Time for a new beginning, new days and a new year. I hope this is going to be very very special year for all of us. New year brings new ideas, new hopes and of course courage to overcome all the new challenges. I wish you and your family a very happy and prosperous new year 2014. May you get more and more successes in the year 2014 and achieve all your goal that you have set for. May this new year bring many new opportunities in your way and you can take best of it.
Today (27th December), Daily.NET Tips marks its third anniversary!! 27th Dec, 2010, I officially announced the launch of this web site with an objective of creating a knowledge base of different .NET Tips and Tricks that can help developer to improve the productivity in their day to day development.
Wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year in advance. May this good times become the golden memories of tomorrow for all of you and marks the beginning of a wonderful year with abundant happiness in your life . Have a joyous Christmas!
In this post I am going to talk about how to capture the Infrared stream from the Kinect sensor and control the IR emitter using Kinect for Window SDK. This feature is available with the Kinect for Windows SDK v1.6. The major components for a Kinect device consists of a depth sensor, color camera, IR Emitter, and a set of microphones with everything secured inside box. The box is attached to a small motor working as the base that enables the device to be tilted.
Wish you and your family a very happy and prosperous new year 2013. May this new year bring many new opportunities your way to explore every joy of life. I Hope this new year fills your life with happiness and perfect health always, much more success and happiness. Be Safe ! Stay Safe
As we wind up with year 2012, I would like to express my sincere thanks to all the visitors, readers, followers of my blog for their encouragement, feedbacks and support.
I am very happy and pleased to announce the availability of my book “Kinect for Windows SDK Programming Guide”. The purpose of this book is to explain how to develop applications using the Kinect for Windows SDK. If you are a beginner and looking to start developing applications using the Kinect for Windows SDK, and if you want to build motion-sensing , speech-recognizing applications with Kinect, this book is for you. This book uses C# and WPF in the examples, so you need to know the basics of C# and WPF. If you are a student with basic C# programming knowledge and having basic understanding of WPF and interested to learn about Kinect SDK, you can also read this book.
- Building application using Kinect for Windows SDK.
- Covers the Kinect for Windows SDK v1.6
- A practical step-by-step tutorial to make learning easy for a beginner.
- A detailed discussion of all the APIs involved and the explanations of their usage in detail
- Procedures for developing motion-sensing applications and also methods used to enable speech recognition
Here’s wishing you all the joys of the season. Wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year in advance. May this good times become the golden memories of tomorrow for all of you and bring abundant happiness in your life.
It’s been few months I kept my self absent from the blogging due to some other priorities. I have couple of good news to share; will share with all of you very soon. I would like to express my sincere thanks to all the visitors, readers, followers of my blog for their encouragement, feedbacks and continuous support. Please keep visiting and share your feedback.
I am very happy to inform that, Daily .NET Tips marks the first anniversary today. 27th Dec 2010, I announced the official launch of this web site ( .NET Tip a Day, Keeps painkillers away! – Live at http://dailydotnettips.com – 27th Dec 2010 ). A year back I started with this site with intention of sharing most useful and handy tip and tricks on .NET that can improve productivity of work while coding and can give solutions of much required problems. This site is completely design for sharing Tips and Tricks, New Features, useful Code Snippet which you can use in daily development work and targeted anything related with .NET.
Here’s wishing you all the joys of the season. Wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year in year in advance. May this good times become the golden memories of tomorrow for all of you. Wish you lots of love, joy and happiness.
Daily .NET Tips is aiming to sharing useful coding tips and tricks for .NET Developers. This site completely design for sharing Tips and Tricks, useful Code Snippet which anyone use in daily development work and targeted anything related with .NET. Today we have completed 200 Tips and Tricks with different areas. We Mainly focused on the practical oriented problem.
Major Tips categories :
Apart from that we have many tips on Silverlight, WP7 , C#, IIS , IIS Express etc..
In one of my previous post I have talked about How to get list of all active HttpModules in ASP.NET? Where I have explained how we can get list of all active modules of an ASP.NET Application at runtime. In this post, I am going discussed about, how you can get details of a particular module details from list of modules.
Daily .NET Tips is aiming to sharing useful coding tips and tricks for .NET Developers. This site completely design for sharing Tips and Tricks, useful Code Snippet which anyone use in daily development work and targeted anything related with .NET. Here I am sharing few frequently required tips which are already published over there.
- How to count number of active session for State Server Session Mode ?
- How to use Runtime Objects in Watch Window during debugging in Visual Studio ?
- How to calculate Session data size for SQL Server session mode?
- Know when your application pools recycling in IIS 7.5 – Log an entry in Event Viewer while recycling
- Workaround For Non Serializable Types
- How EnableViewStateMAC Makes ViewState Secure ?
- Different approaches to Casting
- How to Display “Yes” or “No” Instead of Checkbox while binding Boolean value with GridView ?
- Changing Variables Display Format in Watch Window
- Getting Added And Deleted Items In A List Using LINQ
- How to setup multiple startup projects in Visual Studio ?
- Displaying Custom Messages / Images with NULL Value in ASP.NET GridView
- ASP.NET Validation Control with Images Notification
- How to expand specific Tree View Node programmatically in ASP.NET ?
- Display custom messages or images when there is no records in GridView Data Source
While we are talking about state management we consider Session is one of most useful server side state management mechanism for a web application. In ASP.NET mainly we are having two type of state management 1. In Process and 2. Out Process . “In process” is the by default session storage mode for ASP.NET Web application and this is taken care by worker process in IIS. When it comes under Out Process we can use either of state server or SQL Server to persist session data. In case of In Process, session data stored in In memory of worker process. But when we are talking about “OutProc” session mode, we need to ensure that session data should be “Serialized” first . So, when we are moving session data from Web Server to Out Process Server ( State Server or SQL Server ) it can be a performance overhead based on the size of data that we are storing in Session.
ASP.NET 4.0 comes with a new option for compressing the Session data with Out Process Session mode. To enabling this functionality we need to add “compressionEnabled=”true” attribute with the SessionMode in web.config .
Session is one of most important state management in ASP.NET. We can enable or disabled session state either in web.config or using @Page directive’s EnableSessionState attributes. But there was no provision to change the session state at runtime till date in ASP.NET. But using ASP.NET 4.0, we can change the session state programmatically . The .NET 4.0 framework adds a new method SetSessionStateBehavior to the HttpContext class for ASP.NET. This method required SessionStatebehavior value to set the current session mode. To call SetSessionStateBehavior simply create a new HttpModule by Implementing IHttModule and hook the BeginRequest event. Most important you can only use the SetSessionStateBehavior until the AcquireRequestState event is fired, because AcquireRequestState Occurs when ASP.NET acquires the current state that is associated with the current request
- Default: This is default setting which means everything works as before
- Disabled: Turned of Session Sate for Current Request.
- ReadOnly: Read only access to Session State;
- Required: Enabled session state for both Read and Write Access;