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C# And The MetadataType Attribute

#csharp, #metadata

Suppose you have a database first approach when building a web application. If your database changes often and you need to regenerate the model class, you will lose all of the attributes you had already applied to the model class such as the ones for validation, label names etc. This approach can be very inefficient and you can lose important attributes of your fields.

Simple WPF Reporting

#wpf, #reporting

Reporting in WPF (XAML) made easy.

Dynamically generating classes in runtime

#csharp, #reflection

Reflection API in .NET is one of the most powerful and incredible features of it. And along with DLR it enables a whole new look at what can be done in .NET languages.

A Hitchhikers Guide to the CoreCLR Source Code

#csharp, #coreclr

Just over 2 years ago Microsoft open-sourced the entire .NET framework, this posts attempts to provide a ‘Hitchhikers Guide’ to the source-code found in the CoreCLR GitHub repository.


#csharp, #cli

A C# .NET Class Library containing tools for parsing the command line arguments of console applications.

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