Diff in .Net Core using textdiffcore

In Unix systems the ‘diff’ command is used to highlight the differences between files, it is an extremely useful tool for comparing documents. Outside of Unix systems this functionality is hard to come by, especially if you need to embed the functionality into your program. This is where the textdiffcore package fits in; textdiffcore isContinue reading “Diff in .Net Core using textdiffcore”

Using the VLC ActiveX control in WPF

How to integrate the powerful VLC media player into your WPF application Prerequisites: Windows version of VLC Media Player with the ActiveX component installed. Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 professional / Microsoft Visual C# 2010 Express (Don’t know if this method works on older versions). Instructions: If you are not adding this to a current project thenContinue reading “Using the VLC ActiveX control in WPF”