I started my morning with coffee and a lovely mail from Team IndiaMentor, which says that they have awarded me mentorship. A certificate of gratitude is also received. Apart from this I am very glad to see my professional profile on their portal: Gaurav Kumar Arora – Trainer, Author and Speaker.
Abstract In this post lets welcome Visual Studio Code a new member of Visual Studio family. Introduction Visual Studio Code is a new member of Visual Studio family. In this blog post we will see how to get start with this new guy. In Build2015 , there is a presentation by Scott Hanselman, where he announced
Contents Abstract Introduction Pre-requisite What services we are going to consume? Lets Start Creation of a Sample Project Optional:Add support of HTTP client and JSON.NET Add Support of RestSharp for Windows Phone Create Layout Create Application Title Calling a Web API Getting output Did you notice any thing? Conclusion Abstract In this article we will
Introduction In these days RAD (Rapid Application Development) is growing at its large. There are numerous framework available to develop Web Applications or Web Projects. We can use either ASP.Net or ASP.Net MVC from Microsoft or any other framework. Although, NancyFx is having its own support for View Engines eg. Super Simple View Engine or
Discussing: is and as operators of C# Language Today, we are going to discuss is and as operators if C# language. Whenever we think about type casting abd want to avoid type mismatch exception or other type exceptions, ‘as’ and ‘is’ keywords are come into picture. Also, we can use these operators to check object
First of all, I would like to say my thanks to Gandharv Rawat – it is because of him, I am writing this blog post. Actually, I have missed this winner notification and this is Gandharv who tracked me and conveyed this great news. The day has come and I am very excited & feeling
Whenever we think about type casting and want to avoid any exception due to mismatch type, ‘is’ and ‘as’ operators are come in picture.
In this video tutorial we will discuss all about ‘new’ keyword as- an operator a modifier a constraint