This article includes a description of the monitoring process for the session logon/logout, connect/disconnect (regarding terminal and client sessions). Obtained results will be then used in the next article ”Creating process in the session”.
The project is a simple Temperature Converter WPF Application which will allow user to convert from Celsius to Fahrenheit and vice versa. The objective however is to demonstrate techniques that are important when building large-scale front-end enterprise software.
Create a smart Java component used as accordion menu. Explains how to create visual transition effects, and simple icons management. Also shows how to create a hierarchy of components with an easy cascade management.
The subject of thread safety is often overlooked by even experienced developers. When designing an application or service to be utilized by multiple internal and external threads, one must account for potential issues arising from concurrent access to shared data.
I have posted a recent article on the ProgressViewModel to show a software design that can be used for background processing in C# 4.0. This article extends that design with the ability to ouput more than one progress.
An introduction to async / await, popular mistakes and solutions for asynchronous programming, as well as usages and benefits from using asynchronous programming. We will also discuss interesting patterns based on concurrency.
In this article I will demonstrate two things: First a very basic and simple code snippet to show how we can use task factory to make our web applications more responsive, the next part will be on how to use the SignalR to broadcast messages from the Web Server to all the clients connected.
.NET 4 brings a powerful Task library to support a piece of code to run in parallel processors. What it does just simply spawns threads into multiple processes using the newly written task libraries (System.Threading.Tasks) in mscorlib 4.0. Task libraries contain methods like For, ForEach and Invok