WebIntoApp.com V2 is now online!

Version 2 of the WebIntoApp.com is now online! From now on you can also convert your HTML files (with JS and CSS) into a mobile App for Android & iOS.

Here are some of the new features we have added to WebIntoApp Version 2:

  • Convert WEB / HTML / JS / CSS Into Mobile App.
  • Get know who, when & where your App was installed.
  • Set the Splash Screen / Firebase / AdMob and the Settings in the App Maker.
  • Fresh new Dashboard that allows you to manage all of your Apps, online and easily.
  • Android SDK V30 + iOS SDK V12.2
  • FREE & Dedicated Plans.

Screen shots:

Feel free to visit us at:
https://www.webintoapp.com

Free Convert Website To App for Android (WebView)

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A new tutorial to convert your website into a mobile app, online, for Android and iOS is now available and open for all.

The WebIntoApp Creator
The WebIntoApp Creator

Webintoapp.com is a website that allows you to convert your website to a mobile app for Android and iOS (called also WebView App), online and within a minute.

All you need to do is to set the URL of the website that you want to convert to a mobile app, give it a name, set some features around and click on the Convert button, the system will generate APK file for you with all the details about the Ownership and Certification, so you can not only share your app with your friends, you can even publish it to the Google Play Store.

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Posted by WebIntoapp.com on Friday, June 12, 2020
Tutorial to convert your website into a mobile app, online, for Android and for free.

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https://twitter.com/webintoapp

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Download Alexa Top 1 Million – 05/2020

Here are the top 100 websites in the world according to the Alexa ranking:

1,google.com
2,youtube.com
3,tmall.com
4,baidu.com
5,qq.com
6,sohu.com
7,facebook.com
8,login.tmall.com
9,taobao.com
10,360.cn
11,jd.com
12,yahoo.com
13,wikipedia.org
14,amazon.com
15,zoom.us
16,sina.com.cn
17,pages.tmall.com
18,weibo.com
19,live.com
20,reddit.com
21,netflix.com
22,xinhuanet.com
23,microsoft.com
24,vk.com
25,office.com
26,okezone.com
27,csdn.net
28,blogspot.com
29,alipay.com
30,yahoo.co.jp
31,instagram.com
32,microsoftonline.com
33,github.com
34,google.com.hk
35,tribunnews.com
36,babytree.com
37,stackoverflow.com
38,twitch.tv
39,myshopify.com
40,bing.com
41,bongacams.com
42,naver.com
43,aliexpress.com
44,panda.tv
45,zhanqi.tv
46,amazon.co.jp
47,livejasmin.com
48,tianya.cn
49,google.co.in
50,ebay.com
51,force.com
52,adobe.com
53,mail.ru
54,chaturbate.com
55,china.com.cn
56,aparat.com
57,apple.com
58,twitter.com
59,salesforce.com
60,sogou.com
61,wordpress.com
62,msn.com
63,yandex.ru
64,mama.cn
65,huanqiu.com
66,linkedin.com
67,ok.ru
68,dropbox.com
69,google.co.jp
70,pornhub.com
71,whatsapp.com
72,imgur.com
73,google.com.br
74,yy.com
75,grid.id
76,medium.com
77,trello.com
78,imdb.com
79,amazonaws.com
80,epicgames.com
81,udemy.com
82,amazon.in
83,google.cn
84,detail.tmall.com
85,17ok.com
86,alibaba.com
87,gosuslugi.ru
88,spotify.com
89,detik.com
90,rakuten.co.jp
91,sindonews.com
92,amazon.de
93,kompas.com
94,worldometers.info
95,bilibili.com
96,bbc.com
97,instructure.com
98,padlet.com
99,ettoday.net
100,jrj.com.cn

Here is the Alexa top 1 million domain names list in a csv file. This list was generated by Alexa at the 05/2020.

The struct of the file is:
[RANK],[DOMAIN.EXT]

You will need 7-Zip in order to extruct this file.


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C#/VB.NET Play System Sound

In order to play one of the system sounds from your C#/VB .NET you can use the ready to use system sounds the Windows uses for common tasks. Basically, there are 5 sounds that Windows presents:

  1. Asterisk
  2. Beep
  3. Exclamation
  4. Hand
  5. Question

Here is a snap example of filling the system sounds to a combo box and play one of them when an item is selected:


        private void Form1_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {

            comboBox1.DisplayMember = "Text";
            comboBox1.ValueMember = "Value";

            var systemSounds = new[]
            {
                new { Text = "Asterisk", Value = System.Media.SystemSounds.Asterisk },
                new { Text = "Beep", Value = System.Media.SystemSounds.Beep },
                new { Text = "Exclamation", Value = System.Media.SystemSounds.Exclamation },
                new { Text = "Hand", Value = System.Media.SystemSounds.Hand },
                new { Text = "Question", Value = System.Media.SystemSounds.Question }
            };

            comboBox1.DataSource = systemSounds;
        }

        private void comboBox1_SelectedIndexChanged(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            ((System.Media.SystemSound)comboBox1.SelectedValue).Play();
        }

That’s it 🙂

Please note, by default most of the sounds are the same, and you can change them in the System Sounds Properties in the Control Panel.

Relevant Links:

SystemSounds Class
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/api/system.media.systemsounds?view=dotnet-plat-ext-3.1

More advanced example of using the Windows System Sounds
https://www.codeproject.com/Articles/2740/Play-Windows-sound-events-defined-in-system-Contro

Microncode Components and Libraries:
https://microncode.com/developers/

VS/C#/VB “The type exists in both versions” Error

Some .NET libraries or components may use the same type / enum name which can make the Visual Studio compiler generate an error with the message:

“the type exists in both versions”

Visual Studio compiler error

In order to fix that issue, you can do as follow:

  1. Goto References and select one of the libraries that generated this error.
  2. In the Properties change the Alias property to ‘MyAlias’.
  3. Add to the top of the class that used the library:
//Declear the alias name of the library
extern alias MyAlias;

//------------------------------
//The rest of your code...
using System;
using System.ComponentModel;
using System.Drawing;
using System.Windows.Forms;

That’s it 🙂

From now on you can create a reference to the library like:

MyAlias.TheLibrary.ClassName xyz;