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Articles by Philip Laureano (Articles: 10, Technical Blogs: 19)

Articles: 10, Technical Blogs: 19

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Average article rating: 4.75

Applications & Tools
Tools with source code
Posted: 14 Mar 2005   Updated: 14 Mar 2005   Views: 112,394   Rating: 3.54/5    Votes: 20   Popularity: 4.55
Licence: The Code Project Open License (CPOL)      Bookmarked: 95   Downloaded: 2,712
Looking for multiple file output support from a single template in one pass? Then look no further.
C#
General
Posted: 26 Oct 2007   Updated: 12 Nov 2007   Views: 110,332   Rating: 4.97/5    Votes: 50   Popularity: 8.44
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 66   Downloaded: 776
Using LinFu.DynamicObject to add mixins, duck typing and multiple dispatch to your favorite .NET languages
Posted: 2 Nov 2007   Updated: 12 Nov 2007   Views: 38,912   Rating: 4.89/5    Votes: 27   Popularity: 7.00
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 43   Downloaded: 611
A library for currying delegates and for handling any event fired from any object instance
Posted: 15 Oct 2007   Updated: 12 Nov 2007   Views: 271,663   Rating: 4.97/5    Votes: 82   Popularity: 9.51
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 224   Downloaded: 3,046
A fast dynamic proxy library with support for .NET Generics
Posted: 15 Nov 2007   Updated: 15 Nov 2007   Views: 51,232   Rating: 4.89/5    Votes: 26   Popularity: 6.92
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 41   Downloaded: 556
A fully functional, yet minimalistic inversion of control container
Posted: 6 Dec 2007   Updated: 7 Dec 2007   Views: 66,479   Rating: 4.81/5    Votes: 23   Popularity: 6.55
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 46   Downloaded: 522
A library that adds transparent DbC support to any .NET language. No Eiffel.NET or Spec# required.
Posted: 31 Jan 2008   Updated: 8 Feb 2008   Views: 146,786   Rating: 4.85/5    Votes: 26   Popularity: 6.85
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 58   Downloaded: 908
Using MSBuild and Mono.Cecil to dynamically intercept static and final methods of nearly any type, including sealed types. No proxies required.
Posted: 9 Dec 2008   Updated: 9 Dec 2008   Views: 60,892   Rating: 4.98/5    Votes: 36   Popularity: 7.74
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 74   Downloaded: 415
The first article in a series of articles that describes how you can use the LinFu.IOC 2.0 container to extend your application(s).
Posted: 11 Feb 2009   Updated: 11 Feb 2009   Views: 22,442   Rating: 4.89/5    Votes: 14   Popularity: 5.61
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 28   Downloaded: 285
The second article in a series of articles that describes how you can LinFu.IOC 2.0's dependency injection capabilities to extend your application(s).
Macros and Add-ins
VS.NET Add-ins
Posted: 12 Sep 2005   Updated: 23 Sep 2005   Views: 59,363   Rating: 4.74/5    Votes: 12   Popularity: 4.54
Licence: Not specified      Bookmarked: 41   Downloaded: 1,440
Have you ever wanted to output your CodeSmith templates 'directly' into the Code Window of the VS.NET IDE? If you have, then this article is for you!

