Tuple is a very useful type introduced in .NET Framework 4.0. This article offers an insight into the Tuple class, and shows you how to create a data structure and different ways of using it in a .NET program.
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Now in WCF 4.0, developers can create services that act as a Router to route messages to other client WCF services based on the requests from the clients. This feature is called WCF Routing Service. Read this article to learn more about it.
WCF 4.0 introduces a couple of service discovery techniques that the client can use to discover services dynamically through client probing or service announcement. WCF 4.0 provides the ability of dynamic discovery, which allows the client to probe for the services or reversely the services can also announce their presence on the network. Read on to learn more.
Design Patterns are defined as the existing solutions to recurring problems in software development using programming languages like C#. Factory pattern is one among them. This article focuses on explaining the pattern itself and show casing the software development hurdles that it resolves in C# programming.
This article shows you how to consume an RSS feed in Silverlight and discusses fetching the results and binding them onto the Silverlight DataGrid.
Arun Karthick discusses how to implement the print option, which is bundled along with the 4.0 version of Silverlight SDK, in a Silverlight application.