C# project with sample code of working plug-in. Unzip it and compile using Visual Studio 2010. It also compiles under C# Express Edition of Visual Studio 2010
a sample code that uses ROW_NUMBER() to add row numbers to the group.
ROW_NUMBER() OVER (order by SalesOrderDetailID) as rownum1
,ROW_NUMBER() OVER (PARTITION by SalesOrderID ORDER BY SalesOrderDetailID) as rownum2
,sum(UnitPrice) OVER (PARTITION by SalesOrderID ) as TotalOrderPrice
from sales.SalesOrderDetail as t
order by SalesOrderDetailID
This looks very interesting. How will indoor maps work? I’ve often wished for something like this for a large shopping mall or a large office campus.
Without researching further, I’m going to guess that Wifi or bluetooth will be used somehow to help with the location.
Google Maps Floor Plans.
I’ve started using the mapmyrun+ app on my Android phone.
I love this app.
Here is a link to my profile.
jeffld mapmyrun profile
I successfully installed Android Studio.
One thing that I had failed to do in the past was to get the USB connection working between my HTC Desire HD and my development notebook. It turns out that I needed to download the HTC Sync program. The required drivers are part of that installation.
I then tried building a very basic HelloWorld program to see if Android Studio would be able to launch the application directly to the phone.
I was pleasantly surprised when it worked.
Here is a screenshot using Android Studio using the Android DDMS features
I had the opportunity to attend one of the Google I/O 2013 Extended Events. There were some t-shirts and stickers to be had. Also snacks were available on tab at Starbucks in Schaumburg.
Here are some of the items that attracted my attention.
Some of the functions that I found most interesting were the Geofencing, Authentication, Synchronization and messaging.
This is called Early Access Preview because it is not to version 1 yet. I’m still going to download it and check it out. This IDE is based off of the Intelij IDE. The new IDE has live rendering of the app on the right side which I found interesting. I like to see my app like this in real time.
I think this is an extremely nice feature. This will encourage less experienced developers to ease into the market. I know for me, I like being able to release an Alpha version so that my users can test and offer suggestions for either bug fixes or feature requests. The Alpha users tend to be more sympathetic with regards to dealing with an unpolished app and have a spirit of co-operation instead of just criticizing a new app and giving it one star as a rating.
I have been wanting something like this for a while. An app that shows me what it going on around me. I’m interested to see how this will help me manage travel experience.
I’m very excited to see how I can use this.
This too.. search education