Task Manager shows you the programs, processes, and services that are currently running on your computer. You can use Task Manager to monitor your computer’s performance or to close a program that is not responding.
This series of articles is a step-by-step guide to reading files stored in your program's resources. Along the way I will present some non-MFC classes to assist you in reading text, binary, zip, and even encrypted files that have been compiled into your program as resources.
How to setup Darwin Streaming Server 6.0.3 on 32 or 64 bit Linux platforms, add custom functionality by developing plugins ("modules" as Apple calls them), and results of some performance and load tests I ran
In this article, we will demonstrate how to compute full SVD of a given matrix A and discuss about the code in C++11 implementing the full SVD computation by using simple iteration and Jordan-Gaussian methods.
This article shows a set of templates created around the Microsoft Cabinet library. With these templates, you can extract cabinet files and cabinets stored in the resource section of a module. It can be easily extended to allow extraction through other means.
This article describes how to use a Teensy 3.1 board from PJRC.com to simulate keyboard, mouse and touch screen USB HID devices at the same time. This allows to remote-control a computer through one USB cable.
An introduction to web assembly using the C/C++ language, part 1. In this part, I introduce web assembly, walk you through setting up the development tools, and go through a couple of introductory programs.
This article is a practical guide on using Intel® Threading Building Blocks (TBB) and OpenMP libraries for C++ based on the example of delivering parallel scalable code that implements Burrows-Wheeler Transformation (BWT) algorithm.
Historically, ETW has been portrayed as having a very steep learning curve, along the lines of the effort required to summit Everest. Realizing its potential value, I set about to reduce the effort to that required to summit Pike's Peak.
This is the second part of a multipart article on unifying web and window form application development. This part demonstrates synchronous and asynchronous event handling of GUI control events, abstracting the implementation of web/window forms to be technology independant.
.NET SIMD programs using the Vector types show performance comparable to Intel ISPC and open source C++ SIMD libraries while satisfying the same goal of SIMD developer productivity in a high-level language.
Being able to switch between 32-bit and 64-bit modes in Windows is a useful skill. Learn about the heaven’s gate technique and the tools and methods needed for hooking 64-bit processes from the 32-bit WOW64 mode.
Introduction to amplification and mesh shaders, the new programmable stages available in modern GPUs, and how to use them to implement view frustum culling and object LOD selection on the GPU using the Diligent Engine API
This article presents a commercial-grade cross-platform Harel UML StateChart Open-Source application framework named StateWizard for concurrent, distributed, and real-time reactive system development with simplicity, efficiency, and scalability.
There's no standard way to save complex COM+ application configuration in a form that can be placed under version control. This article presents 2 scripts that take advantage of the COM+ Catalog accessibility via script to provide functionality that should really come as standard.
A DevStudio add-in described provides two interesting IDE integration features: adding a new tab to VC WorkspaceView window and running an arbitrary process under IDE with output sent to "Build" tab of VC Output window.
This article describes how to design, build and install .Net Application into the COM+ Catalog without using the ServicedComponent class in your application. The solution shows retrieving the assembly and class attributes (included custom) from the assembly file and their storing into the COM+ Catal
During the past few months, I have been heavily experimenting with the Intel RealSense D415 & D435 depth camera. Today, I am going to show you how to easily transform between different coordinate systems. RealSense D415/435 is a low-cost device....
The audience of this article's readers will find out how to perform association rules learning (ARL) by using FPGrowth algorithm, that serves as an alternative to the famous Apriori and ECLAT algorithms.
SystemFramework defines interfaces, classes, and types to support a native runtime system with its own garbage collector, delegates, etc. The design of SystemFramework classes is similar to those of the .NET Framework.
C++ is a vast language. Now the language is even more beautiful and exciting and evolving. With Microsoft and Apple backing it up it has a lot of potential. In these series we will talk about C++ in general, different features and some internals of C++. I will be using the llvm/Clang compiler tool c
This smart fire alarm application is part of a series of how-to Internet of Things (IoT) code sample exercises using the Intel® IoT Developer Kit, Intel® Edison board, Intel® IoT Gateway, cloud platforms, APIs, and other technologies.
