I have received this question from my previous post ( Identifying the SignalR Transport Medium) , where I have explained how we can check out the different transport medium in different browser versions. In the example I used Internet Explorer 11, and used the browser compatibility mode to show the same for lower version of browser such as… Read More »
Windows Phone is gradually getting matured day by day. Considering the current situation, the Windows Phone environment gives a restrictive environment where app developers are restricted to do certain things if not specified beforehand. The developer cannot use Library, Camera, Sensors or even memory at sometimes if not defined beforehand. A Windows Phone App is limited to use… Read More »
Well, attached properties, just like normal properties are an object of Dependency Property, but with a very special point embedded into it. Even though the attached properties can only be added to a class which inherits from DependencyObject and also the property where it is attached to should also be a dependency property itself, an Attached property in… 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.
While working with UI based applications, one of the most important thing that you need to keep in mind is Thread Affinity. It ensures that every control needs to be created in the UI Thread to be ported in the UI and each of them could only be accessed through UI Thread only. Earlier, the Windows Forms application… Read More »
Yesterday, I have posted one tip which discusses how you could use ReaderWriterLock to implement shared locking on items that does require concurrent access. Today I will use SpinLock to do the same. SpinLock like Monitor spins a number of CPU cycles when it tries to acquire a lock. Monitor on the other hand Spins some CPU Cycle… Read More »
During Development of the application/product or after deployment of the application/product there might be a situation where you want to find out the the how much time is taken by you code to execute ? Is it too much slow ? Answer to this problem is make use of StopWatch class of System.Diagnostics namespace which is usefull to… Read More »
If you are working with Windows Phone 7, the first thing that you should have noticed is the very own Application bar. Application Bar is present in most of the applications that you use in your Windows Phone 7. This is basically a standard Toolbar with a menu associated with it which allows you to enumerate the commonly… Read More »