I’ve replaced a custom event page for the Thistle Society with a list extracted dynamically from a Google Calendar. Following on from the previous article, Loading XML in C# with XML Serialisation, I needed to upload the events into the Google Calendar from my C# application (Event Manager). To do this, first spend hours scouring [...]
The problem – I have a lot of event details for a local club in an XML file and I wanted to load them into a C# application which will import them into a Google Calendar (see my earlier article to understand why). I originally started to write a C# application to maintain the events [...]
I maintain a web site for a Scottish Country Dancing group, Thistle Society Wigan (http://www.thistlesociety.org.uk/). As part of this I need to update the list of forthcoming events for the society and this can be quite time consuming. So I wondered if I could find a way to simplify the way events were maintained – [...]
At last, I’ve finally managed to put together a release of the Kajabity Tools – this version just includes a completely rewritten JavaProperties class allowing a C# application to correctly load and store Java style properties from a “.properties” file. For more details see Kajabity Tools. The Kajabity Tools-0.1.zip file contains: Kajabity Tools DLL – [...]
When I first wrote Year Chart (before I decided to publish it online) the printing seemed so easy – a print dialog, print preview dialog and a page setup dialog. I defaulted the margins to half an inch and had the Year Chart panel draw onto the printer page. Simple! This worked fine in my [...]
Java style properties files are not supported in C# – so here is a class that reads and writes Java “.properties” files.
I am really proud of Kajabity Year Chart because it is the first time I have produced a complete application all on my own and published it. Oh, I know it’s hardly a world shattering innovation – it doesn’t do very much and it’s not particularly “cool” to capture the imagination (and idle fingers) of [...]