Visual Studio add-in that allows you to list down all the exported symbols inside an Import or Static Library. This add-in also allows you to save the exported symbols listing and to include a library file into your current Project. This add-in also includes a facility to scan through library files.
Golden Hammer Software took a trip earlier this year to New York to attend the Intel Android CodeFest. We updated Big Mountain Snowboarding, Trick Shot Bowling, and Scribble Worm to run natively on Intel Android devices during that weekend. All three of these games use C++ through the NDK.
In previous blog posts, we’ve built the Mosquitto MQTT broker on Edison and created a sensor node for sensing motion, temperature, and light level. Here, we will connect those sensors and actuators to the Mosquitto MQTT server we’ve built to turn those sensors into true IoT sensors.
In this article, I will share a few studies that are conducted using the hooking technique to provide a simple and effective protection solution against certain offline attacks in Android applications.
The Developer's Introduction to Intel MKL-DNN tutorial series examines Intel MKL-DNN from a developer’s perspective. Part 1 identifies informative resources and gives detailed instructions on how to install and build the library components.
This smart stove top application is part of a series of how-tos for Internet of Things (IoT) code sample exercises using the Intel® IoT Developer Kit, Intel® Edison board, Intel® IoT Gateway, cloud platforms, APIs, and other technologies.
oneMD is a molecular dynamics simulator coded in C++ 17 designed to take advantage of hardware data parallelism across a diverse set of devices and architectures using Intel's oneAPI framework and SYCL -- the successor to the OpenCL standard for parallel processing
Atalasoft leverages their DotImage toolkit to manipulate color channels for the purpose of image enhancement, in this case satellite images. The article is a tutorial on image enhancement and it includes all source code and test images.
My way to have a first sample program running with "Texus' Graphical User Interface" (TGUI) - a cross-platform modern C++ immediate GUI, on which I use "Simple and Fast Multimedia Library" (SFML) as backend.
ISD applications, web applications in general, are built on top of HTTP, which uses a pull-based communication mechanism. All communication requests are initiated or pulled from clients. Web servers can only respond to the requests. They cannot initiate or push communications
The Murl Engine is a fresh and free solution for cross-platform development. It is focused on games and multimedia applications and is currently supporting Android, iOS, Windows, OS X and Linux* platforms.
Technorati Tags: MicroSoft SQL Server Every time the SQL data file or log file expands, it fills the newly allocated (expanded) space with zero. There are few good and bad having this feature (Zeroing the allocated space). One downside of this is, this process will block all the sessions which are w
This document provides general overview of the Intel® System Studio for Microcontrollers, information how to use it for developing and debugging your applications for the Intel® QuarkTM microcontroller D1000 on Linux platforms from the command line and from Eclipse IDE, gives a list of compiler opti
This shop-floor equipment activity monitor application is part of a series of how-to Intel® Internet of Things (IoT) code sample exercises using the Intel® IoT Developer Kit, Intel® IoT Gateway, Intel® Edison board, cloud platforms, APIs, and other technologies.
This paper shows how the python API of the Intel® Data Analytics Acceleration Library (Intel® DAAL) tool works. First, we explain how to manipulate data using the pyDAAL programming interface and then show how to integrate it with python data manipulation/math APIs.
This access control system application is part of a series of how-to Internet of Things (IoT) code sample exercises using the Intel® IoT Developer Kit and a compatible Intel-based platform, cloud platforms, APIs, and other technologies.
This article describes several strategies to update GPU resources in Diligent Engine (a modern low-level graphic library) as well as important internal details and performance implications related to each method.
In this article I will ground the discussion on the several aspects of delivering a modern parallel code using the Intel® MPI library, that provides even more performance speed-up and efficiency of the parallel “stable” sort, previously discussed.
Dynamic Resolution Rendering lets developers dynamically vary the resolution of their screen rendering instead of having a static resolution selection. The end result: Stable, high frame rates can be achieved with high-quality GUIs, even on low-end systems. This code sample is free to use.
In this article we look at why C++ with SYCL is the best approach to accelerated computing, and why the C++ standard is a critically important foundation but insufficient for the needs of accelerated computing.
Allows users to send bug reports to manufacturers without having to manually create bug reports. Requires only four lines of code to be added to your application and works with all versions of Microsoft Windows. No MFC.
