Exception filters are not new. Its been there for a long time (at least for than a year) as it is been released with .NET framework 6.0. But I do see developers don’t know the basic advantages of using exception filters and use code inside catch to determine problems. Let us look how exception filters can help you… Read More »
Author Archives: Abhishek Sur
Well, there has been a confusion around the developer community on the differences between the Workstation GC which is by default recommended for standalone machines which targets one single CPU Core and the Background GC which provides multicore execution of Garbage Collections. In general aspect first let us consider how the Workstation is different from the server. A… Read More »
Transaction is one of the common problems that we often use during database operation. While performing a batch data manipulation, the transaction is taken into account, such that if there is a problem in somewhere while executing a transaction, the process could be rolled back and finally when everything is complete, the Transaction gets committed or saved.
Well folks, even if you think that you know the answer and it is very common, I still think you should read this post to make your concept more clear, because strangely I found there are lot developer who still have some confusion with the concept even though they read tons of articles in the web about the… Read More »
Well, while being in touch with a number of developers, I always find people don’t understand the real meaning of disposing objects. Lets clear our basic understanding on why we need to dispose objects in .NET before understanding the usefulness of Using block. Why Disposing is necessary ? We all know, the code that we run on our… Read More »
You might have developed many projects and want to deploy them to the clients but want to avoid having number of entry point for the application. You can build a master application which can invoke all these small tools to ensure the entry point is hooked to one single executable. Here is a solution to it.
Well, as I have already dealt with CameraCaptureTask or PhotoChooserTask before for simple scenarios, it is time to go a little further with dealing with continuous capture or even how to switch between FrontFacing Camera or Primary camera etc. To deal with such scenarios, we use the PhotoCamera class and show the stream from camera directly to a… Read More »
Even though we have CameraCapture Task to deal with camera, there is another Chooser available as well, which can take Picture either from MediaLibrary or directly from Camera. The PhotoChooserTask helps in getting an image from the Picture / Media Library locations. The PhotoChooserTask, just like any other Tasks is listed under namespace Microsoft.Phone.Tasks and is inherited from… Read More »