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Links 1 through 10 of 171 by Atif Aziz tagged .net

“ILRepack is meant at replacing ILMerge / Mono.Merge. The former being closed-source, impossible to customize, slow, resource consuming and many more. The later being deprecated, unsupported, and based on an old version of Mono.Cecil.”

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“C# 4.0 framework to allow you to wrap any object (static or dynamic) with a static interface even though it didn't inherit from it. It does this by emitting cached dynamic binding code inside a proxy. By expanding on the DLR plumbing used to implement this library, it has grown to support more general dynamic implementations. Other features include Really Late Binding, Inline Syntaxes, Currying, some dynamic extensions for FSharp, and unsealed Dynamic Objects including a fully dynamic MVVM ViewModel.”

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Stephen Toub presents PauseToken & PauseTokenSource and how to use them to enable pausing of async tasks.

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Documentation on using Jolt.NET to parse and query XML doc comments.

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Blog entries on Muhammad Shujaat Siddiqi's blog dissecting Portable Class Library in Visual Studio and the runtime.

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Daniel Plaisted discusses how a project can benefit from being implemented as a Portal Class Library and what strategies can be used for the non-portable bits.

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“t turns out that XmlSerializer is to blame which generates a C# file in your TEMP folder, compiles it with the C# compiler csc.exe, loads this assembly into the application and removes all traces from your disc after it has done its work. This operation can cost you 0.3 - 2s of your application startup time so it is most of the time worth investigating.”

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“Flee is an expression parser and evaluator for the .NET framework. It allows you to compute the value of string expressions such as sqrt(a^2 + b^2) at runtime. It uses a custom compiler, strongly-typed expression language, and lightweight codegen to compile expressions directly to IL. This means that expression evaluation is extremely fast and efficient. Try out the demo, which lets you generate images based on expressions, and see for yourself.”

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Dave Wheeler presents and blows the lid on WinRT from a .NET programmer's perspective.

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