This article describes a technique where an approximation for the partition scheduling problem can be generalized to approximate scheduling for multiprocessor machines where the number of processors is a power of two
Xtreme Toolkit Professional Edition gives your application a rock solid presentation that includes Office 2003 style themes, Office style menu and toolbar customization, Visual Studio .NET style tear off tabs and auto hide panes.
In just a few minutes, predefined templates, containing formatted sheets and charts, can be generated from any database using simple SQL statements, macros and/or custom C# or VB.NET snap-ins. Generated files can be distributed to a file server or as an email attachment. Usually, no coding is needed
Who says learning threading isn’t fun? Take a break from solving problems / developing code and join us in a fun contest. Weekly gift cards will be given based on community voting. You could be our grand prize winner of an Intel® Core 2 Duo iMac* - with a 20” screen.
A new way of selling software has emerged. Making money trying to sell small size programs is not easy. Let’s change that! We are currently guaranteeing 150$ revenue for the first 300 developers who upload their program and starts using the system described in this article.
ANTS Profiler provides you with a quick and easy way of identifying performance bottlenecks within your .NET applications. Additional support for the latest .NET 3.0 features, the Vista operating system, and Visual Studio integration, cements ANTS Profiler as a leading tool in performance profiling.
Atalasoft decided to create web versions of their WinForms imaging controls. This case study outlines the requirements and analysis used to determine which technology was used in order to get migrate functionality to the browser: AJAX vs. Java vs. ActiveX vs. Flash.
Most .NET software projects can easily be tampered, exposing your software to security risks and theft of intellectual property. This article shows different techniques used to protect .NET code and determine the best protection for you. 9rays.Net offers you Spices.Obfuscator to these ends.
Do you read Science Fiction? Have you read a story that involves parallel computation or multi-core processors? Tell our Threading for Multi-Core Developer Community about it and you can win cash prizes. It's easy to join. Spend your summer wisely and join the Reading for Multi-Core Contest.
Do you love a good puzzle? Show off your threading skills on problem sets ranging from sudoku puzzles to dorm room assignments. Take the challenge to win monthly prizes and the chance to take home an Apple MacBook Pro*.
How software developers can take advantage of development tools/APIs provided by Intel to support the software development efforts for Intel® Active Management Technology (Intel® AMT), a component of Intel® vPro™ Processor Technology and Intel® Centrino® Pro Processor Technology
Bob wows the software development team by showing them the powerful and time saving features of SlickEdit Tools. SlickEdit Tools is a collection of add-ins for Microsoft Visual Studio that provide a developer with greater capabilities directly within Visual Studio.
This article contains a short description for a novel NI programmer on how to create a simple “Hello World” gesture-based application. It includes links for environment dependences download pages, code sections with explanations and a sample source code.
This article looks at strengths of the .NET platform regarding numerical analysis, tips for increased performance of .NET applications, capabilities of IMSL C# Numerical Library for Microsoft .NET applications, and features that allows the .NET Framework to be used for advanced analytics.
Why organizations considering moving to an Agile development methodology to increase product quality, decrease costs and respond more quickly to market needs should also consider the changing requirements that the new model places on the SCM system and which aspects are critical to success.
Multi-core processors are becoming ubiquitous, but due to the complexities of multithreaded programming few programmers exploit their potential. Jibu is a library for .NET, C++, Java and Delphi that makes concurrent and parallel programming easy for experts and beginners alike.
Terrain Rendering is a game technology code sample that demonstrates how to render large-scale terrains in real time by efficiently distributing the tasks between the CPU and the GPU. This article provides an overview of the terrain-rendering application and includes a link to the free code.
The benefits of grid and distributed computing are well established and indisputable. However, implementing them can be a nightmare – converting audio/video files in separate chunks can result in video hiccups and out of sync audio – but not with LEADTOOLS!
Working with perceptual computing hardware, you will soon learn that to move beyond the confines of the Intel® Perceptual Computing SDK you need a good understanding of the depth data provided by the camera and how to manipulate it. This article will cover the basics of obtaining this data, how it r
In his second tutorial, GPGPU expert Rob Farber discusses OpenCL™ memory spaces and the OpenCL memory hierarchy, and how to start thinking in terms of work items and work groups. This tutorial also provides a general example to facilitate experimentation with a variety of OpenCL kernels.
