Debugger in .NET runs in background on each and every type and uses Reflection to load the information regarding the Type that is running on the code. It is not generally great to view the entire object state as many of the intermediate states are not necessary to any user of your code. Hence if you are building… Read More »
This is a serious necessity in few applications where you want to show the appointments over a calendar. Though most of us are not aware, ASP.net calendar provides an easier way to deal with this. In this tip I am going to show how we can use a ASP.NET Calendar control as Outlook Calendar.
Sometimes your ASP.NET application needs to hook up some code before even the Application is started. Assemblies supports a custom attribute called PreApplicationStartMethod which can be applied to any assembly that should be loaded to your ASP.NET application, and the ASP.NET engine will call the method you specify within it before actually running any of code defined in… Read More »
Do you know what is coming next to C#? Asynchronous programming is really made easy with the inclusion of new contextual keywords to C# namely async and await. If you are unaware of it, I would really suggest you to read few of my posts like : C# 5.0 vNext Async support for Silverlight and WP7 Debugging with… Read More »
Mutex is not new to the .NET framework. The Win32 api supports an object called Mutex and .NET framework class Mutex is actually a wrapper class for the same Win32 kernel mutex object. Mutex objects are generally used to synchronize Threads across process. Mutexes are namable and hence you can signal whether the Mutex is acquired or not… Read More »
Generally when you create a WPF window, you will get two files automatically created for you. One which represents the XAML, which is stored in .XAML extension file, and another is a class which is stored in a Code-Behind file with .cs extension. But in certain scenarios, it is actually required to write your Code – behind directly… Read More »