Macros are shortcuts which can be used to automate functions of your choice. These actions can be activated from buttons in a virtual keyboard or from any number of other interfaces such as MIDI, MIDI Learn, or a dedicated controller.
Macros can be recorded and named to suit your needs. All you have to do is press the assigned button to load the Macro, and press it again to play it.
Macros can be assigned any number of parameters. For instance, you can assign a Macro with one parameter to the touch function, and a different Macro to the backspace function.
Macros can be assigned to any of your controls.
Macro buttons can be assigned to play in loop or to play continuously as long as you hold the button down.
You can use any number of macros as long as they are kept in sequence. For example, if you have a macro with two parameters that allows you to select any of your presets, you can also assign one more macro which will allow you to switch between the presets using your programmable sequence.
MIDI Learn is an automated way to learn your complete MIDI controller. The controller can be any MIDI-enabled device or computer, even if it is not a standard MIDI controller. No keyboard is required, only a set of buttons or a dedicated controller.
MIDI Learn requires no pre-processing or settings. It simply activates the target MIDI functions of your choice for you, and displays the status of each function on the control.
MIDI Learn will always work with the intended target MIDI controller, whether it is connected or not.
￭ Mute all MIDI input or output
￭ Set system-level MIDI input or output mode (1/3/5)
￭ Set target control on/off
￭ Set target control to MIDI function of choice
￭ Set desired automation data
￭ Set desired Transpose data
￭ Set desired Tuning data
￭ Set desired Volume data
￭ Set desired Feedback data
￭ Set desired MIDI program number
￭ Set desired MIDI channel number
￭ Set desired MIDI instrument number
￭ Set desired MIDI note number
￭ Set desired MIDI controller number
￭ Open corresponding manual or controller button layout
￭ Select desired controller
￭ Change target controller to another controller
￭ Save any 384a16bd22
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Implement the web crawler with Microsoft.NET Framework, C# or VB.NET,.NET Framework 4.5, Windows Forms, WebBrowser control
Implement Web Crawler with.NET Framework
Related Learning Paths
Programming with WebBrowsers
Programming a Web Crawler with.NET Framework
Microsoft Certified Master.NET Developer
Understand the requirements to crawl and harvest linked data
Create a working web crawler
The WebCrawler.NET module has been developed to build a Web Crawler in Visual Studio (VS).
The project targets the.NET Framework version 4.5 and includes a simple application form.
The application form allows users to choose the crawling sites they want to include in their web crawler,
and even provides a way to manually crawl web pages.
The module contains several examples that demonstrate how to create a web crawler,
and how to configure and use the application form.
The code is written in C# and consists of six main classes,
along with several supporting classes and methods.
The first class, WebCrawler, is the core class of the application.
It defines the method that performs the crawling process,
and is implemented by a subclass, which allows the user to choose the web sites to crawl.
In the crawling process, the WebCrawler calls an EventCallback, which is implemented in the second class.
This event callback is designed to be used by the user to collect the data from a crawled web site.
The second class, WebCrawlerCallback, is used to implement the callback.
It implements the IEventCallback interface and the EventCallback method,
which is used to write the data to a file, and also processes the click event of a web page.
The third class, DataCollection, is a helper class.
It is designed to handle the data generated by the callback, and to produce a file containing all data produced by the WebCrawler.
The fourth class, CrawlerSettings, is a configuration class.
It contains settings for the crawling sites and some options for the crawling process.
The fifth class, CrawlerSettingsManager, manages the settings.
It reads the configuration file and