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I'm developing a project that will be released as a DLL. I want to offer an API, where the user can hook into some working process of my program.
In a function "sendMail", an object of type Mail will be initialized and send.
Now, before I send this Mail-Object, I want to give the user the possibility to write own code in an own project, that extends my API and manipulate the Mail-Object, before it is send through my API.
You get an idea of what I want to do in this video (3:16):
The API offers a class RenderTask, that can be inherit by your own class, overwriting a Method ProcessPreRender.
Just by overwriting it, the new code will be executed in the API. I have no idea how to implement a Class in my project before I actually know if it really exists.
Hope I explain my problem right and you got an idea of it.
Maybe this is a standard-scenario in c# OOP, but I didn't find any kind of example.
I recently heard about Microsoft's move toward open-source technology by open-sourcing its .NET compiler through project Roslyn. The question is what is the reason behind such a big move? and also the availability of the compiler source free to everyone ?
Hello akramKamal I have used your youtube video downloader from codeproject.If now I want to design some thing like this which books and dll files I have to read.If here any expert please answer . <a href="/Members/akramKamal">@akramKamal</a>
If you are referring to YouTube Downloader Using C# .NET[^] then you should post a message at that tip's message forum (scroll all the way to the bottom) so that he will get a notification. Posting this here relies on him just happening by and seeing it.
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hi guru of dotnet!
I'm a poor beginner in dotnet (and in english language too ) but I've a question for you:
I'm coming from a complete rewrite of my VBA code with wich I wrote a time control about use of PC for my son & daugther (they have to be limited to 2 hours per day!) in which I've inserted two global Keyboard and Mouse hooks using Window's API to check if some user activity is in progress to restart countdown or shutdown system. The VBA code works fine in both my Win7 x32 & x64 machines but I'm not able to code the correct hooks in vb.net: it works well in the x32 one but in x64 mouse hook stops to work after a short time! (in the Web I read the OS stops the hook based on timeout of 300/500 Msecs (my timer is 1000 msecs) and that the injection of dll32 in 64 bit code has a lot of problems... I'm reading now about a Row Input system to free OS from hooks but I'm not able to knowledge anythink about!!! So the question is: can I have a vb.net example to perform both traps for a keypressed from keyboard AND a Mouse move (not interested on which key was pressed and so on...) to know date&time of that event to handle them by my code?
Thanking in advantage for any help you'll give to me, send my best regards.
There is a big difference between helping you and doing it for you. You are asking someone to create a program for you, for which you would need to go to a site that you can advertise for a programmer and then hire someone to write this code for you. CodeProject is not such a site.
If you had a specific problem with some code that you had written, then we could probably help.