Tag Archives: postsharp

Dew Drop – March 7, 2014 (#1738)

Top Links Deep dive into Windows Phone 8 Messaging (Adam Fraser) Migrate away from MSBuild-based NuGet package restore (Xavier Decoster) Living with unchecked exceptions, part two (Eric Lippert) TDD is Agile’s Super-hot Friend! (Addie Ben-Yehuda) Android and Java Developers: We Have a SignalR SDK for You! (Olivier Bloch)   Web Development ASP.NET Web API Tip: […]

Dew Drop – Anniversary Edition – November 1, 2013 (#1,658)

Tomorrow will be six years since I posted my first bunch of links. No, they aren’t really that interesting six years later. Have a look. Top Links Using a Surface 2 (RT/ARM) to get actual work done + Remote Desktop + Visual Studio + Azure (Scott Hanselman) – That was my plan. Already have a […]

Dew Drop – August 22, 2013 (#1,609)

Top Links Announcing TypeScript (Jonathan Turner) EF6 Release Candidate Available (Rowan Miller) .NET Rocks! – Automated Driving Geek Out and Episode 900! (Carl Franklin & Richard Campbell) Week of PostSharp, Day 4 – Beyond meta-programming, Design Pattern Automation (Gael Fraiteur)   Web Development Cleaner MVC Views with Parrot (Dustin Davis) Implementing Two Factor Authentication […]

“Hello, World” Aspect

  AOP in .NET By Matthew Groves Aspect-oriented programming is a technique that is complementary to object-oriented programming (OOP). The goal of AOP is to reduce repetitive, boilerplate code. This article, based on AOP in .NET, walks you through a very basic "Hello, World" example of using AOP in .NET. He breaks apart that example […]