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The Different Lines in UML 2

Lines connect nodes to complete the meaning of your UML diagrams. Spice up a UML recipe to delight developers by using these zesty lines that connect UML's basic ingredients: [more…]

UML 2 Node Basics

Nodes are the nuts and bolts of your UML diagrams. Your development projects can be enhanced by using each node's symbol form to add rich texture. This table shows you the basic parts that can be combined [more…]

UML 2 For Dummies Cheat Sheet

When you’re using UML 2, make sure you know the essentials of nodes and you get the hang of working with different lines to communicate and create systems effectively. [more…]

General VBA Editor Shortcut Keys

The following table shows you some helpful shortcut keys, and their functions, available throughout the Visual Basic editor, where you write, edit, and test your VBA code. [more…]

VBA Debugging Shortcut Keys

Since code in a programming language has to be written exactly, there can be no errors or bugs. Fortunately, you can debug code in VBA quickly with these debugging shortcuts: [more…]

Common Code for VBA Programming and Debugging in Access

This list which shows you the most common jobs performed in VBA and the statements you need to type to get the VBA task completed, so keep this list handy: [more…]

Navigating and Selecting Code in VBA

Use these VBA shortcuts in the Code window (used for writing, editing, and viewing VBA) and the Immediate window (which lets you run code any time, right on the spot) to get your jobs done quickly. [more…]

How to Supply Information for Your iPad App to the App Store

Apple is very strict about the App Store. Actually uploading your iPad application to the App Store is pretty easy. The hard part is collecting all the little bits of information about your iPad app that [more…]

How to Avoid Getting Your iPad App Rejected

To avoid having your iPad app rejected by Apple, read the documentation, steer away from Apple trademarks and images, and stay away from content that's questionable in any legal sense. These kinds of things [more…]

Tracking the Success of Your iPad App

The App Store is the place to list your iPad apps. Marketing those apps so that people will buy them, however, is entirely up to you. The App Store is right at your iPad customers' fingertips. [more…]

Keeping a Close Eye on BlackBerry App Callbacks

Your BlackBerry application uses callbacks to allow the smartphone's OS to call into your application for specific operations. Your BlackBerry application itself likely employs callbacks to allow the threads [more…]

Matching BlackBerry JDE, Simulator, and Device Versions

The BlackBerry Java Development Environment (JDE) is available in several versions. The version number of the JDE is directly related to the version of the OS running on the smartphones where your app [more…]

Implementing Basic Java Application Classes for a BlackBerry App

Your BlackBerry application starts off from a blank slate. The Java Development Environment (JDE) creates an empty workspace, and you will add a project and Java source files. You need to implement subclasses [more…]

BlackBerry Application Development For Dummies Cheat Sheet

You need creativity, Java programming skills, and patience to implement, refine, and deliver your BlackBerry application. Your BlackBerry application development efforts require you to come to grips with [more…]

Word Namespace Classes for Extending the Office Object Model with VSTO

The Microsoft.Office.Tools.Wordnamespace contains classes that represent objects in the Word object model. Here is a list of the class names, along with their descriptions, that you can use in VSTO to [more…]

Windows Forms Controls in VSTO

VSTO contains two namespaces that hold classes that contain Windows Forms controls, which you can use on the Word documents or Excel worksheets. All controls in the [more…]

Excel Namespace Classes for Extending the Office Object Model in VSTO

In VSTO, the Microsoft.Office.Tools.Excel namespace contains classes that are relevant to the Microsoft Office Excel application. Here are the class names, along with short descriptions: [more…]

VSTO For Dummies Cheat Sheet

Visual Studio Tools for Office (VSTO) extends some of the existing objects in the Office object model. You can use the classes in VSTO namespaces for the Word and Excel application to add or extend the [more…]

Setting Up a Nib for your iPhone or iPad

Nib files end in .xib and are used in Interface Builder to construct the screens of your game application for your iPhone or iPad.

To start building a nib file, double-click it in Xcode to open the file [more…]

iPhone and iPad Game Development For Dummies Cheat Sheet

iPad and iPhone game programming requires several special elements. These essential steps give your program the action and interactivity that today's gamers demand, regardless of the platform where they [more…]

C Language Comparisons and Their Opposites

Programming in C, or any programming language, means building comparisons — greater and lesser than and equal to in various combinations. Get to know the comparisons C uses and their opposites: [more…]

Order of Precedence in C Programming Language

If you're programming with C, you're using operators — and knowing whether to read those operators from left to right or right to left means writing a C program that works and one that crashes. Use the [more…]

C Language Variable Types

Whether you're working with regular or unsigned variables in your C program, you need to know a bit about those various variables. The following table show C variable types, their value ranges, and a few [more…]

C Language Operators

In programming with C, you occasionally want to use common mathematical operators for common mathematical functions and not-so-common operators for logic and sequence functions. Here's a look at C language [more…]

C All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies Cheat Sheet

When working in the C programming language, you need to be familiar with how C does things — for example, its order of precedence, variable types, operators, and comparisons and their opposites. [more…]

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