C# is a high level, general-purpose object-oriented programming language created by Microsoft.
Serialize and Deserialize the Plain Old CLR Object (POCO) class is the theme of this post and I will be discussing regarding XML-based Serialization and Deserialization. Note: This post is purely about Serialization and not regarding how to write Serializable POCO classes. Image Illustration POST Index Serialization Definition Conversion Steps Involved Source Code Deserialization Definition Conversion Steps Involved Source […]
This a quick post regarding how to validate US and Canada phone number in very possible formats. Requirements: To determine whether a user entered a North American phone number in a common format, including the local area code. The supported formats are 1234567890, 123-456-7890, 123.456.7890, 123 456 7890, (123) 456 7890, and all related combinations. […]
This post is to share my experience with Global Windows Azure Boot camp event that happened in Ahmedabad. About The Event The event was about getting started with Windows Azure and Getting started with the Windows Azure Training Kit for any developers whether experienced or fresher and working on any programming platforms. The event was also about how […]
Some brief before we continue Hi! In the last article on this topic here MULTIFILE ASSEMBLY part – I, I had talked conceptually about creating multi-file assembly and possible usages. In this post we will have more insights on the implementation part regarding multi-file assembly and using MEF to apply the concept practically in the […]
HB Code – Line of business application for WPF This project is made available as open-source and hosted freely on www.codeplex.com. Prerequisites Object-oriented programming using C#.NET and LINQ. Nuget package usage. Basic knowledge of WPF application building such as input controls, container controls, triggers, styles, templates. Entity Framework, currently knowing any of versions of […]
What is Multi-file assembly? It is an application assembly either web-based or desktop-based which spans across many files to support extensibility and dynamically adding new features. What is Modules? Modules means class files such as Program.cs or frmMain.cs, in context of assemblies. Usage of Multi-file assembly Using different modules written in different .NET based programming languages […]