Hello, world!

You are probably wondering what is this website al about. Well, from time to time I get some awesome ideas how to solve problems in software.
As everyone else, I am getting older and tending to forget stuff :), so I decided to write them down here.

I am trying to categorize or tag all articles , but they are probably stuff that you might run into while you are developing software, so here you go. Free and completely with no charge, hopefully some of these stuff will help you solve the problem or they even might work about of the box for you.

Enjoy

Resize image on the client side with JQuery

Reducing the upload sie by resizing image on the client side
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Image resizing is considered as a server side operation as JavaScript and HTML were not so sophisticated and HTML5 support was not widely adopted for quite some time. even now, some features are not equally supported by all major browsers. Anyhow, HTML5 is here to stay and over time we will get more and more features supported by all browsers. ... read more

SqlBulkCopy with model classes in C#

Use SqlBulkCopy with model (POCO) classes in C#
 
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So far (based on my experience) the fastest way to insert big number of records from application to database is to use SqlBulkCopy. The downsize of this is that SqlBulkCopy uses DataTable instace as an input parameter which is not so convenient when dealing with models which are strongly typed and a lot more easy to use than iterating through the DataTable ... read more

GoogleMaps route jQuery plugin

jQuery plugin for easily adding route map on your website
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To make it easier for your customers to find your store location it is really important to show them where you are, but what can make even better impact is to show them where you are based on their current location and to guide them to you. GoogleMaps are a powerful tool for that, but you have to spend some time (more or less) to find code snippets and understand how to invoke their API, add the proper references, handle exceptions which might occur during the communication between your website and GoogleMaps API etc. ... read more

IP address to octets split in TSQL

Split IP addresse intooctets in SQL Server
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In case you need to handle IP addresses in SQL, they are not much useful as string values. To do anything with them rather then just storing and retrieving (checking the ranges for example) you need to split IP address to segments (octets). The following is modified method I run into online. ... read more

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