September 2, 2014
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An Introduction to Microsoft Roslyn

Roslyn is a project carried out by Microsoft that allows the C# and VB compilers in the .NET framework to expose certain APIs that can be explicitly invoked from other .NET applications. Read on for an overview of Microsoft Roslyn.

Top 7 Features of HTML5

HTML5 supports new features required by modern websites. Arun Karthic lists his top 7 favorites, and did we mention they are backwards compatible?

Learn about Code Contracts in .NET Framework 4.0

In this article we will show you how to utilize Code Contracts in the .NET framework 4.0 using the Design By Contract principle. These contracts play an important role for developers who are creating reusable libraries.

Code Coverage for .NET applications: An Insight

In this article I will provide you with some insights about running code coverage on .net framework applications. I will be creating the code coverage report by running code coverage on a sample piece of code using Visual Studio 2010 tools

Using the ViewBox Control in Silverlight

The Viewbox control was introduced in Silverlight initially as a part of the Silverlight toolkit and now has been included with Silverlight 4.0. Read this article to learn about the Silverlight ViewBox control and how to use it in a Silverlight application.

Implementing AutoComplete Text Functionality in Silverlight

AutoComplete text functionality has become a popular part of application development. Read this article to learn about implementation of AutoComplete functionality in Silverlight using an AutoCompleteBox control.

How to Use MEF in Silverlight

In this article I will explain about the Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) and demonstrate the its use in Silverlight. I will also provide the source code of a sample Silverlight application implementing the MEF concept.

Implementing Windows Notification functionality using Silverlight 4.0

Microsoft Silverlight now supports Windows Notification. Read through this article to learn about implementing Silverlight 4.0 Windows notification functionality in an Out-Of-Browser application.

Implementing Data Validation in Silverlight

Data validation is always an important task while developing an application of any sort. In this article I will explain the concept of data validation in Silverlight 4.0 applications.

Calling a WCF service in Silverlight

Recently Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) has generated a lot of interest in the .net world. This tutorial will show you how to create and consume a WCF service in a Silverlight application.

Creating User Controls in Silverlight

Usercontrols are very useful in terms of creating project level re-usable controls. Read this tutorial to learn about creating and using a usercontrol in a Silverlight application.

Implementing an Out-Of-Browser Application in Silverlight

It is commonly assumed that Silverlight applications are strictly meant to run on the browser, which is not true. In this tutorial I will show you how to implement an Out-Of-Browser application in Silverlight.

How to Create a Media Player in Silverlight

Silverlight provides a wide range of multimedia support which includes video files, audio files and photos. In this article we will learn how to handle and implement multimedia in a Silverlight application.

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