Persistent storage for web applications

There are majorly two types of applications that can be used on a client - native applications and web applications. Persistent storage is an arena where the native applications have an edge over their counterparts, the web applications. In order to serve the storage requirements of persistent applications, there are a variety of options available, … Continue reading Persistent storage for web applications

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Resetting Visual Studio’s experimental instance to its super-clean state

In order to create Visual Studio extensions (VSIX), one needs to  download the Visual Studio SDKs (freely available) from the Microsoft’s website. Those  of you doing the VSIX work are probably already aware of the Visual  Studio’s “experimental” instance. This experimental instance of Visual studio runs just like an  isolated instance, having its own registry … Continue reading Resetting Visual Studio’s experimental instance to its super-clean state

The rise and the fall of “Premier Padmini”

Unlike the last four Diwalis, this year I was able to come home on  Diwali. Flipping through the old photographs casually, I came across a  picture of me and our “Premier Padmini” aka “Fiat” parked inside our  porch. Time seemed to have frozen in those two minutes as I was drawn  into the childhood memories … Continue reading The rise and the fall of “Premier Padmini”