Category: Development

  • Using Effects in Xamarin Forms

    The post originally appeared at: Developers can use Effects in Xamarin Forms to customize native controls and add some styling of their own. But why not simply use a custom renderer to achieve the same thing? While that is certainly possible there are some benefits to Effects. Why would you use Effects? Contrary to […]

  • 24 hours of PASS.. Get better at SQL

    If you missed a webinar, want to replay your favorites, or wish to share this training with colleagues, now is your chance! The webinar recordings are ready for viewing, learning, and sharing. This event and session recordings are brought to you by the generous support of our presenting sponsors. View their sessions below:SQL Server on […]

  • Selenium AND .NET Core 2.0 Preview 2 – it works!

    Original posted at: Selenium AND .NET Core 2.0 Preview 2 – it works! The site has been down for a couple of days for me so I thought of making a copy of it. The .NET team released Preview 2 of .NET Core 2.0 as well as a newer build of Visual Studio Preview 15.3 […]

  • 7 lesser known hacks for debugging in Visual Studio

    Post originally appeared at: Please refer the thread for more discussion, this is for reference purpose only.   The Visual Studio debugger is a magical beast that can save you loads of time while finding and fixing issues in your application. It is chock-full of tools that can make debugging easier… if you know […]

  • The fastest way to split a string using CLR

    The original post appeared here: Please visit the original website for more discussion, this is for reference purpose only.   using System; using System.Collections; using System.Data; using System.Data.SqlClient; using System.Data.SqlTypes; using Microsoft.SqlServer.Server; public partial class UserDefinedFunctions { [Microsoft.SqlServer.Server.SqlFunction( FillRowMethodName = “FillRow_Multi”, TableDefinition = “item nvarchar(4000)” ) ] public static IEnumerator SplitString_Multi( [SqlFacet(MaxSize = -1)] […]