LA.NET [EN]

November, 2010Archive

Nov 23

In the previous two posts, I’ve presented the basics (and some gotchas) associated with the way you declare events. In this post, I’ll present an alternative way for exposing events which is useful when you’re creating a class which has lots of events. In order to understand how this strategy works, we need to make […]

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Nov 23

In one of the previous posts, we’ve looked at the basics associated with .NET events. As promised, we’ll start improving our initial code and today we’ll talk about two topics: lambdas aren’t always your friends. we live in a multithreaded world. Lets start with number 1…In the previous code, I’ve uses something like this to […]

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Nov 17

Better late, than never, right? I’m happy to announce that my Silverlight book’s code is (finally) online. If you’ve bought the book, then you can head to FCA’s site and download it from the book’s page. Sorry for the delay…

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Nov 16

Getting started with events

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I guess we all know about events, right? Even so, I’ve decided to write a couple of posts about it and today I’ll be talking about some basic stuff associated with event definition and usage. So, what is an event? An event allows a type to notify other objects about something special which happened. If […]

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Nov 03

Do you want to help me with my next book?

Posted in Books, HTML5       Comments Off on Do you want to help me with my next book?

Yep, I’ve already decided: I’ll be writing an intro book on HTML 5 (in Portuguese, of course). YEs, I just couldn’t resist it: ,,) I think HTML 5 is such a cool platform that I could resist writing a small book about it. But this time, I want to try something new: I want to […]

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