Mukarram Mukhtar

December 21, 2010

Image Enhancement And Contrast Enhancement in JAVA

In this article I’ll explain what is Image Enhancement? What is contrast enhancement? What’s the difference between the two? How to achieve one or the other or both? For simplicity, we’ll operate only on black and white images with gray scale of 0 – 255, and images will only be in pgm format. But if you understand the concept, then it can be expanded and applied on more complex formats as well e.g. RGB or CMYK etc. This article will probably be most useful for students and/or software developers who have to do some image processing work. However, other programmers can also try the code just for the sake of fun, because the results are so interesting and very easy to produce!

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November 9, 2010

How to Implement Single Sign On in .NET

Filed under: Technology — Tags: , , , , , , , — Mukarram Mukhtar @ 8:23 pm

If you are a .NET developer and have been tasked to implement Single Sign On (SSO) and you have absolutely no idea what the heck Single Sign On is, then this article is right for you. In this article I’ll explain what Single Sign On means; in what scenarios it is useful and how you can implement it in .NET? To make life little easier and to avoid reinventing the wheel, I’ll use SAML protocol and Component Space’s class libraries to implement SSO. Enjoy reading…

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October 1, 2010

How to Draw a Chess Board in JAVA

Filed under: Technology — Tags: , , , , , , , — Mukarram Mukhtar @ 6:08 pm

This post is for beginner Java developers, if you are one, keep on reading, otherwise you can skip. So if you are up to developing a chess game in Java then this article might give you a little bit head start. In this article you’ll see how easy it is to set the basic UI of a chess application in Java. Not only will you learn how to draw a chess board but also how set pieces and handle their moves. The application I’m posting here is an excerpt of what I made as my semester project. The complete application was made by a team of 4 developers and had some advanced features like playing chess with other players over the internet, chatting and etc. The code of original game will not be available; however you can get help from its mini-version that can be seen by selecting the following link:

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October 13, 2009

How to Share Master Page Among Different .NET Web Applications

If you want to create a Master page so that two or more web applications can share it, then this blog is written exactly for you. In this blog I’ll demonstrate how you can create a Master page and share it among different .NET web applications in such a way that every time you make any change in the Master page, either in HTML or in server side script, all the web applications sharing it, start reflecting those changes either automatically or with minimal tweeking e.g. updating references or dlls etc.

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