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flask-restplus-server-example - Real-life RESTful server example on Flask-RESTplus


This project showcases my vision on how the RESTful API server should be implemented. I had to patch Flask-RESTplus (see flask_restplus_patched folder), so it can handle Marshmallow schemas and Webargs arguments.

Tutorial: ADO.NET Entity Framework (with Source Code)


Tutorial: ADO.NET Entity Framework (with Source Code) Find further explications and a mored detailed step-by-step guide on my Blog: http://jasondeoliveira.com

MyMediaStuff - Catel demo app


MyMediaStuff is a demo application that shows some advanced features of Catel, an open-source MVVM Framework for WPF and Silverlight. For more information about Catel, visit http://catel.codeplex.com.

Model View Presenter (MVP) For Win Forms and ASP.NET Examples


Model-View-Presenter (MVP) is a great pattern for creating re-usable and testable applications whether it is for Windows Forms or for ASP.NET. You don’t need any DLL files at all to turn your project in to MVP project. You just need to follow some basic guidelines and rules.




Tutorial: ADO.NET Data Services (with Source Code)


Tutorial: ADO.NET Data Services (with Source Code) Find more explications and a more detailed step-by-step guide on my Blog: http://jasondeoliveira.com

calculator - Simple calculator built with React


Created with create-react-app. See the full create-react-app guide.

product-compare-react - React Example - Product Compare Page


Thank you for considering contributing! Please use GitHub issues and Pull Requests for Contributing.The MIT License (MIT). Please see License File for more information.

cci-demo-rails - Example Ruby/Rails application running on CircleCI 2.0.


This is an example application showcasing how to run a Ruby on Rails app on CircleCI 2.0.


CppAndroidIosExample - An application example using the same C++ code on both an Android project and an iPhone project


An application example using the same C++ code on both an Android project and an iPhone project. You can clone the repo and run the iPhone project as well as the Android project. Following I'll explain step by step what I did, but first let take a look at this diagram.

iOS-daemon - Daemon examples for iOS devices


Daemon examples for iOS devices. Handles opening apps and simulating home and sleep button presses. See branches for implementations in C and Objective-C.