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April 18th 2013

Code Coverage

 Without wasting any time, let's look at the issue in hand and imagine that you've found yourself in the following situation:

  • You have a .NET project;
  • You've prepared the NUnit-tests for this project (or you have them written);
  • You were bestowed Visual Studio 2008 Team System (or higher) or Visual Studio 2010 Premium (or higher) and charged with executing a code coverage analysis.
You could start right away, except for one little obstacle: Test Runner, integrated into Visual Studio, can browse only its own MSTests, and your NUnit is ignored as if it didn't exist. So what can you do?
March 21st 2013

Welcome innovative MS SQL Server 2012

On the 1st of April 2012 the final edition of Microsoft SQL Server 2012 was released.
This new edition has a great deal of innovations. And in this post I'd like to make a detailed overview of those innovations that can be of high importance for a DB developer.
March 17th 2013

Enhance PhoneGap with your own plugins

Cross platform development goes forward at a steady gait. This post is about one of the means used for development of cross platform applications - PhoneGap. It is a free open source framework for mobile development.

With PhoneGap you can develop for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, Bada, Symbian, webOS and create HTML applications using JavaScript. This framework has already been downloaded more than 1 million times, and the number of PhoneGap developers amounts to 400,000.

March 13th 2013

Simple recipe for incredible creativity and efficiency with Titanium. Part 2

In the first part of this article "Simple recipe for incredible creativity and efficiency with Titanium. Part 1" I wrote about some peculiar aspects of working with the engine. So if you are going to read this part, it will be really helpful to begin by first checking out part one.

This second part describes the process of creating a simple game in Appcelerator Titanium, with a detailed step-by-step explanation.

March 13th 2013

Simple recipe for incredible creativity and efficiency with Titanium. Part 1

Nowadays cross-platform development seems to be a highly promising trend in programming. Having familiarized myself with different frameworks (Appcelerator Titanium, PhoneGap, moSync) my ultimate preference was for Appcelerator Titanium.

Titanium makes it possible to easily develop Android and iOS applications using JavaScript. The official website claims that currently the number of developers using this platform is already an impressive 300,000. It is worth mentioning that using Titanium, you can not only develop applications, but also create full-fledged games for mobile devices - a market which has enormous potential.

I'd like to draw your attention to a great two-dimensional game engine module for Titanium Mobile - QuickTiGame2d, based on OpenGL ES, which at present supports development for Android and iOS. Within this article we are going to scrutinize the setup process and examine the main features and opportunities this engine presents. Following articles will cover the creation of this little cross-platform game in more depth.



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