The .NET framework is a software framework (designed mainly for the Microsoft Windows operating system). It includes an implementation of the Base Class Library, Common Language Runtime, and Dynamic Language Runtime. It supports many programming languages, including C#, VB.NET, F# and C++.
In this post for Umbraco CMS we will learn regarding creating Visual Studio Solution. Main motive behind creating VS Solution is to work in proper structured manner and when work in team it is helpful so that Team can Commit their file changes under Source Control when developing with Umbraco CMS. In the Introduction post you can read the brief roadmap about posts […]
In this post we will see how to start with Umbraco CMS website development with ASP.NET MVC. In previous Introduction post here you can read the brief roadmap about posts on Umbraco MVC. Step 1 – Download Latest Umbraco release Download fresh installation of Umbraco CMS from Official Umbraco Site. For this post Umbraco version 7.1.1 is used and use […]
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 […]
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 […]
Many of us would have been creating setups for applications either using WinForms or WPF and other such, but we really ignore the fact that users might not have all the prerequisites that our application requires to work. Possibilities for that might be one or more as below: User do have .NET framework even installed. […]