The Prototype Pattern involves cloning objects. Learn how to create both deep and shallow clones for instances in your program where creating a new object won't work.
The decorator pattern is a good way to add extensibility to an application, as it follows SOLID design principles. Learn how to use it by adding validation logic to a form.
Eric Vogel covers how to capture video in a Windows Store app by using the MediaCapture API.
Eric Vogel covers how to capture a photo in a Windows Store App by using the MediaCapture API.
Eric Vogel demonstrates how to use the Windows Runtime MediaCapture API to record audio.
Learn how to play multimedia files with the Windows Runtime media API.
Use the open source Nancy Web framework to expose a Web-based configuration UI for a Windows service.
No database for your Windows Store app? No problem -- SQLite to the rescue!
One of the most significant updates is the introduction of a convention-based extension model, in which you can configure a set of naming conventions to allow MEF parts to be easily picked up by your application.
Eric Vogel covers how to create a real-time Web data entry form with ASP.NET MVC, KnockOutJS and SignalR.
In the first installment of app-building with SignalR, learn how to build a real-time chat application.
Eric Vogel shows you how to use the CultureInfo API in .NET Framework 4.5 to simplify localization in a multi-threaded application.
Eric Vogel covers how to use the Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) to extend a Windows Store application.
The .NET 4.5 Framework includes some changes to the typical reflection use cases. Most importantly, the Type object has been split into two separate classes: Type and TypeInfo. Find out how and when to use each.
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