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Using ASP.NET Runtime in Desktop Applications

The first part of this article explains how to use an ASP.NET script in a Windows application to generate HTML output. The second part discusses the WebBrowser control and shows how to display the HTML output generated in the first part.

.NET Tracing Tutorial

Trace and Debug .NET classes are used to include tracing support in .NET applications. This article explains the use of these classes and implementations of tracing filtering mechanisms.

Detecting Resource Leaks

Memory and handles are precious Windows resources. This article explains how to detect memory and handle leaks in an application by using perfmon.

Debugging Tips

Using good debugging practices and techniques are central to success of a project. This article lays down good debugging practices and presents tips for debugging C and C++ projects.

Implementing a Generic Object State Dumper

Every .NET object has the ToString method that can be used to dump its state. This article explains implementating a generic object state dumper mechanism that can be used across all objects.

.NET Web Services Tutorial

Writing .NET Web services without using Visual Studio can be tricky. Learn how to create a Web Service without using Visual Studio .NET.

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