See how you can use the .NET framework to create your own wrapper classes in C# programming to help boost your application performance when accessing a bunch of reference or other look-up type data that you frequently use.
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Explore how to use the .NET Framework to respond to the operating system notifications that a new file has been created in a particular directory. Use FTP to upload the file to an FTP site of your choosing and then move the file to an alternate location.
Explore how to use classes in the .NET Framework to upload images in to your web applications, create consistently sized versions, thumb nails for preview, and then store them for retrieval and use.
Learn the practice of using projections in your LINQ statements to ensure you are not over retrieving data values from your Entity Framework model.
Learn how to use table-valued parameters, introduced in SQL Server 2008, to boost the performance and scalability of your .NET framework applications. You'll also see an example of how to create and use the user-defined type.
Read along to learn the nuts and bolts of how to consume an RSS feed from the CodeGuru.com website using the .NET framework. It demonstrates a simple object model for holding the content and how to read it using the System.Net.WebRequest.
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Arun Karthick introduces you to the state machine model and shows you how to create a simple working state machine sample using the .NET framework in the C# language.