January 23rd, 2007, 17:08 PM
C++, C# and VB.net template library resources.
Hello guys, I wanted to know if any one knows of a web site where I can view source code templates (for download or copy and paste). For example TCP/IP protocols, so I can make an application use network resources or even data base structuring. I have been saving my basic templates a saving them but I would like to build a extensive archive of bare bone source code so I donít have too reinvent the wheel every time I try to write an application. Also feel free to share any links with other programming related material. Here are a few web sites I have found so far:
www.3dbuzz.com (great video tutorials in programming and graphics)
I just want to see if there are any other great web site out there that may have some function templates.
January 25th, 2007, 03:53 AM
check out projectcode.com and experts-exchange.com, they have good tutorials for .Net programming etc...
Also, check out Microsoft's patterns and MSDN... they have pre-built libraries and controls that get added to VS 2005
How is your course going, any good projects? we'd love to see some examples
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January 25th, 2007, 16:33 PM
Projectcode.com has a lot of the templates Iím looking for. I do have a few lame programs right now. I have on program that encrypts text using ASCII algorithms, and I have a hang man console application. I will start into GUI design and all the nice looking stuff next term. Right now Iím Software life cycle development and a few electives. I decided to take and easy term this round (the first one since I started a year ago). Ill is more than happy to show you the code I have done on these two. The rest of the other programs are nothing more than basic menus option and the famous ďHello worldĒ. Man I sick of writing a hello world code lol. I canít wait too next term when I start to use GUI and graphics. I have been also working on a few game design ideaís and writing them in GDD (Game Development Document ) format so I have it ready toward the end of school. But I would rate myself as a beginner still there has been a lot more to programming than I knew about. It will all come in time ďI hopeĒ lol
January 30th, 2007, 23:24 PM
March 27th, 2007, 19:53 PM
May 25th, 2007, 16:15 PM
Hello every one,
I just found some new library information for any one who is interested in game or GUI design. I found that Allego support most of the C programming languages, it is not only useful in game design but it also has a full-feature multimedia library use in graphical programming. There is one thing you have to be aware of when setting up allegro to your compliment software. There are a fell .DLL files than need to be copied to the system32 file on your windows platform in order for it to work. Here is an example of how I had to set it up on Visual studios 2005:
After downloading allegro you will see these three files bin, lib, and include.
1 Copy these three files to ..\Microsoft Visual Studio\VC
2 In the Bin fold you will see a few .DLL files, copy these files to your system 32 file.
That should take care of the setup.
You can download Allegro from this site http://alleg.sourceforge.net/wip.html
June 26th, 2007, 03:08 AM
Yeah, you'll start to find there are many libraries available that make certain programming aspects a lot easier.
Currently using xerces for ZIP functionality, and QT for their widgets on graphs and dials/sliders etc... looking at an encryption plug-in atm
Keep this good info coming!
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