Tag: C#

  • .Net Application Architecture Guidance Free Ebooks

    Application Architecture Guidance Practical advice, best practices, and sample applications for using .NET with microservices, Docker containers, Kubernetes, Xamarin, ASP.NET, Azure, Service Fabric, and more. Microservices and Docker Containers Microservices are small, modular, and independently deployable services. Docker containers (for Linux and Windows) simplify deployment and testing by bundling a service and its dependencies into […]

  • Free eBook on Xamarin.Forms Enterprise App Patterns Published

    Post originally appeared at: https://visualstudiomagazine.com/articles/2017/09/06/free-xamarin-book.aspx?m=1   Microsoft has been publishing a series of free eBooks and accompanying blog posts providing guidance about .NET application architecture best practices, with the latest focusing on Xamarin.Forms patterns. Previous guidance addressed microservices architecture, containerized Docker apps and modern Web apps with ASP.NET and Microsoft Azure. The guidance consists of […]

  • Using Effects in Xamarin Forms

    The post originally appeared at: https://www.thewissen.io/effects-xamarin-forms/ 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 […]

  • 7 lesser known hacks for debugging in Visual Studio

    Post originally appeared at: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/visualstudio/2017/06/26/7-lesser-known-hacks-for-debugging-in-visual-studio/ 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: http://sqlblog.com/blogs/adam_machanic/archive/2009/04/28/sqlclr-string-splitting-part-2-even-faster-even-more-scalable.aspx 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)] […]