With the increasing availability of Digital SLR cameras in the consumer market, many users are choosing to capture images in their camera manufacturer’s proprietary RAW format. The ability to compress camera RAW images with JPEG XR allows for high compression rates with very low loss in image qualit
Read Rob Farber’s Massively Parallel Programming series. This fourth article in a series on portable multithreaded programming using OpenCL™ will discuss the OpenCL™ runtime and demonstrate how to perform concurrent computations among the work queues of heterogeneous devices.
This fifth article in a series on portable multithreaded programming using OpenCL™ Rob Farber discusses OpenCL™ buffers and demonstrates how to tie computation to data in a multi-device, multi-GPU environment.
Zhongqian Su and a group of fellow graduate students used the Intel® Perceptual Computing SDK and the Creative Interactive Gesture Camera Kit to combine augmented reality (AR) and a common encyclopedia into ARPedia*—Augmented Reality meets Wikipedia
Traditional forms processing solutions have run on desktops or local servers. This whitepaper suggests an alternative approach: doing forms processing via a web service. This allows for processing forms through a browser, mobile forms processing, and access to forms processing from environments beyo
How to programmatically start, on Windows Vista and higher versions, a recording session of any sound being played through a specific output device by third-party applications like Windows Media Player or YouTube, by leveraging the WASAPI sub-system through Audio Sound Recorder for .NET.
Efficient anti-aliasing techniques are an important tool of high-quality, real-time rendering. A new Intel technique called Morphological Antialiasing (MLAA) addresses limitations of the standard technique, MSAA. This article discusses MLAA implementation. Includes code samples and free download.
In this paper, we introduce some of the new features in ART, benchmark it against the previous Android Dalvik* runtime, and share five tips for developers that can further improve application performance.
In this article, we will introduce the components of INDE and show how developers can use them to create new applications and optimize existing applications. To start with Intel® INDE provides support for IDE integration.
Fragmentation is bad for business and mobile game development is a very fragmented business that is ripe with pitfalls and difficulties. This article outlines these factors and explains how developers are able to overcome them, cutting costs and without the need for compromise.
What follows is a description of how senior programmer Richard Kettlewell and producer Toby Evan-Jones, Kettlewell’s colleague, achieved their goal by applying new techniques and algorithms enabled by 4th gen Intel Core processors.
The Intel® RealSense™ SDK provides a new feature for developers to record camera streaming sequences to a file on disk for future playback. This feature is very helpful in debugging and troubleshooting camera issues in the apps.
This article presents the advantages of developing embedded digital video surveillance systems to run on 4th generation Intel® Core™ processor with Intel® HD Graphics, in combination with the Intel® System Studio software development suite.
In this post, let’s take a glimpse of how easy to build a custom Node module on Windows, Linux, and Mac by wrapping Dynamsoft Barcode Reader SDK, as well as how to integrate the module to quickly implement an online barcode reader.
At GDC 2014, Microsoft announced stunning news for PC Gaming in 2015—the next iteration of Direct3D, version 12. D3D 12 returns to low level programming; it gives more control to game developers and introduces many new exciting features.
The Intel SDK for OpenCL Applications provides a rich mix of OpenCL extensions and optional features that are designed for developers who want to utilize all resources available on Intel CPUs. This article focuses on device fission, available as a feature in this SDK.
This robot arm application is part of a series of how-to Intel® IoT Technology code sample exercises using the Intel® IoT Developer Kit, Intel® Edison board, cloud platforms, APIs, and other technologies.
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to create a simple game using the Cocos2d-x framework, version 3.0 or later, in a Windows* development environment and how to compile it to run on Windows and Android*.
As users are migrating from traditional desktops to mobile devices, transitioning your Windows application to the web is the next step to increasing your exposure. Thinfinity VirtualUI delivers your Windows applications to users on any device, anywhere.
Ever wanted to know how to call internal functions of other processes? This is an article on just that -- you'll learn how to read disassembled code in a project where the source code is known, and then apply that knowledge on an application where it isn't.
Classic globbing and modern gitignore-style globbing algorithms can be fast, whereas recursive implementations are known to blow up exponentially; why some freely available source code should not be used.