Part one of a series that illustrates using WCF to communicate between a Windows service and client application.
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Create a class to add Error, Warning, and Information entries in the Windows event log.
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Discover how to interchange information between sibling forms of a parent form. In many cases, especially in MDI applications, you need to interchange information between child forms that are instantiated by the same parent. In such cases, delegates are a suitable way to exchange information.
Build a Windows Event Log Watcher Service Process to Export Event Log Entries as an RSS feed using System.Diagnostics.EventLog, EntryWritten, and EnableRaisingEvents.
Microsoft Foundation Classes continue to play an important role for C++ developers. Discover how to upgrade an existing application with MFC 9's full support for the Windows Vista look-and-feel.
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