C# Corner

  • ManifestMaker: Creating your own ManifestMay 31, 2002. When switching over to .NET, I was annoyed at how difficult it was to use Windows XP themes in my applications, so I created this class to ease my life.
  • Developing XP Style ApplicationsJun 26, 2002. Since Windows 95, Microsoft has always changed the styles of its GUI, but with Windows XP, the changes are very profound.
  • How to work with Assemblies in InstallShield Developer 7.0Oct 14, 2004. InstallShield Developer 7.0 is the best solution for providing the very easy user interface to author installations having both .NET and side by side components. This article is a step by step walk through of how to create a deployment project using InstallShield.
  • What does .NET really mean? – Understanding .NETFeb 10, 2005. The .NET Platform and .NET-Aware Programming Languages, particularly C# are already making a turnaround in the way Applications are developed in the enterprise world.
  • Introduction to the Assembly ConceptJan 17, 2008. This is a brief introduction to the assembly concept, it shows importants issues for a programmer to know.
  • Opening Jars with C# Jul 07, 2008. This article shall describe an approach that may be used to extract Jar files. Jars are merely files compressed using zip compression; the primary difference between a standard trash zip file and a jar file is that the jar file includes a manifest; also a true jar files can be run as an executable on a machine equipped with the java runtime.
  • Tools and Utilities in the .NET Framework Nov 11, 2009. In this article I will explain about the tools and utilities in the .NET Framework.
  • Security in .NET.Mar 02, 2010. In this article I will explain you about Security in .NET.
  • Chapter 3: Data-Tier ApplicationsNov 30, 2010. With the release of Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2, the SQL Server Manageability team addressed these struggles by introducing support for data-tier applications to help streamline the deployment, management, and upgrade of database applications. A data tier application, also referred to as a DAC, is a single unit of deployment that contains all the elements used by an application, such as the database application schema, instance level objects, associated database objects, files and scripts, and even a manifest defining the organization’s deployment requirements.
  • What is manifest file in Metro Style ApplicationDec 20, 2011. In this article, I will show you, what a metro style application is and how you can build it using ASP.NET 4.5 in Visual Studio 2011.
  • Create Cache Manifest Using HTML 5 ToolsJan 09, 2012. This is a simple application showing how to create an application cache using he HTML 5 tools. The application cache is used to store the static resources. The application cache is just like a browser used to run the offline application and this article also helps to show how to create a manifest file in your application.
  • AppxManifest File in Windows Store AppsOct 23, 2012. In this article we see the manifest file and it's components in Windows Store Apps.
  • Configure Your Windows Store Application Using Manifest DesignerDec 05, 2012. In this article we will see how to configure your Windows Store application using the Manifest Editor.
  • Learn About Android Manifest.Xml FileJun 12, 2013. In this you will learn about Android Manifest. Xml file and how you will declare your class in Android Manifest. Xml file
  • Instance Modes in WCFAug 21, 2013. Instance mode is basically a service side implementation detail. It should not manifest itself on the client side.
  • Learn About Broadcast Reciever in AndroidOct 01, 2013. This article explains the Broadcast Reciever in Android.
  • PopUp Menu in AndroidNov 08, 2013. In this Article you will learn about Popup Menu in Android using Android Studio.
  • HideTitleBar in AndroidNov 09, 2013. This article explains how to hide the Title Bar in Android. Android Studio is used to create the sample.
  • How to Use Cimbalino Windows Phone Toolkit To Read Manifest File (Using MVVM)Aug 27, 2014. This article explains how to use the Cimbalino Windows Phone Toolkit for reading the Manifest File using MVVM.

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