Average blogs rating: 4.87

Web Services
ATL Web Services
Posted: 1 Nov 2011   Updated: 1 Nov 2011   Views: 3,851   Rating: 0.0 / 5    Votes: 0   Popularity: 0.0
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 0   Downloaded: 0
Over the past week, I've had a few people ask me how they can use Hiro to create services that are instantiated once per web session.
C#
General
Posted: 10 Apr 2009   Updated: 10 Apr 2009   Views: 28,645   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 9   Popularity: 4.77
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 37   Downloaded: 0
A look into the design of a statically precompiled IOC container that performs as fast as an application without an IOC container.
Posted: 15 Apr 2009   Updated: 15 Apr 2009   Views: 13,621   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 5   Popularity: 3.49
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 11   Downloaded: 0
A deeper dive into the features of an ultra-lightweight IOC container, and an explanation on why less is more.
Posted: 4 May 2011   Updated: 4 May 2011   Views: 7,101   Rating: 0.0 / 5    Votes: 0   Popularity: 0.0
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 2   Downloaded: 0
LinFu.DynamicObject is flexible enough that it can let you build object instances at runtime and then 'strongly' duck type those object instances to any interface that matches the intended duck type.
.NET Framework
General
Posted: 4 May 2011   Updated: 4 May 2011   Views: 8,831   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 2   Popularity: 1.51
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 0   Downloaded: 0
Intercepting Console.WriteLine and Other Third-Party Method Calls with LinFu.AOP 2.0
Posted: 20 Oct 2011   Updated: 20 Oct 2011   Views: 12,930   Rating: 0.0 / 5    Votes: 0   Popularity: 0.0
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 2   Downloaded: 0
Ten basic principles that you can follow that will make it easier for you to understand and work with IL writing/rewriting.
Utilities
Posted: 4 May 2011   Updated: 4 May 2011   Views: 4,270   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 1   Popularity: 0.00
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 2   Downloaded: 0
One of the hidden features that LinFu.DynamicObject has is the ability to dynamically add properties and methods to itself using a shared type definition at runtime. In other words, you can have two or more LinFu.DynamicObject instances share the same DynamicType, and ...
Libraries
General
Posted: 6 Nov 2011   Updated: 6 Nov 2011   Views: 4,101   Rating: 0.0 / 5    Votes: 0   Popularity: 0.0
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 0   Downloaded: 0
Announcing the impending release of LinFu.IoC v2.0!
Posted: 6 Nov 2011   Updated: 6 Nov 2011   Views: 4,472   Rating: 0.0 / 5    Votes: 0   Popularity: 0.0
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 4   Downloaded: 0
The following code represents most of LinFu.IoC's functionality when managing service instances.
Posted: 10 Nov 2011   Updated: 10 Nov 2011   Views: 5,521   Rating: 0.0 / 5    Votes: 0   Popularity: 0.0
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 0   Downloaded: 0
The LinFu re-implementation feature list.
Posted: 10 Nov 2011   Updated: 10 Nov 2011   Views: 5,651   Rating: 0.0 / 5    Votes: 0   Popularity: 0.0
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 0   Downloaded: 0
Which option should I take, and why?
Windows API
General
Posted: 9 Apr 2013   Updated: 9 Apr 2013   Views: 3,890   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 1   Popularity: 0.00
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 5   Downloaded: 0
Building your own System.Reflection API from scratch: Choosing Nemerle.
Exception Handling
General
Posted: 4 May 2011   Updated: 4 May 2011   Views: 5,160   Rating: 0.0 / 5    Votes: 0   Popularity: 0.0
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 0   Downloaded: 0
Another useful thing that LinFu.AOP allows you to do is to intercept (and rethrow) exceptions within your applications at runtime. LinFu makes it so easy, in fact, that all you have to do is add the following lines to your CSProj file...
Threads, Processes & IPC
General
Posted: 20 Oct 2011   Updated: 20 Oct 2011   Views: 12,450   Rating: 0.0 / 5    Votes: 0   Popularity: 0.0
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 0   Downloaded: 0
A mind-bending experience.
Design and Architecture
Patterns and Practices
Posted: 11 Apr 2009   Updated: 11 Apr 2009   Views: 12,611   Rating: 4.67/5    Votes: 4   Popularity: 2.81
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 6   Downloaded: 0
An article about the Zen of Programming and how a programmer's first duty is to solve problems without having to write code
Hardware & System
Clipboard
Posted: 20 Apr 2013   Updated: 20 Apr 2013   Views: 4,381   Rating: 0.0 / 5    Votes: 0   Popularity: 0.0
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 3   Downloaded: 0
How to build your own System.Reflection API from scratch
Uncategorised Technical Blogs
General
Posted: 28 Jul 2009   Updated: 28 Jul 2009   Views: 10,250   Rating: 4.80/5    Votes: 3   Popularity: 2.29
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 8   Downloaded: 0
IntroductionIn this final installment of the Hiro series, I'll show you just how ridiculously simple it is to use Hiro in your own applications without sacrificing speed for simplicity.
Posted: 29 Dec 2009   Updated: 29 Dec 2009   Views: 5,030   Rating: 0.0 / 5    Votes: 0   Popularity: 0.0
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 0   Downloaded: 0
One of the more salient criticisms that I've often heard about Hiro is the fact that for the most part, the containers that Hiro creates are static and cannot be modified once they have already been compiled and instantiated.
Posted: 21 Oct 2011   Updated: 21 Oct 2011   Views: 15,800   Rating: 4.50/5    Votes: 2   Popularity: 1.51
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 3   Downloaded: 0
The simplest possible code example that anyone can learn from.IntroductionWhen I first started learning IL rewriting and Cecil about several years ago, one of the difficulties that I struggled with was the fact that there were very few practical examples on how to take an existing assembly and
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