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Using Templates to Customize WPF Controls 22 Apr 2008

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in Advanced Basics, WPF.
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With the release of Windows Vista™ and the Microsoft® .NET Framework 3.0 come a host of new technologies for developers to learn about, discuss, and use. New tools, libraries, and paradigms will change how you build managed apps, offering powerful possibilities. We’re introducing this new monthly column to cover the underlying technologies you will use for developing your applications. Industry experts you are already familiar with will take turns delving into the Windows® Presentation Foundation, Windows Communication Foundation, and Windows Workflow Foundation. Let’s get started here in MSDN

What You Need To Know About One-Way Calls, Callbacks, And Events 22 Apr 2008

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in Advanced Basics, WCF.
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T he classic object and component-oriented programming models offer only a single way for clients to call a method: the client issues a call, blocks while the call is in progress, and then continues executing once the method returns. Windows® Communication Foundation (WCF) supports this classic invocation model, but it also provides built-in support for two additional operation types: one-way calls for fire-and-forget operations and duplex callbacks that let the service call back to the client. Read more on MSDN

WCF Messaging Fundamentals 22 Apr 2008

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in Advanced Basics, WCF.
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When you start pulling the layers away from Windows® Communication Foundation, you find a sophisticated XML-based messaging framework that offers a world of possibilities when connecting systems using a variety of protocols and formats. Read more on MSDN

Learn The ABCs Of Programming Windows Communication Foundation 22 Apr 2008

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in Advanced Basics, WCF.
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Windows® Communication Foundation (WCF), formerly code-named “Indigo,” is about to radically change the face of distributed programming for developers using the Microsoft® .NET Framework. WCF unifies the existing suite of .NET distributed technologies into a single programming model that improves the overall developer experience through a consistent architecture, new levels of functionality and interoperability, and all the extensibility points you could want. This article introduces you to WCF programming and shows you how to get started. Read more on MSDN

Multithreading : Multithreading and Multitasking 18 Apr 2008

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in .NET Core, Advanced Basics.
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Here is very simple article explains Multithreading and Multitasking

C# Heap(ing) Vs Stack(ing) in .NET 18 Apr 2008

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in .NET Core, Advanced Basics.
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Thanks to Matthew for his excellent article about Heap and Stack. Must read this post.

.NET 3.0 Vs .NET 3.5 Vs Visual Studio 17 Apr 2008

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in .NET Core, Advanced Basics.
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Daniel has written couple of articles about what is the internal difference between .NET 3.0 and 3.5 and how it affects visual studio. If you go through his these 5 post you will get clear picture about this confusion

.NET Framework v3.0

.NET Framework 3.5 

Visual Studio 2008 stack

“CLR v2.0 remains at the same version”

Top 10 things to know about Visual Studio 2008 and .NET Framework 3.5

 

Can we use .NET 3.5 in Visual studio 2008, check out Charles post

how does Garbage collection works? 17 Apr 2008

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in .NET Core, Advanced Basics.
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Tess has posted a great informative article on this blog about how does Garbage collection works. Must read this post.

CLR – What happens behind the scene? 26 Mar 2008

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in .NET Core, Advanced Basics.
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Ever wondered what happens behind the scenes when we click a managed executable (.EXE). Yes, the application starts, but how does it starts and what all happens behind the scene. Read this blog post for the explanation

Basics of Request Architecture, Viewstate and Page Life Cycle in ASP.NET 25 Mar 2008

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in Advanced Basics, ASP.NET.
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Halabi has published couple of in-depth article about Request Architecture, Viewstate and Page Life Cycle, these information are very vital to ASP.NET developers. All ASP.NET developers must know these basics.

Request Architecture

Viewstate and Page Life Cycle