Leveraging Windows Error Reporting (WER) to use Microsoft's existing infrastructure for providing end users with patches and workarounds, a critical aspect of the application life-cycle management.
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The article will help the readers understand what size_t and ptrdiff_t types are, what they are used for and when they must be used. The article will be interesting for those developers who begin creation of 64-bit applications where use of size_t and ptrdiff_t types provides high performance, possibility to operate large data sizes and portability between different platforms.
This article explains how one can use WPF and Windows Forms windows from native code as modal windows, and what are the problems that can arise and what are the solutions.
Implement delegates in C++ (which normally most of C++ compilers don't support) in a way that is really easy and that is cross-compiler compatible.
Correctly managing the release of heap-allocated memory and other resources has been one of the great challenges of C and C++ development for decades. The new shared_ptr class, shipping with Visual Studio 2008 SP1 and Visual Studio 2010, makes dealing with resource management dramatically simpler.
MFC-extension class for handling Windows API errors
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Learn more about a few commonly used components and explore their utility and usages.
Make a RESTful call from a UWP app to the Azure management API, the same API the portal uses, to start and stop an app service.
Using VB Namespaces can help tremendously in achieving your goal of keeping your code organized.