Capitalize First Letter Of Words With C#

Capitalize First Letter Of Words With C#

Presentation is an essential part of the language, let alone a software application. How we utilize script can make the difference between an enjoyable user experience or an incomprehensible mess. As developers, we likely spend more time formatting strings than...

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Play Audio Files With .NET

Play Audio Files With .NET

I’ve been on a spiritual search for a cross-platform solution that allows developers to play and capture audio using .NET 5. It’s a journey filled with many highs and lows, mostly cursing at my screen and ruing the day I...

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C# 9 Covariant Return Types

C# 9 Covariant Return Types

I’m sitting here reading through the “What’s New in C#9” blog post, and one of the listed additions to the language is Covariant return types. It sounds like an exciting feature, but what does that mean for my day-to-day development...

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Common Use Cases For .NET Reflection

Common Use Cases For .NET Reflection

.NET developers are spoiled when it comes to runtime features, type reflection being at the top of the list of “features we didn’t know we needed”. Reflection enables us to obtain information about types defined within our application and all...

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Understand The .NET 5 Runtime Environment

Understand The .NET 5 Runtime Environment

We take many environmental factors for granted when it comes to running our .NET applications. Information about the operating system may seem insignificant for folks deploying to rigorously maintained target environments. Still, for folks who publish desktop client software, the...

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Consuming SOAP APIs In .NET Core

Consuming SOAP APIs In .NET Core

Hello there, fellow enterprise developer. Before we get to the solution to our problem, let’s take a minute to close our eyes and reflect on our past decisions that led us to this moment. What could we have done differently?...

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