- February 1st, 2015
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I’ve seen this happen a few times.
It’s a new year and big changes are afoot.
I’ve got a new home office with more space for electronic projects and more!
I did a little bit of research on Reddit and based on a few recommendations on good stuff to look into on C++ I’m taking Qt for a spin.
Qt is a framework that’s been around for quite awhile and it’s come a long way and has a bunch of neat stuff in it.
If you want to check out Qt head over here to http://qt-project.org/
This hurts my head a bit.
I just compiled and ran a C# console app on OSX Mac laptop on the terminal command line..
Hold onto your seats everybody, Asp.net development is getting crazier. Crazy awesome that is.
For a breakdown on what’s coming check out this blog post
Asp.net vNext is fully open source and is on GitHub
More about ASP vNext here
What is really exciting is that now it is possible to develop vNext Asp.net applications on OSX! Mac Development info here
You can skip to the good stuff on OSX vNext here
One of the very neat projects that I’ve run across is: JS Sequence Diagrams UML diagrams from text. It’s pretty darn slick and worth a checking out.
Lately I’ve been working with ASP MVC using the razor view engine and OpenAccess as the model.
Verdict: Some things are easy and many things are made quicker and there are cranky fiddly bits but I really like working with it.
In VB code you can change the text color ( *.forecolor ) property of a textbox which is a long number. In this case the text box is ‘Approval_Rating’.
Unfortunately you can’t just say Approval_Rating.ForeColor = red but rather you have to use RGB( 255, 0, 0) to generate the correct color. Each parameter for RGB is a number between 0-255. You can look up the RGB value online for a color you want on sites like this or google it.