Tag Archives: .NET

How to identify the project dependencies in Visual Studio ?

By | November 25, 2015

In the previous post you have seen the difference between Build and Rebuild solution in Visual Studio and how things works under the hood. In the last section of the post we also talked about the project dependencies and the build order of the projects; which is dependent on project dependencies.  In this post lets have a quick… Read More »

Working with Zip Files in .NET

By | October 19, 2013

Zipping and Unzipping in a Client Application or a Website is very common requirement. Until the latest .NET version, there is no API that fully supports these things. We would have relied on J# specific JAVA APIs or there are superior 3rd party APIs available which could have done the trick. .NET 4.5 gives an edge on handling… Read More »

Preview Selected Items in Visual Studio

By | September 17, 2013

You must have familiar with automatic previewing items once we select it from the solution explorer. We have discussed this features over here – “Preview Tab in Visual Studio” . Do you know, you can quickly enable or disable this features just directly from solution explorer? In the solution explorer,  you can select or deselect the “Preview Selected… Read More »

Using or Using ?

By | September 6, 2013

The title of this post is confusing enough! Really ? nevertheless to say, you are smart enough to guess on what we are going to talk about. One of the frequent question that comes in the .NET interview is “What is the difference between Using Directives and Using Statement ?” Sometimes the interviewers puts some extra trap by asking… Read More »

Use “Run To Cursor” and save time while debugging

By | September 5, 2013

Run to cursor is a great and an hidden features of Visual Studio. This can really boost up your productivity of work while debugging any application in Visual Studio.  You can really avoid the step by step debugging and directly stop the debugger where you are targeting it to stop.  “Run to Cursor” is  just like another breakpoint,… Read More »

Asynchrony with Dispatcher in WPF

By | September 3, 2013

The new addition of async and await have already created buzz in the city with the superior language support of calling asynchronous code that looks pretty synchronous. There are two keywords that has been introduced to handle this behavior. The async is a specifier which directs the compiler to orchestrate automatically during the compilation to change its behavior… Read More »