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What’s new in C# 6.0? - String Interpolation

Did you download the new Visual Studio 2015 IDE? If not, try the preview version before it actually releases and start improving your coding skills with the forthcoming IDE from Microsoft. Today we are going to explore another new feature of C# 6.0 coming with this release. Let’s continue the series

Input Masking with ASP.NET MVC4

How to add textbox input mask using jquery.maskedinput in ASP.NET MVC4

Handling Entity Framework Stored Procedure ResultSets Polymorphically

A reflective approach to providing stored procedure based data access methods with a reuse pattern based on polymorphic Types as arguments in ObjectResult

Build a website with Kaliko CMS using WebForms

Introduction to Kaliko CMS - an open source content management system for ASP.NET


A menustrip, toolstrip and statusstrip which retrieve their data from ONE component.

How To Send Mail Using SQL Server: Part 1

In this article, we are going to learn the concept of mail sending using SQL Server.

What and Why of CDN

A CDN in simple terms is a collection of servers that are spread across the globe. In other words, a CDN is a network of servers in which each request will go to the closest server.

Dotcall - A Callback Hell Remedy

A syntax sugaring module that will silently convert sync-style dot preceded calls into an async ladder.

Friend Functions And Classes In C++

The friend keyword in C++ is one of those concepts that is formally taught, but then seems to disappear off the scene once you get into the real world. Maybe friends are less common in embedded programming (ha ha), but I’ve seen very few of them over the years. The thing is, they just don̵

HTTP Respond Content Compression with MVC Controller Action Filter Attribute

HTTP respond data content length compression in MVC web application by an ActionFilter attribute to improve performance in web requests.

PowerShell : Http Get/Post

This is another article in my on going learning/experimenting with PowerShell. This time I will show how you can use PowerShell to carry out REST operations such as GET/POST. Now there may be some amongst you, who go why didn’t you just use WGet, which is a downloadable thing, and I could have indee

DbKeeperNet - How to seed ASP.NET users and roles

Introduction It is a common task that as a part of database setup you need to seed some default user accounts and roles into the database as a part of setup. DbKeeperNet is an opensource.NET/C# framework which helps you manage database schema for your database performing various types of upgrade st

Many Web.config have merged together

You can have more than one Web.config in an application and they will all be merged in the end, which is fine. Also, if you have a problem with the configuration for a given project it will usually show up in your development environment right away and will not make it to production. But here [̷

Embedded RavenDb in MVC 5

It’s basically a step-by-step to set up a working MVC project using RavenDb. Of course, it’s not meant to show any best practices nor any architecture design using RavenDb.

WPF user controls: do not use merged dictionaries for shared resources

Resource dictionaries in WPF are not shared, unless they are part of App.xaml. That is, if you have a user control that loads (and uses) some resource dictionary, new instance of the dictionary will be loaded for each instance of the user control. This can (and does) lead to increased loading time a

Multithreading using Task Factory, C#, Basic Sample

This is a small basic sample that shows you how to quickly set your multi-threaded environment using the new C# Task Factory.

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