Demonstrates using .NET Remoting to broadcast to client subscribers. There are three parts: 1) Server.cs - for console app responsible for broadcasting messages (date/time stamp currently) 2) Client.cs - for console app that registers with server to subscribe to broadcasts 3) Agent.cs - class library that facilitates/eposes the interfaces for our client/server communication To use, create the three project types defined above and include the appropriate code found in this snippet. In both the Server and Client projects, add references to the Agent.DLL project. Then, modify the IP address in the ClientClass's creation of the AbstractServer remoteObject to a string …

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Hi, I have been searching out a lot of things to sove my problem but none of the solutions I found worked in my case :'( Here is what I am trying to do: 1. When the screen is off, my BroadCastReceiver detects it. 2. Once screen_off is detected, acquire WakeLock and my BroadCastReceiver starts my custom idle screen activity. (As for the location where it starts the idle screen activity, I have tried in BroadCastReceiver, IntentService and AsyncTask classes but all of them made same problem) And this is the error message I am getting: 01-25 14:55:13.253: E/ActivityThread(10879): Activity …

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hello all, please help me, how to make email broadcast in our website? ar u can help me to share it`s php source code? i need reference for my homework... please thanks before

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Hi, using old pure C, I was able to define a custom windows message. Once done, it was possible to broadcast the message across my application. Any object, with defined listener was able to receive and process the message. OK, right now, I need to do the same in C#. I have a class (let’s call it ABC), which should broadcast a message in case something happens. The application has multiple forms (some of the are active, some of them not - that’s why I need general broadcast message/event instead of call a specific method). In case, something happens (e.g. …

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Everyone wants to know what the next big thing is going to be, and if market analyst [URL="http://www.datamonitor.com"]Datamonitor[/URL] is to be believed the answer is mobile broadcast television. With the opportunity to combine two of the undeniably most popular and successful consumer products in history, namely TV and mobile telephones, Datamonitor predicts the number of mobile broadcast TV subscribers will grow from the 4.4 million there are today to an estimated 155.6 million by the end of 2012. However the Datamonitor report “Opportunities in the mobile broadcast TV market, 2006 – 2012” does note that that although Mobile broadcast TV …

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YouTube (now owned by Google) and BBC struck a deal that would soon allow the former to provide clips from the latter. Special channels will be created on YouTube that you can watch the content through, providing many popular BBC shows such as Top Gear and Doctor Who. But this move is not surprising, given the fact that many TV providers have been offering their shows on YouTube, such the NBA highlights. Many people prefer video-on-demand to live streaming video over the web, so that is basically the reason why the deal went the route it did. However, I would …

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The BBC’s Director General Mark Thompson has announced plans to introduce a BBCPlayer service, which will enable viewers to download and play seven days of programs, and also to simulcast one of the BBC channels. The simulcast will only be made available to UK viewers. It is quite likely that archived content will be sold online also. Unless broadcasters adapt, Mr. Thompson suggests, they will be unable and unworthy to retain their licenses in years to come. Britain is expected to switch to ‘digital-only’ broadcasting quite soon. The digital revolution is definitely upon us.

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