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Build a Photo Viewer Using the New FTP Classes in .NET 2.0
Yet another highly useful but underappreciated feature of .NET 2.0? How about the FTPWebRequest and FtpWebResponse classes
? These nifty classes
let you built FTP file access right into your applications. See how it's done with this handy photo viewer example.
In this article I will discuss some classes
I've written to simplify working with enumerations. The primary thrust of these classes
is added functionality, but in some cases there are performance improvements as well.
Creating a Class Factory with C# and .NET
Class factories are a very useful and powerful design pattern that can facilitate the creation and use of classes
without prior knowledge of what those classes
RAII (Resource Acquisition Is Initialization) C# helper classes
Some useful RAII C# helper classes
for functionality that does not implement IDisposable.
Getting Rid of Your Code Behind
You know you should be moving code out from behind your forms, windows and web pages and into stand-alone classes. Everyone preaches that this is what to do, everyone shows you examples of ViewModel classes, but no one really shows you a real-world example of how to get rid of the code behind.
Dumping .NET classes to debug output
Class to convert .NET classes
into readable debug output with less effort
A C# data import caching solution utilizing generics and your existing business classes.
Leverage your existing classes
and the power of generics to speed up and simplify importing denormalized data into your system.
Dynamic... But Fast: The Tale of Three Monkeys, A Wolf and the DynamicMethod and ILGenerator Classes
How to use the DynamicMethod and ILGenerator classes
to create dynamic code at runtime that outperforms reflection
Cryptography : Symmetric Encryption by Symmetric Algorithm Classes – Part 1
This Blog enable you to understand the basic of Cryptography with Symmetric Encryption Algorithm Classes
Data and Command Bindings for Silverlight MVVM Applications
This article summerizes two utility classes
used for data and command bindings in Silverlight MVVM applications and demonstrates how to use the two classes
with a running example.