In .NET world storing data into xml configuration files is very common scenario. While, web apps (Asp.Net) use web.config, desktops use app.config (renamed to <FullExecutableFilename>.exe.config at runtime). Every application sooner or later needs to collect, persist and restore some data (settings) from (to) end user. While web apps store these information almost always into database, […]
Modern applications are distributed, loose-coupled and service oriented. Decoupled systems perform and scale better, maintenance is far easier (by reducing complexity into smaller more maintainable parts). Communication system that glue together these decoupled parts is important part of the system. Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) has always been de-facto framework for communication between decoupled systems/processes in […]
A few days ago I read Martin Fowler’s blog post titled Is High Quality Software Worth the Cost?. The article talks about balance between software quality and cost. It’s really a must-read for any person involved in process of making software.
I tried to pull some data from one WordPress to another WordPress installation. As I normally do, first I checked if some fancy plugin or widget exist in enormous WordPress plugin repository. After a while, I did not find (did not conform all my needs) any nice and easy solution.
When unit testing Xamarin Forms, sooner or later you hit at “You MUST call Xamarin.Forms.Init()” problem. In this blog post I will investigate one way how to deal with this issue.