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by Abhijit Jana
How to track an object which is Out of Scope while Debugging?
by Dave Kerr
Promises are a core feature of AngularJS - whether you understand them or not, if you use AngularJS you've almost certainly been using them for a while.In this post I'm going to explain what promises are, how they work, where they're used and finally how to use them effectively.Once we've got the co
by Shabbir Lathsaheb
Another useful feature of delegates is the ability to execute a method asynchronously. That is, through a delegate, you can begin invocation of a method and then return immediately while the delegate executes its method in a separate thread. Your page execution does not need to wait for that method
by Gil Fink
Back to Basics – Reading a File into Memory Stream Today I was asked to help a developer with a simple task she had. That task included reading an image file into a memory stream in order to send the image through an e-mail attachment. This post will show you how to do exactly that. Reading a File

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by Arkadeep De
Introduction:In this post we will discuss about the two major methods of DataTable in C#. One is Copy() and another one is Clone(). Though these two are sounds identical but there are huge difference between these two. Lets see what are those..Description:There are two things to copy or clone of a D
by Arkadeep De
Introduction:There are 4 major properties of Object Oriented Programming (OOPs) as you know. These areAbstractionEncapsulationInheritancePolymorphismAmong of these four properties or features we will discuss about the first two (Abstraction and Encapsulation) in this post. Description:So what actual
by Leonid Ganeline
Originally posted on:[v.2.9.0 2015-08-19] I've decided to keep live the first version of this post. It is interesting how tests evolve and how results change. V.1.0.10 see here. The v.2 was inspired by OniBait, thanks a lot!
by Leonid Ganeline
Originally posted on: post is obsolete and kept only for sentimental reasons :)Please go to the v.2 of this article.The project code is on GitHub. Any distributed system requires serializing to transfer data through the wires.


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