Visual Studio 2010 Setup project is missing in Visual Studio 2012, So use NSIS

Sunday, December 30, 2012

So, yes it’s true. Microsoft decided that the “Setup project” no longer part of the Visual Studio patterns and all of us stuck with none working, none loading Setup project. More than that now we are missing installer for our product. So, this post is not for the big and compose product that already didn’t use this project type, but for the medium & small product that needed simple installer that had basic functionality as: File deployment Registry writing Service installation & Management   You can see that Microsoft suggest to move to “InstallShield Limited...

WCF Connections and Messages Tracer

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

This article came after detection BAD WCF client functionality. I created basic Windows Service using for communication the WCF platform. But I created 2 big mistakes: I set the parameters values  that defined the call Open and Receive timeout was unreasonable In case of the Register method, my first called method by the clients after they open channel to the server, throw exception but yet didn't closed the client session.  So, I understand that timeout parameters are more than nice to have and that I cannot relay...

WPF: Localization Guideline

Thursday, April 1, 2010

So, What is new? We all know that the WPF Application are pro – localization architecture and we can set it by BAML or Resx (I prefer to use the *.resx files). Till now I believe that I’m an old news, but this post is not about how can i do it, but I should I do it. In this post I will set the localization by *.resx files and use the MVVM design pattern...
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WPF: CustomControl or UserControl?

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

While designing anew window, WPF architecture, I needed a NumericUpDown Control. Since the current SDK is missing this control I have found myself asking the question…   CustomControl or UserControl? So, what is the main difference and what should we use?! By MSDN: UserControl: Provides a simple way to create a control. CustomControl: Represents the base class for user interface (UI) elements that use a ControlTemplate to define their appearance. So, now we can see that the main difference between them is that the CustomControl basically build by using the ControlTemplate....
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