Latest beginner tagged on ".NET"

  • Peachpie

    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....

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  • 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....

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  • 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....

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  • 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....

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  • 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....

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C#  .NET  Hashtable 
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  • 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....

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C#  .NET  ASP.Net  Dll 
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  • 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....

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  • The .NET Framework is the infrastructure for the Microsoft .NET platform. The .NET Framework is an environment for building, deploying, and running Web applications and Web Services....

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