Tag Archives: C# 6.0

[ASP.NET Core 1.0] Automatic Migrations in Entity Framework 7 (EF Core 1.0)

Advertisement from Google There is no more public Configuration() { AutomaticMigrationsEnabled = false; } in Entity Framework Core 1.0 (formerly  EF 7.0) Now you can use extension Migrate method during database initialization. Advertisement from Google For example, you have custom DBInitializer class: public class DBInitialization { public static void Initialize() { using (var context =… Read More »

ZohoPeopleTimeLogger v1.3 – Show me the error

At Novility, we have  found that we cannot log working time anymore. You just press “Make me happy” button and nothing 🙁 When ZohoPeopleTimeLogger tries to make you happy it needs information about current jobs from ZOHO. For example, if I try to log time for January 16 and there is no job for this date… Read More »

Build and test ASP.NET 5 application using AppVeyor

For those who do not know, AppVeyor is Continuous Integration and Deployment service for .NET projects. It is free for open-source projects. Currently, AppVeyor supports latest DNX version (1.0.0-rc1-final) and I’ve recently migrated my pet project to this version. I will show you how easy it is to build and run all unit tests on CI… Read More »

[WPF][MVVM] TreeView: Scroll To Selected Item

Here is the MVVM way to bring selected TreeViewItem into a view. First we need an attached behavior. We cannot use regular behavior because we will attach this property through Style. public class BringSelectedItemIntoViewBehavior { public static readonly DependencyProperty IsBringSelectedIntoViewProperty = DependencyProperty.RegisterAttached( "IsBringSelectedIntoView", typeof (bool), typeof (BringSelectedItemIntoViewBehavior), new PropertyMetadata(default(bool), PropertyChangedCallback)); public static void SetIsBringSelectedIntoView(DependencyObject element, bool… Read More »

[ASP.NET 5] Production Ready Web Server on Linux. Kestrel + Supervisord

In the previous article I’ve used nohup + su + init.d script to run kestrel in a background. But as Daniel Lo Nigro suggested in comments it’s much easier to do the same with Supervisor And he was absolutelly right, config is much smaller, and you can easelly see status and output of a program. First,… Read More »

C# 6.0 await in catch/finally

C# 6.0 become more asynchronous-friendly than before. Finally, you can use await keyword in catch and finally blocks! Here is example: class Program { static void Main(string[] args) { do { Console.WriteLine("Before caller " + Thread.CurrentThread.ManagedThreadId); CallerMethod(); Console.WriteLine("After caller " + Thread.CurrentThread.ManagedThreadId); } while (Console.ReadKey().Key != ConsoleKey.Q); } public static async void CallerMethod() { try {… Read More »

C# 6.0 Detailed Overview Of The New Features

C# 6.0 has a lot of great new features, which save developer’s time and make code more clean and short. At the conclusion of the C# 6.0 series let’s go through the whole list of the new C# 6.0 features again (all titles are active). Each article contains detailed explanation of the particular feature with resulted IL… Read More »

C# 6.0 Exception Filters. try catch when

Exception filters is a new C# 6.0 feature. Visual Basic.NET and F# have this functionality for a long time. That is because exception filtering was implemented in CIL but not in C#. Now, this technique available for us. That’s how you can use it: try { Method(); } catch (Win32Exception ex) when (ex.NativeErrorCode == 0x07) {… Read More »