Generics is a great concept in programming languages that was added to .Net 2.0 , it introduces the parameter T to types and methods. Generics improve code reusability, enforces type safety and prevents performance overhead of boxing/unboxing. Continue reading Demystifying Generics in C#
In this article, I will be explaining the difference between using String and StringBuilder when dealing with your string values. and in which cases you should never use String. and other cases where StringBuilder is not the optimal solution. Continue reading The Difference Between String and StringBuilder in C#
Explaining 3 ways to dump object in c# , including the Object Dumper, Json Serializer and Yaml Serializer Continue reading How to Dump Object for Debugging Purposes in C#?
The BackgroundWorker is an event-driven way to perform an operation on a separate and dedicated thread. The BackgroundWorker is mostly used when you need to show the user a friendly progress while you are operating a long running process such as downloading files, connecting to database and getting results…etc. The idea behind the BackgroundWorker comes from its name; it processes some operations in the background and any other operation can be performed in parallel meanwhile. Continue reading Background Worker in C#
Displaying friendly names for enumeration elements using the Description annotation Continue reading How to Display Friendly Names for Enumerations in C#?
Extension methods is a great feature in .Net that allows developers to add or extend methods of existing types or classes and call them naturally, as if they are part of these types or classes Continue reading Understanding Extension Methods in .Net
>>> Article has moved to codingsonata.com Do you know that you can write a nested conditional statement in .net with true and false sides in a single line of code? Yes, this is possible. It can be done using the ternary/binary If operators in vb.net and their equivalent operators, the conditional operator ? : and the null coalescing operator ?? In additional to the above, and … Continue reading Single Line Conditional Operators in .Net