Archive for December 2010

Consuming URL Shortening Services –

Another article of our endless series that talks about accessing URL shortening services programmatically.

This article is talking about shortening service, how you can use it, and how to access it via your C#/VB.NET application.

[Video] Where will you be five years from today?

Where will you be five years from today? What will you do in the next five years? What are you dreaming about? A great video inspired from the “5” book.

.NET Interoperability at a Glance 3 – Unmanaged Code Interoperation

This is the last article in this series, it talks about unmanaged code interoperation; that’s, interop between .NET code and other code from other technologies (like Windows API, native libraries, COM, ActiveX, etc.)

Be prepared!

.NET Interoperability at a Glance 2 – Managed Code Interoperation

In the previous article, you learnt what interoperability is and how it relates to the .NET Framework. In this article, we’re going to talk about the first form of interoperability, the Managed Code Interop. In the next article, we’ll talk about the other forms.

.NET Interoperability at a Glance 1 – Introduction

In this article and the few following it, we’ll try to take a tour in Interoperability in .NET Framework.

In this lesson, we’ll start by an introduction to the concept of Interoperability. In the next few lessons, we’ll have a look at Interoperability and how it fits into the .NET Framework and other technologies.

Since Interoperability is a very huge topic and cannot be covered in just a few articles, we’ll concentrate on Interoperability in .NET Framework (not any other technologies) and summarize its uses.

Here we go!