More on debugging DependencyProperty

In the previous post on DependencyPropertyHelper, we explored one way of debugging the Dependency Properties. The DepedencyPropertyHelper provides you details on from which value provider the final value was calculated from. However, if you want to trace and ensure the binding has been set correctly, you could make use of PresentationTraceSources. For example, consider following binding. <Button … Continue reading More on debugging DependencyProperty

.Net 6: Linq enhancements

Linq has got some noticeably enhancements in the .Net 6. In this post, we will briefly visit some of them. Specify Default Value for FirstOrDefault, LastOrDefault, SingleOrDefault One of the features I am so relieved to see if the support for specifying default value for¬†FirstOrDefault(),¬†LastOrDefault(), and¬†SingleOrDefault(). I never quite understood why it wasn't included in … Continue reading .Net 6: Linq enhancements

DependencyPropertyHelper.GetValueSource : Debugging Helper for Dependency Properties

DependencyPropertyHelper.GetValueSource is a great debugging aid in detecting the source of value of a Dependency Property. This is quite useful for WPF developers who might need to figure out the source which provides the current value for the Dependency Property. The DependencyPropertyHelper.GetValueSource returns a structure ValueSource which has 5 Properties. BaseValueSourceIsAnimatedIsCoercedIsCurrentIsExpression DependencyPropertyHelper.GetValueSource(buttonControl,CustomValueProperty) {System.Windows.ValueSource} BaseValueSource: Local IsAnimated: false IsCoerced: false IsCurrent: … Continue reading DependencyPropertyHelper.GetValueSource : Debugging Helper for Dependency Properties

Multiple Binding in Azure Function (both In process and Out of Process)

In this post, we will look into how to support multiple output binding in an Azure Function. We will attempt to explore how to support multiple output both in in process functions as well as out of process functions. Multiple output binding are useful when you have a scenario where you want to response to an HTTP Trigger with … Continue reading Multiple Binding in Azure Function (both In process and Out of Process)

Introduction to Isolated Azure Functions (.Net 5)

One of the bigger constraints of Azure Function Apps was the tight coupling between the function code and the Azure function runtime. The In-Process Azure Functions ran as a class library in the same process as the host service and was tightly coupled. This forced the function code to use the same version of .Net as the … Continue reading Introduction to Isolated Azure Functions (.Net 5)

.Net 6 : Benchmark performance of JsonSerializer.DeserializeAsyncEnumerable

This should have been part of my earlier post on System.Text.Json Support for IAsyncEnumerable, but it slipped off my mind. So here we are. To understand the significance of this feature in .Net 6, one need to understand the circumstances under which these might be useful. The first of those would be of course, that the … Continue reading .Net 6 : Benchmark performance of JsonSerializer.DeserializeAsyncEnumerable

.Net 6 : System.Text.Json support for IAsyncEnumerable

As the Preview 4 of .Net 6 becomes available, one of the things that excites me is the System.Text.Json support for IAsyncEnumerable. The IAsyncEnumerable, introduced in .Net Core 3 and C# 8, enables us to iterate over async Enumerables. The newer version extends this support to the System.Text.Json. Consider the following data. [{"Id":0,"Value":"915777539"},{"Id":1,"Value":"1332243482"},{"Id":2,"Value":"306207588"}, {"Id":3,"Value":"1413388423"},{"Id":4,"Value":"2145941621"},{"Id":5,"Value":"1041779876"}, {"Id":6,"Value":"1121436961"},{"Id":7,"Value":"520045044"},{"Id":8,"Value":"1357859915"}, {"Id":9,"Value":"1340510964"},{"Id":10,"Value":"1183306988"},{"Id":11,"Value":"502467538"}, {"Id":12,"Value":"31513434"},{"Id":13,"Value":"999086707"},{"Id":14,"Value":"961728759"}, {"Id":15,"Value":"1756662810"},{"Id":16,"Value":"1018107007"},{"Id":17,"Value":"433502262"}, {"Id":18,"Value":"1784715926"},{"Id":19,"Value":"1418088822"},{"Id":20,"Value":"645106286"}, {"Id":21,"Value":"1720929044"},{"Id":22,"Value":"1102142546"},{"Id":23,"Value":"2138442183"}, {"Id":24,"Value":"208176799"},{"Id":25,"Value":"1700100438"},{"Id":26,"Value":"769308703"}, … Continue reading .Net 6 : System.Text.Json support for IAsyncEnumerable

Additional Release Burndown Charts

To say that Burndown Charts are significant for any Agile teams would to state the obvious. Anyone who has worked in an Agile project could tell you how useful these charts are in understanding overall progress of the project. A typical burndown chart during development of the project might look as the following. Traditional Release Burndown Chart The Blue … Continue reading Additional Release Burndown Charts

Prioritizing Features using Kano Model

The Product Backlog provides a collection of features that the Product should ideally implement. But not every feature has the same priority. Some of the features are more important than others and of course, the Product Owner doesn't go around picking random features while prioriterzing the features. There are various models and in this example, we will … Continue reading Prioritizing Features using Kano Model