform: scale(1); } /...

...le web is very extensive, which made his talk somewhat hard to follow. He used a nifty little camera to show what he was talking about on his phone. His talk was actually about a blog post combination...

...can see, the HTML looks way more clear and the CSS hasn't changed that much. This is another example to show how great pseudo elements really are. Conclusion & Download Overall, I think it's a...

18. Looking back at 2011
(Useful/Features)
Welcome to 2012 everybody! I hope you had a great Christmas time and enjoyed New Year's eve. Just like last year, I wanted to look back at my own blog to see what took place. Sadly, I wasn't able to

19. Build native-looking apps for iOS
(Programming/Webdesign)
...p image You can even add a startup image (also known as a splash screen) to your HTML application, to show to the user while the application loads. This is the one that I'm using in my template: ...

20. Working with Websockets
(Programming/Webdesign)
...ice. Take note, this following C# code example is not complete; I just trimmed it down to the bone to show you what kind of stuff you need on the server to support Websockets. // List which cont...

...ser with visual information is great, and can make things more clear. The author used a lot of them, to show the reader what he meant. Chapter three, but especially four take a deep dive into some...

...). background-image: url(), gradient() - Multiple backgrounds are applied to the search field, to show the magnifier and the gradient background. keyframes - A nifty animation has been app...

Since Firefox 4 was relesed, loads of new (CSS) features were released into the wild. Ofcourse, this is a great thing, since Firefox has a rock solid place as 2nd most popular web browser. More people

Do you remember the Advanced jQuery background image slideshow I posted last year? Because of that tutorial, reader Evens sent me an e-mail, asking how the effect on the website from Climate Crisis co

... other. This looks a lot like an animation most of you will know; a rotating billboard. When you only show two images, it would be pretty simple since the CSS would look a lot like the CSS from my p...

...ne, Chris Spooner wrote a very cool article called Super Cool CSS Flip Effect with Webkit Animation. It showed me some great other 3d techniques that can be achieved using pure CSS3. Those two artic...

27. Looking back at 2010
(Useful/Features)
...cles from 2010 on Marcofolio - purely based on hits. 1. Advanced jQuery background image slideshow 2. Wicked CSS3 3d bar chart 3. 3d animation using pure CSS3 4...

Time for yet another jQuery quickie! These relatively simple jQuery tutorials will show you a simple, yet beautiful effect making use of jQuery. This way, you can learn and create something very cool

29. jPong - 3d pong created with jQuery
(Programming/Webdesign)
...rned my friend and ex-classmate Sidney te Grotenhuis some (basic) jQuery. Last week, he contacted me to show off his latest creation: jPong. I was blown away. By combining jQuery with a collision de...

... $("p span").hide(); $("p").hover(function() { $("span", this).show(); }); So here we "hide" the information stored in the tooltip...

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