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New Version Offers Revamped Platform Builder, Improved Tools, Enhanced API, and Source Code  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Windows CE .NET, the newest member of the .NET family, includes a number of improvements over previous versions of Windows CE. For example, there are quite a few new APIs and enhancements to security and connectivity, the user interface, the kernel, and the emulator. In addition, DirectX support has been added and C++ in Windows CE .NET now supports C++ exceptions, STL, and runtime type information. In this article the author takes a tour of Windows CE .NET, starting with the New Platform Wizard...

Deserialization Progress, and More  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 14  |  Today: 0Author: Stephen Toub      Rating:  
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In my Windows® Forms application, I use a BinaryFormatter to save a large amount of application state, sometimes serializing to disk very large objects. At a later point, this state file needs to be loaded and deserialized by the application, and this deserialization process can take a measurable amount of time. Currently for both serialization and deserialization, I show a marquee progress bar, but that only provides an indication to the user that something is happening. For deserialization, I'...

The Win32 Foundation Classes (WFC) - Version 45  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 85  |  Today: 0Author: Sam Blackburn      Rating:  
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Win32 Foundation Classes (WFC) is a library of C++ classes that extend Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC) to do NT specific things. Microsoft has chosen to focus their efforts on making MFC do pretty GUI things rather that application development things. MFC views the world through GUI colored glasses. There's no real support for doing any sort of interesting application in MFC. Oh sure, there's database support but that is GUI-slanted (assumes the application will present the database in a GUI)...

Windows File and Registry Virtualization     
Total Hits: 187  |  Today: 0Author: Mohammad Elsheimy      Rating:  
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Enabling UAC (User Access Control) feature in Windows Vista, Administrator users in Windows Vista, by default, don't have administrative privileges. Every Windows process has two security tokens associated with it, one with normal user privileges and one with admin privileges. With applications that require administrative privileges, the user can elevate the application to run with Administrator rights. And that process is called Elevation....

Manipulating and Editing Registry with .NET     
Total Hits: 169  |  Today: 0Author: Sanjay Shravan      Rating:  
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The Registry has a hierarchical structure much like that of the file system. The usual way of viewing and editing the registry key is by using the tools called regedit.exe and you can open it by typing regedit.exe in the run command. Quite a lot of times, you also need to write and edit the registry keys on your code or in ASP.NET and you probably haven't done it before. In this article I will teach you how to do it using .NET classes. Microsoft has included all the library that can be used to ...

Log events in VC     
Total Hits: 242  |  Today: 0Author: wshcdr      Rating:  
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Sometimes, we need to log some behaviores of our codes, and when the program goes wrong , we could know the reason quickly, so someone would write a Logger himself, but we have a better choice, the windows EventLog service. Be familar with windows DLL, and know how to create the DLL project....

4GT RAM Tuning     
Total Hits: 202  |  Today: 0Author: Amir Harel      Rating:  
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4GT is mechanism that expands applications virtual address from 2048 (2 GB) up to 3072 (3 GB). (On 32-bit editions of Windows, applications have 4 gigabyte (GB) of virtual address space available. The virtual address space is divided so that 2 GB is available to the application and the other 2 GB is available only to the system. For applications that are memory-intensive the use of a larger virtual address space can provide considerable performance and scalability benefits....

Managing Directories in .NET     
Total Hits: 645  |  Today: 0Author: Steven Swafford      Rating:  
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Using the System.IO namespace you can accomplish many actions such as deleting and copying files and directories. This article covers a few methods for managing file system directories in .NET....

Reading XML Files     
Total Hits: 739  |  Today: 0Author: Rajendra kumar Yerra      Rating:  
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The main reason for writing this simple article is so many guys are asking doubts how to read Xml ,how to Write Xml in DotnetSpider Questions section. I Thought this article Will helpful for beginners. You can also find an article about how to write Xml document at
http://www.dotnetspider.com/kb/SubmitSample.aspx?ArticleId=2066...

What's New in .Net 2.0 - Configuring Applications the New Way with the ConfigurationManager Class     
Total Hits: 485  |  Today: 0Author: Michael G      Rating:  
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Microsoft now disapproves of the use of ConfigurationSettings (in the System.Configuration namespace) for the retrieval of application and machine configuration settings (from the application.exe.config and machine.config files respectively). The .Net Framework 2.0 now exposes a ConfigurationManager class that "replaces" ConfigurationSettings....

_dispCommandBarControlEvents_SinkHelper Class     
Total Hits: 459  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft      Rating:  
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This class supports the .NET Framework infrastructure and is not intended to be used directly from your code....

EnvDTE Namespace     
Total Hits: 643  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft      Rating:  
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EnvDTE is an assembly-wrapped COM library containing the objects and members for Visual Studio core automation.Library content is unchanged from prior versions of Visual Studio. All changes and new functionality are contained in EnvDTE80....

How to: Access Automation in Console Projects     
Total Hits: 468  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft      Rating:  
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Automation members are not used exclusively in add-ins, macros, or wizards. You can use them with any Visual Studio project type. The following procedure demonstrates how to reference and use automation objects and members within a console project....

Attaching to Specific Instances of the IDE     
Total Hits: 477  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft      Rating:  
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There are two ways to attach to a specific instance of the Visual Studio integrated development environment (IDE) when multiple instances are running.Both of these methods use monikers. A moniker is a name that is bound to an object — in this case, the IDE — that can be used to locate, activate, and access the bound object. You do not need specific information about the location of the actual object. In this regard, it works like a shortcut does with a program in Windows....

How to: Get References to the DTE and DTE2 Objects     
Total Hits: 625  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft      Rating:  
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In the EnvDTE assembly, the DTE object represents the Visual Studio integrated development environment (IDE) and is the highest level object in the automation model hierarchy. All automation applications must have a reference to this object to gain access to the core automation model. That continues to be the case with Visual Studio 2005....

Exploring Non-Generic Collections     
Total Hits: 386  |  Today: 0Author: Michael G      Rating:  
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IEnumerable: This is a base System.Collection namespace interface. It enables foreach iterations over an underlying collection of objects. To be able to use foreach against a collection in a class or struct, that class or struct must implement the IEnumerable interface. The IEnumerable interface requires that you implement just one method: GetEnumerator(). GetEnumerator() returns an object that implements the IEnumerator interface (discussed below)....

How to: Add References to the EnvDTE and EnvDTE80 Namespaces     
Total Hits: 560  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft      Rating:  
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When you add a reference to EnvDTE or EnvDTE80, you have the choice of using a .NET assembly or a COM library version. The one you should choose depends upon your project. If you are maintaining an older automation application or add-in, you might need to use the COM version of EnvDTE or EnvDTE80. If you are creating a new managed automation application or add-in, though, you will most likely want to use the .NET assembly version....

C#: A Message Queuing Service Application     
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This article outlines a Windows service solution designed to process several message queues, focusing on the application of the Microsoft .NET Framework and C#....

Writing Exceptional Code     
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I've had some interesting discussions recently about the move from the "error code" style of error handling to the use of exceptions in the .NET world, and that's the main reason I've decided to devote a couple of columns to the subject (the secondary reason being that my column is due tomorrow, and I haven't thought of any other topics).This month, we'll talk about the how's and why's of using exceptions, and next month we'll talk about the ins and outs of writing exception classes....

Custom Attributes with .NET     
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Write custom attributes for code documentation. Get yourself acquainted with attributes, how they work, how to apply them, and how to read them from assembly metadata. This article will open your eyes to how .NET uses attributes and the possible use of attributes in your own applications....



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