I have introduced some candidates for OCR in the previous posts such as C# – OCR library candidates and C# – An example of OCR web service. Last year Microsoft published his new project for machine learning. The project is called Project Oxford. This project provides us the APIs for computer vision, face, emotion, video,… Continue reading Project Oxford – Computer Vision API – OCR
In previous part C#,iTextSharp – PDF file – Insert/extract image,text,font, text highlighting and auto fillin, I listed some code listings for typical features of iTextSharp in editing PDF files. That post just gets growing up and too long, therefore I would like to continue the work in this second one.
In previous posts, we’ve got familiar with ASP.NET Web API and ASP.NET Identity. We can use ASP.NET Identity with multiple types of clients such as the desktop app, web app or mobile app for registering and authenticating users. The user will open an account with his email and password and then authenticate himself with services… Continue reading ASP.NET Web API – Identity and forgot password
I’m using a shared hosting service provided by Bluehost and have many websites on this account. Last month, November, my brother wrote me that he received a lot of traffic to his website although he didn’t update anything. He worried that maybe a web shell backdoor was injected into his website because he used some… Continue reading How I use MiniALA to find web shell backdoor on my host?
In previous posts for ASP.NET Web API, we’ve discussed how to get and post data to our REST web service. The service will be hosted then directly in IIS. Today I would like to make a small demo of ASP.NET Web API for streaming video in a self-host application. The self-host will be implemented by… Continue reading ASP.NET Web Api – Video (mp4/mjpeg/html) streaming inside self-host app with Owin/Katana
Years ago I wrote a post for using Bing Map in Windows Phone Windows Phone – Embedded fonts and Bing maps. Following a new trend with Universal App, this post shows how we can host a Bing Map control in Universal App and execute some actions such as show location, pins and search POIs nearby.
Action Center is a new feature of Windows 10. It’s a collapsible panel on the right of the monitor where the software can notify his user about his status. It works exactly same as the notification of apps in smartphone. User can click on the notification to go directly to the apps. In this blog… Continue reading Universal app – Windows 10 Action Center Toast Notification
AForge.NET is a C# framework designed for developers and researchers in the fields of Computer Vision and Artificial Intelligence – image processing, neural networks, genetic algorithms, machine learning, robotics. Years ago I wrote a small post using AForge.net for detecting motion and calculating average color AForge.Net – Examples for average color and motion detection. In… Continue reading AForge.Net – Similar images
In previous post Entity Framework Code First Basic FAQ – Part 1, I discuss some frequently asked questions when I start working with Entity Framework Code First. This post will follow the spirit of the previous one, some interesting points of Entity Framework will be demonstrated in short code listings. In source code sample, you’ll… Continue reading Entity Framework Code First Basic FAQ – Part 2
Since I know the Internet, I’ve created a lot of email accounts. I think I had already about 100 emails (include alias). Managing all of these emails is a nightmare so I have to get rid of most of them but I still have about 10 emails in use. Checking 10 email accounts over the… Continue reading TBASBackup – Thunderbird account settings backup and restore