Tweet When writing a windows service using c# (or vb.net), you can install the service locally using installutil.exe. You can simply just install the service by using a few lines of c# code within your program’s startup. By doing this, you will not be able to use Client Profile of the framework. By changing the Program.cs (main […]
Tweet Following examples demonstrate how are the format specifiers rewritten to the output. Following examples show usage of standard format specifiers in String.Format method and the resulting output.
Tweet XSD is a tool that can be used to generate a C# class from a given XML document. This class can then be used to deserialize and process the XML within your code. For my example, I’m using the GetBusinessCardCall from the Shoeboxed.com API. I am currently writing a c# interface to read the data from Shoeboxed. […]