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Custom User Interface for MSI Packages Using C# .NET

Windows installer has its own way to display installer user interface which is far different from other technologies. MSI supports few controls compared to .Net or other platform. Though it is not very difficult, still it is hard job to develop sophisticated installation package with good user interface, even after using well known installer software. NvnInstaller.MsiDotNet api makes this job easier.

C# Programming: Using Generic Factory Classes to Create Generic Exception Handlers

Exception handling can be a costly affair and should be used meticulously as it undoubtedly serves as an integral part of our applications and shouldn't be sidelined for any reason. The common problem in implementing an exception handling mechanism is the dependency on the library after we create a provider. This C# tutorial looks at the possibility of switching the providers easily.

Using the Task Parallel Library and PLINQ to Go Parallel

With more and more computers using a multi-core processor, the free lunch of increased clock speeds and the inherent performance gains are over. Software developers must instead make sure their applications take use of all the cores available in an efficient manner. New features in .NET 4.0 mean that managed code developers too can join the party.

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