Monthly archives: August, 2013

Test a new font on your website without changing anything

Have you ever wondered what your website would look like with a different font? With TypeWonder it’s as easy as 1-2-3 to find out. Here’s how you do it. Go to TypeWonder.com, enter your website’s URL in the middle of the page and click Go. Select font in the list available and click on Use




Configure Eclipse to use Team Foundation Service with Git

This is the second post in how to setup TFS and Eclipse to use git. Before you continue here make sure you’ve setup TFS properly as described here. I also assume here that you’ve already installed egit as a plugin in Eclipse. Create a new local project in Eclipse (File / New / Local PHP




Prepare a git repository in Team Foundation Service for use in Eclipse

This is the first post in a serie of two on how to use a git repository in Team Foundation Service when working in Eclipse. The second article is Configure Eclipse to use Team Foundation Service with Git. Please note: You don’t need git-tf to make this work because that is used if your project




How to prevent duplicate application instances

Sometimes it’s important to make sure your program isn’t running more than one instance at the time. In C# this is an easy task using the provided .NET libraries. In this short illustrative example the program counts the number of processes with the same assembly name as this current assembly. If any are found, the




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