• Webcam and Annotation With HTML5

    Nowadays, Webcam is widely used for both personal and business. It is simple, cheap, and yet powerful for image acquisition. Some developers prefer to create their own webcam libraries. In this case, you need to learn technologies like TWAIN, WIA and/or DirectShow. Note: the WIA and DirectShow APIs are recommended...

  • How to Store Credentials for Automatic TFS Login

    On Windows 7, you can enable TFS automatic login by adding in a windows credential in Control Panel -> User Accounts -> Manage your credentials. In the Credential Manager window, under the Windows Credentials section, click the “Add a Windows Credential” link to add one for your tfs server. If...

  • SourceAnywhere V.S. Subversion

    SourceAnywhere: A SQL Server-based version control software designed to be a replacement of Microsoft Visual SourceSafe (VSS). It is developed for both local and geographically distributed development teams. SourceAnywhere Hosted: Sign Up SourceAnywhere Standalone: Free Trial Download Subversion (SVN): An open-source revision control system, which aims to be a compelling...

  • Version Control and Visual Studio 2010

    All editions of Visual Studio 2010 support the source control integration feature but the Express Edition. In this article, I will demonstrate how to use version control in Visual Studio 2010. For ease of the screenshots and article writing, I take SourceAnywhere Hosted, an online version control tool, as the...

  • Source Control for Stored Procedure in SQL Server 2008

    This article explains how to source control stored procedures and other objects in SQL Server Management Studio 2008. We use SourceAnywhere Standalone for example, which is a SQL-based source code control software designed to be a replacement of Microsoft Visual SourceSafe. Other MSSCCI compatible source code control solutions work in...

  • Using Visual SourceSafe - How to Manage Security

    This article is a part of SourceSafe / VSS Tutorial Introduction SourceSafe provides a tool, Visual SourceSafe Administrator, to manage the permission of the VSS users. However, designed for trusted environment, SourceSafe offers very low security. Regardless of the VSS project level permission, all VSS users must have read &...

  • Using Visual SourceSafe - Show History

    This article is a part of SourceSafe / VSS Tutorial Show History Basics Show History is one of the most important features in SourceSafe. My personal feeling is that being able to go back to the pervious versions is the main purpose that software development teams use version control tools....

  • Using Visual SourceSafe - Pin

    This article is a part of SourceSafe / VSS Tutorial Pin is a small but sometimes helpful feature in Visual SourceSafe (VSS). VSS defines Pin as a marker that designates a specific version of a file. For example, if we want our team members to get a historical version by...

  • Using Visual SourceSafe - A Free Tool to Manage the MSSCCI Provider

    This article is a part of SourceSafe / VSS Tutorial Dynamsoft provides a tool called SCC Provider Manager with its SourceAnywhere source control product family. With this tool, you can choose one of the SCC providers in your system as the default provider. This is a screen shot of the...

  • Using Visual SourceSafe - How to backup & restore VSS DB

    This article is a part of SourceSafe / VSS Tutorial SourceSafe provides an Archive utility, with which we can periodically backup our VSS Database or projects and transport files/projects between SourceSafe databases. SourceSafe also provides a Restore tool which allows us to restore the data from an archive. How to...