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.
As we saw in the previous post, that you can programmatically change the Lock screen of the Phone from an app which supports extension of Lock Screen defined in the Metadata file, we can also open various settings screen directly from within the app as well. To open an existing settings applet, you need to first know the… Read More »
It is sometimes important for an application to change lock screen of the project. The Lock Screen can be set from an app only if the App supports an Extension to change lock screen. Let us take a look on how to change lock screen from an application. First of all, Lock screen can be changed by an… Read More »
It is a very common requirement to get the path of a file relative to the path of the current location which accesses the path. In .NET there are a number of ways which lets you determine the path of a file and there exists more than one valid ways to determine the current path of the file.… Read More »
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 »
In my previous post, I mentioned about the capability of specifying a Timeout while executing a Regular expression. Sometimes, when your application is totally developed, and it would be a heck to change every single code which uses regular expression to specify a timeout. Sometimes the Regular expression is parsed inside an external assembly. In such cases, you… Read More »