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Peachpie is a latest PHP compiler released by Microsoft. It opens the door for PHP developers in the .net development world and vice-versa. However, it is still a concept and under progress.


Assemblies in C#

Assemblies are the building blocks of the .net framework. An assembly is a collection of types and resources that are building to work together and form logical units of functionality.

By Allen Scott posted   10 months ago

Concurrent Collections in C#

Traditional collection classes are using with a lock, but concurrent collection classes are lock free. So, it will often use in parallel programming for performance concern.

 C# C#  .NET 
By Anupam Mishra posted   one year ago

Non-Blocking Synchronization in C#

The .NET frameworks introduced ‘Non-Blocking Synchronization’ for highly concurrent and performance critical scenarios. It constructs to perform operations without ever blocking, pausing or waiting.

By Anupam Mishra posted   one year ago

Synchronization in C#

In a multithreaded environment, each thread has its own local thread stack and registers. If multiple threads access the same resource for read and write, this will cause a resource conflict and the value may be changed unexpectedly.

By Anupam Mishra posted   one year ago

Task Parallel Library (Task Parallelism) in C#

The Task Parallel Library is a basic concept of a task (i.e. a unit of work ), which represents an asynchronous operation. The term “Task parallelism” refers to one or more independent asynchronous tasks running concurrently i.e. in parallel.

By Anupam Mishra posted   one year ago

Multithreading with the BackgroundWorker Component in ASP .NET

The BackgroundWorker class allows you to run an operation on a separate, dedicated thread when you want a responsive UI and you are facing long delays associated with such operations, the BackgroundWorker class provides a convenient solution.

By Anupam Mishra posted   one year ago

Introduction of Code Access Security in .Net Framework

The common language runtime and the .net framework provide many useful classes and services that enable developers to easily write secure code and enable system administrator to customize the permissions granted to code so that it can access protecte

By Kamlakar Singh posted   one year ago

Event Delegate in C#

In this article, I’m explaining about the event and delegate in C#.


Hashtable And Dictionary in C#

In this article I’m explaining about Hashtable VS Dictionary in C#.

Custom Error Page in Asp.Net Mvc 4

In this article, I’m explaining how to create a custom error page and invoke it when an error comes in the application using mvc 4.

Dynamic Linq Library in C#

I would like to share, how to use Dynamic linq library in C#.

 .NET C#  .NET  ASP.Net  Dll 
By Devesh Omar posted   2 years ago

Difference Between COM and DCOM

Difference between COM and DCOM

By Arun Singh posted   4 years ago

Creating C# Class Library (DLL) Using Visual Studio .NET

Creating C# Class Library in Visual Studio .NET is an easy way. Here I have describe, How to create DLL in Visual Studio and How to access this DLL in our project. Here I used Visual Studio 2010.


Insert, Delete, Update in GridView in ASP.Net using C#

ASP.NET GridView is a very common and useful control. Here, I’m explaining how to work with GridView control in ASP.NET, like how to insert, update and Delete records in GridView control.

Introduction to .NET Framework

“The Microsoft .NET framework is a software component which can be added to the Microsoft windows operating system. It provides a large body of pre-coded solution to common program requirement and managed the execution of programs written specifically for the framework.”



Each computer where the common language runtime is installed has a machine-wide code cache called the global assembly cache. The global assembly cache stores .net assemblies specifically designated to be shared by several applications on the computer.


CLR in .net framework

The most important component of .NET Framework is CLR (Common Language Runtime).


Introduction to inheritance

Inheritance is the ability to create a class from another class, the "parent" class, extending the functionality and state of the parent in the derived, or "child" class.

 C# C#  .NET  OOPS 
By Arun Singh posted   4 years ago

Microsoft Distributed Technology

Here in this article I will introduce you some of common technologies introduced by Microsoft. Here I will give you a brief introduction upon COM component, DCOM, Enterprise Services, .NET FRAMEWORK REMOTING, MSMQ (Microsoft Message Queue), Windows Services, Web Services and WCF (Windows Communication Foundation.)


Array in C#.NET

When we want to store values of same data type then we create number of variables of same data type which reduce the performance of application as well as efficiency.


Single Dimension Array In C#.NET

Whenever you want to store values in a single row then we follow the concept of single dimension array. In a single dimension array we need only one index to access the member of array.


Multidimensional Array In C#.NET

When we want to store the information in the format of rows and columns then we use the concept of multidimensional array. Best example of multidimensional array is Microsoft Excel in which all the information is stored in the format of rows and columns.


Jagged Array In C#.NET

Whenever we want to store the information in the hierarchical format or parent child relationship then we use the concept of Jagged Array. Jagged array is defined as array of array. When we used concept of Jagged array then firstly we create parents then we creates child of each parent.


Collection and Generic Collection Classes in C# .NET

Collection classes are used for data storage and manipulate (sort, insert, remove etc) the data.

By Amit Singh posted   6 years ago

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