Event Handling

There are different methods for reacting on events in C#.

The most common ones are demonstrated via s simple use case. In the following samples a timer is created and when the tick event occurs a message box shall be displayed.

The approaches to handle events can be transferred to any other event in dotNET.

The usual way by registering a function:


Eclipse Debugging: Handle ‘Source Not found’ issue

If Eclipse stops during debugging with the message ‘Source not found’ in ‘Class File Editor’, this might help:

In Package explorer, right click on your project and select ‘Properties’.
In the uprising dialog choose ‘Java Build Path’ and there the register ‘Libraries’.
In each libĀ“s subtree there is a node called ‘Source attachment’.

Double click it to specify where the source files...

.NET Framework 4 – New Functions and Improvements

A quick overview of the new features introduced with .NET framework 4.0 can be found here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms171868%28d=lightweight%29.aspx

The following topics are covered in the article mentioned above:

  • Application Compatibility and Deployment
  • Core New Features and Improvements
  • Managed Extensibility Framework
  • Parallel Computing
  • Networking
  • Web
  • Client
  • Data
  • Windows Communication Foundation
  • Windows Workflow...

Getting started with FDT Flash Development Tool with only three essential steps

Step 1: Download FDT from http://www.fdt.powerflasher.com/developer-tools/fdt-3/download/ and install it.

Note: There is a 30 day demo which you can use for testing.

Step 2: Download and install the flash debug player. It provides advanced debugging options like trace output in the FDT console window. You can get the Adobe Flash Player here http://www.adobe.com/support/flashplayer/downloads.html

Step 3: Configure FDT to use...