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The .NET Uri Class and the Cambia.UriExtensions Nuget Package

Cambia.UriExtensions is a Nuget package provides extension methods to the existing .NET Uri class which make extracting, modifying and building URIs and their parts easier than ever. An overarching goal of this project was to make worrying about delimiter characters a thing of the past. Build and modify your URIs using fluent Drop and Set methods. Continue...

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Intro to Number Bases and the Cambia.BaseN Package

Conversions of numbers between different bases or representations in different bases is often needed or useful in computing. This article will introduce you to alphabets, clear up some common misconceptions and discuss some of the issues one might encounter doing base conversions. We further define a new Cambia95 standard alphabet which we hope may be adopted elsewhere for conversion and encoding solutions. Continue...

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Cambia.BaseN Documentation and Code Samples

Cambia.BaseN is a Nuget package for converting and representing numbers in different bases. This article provides numerous code sample to show you how to use the package. I think you'll see that it's pretty straight forward. Continue...

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How to Integrate a Google Custom Search Popup In a Bootstrap Navbar

Suitable for a Bootstrap noob, this tutorial will walk you through, start to finish, creating a Bootstrap 3 menu bar and integrating Google's free custom website search capability in a modal popup window. It's fast. It's light. And with this tutorial, easy to do. Continue...

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Rule #6 - Adapt and Adopt

In 1965, Dr. Richard Feynman won the Nobel Prize in Physics. He was brash, rebellious and rarely passed up an opportunity to point out hypcrisy and irrationality. An experience from his youth can teach us something about programming standards. Continue...

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