Posted by Anuraj on Monday, December 1, 2014
.Net .Net 4.0 Windows 7 Windows Forms WPF
While reviewing some code, I found a snippet for checking internet connection, like this
Posted by Anuraj on Wednesday, November 19, 2014
.Net ASP.Net CodeProject
Dependency injection is a software design pattern that implements inversion of control and allows a program design to follow the dependency inversion principle. An injection is the passing of a dependency (a service) to a dependent object (a client). The service is made part of the client’s state. Passing the service to the client, rather than allowing a client to build or find the service, is the fundamental requirement of the pattern. The pattern is used to create program designs that are loosely coupled and testable.
Posted by Anuraj on Friday, November 14, 2014
.Net ASP.Net CodeProject Miscellaneous Visual Studio
As part of the Connect(); event, Microsoft introduced VS2015 Preview, which includes C# 6.0 with few more features. (These features are not included in my earlier post What is new in C# 6.0, as I already mentioned these features introduced by Microsoft in the Connect(); event few days back.)
Posted by Anuraj on Thursday, November 13, 2014
.Net ASP.Net ASP.Net MVC HTML5 Visual Studio WCF WPF
Yesterday Connect(); Event, Scott Guthrie and Soma Somasegar made a number of important announcements for the cloud-first, mobile-first developer. Visual Studio Community 2013 is a new free, fully-featured edition of Visual Studio that lets developers target any platform, from desktop and mobile to web and cloud.
Posted by Anuraj on Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Miscellaneous User Group Activities
Posted by Anuraj on Monday, November 10, 2014
.Net ASP.Net ASP.Net MVC
As part of ASP.NET MVC 6, Microsoft introduced POCO(Plain Old CLR Object) Controllers. Unlike MVC 5 or previous versions of MVC, POCO contollers, has no base class, no need to implement any interface, it is 100% convention.
Posted by Anuraj on Sunday, October 26, 2014
.Net ASP.Net ASP.Net MVC Visual Studio
ASP.Net vNext is the next version of ASP.Net Framework. As part of ASP.NET vNext, the MVC, Web API, and Web Pages frameworks are being merged into one framework, called MVC 6. The new framework removes a lot of overlap between the existing MVC and Web API frameworks.