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Displaying Postscript text and Vector images on PDF in C#.net using Imageglue

Postscript is a language used for creating vector Images,Vector images are made up of many scalable objects  and they are  defined  by mathematical equations rather than the pixels ,so they always renders higher quality images.The Advantages of Vector Images over Bitmap images1.Vector images are resolution independent, how much ever we resize the image the quality remains the same. 2.Vector Images images does not contains rectangular background as the bitmap images. &nbs...
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How to implement and use Extension Methods in C#

Do you wish to extend the built-in types with new methods?Want to extend custom types with new methods?In C#, we can use the Extension Methods to extend both built-in types and custom types. These extension methods are introduced in C# 3.0What are Extension Methods?Extension methods are special kind of static methods in a static class which enables us to add new methods to built-in types and custom types without creating new derived type.How to implement Extension Methods: Create a static method...
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Building Xamarin.Android application in C#

OverviewIn this article we’ll look at how to create, deploy, and run a Xamarin.Android application. We’ll create a hello world application, showing how to build the user interface both in code and by using Android XML.Creating a Xamarin.Android ApplicationLet’s begin by creating a new Xamarin.Android solution. Xamarin.Android includes several templates for creating projects, including: Android Library Project – A reusable .NET library project for Android. Android Applicat...
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Deploying an Outlook 2010 Add-in Using C#.NET And Visual Studio 2010

How to deploy an Outlook 2010 Add-in Using C#.NET And Visual Studio 2010In the previous blog, we walked through the steps to build an outlook 2010 add-in, how to create a custom task pane, add a custom context menu item and add a ribbon in the Outlook 2010. In this post, I’ll take you through the steps required to create a setup package so that you can distribute the add-in to others.Creating a new Setup Project:Returning to the Add-in project we created in this blog, we’ll now need ...
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Building an Outlook 2010 Add In Using C#.NET With Visual Studio 2010

How to build an outlook 2010 Add In using C#.Net and Visual Studio 2010?In this post, I’ll take you through the steps required to build an outlook 2010 plugin using C#.Net with visual studio 2010. This post includes creating custom task pane, adding a new context menu item with the outlook context menu and adding a ribbon bar that appears on the Home screen.Let’s create the project. Open Visual Studio 2010, go to file menu select new project. In the Installed templates expand to...
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