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Gimp is a graphic editor who in my opinion is a great alternative for the popular Adobe Photoshop. It is free, open source and most of the time can be use to perform professional graphic works. I’ve been using Gimp for quite some time. And I really love it.
For me, Gimp makes the absence of Photoshop unnoticeable.
GCash Forest is one of GCash best feature that helps maintain the Philippine forest. If you want to partake in restoring our forest, using GCash Forest is one of the cool ways to do it. By simply earning green energy (the points use in GCash Forest), you can plant and grow trees in real life. Yes, you read it right, in real life. It is now easier to help maintain our forest.
Probably my favorite e-wallet. GCash turns your smartphones into a mobile wallet that can be use to pay bills, shop, send and receive money fast and conveniently. Also when linked to your bank accounts, the app can be use to instantly transfer or deposit money online.
What is Custom Domain Email? You probably used or are using email addresses in your everyday life. Whether its on Gmail, Yahoo or on any other email service provider, having an email address is a must this days. But what is a custom domain email? What makes it different? If you have a website/business, you […]
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Remember we created an instance of our Progress class in our XmlLoader Load method and filled it with the data we gathered from our xml saved file. To be able to get that object we added a getter and setter accessor in the end of our XmlLoader class. We put the code below in our […]
After filling our Progress object with the data we gathered from our xml file. We will now try to display it in our chart. Adding Chart to a Form Let’s put the chart in our SubjectForm. While in form design view open the Toolbox in the Data category, select Chart and drag the chart control […]
After creating a saved file we again call the same BeginLoadingSavedData method. This will again check for the now existing XML file. It will end the loop and we can now fetch the data from our saved file. In our SubjectForm.cs put this code outside the while statement. var loader = new XmlLoader(); loader.Load(SavedDataPath); progress […]