Author Archives: Jasminder

About Jasminder

.Net developer and blogger by profession, keen to learn new technologies, love nature, music and cricket.

Function breakpoints in Visual Studio

Previously we discussed the concept of Hit Count breakpoints and Conditional breakpoints.  We will now discuss the concept of Function breakpoints. This functionality allows us to set the name of any function as the condition for the breakpoint to hit. Let’s … Continue reading

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Hit count breakpoints in Visual Studio

Previously in our discussion, we discussed about the concept of Conditional breakpoints. In this article, we will discuss about the Hit Condition breakpoints. Consider a case where you have a for loop with iteration of thousands of records. You know … Continue reading

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RESTful API using WCF Services

In this article, we will discuss about the concept how we can use WCF services to create a REST based service. We will not go into the details about what is REST architecture style. As per it’s type, our service will be … Continue reading

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Conditional breakpoints in Visual Studio

It’s a small but very powerful tip, especially helpful when you are debugging large code base. This is the concept of Conditional Breakpoints. As the name itself suggests, it is setting the breakpoints which are hit, only when certain condition … Continue reading

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Onion architecture with MVC using repository pattern

Finally i am up with my article related to onion architecture. The main aim of this article is try to learn the onion architecture and have a sample sample code which is loosely coupled and easily maintainable. So to learn this concept efficiently, our … Continue reading

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