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10 Ways to Improve the Performance of Your WPF Application

Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) applications are often classified as applications that are resource hungry, and yes they are. However, you can still improve their performance to a greater extent by following few techniques that we'll examine in this tutorial.

Typography in Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF)

WPF lets us discover the rich typographic features available in both the OpenType Fonts. In particular it leverages the ClearType font rendering capabilities which use sub-pixel spacing and anti-aliasing features. Read along to learn a few techniques in WPF that will help you do typography text manipulations.

10 Ways To Improve Your ASP.NET Applications With IIS 7

The latest version of the Microsoft Web Server, IIS, offers a good amount of features that the ASP.NET developer should capitalize on. Read along as we explores a few such features that will help improve your ASP.NET app development.

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