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Copyright (c) 2013 State of Vermont Legislative Joint Fiscal Office.

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
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Available Open-source Projects

Convert TDF to Online Datagrid

This two-part app saves an Excel document as a TDF file (tab-delimited file), then calls a VB.NET program that converts it to JSON for online use in a datagrid.

The JSON format is specifically for use with the DataTables jQuery plugin, which provides a robust web datagrid for displaying data online.

Languages and Technologies: Visual Basic 2012, .NET Framework 4.5, Console Application & MS Excel, VBA

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Make Online Chart

This compact C++ program converts a CSV file to a JSON format compatible with the new Google Charts API.

Specifically, this script was designed and tested to make a column chart, but it should work for bar charts, line charts, and area charts, with minor changes if any.

Languages and Technologies: Visual C++ 2012, .NET Framework 4.5, CLR Console Application

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Update RSS Feed

Allows users to add new items to an RSS feed without any required programming or XML editing skills.
This app has a simple user-interface centering around a form, where the title, link, and date of an RSS feed posting can be entered.
All entries are verified to fit the field format (date, hyperlink, etc), and XML entities are escaped to keep the RSS feed as a valid XML document.
This app has the added benefit of automatically uploading the RSS feed to your web server (you'll have to enter FTP connection details yourself in the source code).

Languages and Technologies: Visual Basic 2010, .NET Framework 4.0, Windows Forms

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